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How can an International Office help you? [VIDEO]

How can an international office at a university help you when you're applying or enquiring? Find out in our video interview with the University of Sheffield's Jane Ashcroft. See what her day is like and how she helps future international students

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How can an International Office help you? Watch the video here:

 

Find out the following:

  • What is their role?
  • What's an average day like for an International Office staff member?
  • What advice can they give/questions can they answer?
  • How do they work with current international students?
  • What can they do if they don't know the answer to a student's question?
  • What's the best part of their job?

 

 

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Paul Ellett is the editor for Hotcourses Abroad. His role is to plan, produce and share editorial, videos, infographics, eBooks and any other content to inform prospective and current international students about their study abroad experience. When he's not thinking about student visas in Sweden and application deadlines, Paul is an avid fan of comedy podcasts and Nicolas Cage films.

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