Today, there are many opportunities to travel and discover the world. Visiting a destination whilst on holiday allows you to see the surface of a country, it’s people, and it’s cultures. Studying and living abroad can help you really understand a country, and possibly even learn a new language. Through such an experience, you can study in world-class educational establishments or intern at globally recognised companies.
Why live abroad?
Changing countries might seem quite scary but it could really benefit you in the long run. Here are just a few reasons why you should consider it:
International experience looks great on the CV. Through working abroad, you will have the opportunity to learn and understand different processes. Additionally, you will be forced to learn how to work and interact with different work cultures.
Taking on the challenge of moving abroad will test you and give you a greater sense of independence. Being far away from friends and family will encourage you to do things alone and to go out and explore your new home.
Immersing yourself in a new country and culture can change your perception on the world and appreciate new, different things. The groceries that you once had in your fridge might change as you discover new food and drink in your new home country.
You could meet new people and make new friendships that could last you a lifetime. Whatever your hobbies are, you will be able to find people with similar interests which may develop into lifelong friendships.
Your language and communication skills will develop and adapt. If you learnt a language in high school and you think you’ve forgotten everything – it’ll come back to you and improve dramatically. There is nothing like full immersion to better your language skills.
How can we help?
With the whole world open to us, we could travel abroad and meet people from all walks of life. If you are interested in learning a new language simply because you can, then our wide range of options may inspire you.
If you are looking for something specific, look no further. There is no better way to learn a language than full immersion. Whether you are interested in studying English in England, French in France or Norwegian in Norway, we can find the perfect course for you.
University Courses and University Pathways
The UK has a long history of welcoming international students for study. The universities are generally multicultural and diverse places. You will have the opportunity to enhance your English language skills and a UK degree is respected and recognised throughout the world. There are over 35,000 courses available, so plenty to choose from.
Foundation Courses are designed for those who do not have sufficient qualifications or correct A-Level (or equivalent) mix to obtain a place on an Undergraduate Degree Course. Foundation courses can also be useful if you are not quite sure if you want to commit to a full undergraduate degree yet. They will give you grounding in a subject, and then you can decide if you would like to commit to further study. Let us help you create your future.
Open up a world of opportunity as you get the experience in the professional sector you choose. Whether you are a recent high-school graduate and you want to test the waters before committing to university or you are a university graduate looking start putting your newly found knowledge to work, we have a range of opportunities and options available to you.
Guardianships in the United Kingdom
British education, whether it is at an elementary, secondary or higher level, is famous all over the world. The system has been perfected through centuries and has presented to humanity many great scientists and researchers, writers and poets, politicians and other public figures. To get a British education is not only prestigious: it would be your business card, the highlight of your CV, a most trustworthy foundation and the source of inner peace and inspiration.
If you want to send your child to the United Kingdom to study, you want to ensure that they are looked after and cared for. Guardians are those people that will be available to your child throughout their education in the United Kingdom, so you can relax in knowing you child is safe, happy and healthy.
Why study abroad?
There could be amazing universities on your doorstep with great programmes and career opportunities. But, studying abroad can open a whole different range of opportunities:
You might have a wider choice or more specialized choices at an educational establishment abroad. Take your dedication to an educational institution that understands what you need.
Studying abroad challenges you to act more independently and forces you to learn quickly and in the real world. Even apparently simple tasks such as getting a SIM card can seem like an uphill battle, but these things make you stronger in the long run.
Meeting new people from across the world will broaden your network and could challenge your perceptions of the world. These connections could benefit you in your future professional career.
Through changing of perspectives, you will learn to prioritise differently. Being far away from friends and family may lead to focussing on studies and exploring your new home.
Studying abroad is great for your CV. Through studying abroad, you show prospective employers that you are flexible, willing to take on a challenge and open to different opportunities.