Studying Abroad: should you consider it? With tuition fees rising to a maximum of GBP9,000 per year at over 65% of UK universities, you're right to be looking for realistic and cheaper alternatives to studying in the UK. Universities abroad are working harder than ever to make their courses more attractive and beneficial to UK students - but how do you know where to start looking? Going abroad to study and finding the right course in the right country requires serious research. Fortunately, Studying Abroad allows you to quickly and easily see the benefits of studying for a degree in a different country both at undergraduate and postgraduate level, alongside advice on accommodation, insurance, visas and cultural issues. Discover the range of degree programmes available to students overseas, taught in English and at a range of prices, and learn how to apply for international courses. You'll be able to quickly and easily see the benefits and drawbacks - including cost comparisons and opinions from potential employers - of studying for a degree in the different countries covered.
Studying Abroad discusses all of your options for international study - from studying in Europe to studying in the USA, Canada, Australia or New Zealand - and also includes: Advice on how to get help with finances Assessments of your options after completing your studies Case studies of students who have been through the process Opinions of UK and international employers about how they view overseas study Higher Education is a global market and, although there is much information available online, the challenge is making sense of it, ensuring it is genuine and being able to weigh up the benefits and make meaningful comparisons between the different options. Studying Abroad enables you to do just that.
Publisher: Crimson Publishing