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THE UK: Applying to University

British universities to suit your study preferences

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Thinking of studying in the UK? Consider some of the universities below! Feel free to contact these universities directly with any queries that you might have. You can also download a free prospectus to help you learn more about the university. 


New College of the Humanities












Conveniently located in the Bloomsbury district of London, NCH prides itself on its unique weekly one-to-one tutorial system, that beats even Oxbridge that has a one-to-two tutorial system. With an impressive list of professors helming the institution, you will have access to some of the greatest minds in the liberal arts field. Classes are done in small groups and no question will go unanswered. You will not only possess a degree upon completion of your studies, you will also have a diploma from the institution, increasing your depth of study. You can study Creative Arts and Design, Law and Social Studies and Media. International students currently make up 30 percent of the student population in NCH, making you a part of a truly diverse community! Read what Maria Temporal has to say about life at NCH here! The school also provides scholarship options.




Plymouth University











Ranked the top 2 percent in the world, this prestigious university has been around since 1992 and is one of the largest universities in the country. You can choose from a plethora of subjects- such as business, biology, physiotherapy, fine art, design, dentistry and many more. The institution also provides financial support options for their students. Home to 3,000 from more than 100 countries, Plymouth University is truly international. As Rosie (BSc Tourism Management) graduate said: “Great course, great location and great friends - made for life!” Read what Plymouth graduates have to say about student life in the university and their courses here.



BPP University














The only institution dedicated to business and professions, BPP university has strong ties to business and organisations and its programmes are tailored together with employers in the fields of business, finance, law and health. Located in the City of London, BPP is the best place for you if you’re looking to get a headstart in any of these fields- law, business and management, MBA, and health and medicine. Professors here have real-world practitioner experience, so you can easily tap on their expertise. You will be equipped with both practical and academic knowledge. BPP also has campuses in other cities such as Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds and Manchester. Faizan, a graduate from BPP shared his review on our page that it is the best place for you to gain both professional and practical knowledge. The school also has scholarship options available for their students.



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