Studying Abroad in the UK

What is Studying Abroad?

A study abroad programme is designed for international students attending university outside of the UK the chance to receive academic credits by spending a year or longer at a UK institution.

Study Abroad programme types

- Direct enrolment

You can apply directly to a UK university that accepts international and EU students. Universities normally have special orientation and support services, and direct enrolment will afford you many opportunities to meet a huge amount of different people from all over the world, while immersing yourself in another culture.

- Exchange

Your current school may have direct links with UK universities whereby a certain number of students go to the UK for a term and, in exchange, UK students will spend time studying in your home country.

Why study in the UK?

  • Experience UK education and immerse yourself in UK culture
  • Wide variety of courses, course types and flexibility
  • Shorter courses means graduating and beginning your career much sooner
  • UK universities and schools are famous for their high standards of teaching and facilities
  • Comprehensive student support services, including international offices, orientation and unique resources
  • Develop your English language skills
  • The chance to explore the UK and Europe, broadening your horizons

Study in the UK

SI-UK's international university consultants can help you study in the UK. Arrange your free consultation today in London or Manchester to learn more about what study options are available to you.

SI-UK's service is fast, reliable and efficient. Their consultants are specialists, working closely with all UK universities and, through my consultants' advice and application assistance, I was able to receive offers from my favoured universities.

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