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Diverse student body

I actually had the opportunity to study at The University of Nottingham in my undergraduate studies as part of an exchange program with my home university (Concordia University). The University of Nottingham is one of the only schools to offer a course that includes two interdependent topics such...

Philip Kligman

Nottingham, University of

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Easy commute to London

As far as cities in Canada are concerned, everything is huge and vastly spread out. There are tall buildings and massive six lane highways everywhere. So when I made the move from Canada to UK, it was a big change for me. Not only is the weather considerably more bearable here, everything is much...

Sai Save

Surrey, University of

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Encouraging and helpful

Why Falmouth?Not many places offer something as specific as Performance Sportswear Design. I spoke to two alumni who share the same passion as me in football kits. They have great things to say about the course. I also exchanged emails with Patrick Gottelier and it was great to see that he was...

Christer Leung

Falmouth University

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The smaller classes mean that conversations across theories and texts thrive and differing opinions are encouraged with one another. It also means that we can develop relationships with our lecturers, in turn tailoring the lessons to our needs, rather than a syllabus. To describe the lectures...

Lizzie Hughes

New College of the Humanities (NCH)

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From all around the world

The best thing about the course is where all the students come from. We literally come from all around the world and everybody has so many different experiences to share.

Diana Marsilio

Oxford Brookes University

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Glasgow is a fabulous city

What was it like to settle in at Strathclyde University?The process of setting into Scottish university life was fairly easy for me. I had just finished my undergraduate degree in June of 2014, so I was still in the mindset of a student. Strathclyde had a number of events planned for new students,...

Emily Rolko

Strathclyde, University of

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Great service, free of charge

I used the 'Study Across The Pond' service to help me apply for my Journalism MA in the UK. I remember asking over and over again if it there was a fee to pay because I couldn't believe such a great service was free of charge. From the very start, my adviser was there to guide me. He helped my...

Ahmad Al Hendi

Cardiff University

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Hard to go back home

Coming to the UK has been one of the best decisions I have made. I love it here and will find it hard to go back home. When I first arrived it was daunting, and a little scary, but it quickly became a second home. My first day in York I ended up going out with my housemates to a freshers event and...

Meaghan Mackie

York, University of

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High quality education

Choosing to pursue further education is a big decision in and of itself, regardless of whether or not one also plans to pursue this education abroad. Without guidance it can be especially nerve-wracking to rely solely on your own understanding of the UK education system, the application processes,...

Julia Koinoff

Queen Mary, University of London

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I cannot be happier with my choice to come to Durham

Even though I have been to the UK many times and stayed for a few months at a time living in the UK was a completely different experience. Making friends and getting settled was easy at Durham, everyone was friendly and helpful and the city center I live near has all the amenities I need, however...

Krystal Osborn

Durham University

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