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Scott Brummitt

Scott Brummitt

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British

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BA in English Language and Linguistics, University of Sheffield

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Driven by a desire to help everyone achieve their educational ambitions, Scott develops, creates and manages content for Hotcourses Abroad. Elsewhere, he has worked as an editor for an international travel website and written an audio drama for the BBC.

The ultimate student guide to the Prairie Provinces of Canada

The ultimate student guide to the Prairie Provinces of Canada

The Prairie Provinces of Canada are fantastic places for studying and living. Across Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba you will find exciting cities, friendly people, and of course, top universities. There is so much to explore that you may not even be sure where to start. If so, you are in the right place. Our guide to studying in the Prairie Provinces will tell you all you need to know.   What are the Prairie Provinces like? Location and

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The ultimate student guide to Central Canada

The ultimate student guide to Central Canada

Central Canada is a remarkable place. Made up of the huge provinces of Ontario and Quebec, the region is home to both the country’s capital, Ottawa, and its two most populated cities, Toronto and Montreal. Here you will find the heart of Canadian government, industry and culture, which makes it a fantastic place to live and learn. If you’re not sure where to start, look no further: our guide to studying in Central Canada will explain everything.  

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The ultimate student guide to Eastern Canada

The ultimate student guide to Eastern Canada

More people live in Eastern Canada than any other part of the country, so it’s no surprise that the region has a lot to offer. From the capital, Ottawa, to busy Toronto and French-speaking Montreal , there is so much to explore – and that’s before even mentioning the breathtaking landscapes in between. Of course, with so much going on, it can be hard to know where to start. Don’t worry: our guide will tell you all you need to know about studying in Eastern Canada.

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The ultimate student guide to London

The ultimate student guide to London

You’ve seen Big Ben and the big red buses, but what is it like to study in London? International students have made the UK capital their university home for generations, all seeking top opportunities, new experiences and a whole lot of fun. From the bright lights of the West End to the energy of the East, you’ll never tire of this ever-changing city – but moving there comes with a lot to consider. To make things simple, our London international student guide

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