Articles filed under topic Student Life

University of Central Lancashire
At University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) we value students' futures as much as they do themselves. All our courses are designed with their success and their future employment in mind.

Students with Disabilities
Students with Disabilities. As a disabled student, it is vital that the institution of your choice provides you with access required. Initially, you should make personal contact with the institution over the telephone, by letter or e-mail. You can then discuss your disability and needs with the disability co-ordinator and find out whether the institution can offer you the support and access you need.

Interview tips
It is quite amazing how some normally confident young people can, at the thought of attending a college or university interview, become suddenly panicky and unsure of themselves. As Tony Charlton from the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) in the UK explains, good preparation is the key to success.

An Ideal Student Destination: Bonny Scotland
Looking for a study destination that has excellent facilities, a high standard of education, a welcoming attitude and beautiful surroundings? Look no further than Scotland. Whether it be Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee or Aberdeen, one of Scotland’s lively cities is bound to offer all that you want and more…

Study in the South East of England
An important factor to many students, and many parents too, is that England is considered to be a safe place to come and study. The South-East is especially felt to be a secure and stable environment in which to settle quickly and give one’s very best as a student learning new and challenging things. The region is one of the most prosperous in the country and welcomes many international visitors that add to the richness of the community rather than standing out as different.

How to stay in touch with home
When you get to university, it can often be hard to keep in touch with your nearest and dearest. You’re most often caught up on campus, freshers’ week or even just finding your way around and familiarising yourself with your new country.

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