Choosing the right university
The number of universities around the world continue to grow to meet the needs of are growing more educated population. As a student this is great news as there is now more choice than ever and the competition for students is raising teaching standards across the sector. This does, however, mean that there is now more options than ever to consider when choosing both which country to study and what type of university will ensure you have the very best study experience.
What type of university?
Universities come in all shapes and sizes, from the old and most prestigious Ivy league and Russel Group universities such as the University of Liverpool. To more modern, specialist institutes such as the Vancouver Film School. Finding the right type of university that will academically inspire and challenge you. As well as provide an environment in which you will flourish, will be key to your success.
Many of the most well known universities can be found in the worlds capital cities, or university towns such as oxford where universities such as Oxford and Oxford Brooks are integral to the wider community. For many students being close to nature and by the sea is also important. Studying at universities such as James Cook University in Australia or California State University in the USA can allow you to have the best of both worlds.
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Which country to study in?
Even in countries where English is not the local language many degrees are now taught in English. This presents a world of different study options and cultures to consider.
As well as our most popular study locations such as the UK, Canada and the USA. There are now exciting opportunities to study in countries such as China, Korea and Singapore, which are harnessing their rapidly expanding universities to drive economic growth.
The costs of studying and living, as well as other areas such as visa and language requirements will vary from country to country. It is also important to consider the opportunities after you complete your studies. At the end of your studies you may decide you want to stay to pursue a career. Most countries are keen to retain talented people but there are big differences.
We can help you consider each of these factors to identify the very best country for you. You can find out more below.
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Where to study will depend on your, personal, academic and financial requirements. Click on the boxes below to find out more: