Study Abroad in the UK

Study Abroad in the UK

Information and types of study abroad programme for international students.

Studying Abroad in the UK

What is Studying Abroad?

A study abroad programme is designed for international students attending university outside of the UK the chance to receive academic credits by spending a year or longer at a UK institution.

Study Abroad programme types

- Direct enrolment

You can apply directly to a UK university that accepts international and EU students. Universities normally have special orientation and support services, and direct enrolment will afford you many opportunities to meet a huge amount of different people from all over the world, while immersing yourself in another culture.

- Exchange

Your current school may have direct links with UK universities whereby a certain number of students go to the UK for a term and, in exchange, UK students will spend time studying in your home country.

Why study in the UK?

  • Experience UK education and immerse yourself in UK culture
  • Wide variety of courses, course types and flexibility
  • Shorter courses means graduating and beginning your career much sooner
  • UK universities and schools are famous for their high standards of teaching and facilities
  • Comprehensive student support services, including international offices, orientation and unique resources
  • Develop your English language skills
  • The chance to explore the UK and Europe, broadening your horizons

Study in the UK

SI-UK's international university consultants can help you study in the UK. Arrange your free consultation today to learn more about what options are available to you.

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