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One of the top universities in England

It was by chance that I stumbled upon Across The Pond while I was figuring out how to apply to the UK. With such an opportunity available to me, I applied to their organization as soon as I saw it and I must say, they were great. Through every step of the way, they have provided crucial information...

Stephane Chui

Exeter, University of

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Southampton is calm and peaceful

Southampton is calm and peaceful, and I was able to focus on my studies without distractions.During my study, I spent much of my free time at the Southampton courts. I attended many court sections which I found benefited me when I returned to Canada.Since leaving Southampton, I embarked on the ITLP...

Yan  Liu

Southampton, University of

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Special and memorable

My name is Betty Wu. I am from Vancouver, Canada. I read law at the University of Nottingham through the comprehensive two year Senior Status Program. The intellectual challenges I faced were exciting and stimulating and made far more enjoyable by the school being filled with intelligent and...

Betty Wu

Nottingham, University of

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State-of-the-art facilities

Why did you decide to study at Brunel?I decided to study at Brunel because of the international reputation of the Occupational Therapy programme. I hope to someday be an occupational therapist that specialises in paediatrics, and the Masters in Occupational Therapy course at Brunel provides the...


Brunel University

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The most fun and exciting times of my life

Describing my university experience in the United Kingdom is a difficult task, as it has honestly been one of the most fun and exciting times of my life. I heartily recommend this experience to anyone who is thinking about a Master's, as living and studying in a new country allows you to not only...

Hilary Fagan

Sheffield, University of

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The right choice

I was first introduced to Across The Pond from an online advertisement and later saw a brochure at my University's Career Center. After applying, my life was only made easier. They helped me in finding suitable Universities, completing applications, and perfecting my personal statement. Their...

Martiniqua Moxey

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The students are wonderful and the staff were welcoming

Moving away from home and into student halls is a big change. Will you miss your family? Yes. Will you miss your dog? Don't even get me started. But the transition can be even more daunting if home and student halls are 4,000 miles apart. From looking the wrong way before I crossed the street to...

Ben Berry

New College of the Humanities (NCH)

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Very friendly

Oxford is such a beautiful city. There’s always something to do, if you ever want to just go exploring down a street there are so many little things here to do. The people here are very friendly; it’s such a student friendly city.

Pamela Rekhi

Oxford Brookes University

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Working in the athletes’ village was amazing

Donna graduated from the AECC in 2001. She has since gone on to work in the sports industry. “In terms of my Instrument Assisted work and chiropractic on a consultancy level, I have worked with organisations like UK Athletics and the English Institute of Sport quite a lot, which is how I became...

Donna Strachan

AECC (Anglo-European College of Chiropractic)

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