21 May 2020
SI-UK – the global education company who assist international students applying to UK universities, today announced a partnership with Times Higher Education – the leading provider of news, opinion, rankings and jobs in global and UK higher education.
The partnership will reach tens of millions of prospective and existing international students who visit THE and SI-UK’s websites annually to provide free placement and consultation services to help students and their families make the right choice when it comes to making one of the biggest decisions of their lives – who to trust with their education.
Dwayne Gallagher, Co-founder and Managing Director of SI-UK said: "SI-UK is thrilled to be partnering with THE to provide full student placement services globally. With 47 offices in 23 countries, we are able to offer a truly global understanding of international student needs and ensure the best possible outcome for their studies."
Paul Howarth, CEO at THE added: “This announcement marks a first strategic move into the consumer market for THE. Our gold standard university rankings and unrivalled higher education content attracts millions of students to THE’s website every year. Alongside SI-UK’s industry leading expertise in student consultancy and placement services, this marks a really exciting juncture for the business as we look to significantly grow our consumer offer at a time where the whole industry needs to come together to support the continued mobility of students across the world.”
THE is the company behind the world’s most influential university ranking, and with almost five decades of experience as a source of analysis and insight on higher education, they have unparalleled expertise on the trends underpinning university performance globally. Data and benchmarking tools are used by many of the world’s most prestigious universities to help them achieve their strategic goals.
SI-UK is a provider of free and independent advice to international students applying to study in the UK. We believe international students should have access to trusted, expert advice about UK universities and courses, and to be supported by professional and experienced advisers throughout their journey: from the first enquiry, throughout the application process, and right up to their arrival in the UK.
My consultant was very helpful and motivating. She helped me every step of the way, even when the deadline was so close. I feel I could not have done it without her. I'd highly recommend this service to any and all of my many friends interested.
Brishti Basu Biosciences at Coventry University