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The UK: Before you leave

Have you remembered everything you need to before you leave for the UK? Are you absolutely sure? Let’s make sure you’ve not forgotten something essential before you get on the plane to your future abroad...

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Student Insights: Academic cultures in the UK and U.S.

Moving to another country to pursue your studies comes with its own set of unique challenges. Sometimes it can appear that there is simply too much to learn and adjust to, but you’ll be surprised by how resilient and resourceful you can be in a new environment. Naturally one of the most critical areas to get a handle on is the adjustment to a new academic system and setting. We had a chat to Emilia who came over from the U.S. to study in the UK.     Did

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Student Insights: Adjusting to studying in the UK

Inevitably when you move abroad to study it may take some time to get used to a new culture and find your feet. There may be different traditions or cultural conventions to learn, not to mention the quirks of language. In addition to this you’ll be adjusting to a new academic environment, meaning there’s a lot to learn and acclimate to. Don’t let this put you off though, as the experience is well worth the learning curve. We sat down with Emilia, an American student who studied in the

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What you need to know about studying in the UK in 2021

If you’re aiming to study in the UK in 2021 or are a currently registered international student, you must be up to date on the latest information that could have an impact on your studies. This way you can plan effectively. Most importantly it’s crucial to familiarise yourself with the latest UK government coronavirus guidance and what this could mean for you. We’ve got you covered on all fronts, including where to get the latest information. Let’s jump right in with the current travel

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COVID-19 guidance when studying in the UK

Studying abroad has always required research and preparation. However, since the advent of Covid-19, this has become critical. Governments are constantly updating policies, procedures and guidelines. The UK government has recently announced important changes to Covid-19 rules and regulations that will affect you as an international student. Don’t worry, we have you covered with the latest information and updates on studying in the UK.    What restrictions apply to

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