Budgeting at University

By Tommy Adey | 8th July 2023

The switch from living at home with your parents to living in university accommodation is probably the biggest change in your entire life. This is for many reasons, but the biggest being money. At home there is not much to worry about as bills and food and basic necessities are paid for. However, at university you wont have this privilege so it is important that you learn how to manage your money properly. It is proven that 74% of students wish they had had a better financial education before coming to uni. This alone displays the importance of budgeting in […]

Study in the South-West of England

By Tommy Adey | 25th June 2023

The South-West of England is in general not very known (bar Bristol) for having many great universities. However you would […]


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Study in the UK? Its not too late for late UK applications

By Dr Elizabeth Adey | 18th May 2022

Introduction to this blog about late UK applications Have you received your Upper Secondary School results? We can help you to get an on the spot offer from the University of Greenwich in London. You can still start your studies in September 2022. Have you just got your results? If you want to get a […]

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How Does Technology Bridge the Gaps in University Applications?

By Dr Elizabeth Adey | 26th April 2022

It takes a lot of work for anyone to apply for higher education, but the challenge is even greater for pupils facing educational barriers. Though students from marginalised communities deserve better chances. In the UK UCAS has found that it could take 332 years to close the admissions gap between disadvantaged and advantaged students. These gaps […]

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Do you need a student loan?

By Dr Elizabeth Adey | 8th March 2022

Are you from the EU and are looking for a student loan to help finance your Bachelor’s or Master’s degree programme in Europe? FINS student loans can offer up to Euros 25,000 to help you finance your studies in Europe, including in Switzerland and the UK.  The assessment process to secure a student loan from […]

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Likely implications Coronavirus student teaching methods

By Dr Elizabeth Adey | 25th January 2021

Students starting in September 2021 in UK universities At present we know universities in the UK are currently teaching online as a result of high levels of Coronavirus in student populations. This move was made to help control the spread of Covid 19 in the UK. The same has happened across the world. The other […]

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UK tuition fees for EU students and other changes in 2021

By Dr Elizabeth Adey | 21st October 2020

Brexit has implications for EU students who want to study in the UK in 2021. There are quite a few things to consider in addition to UK tuition fees for EU students. Below, we outline the key changes and dates where changes take place. Student visas – EU resettlement scheme and the new UK points […]

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How will Brexit alter studying in the UK for European students?

By Dr Elizabeth Adey | 16th July 2020

Post Brexit university life The UK is leaving the European Union on 31st December 2020. What does post Brexit university mean for EU students studying in the UK? For international students coming from outside the EU, Brexit has no impact whatsoever. For European students coming from EU countries, Brexit will affect their studies in the […]


UCAS Clearing 2018

By Dr Elizabeth Adey | 28th June 2018

When is UCAS Clearing? UCAS Clearing advertises the remaining university places across many different degree courses in the UK. It opens on July 5th this year, which coincides with many students receiving their International Baccalaureate results and means it is also open on A-level results day. UCAS Clearing is open for students who do not […]

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What to look out for before you apply to university?

By Dr Elizabeth Adey | 29th January 2018

What statistics and information should you look at before you decide what university and degree course to apply to? Our top tips are outlined below: 1. Look at student satisfaction and employability statistics What did previous students think of the course? How many graduates are employed after 6 months? The UNISTATS website allows you to […]


Cost of Living impact on UK students’ mental health

By Tommy Adey | 20th May 2023

The stress of the cost-of-living crisis is unravelling throughout society. Everyone’s impacted. The cost of living has especially impacted on students studying in the UK. At one end, there are those cancelling holidays, at the other people are counting pennies for their electric top-up cards. Students are also feeling the serious and worrying impact of […]

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Revision Skills

By Dr Elizabeth Adey | 20th May 2021

As we move into exam season, the key to success during this stressful period in your studies, is to ensure you have the revision skills needed to make sure you avoid the dreaded ‘cramming’ and last minute panic. Here are some top tips to navigating your way through this period with success: Revision skills – […]

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5 reasons to learn Spanish

By Dr Elizabeth Adey | 19th October 2020

How do you spend your free time? Would you like to get benefit from it? If I tell you that doing one thing will let you enjoy your time and make you be able to communicate with more than 500 million people in the world. I heard you are asking “How?”. The answer is simple, […]

Combat homesickness with these tips

By Dr Elizabeth Adey | 27th August 2020

So many people are suddenly sharing the same fears: of their own health, of their loved ones, their career, economic prospects, and mental wellbeing and above all the world’s recovery from what we are facing together. Know that; you are not alone. We are all in this together. Living away from your family in a […]

Should I go to university this year?

Should I go to university this year?

By Dr Elizabeth Adey | 6th July 2020

Whilst in many countries the spread of the Coronavirus is now under control. The uncertainty about travel restrictions, countries lockdown measures and ultimately university course provision is leading to a lot of students who are looking to start this September asking. Should I go to university this year? We work with universities around the world […]

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Study Engineering at University

By Dr Elizabeth Adey | 23rd June 2020

To mark International Women in Engineering Day we interviewed Gordana Collier who is the programme lead for Engineering degrees at Oxford Brookes University Can you give me a brief outline of why you decided to study engineering and your career trajectory to date? I did my first engineering degree in Yugoslavia and worked for the […]