The film also plans to make India a prime destination for foreign students
The Norwegian Ed-tech Firm Dfavo is working towards enabling Indian students to navigate the post-COVID world of studying in foreign universities.
An online platform that enables access to education internationally, Dfavo has already facilitated more than 10,000 Indian students to study abroad in its first 12 months of operation in India. The platform is already used by more than 3,400 channel partners and it offers access to more than 1,100 educational institutions around the world. It has assisted more than 18,000 students globally.
Elaborating on how the company helps Indian students navigate the COVID-related requirements of foreign students, Harinder Singh Aulakh, founder and CEO, Dfavo, said, “At Dfavo, we support the students at every stage of the application process, from advising about the different schools and educations, to support applying for visas to the destination countries. By supporting the whole process, we make sure students are successful in getting accepted to their dream education.”
Dfavo is a fast, simple-to-use online platform that enables access to education internationally. It facilitates the application by digitalising the procedure combined with human support and accessibility throughout the process. The service is both secure and transparent and places the student’s interests at the focal point of its service. Earlier known as ‘studyportal.io,’ the firm has since re-branded itself as ‘Dfavo.’
This is how Dfavo would help foreign education aspirants in India and abroad:
Co-Founded by Indian-born Aulakh with Pål Kvalheim, the company is based out of Chandigarh with headquarters in Oslo, Norway. As the world begins to open up for travel for international students, Dfavo is working towards meeting the increased demand from students aspiring to pursue education opportunities abroad.
Dfavo is also targeting making India a prime destination for foreign students to choose India as a destination for their higher education. Dfavo is already supporting students from Africa to study in Indian universities and Nepal students study in Japanese Institutions. The goal is to create a truly global platform that enables students from all over the world to access higher education.