OVER the last month, Asian Correspondent has produced a series of features looking at pathway programs across North America and the UK that provide a route to higher education for international students who might not meet the admission requirements for direct entry. Pathway programs offer training in several fields to prepare international students for a...
FOR many international students, a spot in a British university is often an academic goal and much time, effort and money is invested into realising this dream. UK universities have long commanded a strong international student presence and represent countries across the world for a truly multicultural experience. However, achieving the required score (average 6.0...
An increasing demand for international qualifications has resulted in Asian students leaving their home countries and travelling to different corners of the world to secure the best education. And while traditional education destinations like the US and the UK remain popular, there is a growing desire to explore other exciting and vibrant locations for higher...
Studying abroad can be an exciting experience and international higher education is a thriving industry today. Universities in North America, a popular destination among foreign students, promise a high-quality education, extensive resources and are globally recognised for providing good value for money. While the merits of a US university education are well documented, Canada is...
Florida State University (FSU) is a popular US university with an excellent reputation among foreign students for its high-quality education, excellent location and sought-after campus experience. Living up to these high standards, the university offers its prestigious Gateway Program. The FSU Gateway Program is the perfect choice for those students who are torn between studying...
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