It is no secret that life in London will cost you. Especially as a student, you stand on the wrong side of money transmission – instead of earning, you just spend, spend, and spend. There are some life hacks though which could help you save some £££.
The question of Brexit is obviously highly important for students currently studying in the UK, as well as prospective students considering their studies in the UK. Naturally, we all are wondering what will happen after the UK leaves the European Union – particularly, how does it change the conditions of EU students.
It is completely normal to have doubts when deciding whether you want to apply to a top-tier university (especially abroad) or not. Sometimes, these doubts can be constructive as they motivate you to think about your path more closely. However, it is important not to let these doubts block your way to a better future.
To the relief of many students around the world, International Baccalaureate (IB) exams are coming to an end this week. Now that it has been a topic, were you wondering whether you have to pass an IB exam in order to be accepted to a top-tier UK university?
To study at a university in the UK may be costlier than your alternatives back home. But don’t let this fact discourage you from even considering the option of studying at one of British universities.
Find out what you want: When deciding to which university you want to apply, take your time and dig deep into what each university offers. Often, they differ only by small details, but those may be important. You may want to know who are the professors, who are the students, what kind of scholarship
Whether you are already cautiously planning your higher education, or still have enough time to really be concerned about it, make sure you consider all your options. Some of them – seemingly difficult and inaccessible – may be closer than you think.