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study in uk

Postby wenyi » Mon, 04 Feb 2013 11:40:57 -0500

I am a TESL student who wish to further my study in UK.
just wonder do I need to take any English test like IELTS only I can do my application?
btw..Im still wondering what Masters course I should take.. any suggestions? =)
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Re: study in uk

Postby sabina1996 » Wed, 06 Feb 2013 07:27:07 -0500

hi i am student who study in uk but i am originally from romania...
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Re: study in uk

Postby Bremanand » Mon, 04 Mar 2013 06:15:57 -0500

Hi,
You need to have an IELTS. I am recruiting international students to UK universities and colleges. You can send me your details to info@oecuk.com. I will give you free advise.

Kind Regards

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Re: study in uk

Postby worldchoiceeducation » Wed, 01 May 2013 06:50:49 -0500

if you have any doubt regarding to apply in uk universities, we can help you with the process.
we are World Choice Educational, a free educational agency based in Bournemouth (UK), contact us for further info
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Re: study in uk

Postby World2Metis » Tue, 20 Aug 2013 05:37:45 -0500

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Re: study in uk

Postby lottieabbottie » Mon, 16 Sep 2013 06:13:14 -0500

Hey,
I live in the UK at the moment and have really struggled to find a good University. I have chosen to do a Business Degree but there are so many MBA courses out there so it's been so hard to choose. Twitter and Facebook have been great to find out some of the best schools, and I recently heard of Brunel Business School who have been shortlisted as one of the best in the UK.

They're in London and actually look really good and I've registered my interest so thought I'd share their link with you guys incase you were in the same situation as me.

Hope this helps :)

https://www.facebook.com/BrunelBusiness ... 2195885789
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Re: study in uk

Postby Shakespeare EC » Tue, 17 Sep 2013 04:06:41 -0500

You will find every University has it's own requirements. Some standing in line with UKBA requirements some exceed and some even offer alternatives. If you are not sure what MA/MSc to take or which institution to apply for you will require unbiased advice from experts who won't pigeon hole you to anywhere that others are contracted to. Not only that but expects who actually work in education so are the best source of current and correct information. For further details contact J.hsu.ShakespeareEC@gmail.com
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Re: study in uk

Postby akashchouhan » Sat, 02 Aug 2014 05:17:19 -0500

To continue your study in UK you can also apply for scholarships provided by UK universities, apply for Rhodes Scholarships at Oxford University for International Students 2014-15. Know the complete information about this scholarship by visiting its official site.
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Re: study in uk

Postby studentworks » Tue, 21 Oct 2014 07:38:05 -0500

Hi All! for students who wish to study in the UK, we are recruiting for Language schools across the UK. For more information contact info@studentworks.eu :)
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Re: study in uk

Postby Gursimran Kaur » Tue, 04 Nov 2014 08:45:59 -0500

Hi,

Entry requirements differ at each university. Typically, those universities with higher rankings will have higher entry requirements. For entry onto taught Masters programmes, most universities would require a good first degree and evidence of English language ability (see below).
English requirements
Students who have not been educated in English would usually be required have an internationally recognised English language qualification such as IELTS or TOEFL before joining the university. The exact English requirements will depend on the university and course, but typically range from IELTS 5.5 to IELTS 7.5 (TOEFL 525-625).

You can also take help of consultancy firms like Chopras who will be able to guide you through the process.
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Re: study in uk

Postby Charudeshmukh » Wed, 19 Nov 2014 07:32:23 -0500

Hello,
We can definitely help you with the admission procedure for which top universities in UK you are actually interested in. As the selection procedure depends on many criteria and requirements of the universities.
We will guide you with proper information, by availing our counseling services. If you are interested and wish to know more on our services, you can share your contact details on our email id- connect@meetuniv.com or Give us a call on +91-01141078540


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Re: study in uk

Postby UK_London » Mon, 09 Mar 2015 06:51:46 -0500

wenyi wrote:I am a TESL student who wish to further my study in UK.
just wonder do I need to take any English test like IELTS only I can do my application?
btw..Im still wondering what Masters course I should take.. any suggestions? =)

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Re: study in uk

Postby noopie » Tue, 15 Mar 2016 09:43:50 -0500

I hope everyone here can make the difference between advertisement and honest advice. Don't go with any course / counselling / whatever is offered just because somebody advertised it. You can get all the information you require for free through various forums, organisations and councils. You should not have to pay for any of this information.
I studied in the UK myself and I am happy to answer any questions. I do this to help people out and because I needed help before I moved too - not as a marketing job ;)
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Re: study in uk

Postby voidancer » Wed, 16 Mar 2016 12:42:49 -0500

I would dearly also say that - try to searchsomebody that offers you free hep and good advice, there is always a good chance to get that on the student counselling points of your own college or university.
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Re: study in uk

Postby noopie » Tue, 22 Mar 2016 10:34:50 -0500

I just love wordings like "competitive course fees" - no fees in the UK are cheap, especially for international students (yup, sorry to break the news to you), and for bachelors in any case they all have the same set fees. The only exception is Scotland, where undergraduate studies have been free so far, but even that might change soon. And if youre thinking of studying in London...well think again, doesn't matter how competitive the fees might be, whatever that means, the living costs will knock the air out of you.
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