Study Guide for International Students in the UK

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Find out everything you need to know about UK studies, if you are qualified to study in the UK, read our FAQs, UK versus US degrees, costs attached to studying in the UK. Read more on http://www.studyacrossthepond.com/essential-guide.asp

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Essential Guide for international students in the UK:

Essential Guide for international students in the UK

About Across the Pond the UK study experts:

About Across the Pond the UK study experts Across the Pond, the UK study expert advisors have put together a study guide for international students who want to pursue an undegraduate or graduate degree program in England, Scotland or Wales.

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UK Degree Programs are shorter the corresponding US Degrees Undergraduate degrees in England and Wales are 3 years in length, and 4 years in Scotland. Studying with one of the best universities in Britain not only saves one year, but also gives you a head start on your career. Studying in the UK will enhance your International Perspective Across the Pond is partner with Best Universities in the UK WHY STUDY IN THE UK British degrees are renowned for offering degree of knowledge and for ensuring international recognition. Across the Pond’s UK partner universities are leading research universities in Britain, with a strong reputation for attracting high level international teachers and students.

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Varied Range of Degree Programs Available with top British Universities As an international student in the UK, you have the possibility to study almost any program that is also available in your country, be it US, Norway, Canada, Mexico, Columbia, Chile or Brazil. Indifferent of which program and subject you wish to study, there should always be several great options to choose from. Inexpensive travel possibilities anywhere in Europe WHY STUDY IN THE UK (continued) UK Studies are Affordable

The UK Universities are some of the best in the world:

The UK Universities are some of the best in the world

Frequently Asked Questions:

Frequently Asked Questions Q: How is the Across the Pond expert guidance & help service free? A: Across the Pond can offer this unique free service, as our funding is provided from the UK universities that have appointed us to represent them in the US. This means we can offer students a choice in terms of programs, institutions and geographical locations in the UK.

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Frequently Asked Questions Q: Does Across the Pond guarantee entry to their partner universities? A: No. We believe that by using our service you will increase your chances of acceptance, because we make sure that you are applying to universities that match your subject preferences and academic ability. All final decisions are made by the Admissions team at each university and decisions are based on your own academic qualifications, standardized test results, personal statement and reference, and for some a portfolio of work or audition tape.

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Frequently Asked Questions Q: Can I bring an international – US or Canadian - student loans with me to the UK? A: Yes. All of our British partner Universities accept US and Canadian student loans. Q: Do I need a visa to study in the UK? A: Yes, as a US student in Britain, you do need a visa. Our advisors will help you apply for an 'entry clearance' (visa) in time for your studies.

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Frequently Asked Questions Q: Are the entry requirements to study with British Universities the same? A: No. All of our partner universities vary and so it is best to check with us the exact requirements needed. Department entry grades vary within the universities and can be higher than the minimum requirements of a university. Do contact the Across the Pond advisors for more details.

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Frequently Asked Questions Q: Can I work while my study in the UK? A: You can work for up to 20 hours a week while you study in the UK. A typical wage is between $10 and $12 an hour. For more information, visit the UK Border Agency (UKBA) website. The Across the Pond British partner universities will have a careers service to help find an appropriate job. They will provide a wide range of help including: access to job adverts guidance with writing CVs and job applications support on preparing for job interviews information about working in the UK.

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