Studying abroad is becoming increasingly competitive. Students from Asia, one of the largest consumers of Western education, are eagerly seeking qualifications from leading education providers in countries like the UK. However, an increase in demand for internationally recognised degrees has also resulted in certain challenges for international students. Higher standards for admission require students to...
International interest in a UK education is still thriving. This month’s Education UK Exhibition 2012, hosted by the British Council’s India division has proved a major success with thousands of students and professionals attending the fair. Held in several Indian cities, representatives from over 50 institutes attended the event. The response was overwhelming, dispelling any...
One of the UK’s largest colleges, City of Bristol College is recognised as a leading educator providing high quality teaching and promoting overall personal development. The institute, renowned for its work with adults, young people and employers, has a mission of “achieving potential and creating prosperity” among students and the community. It offers a range...
Affordable quality education and world class student support are the hallmarks of Chichester College. This English university in West Sussex boasts an excellent reputation for its innovative teaching methods and commitment towards diversity. The College is home to 2500 international students representing 80 countries; Chichester College is the recipient of The Queen’s Anniversary Prize for...
One of North America’s leading schools of performing and visual arts, York University’s Faculty of Fine Arts is internationally recognised for its outstanding professional training and extensive research in the field. The Canadian institute boasts the largest and most comprehensive programs of its kind in the country and is home to almost 3500 students and...
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