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Things every new student should try in Manchester

You probably know that in Manchester we’re generally famous for football (Manchester United), music (Oasis) and Coronation Street. You may not know that we’re also...

A Level Congratulations!

Today marks a very exciting (and scary!) day for college-leavers as they open the results that will determine whether or not they have gotten into university. In the UK the vast majority of students will follow the typical schooling structure of GCSE exams (sat when students are 15-16 years old) followed by a sixth form college course. (more…)

What can you expect from our International University Fairs?

\r\n\r\nOur International University Fairs are a great opportunity to meet with university representatives face to face and ask any questions you may have.\r\n\r\nSome of our students find the fairs particularly useful as they may never have visited some of their chosen universities. When you’re based in Manchester it can be difficult to visit universities located at the other end of the country! (more…)

What is UCAS and how does it affect me?

Almost everyone finds applying to university challenging in some way. From writing the perfect statement of purpose (or personal statement) to understanding how the application process actually works, it’d be a miracle if we didn’t get a little bit confused at some point! (more…)

What is a Russell Group university and what does it mean for your education?

Deciding which British university is the right one for you can be a difficult choice when there’s a vast number of courses and locations to choose from.\r\n\r\nAdd in those additional considerations – such as whether your chosen university is a Russell Group or not – and things really start getting confusing!\r\n\r\n (more…)

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You’re probably full of a combination of excitement and nerves right now, as you get ready to study the big trip ahead. Of course you’ll need to get the obvious important stuff out of the way first, such as your visa, passport, flights and accommodation etc. But we wanted to go through all the others aspects of getting yourself fully prepared for your studies in a new country. So, here we go…
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