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Engineering Firm Foundations
You’ve got to be joking, of course I mean, engineering… that’s really boring, isn’t it. Working on a production line, doing the same repetitive stuff

Why Study in London?
London is a vibrant, bustling and changing city, one of the most exciting capitals in the world.

Electronic Engineering today in the UK
The UK has always been an attractive destination for the brightest overseas students wishing to

UKCOSA - The Council for International Education
The growth in international students has brought with it many benefits for British higher education, both academic and financial, but it has also resulted in the result of the growth

Study in Scotland
Study in Scotland. Where is Scotland and what is it like? Scotland is the northern part of the United Kingdom and has a population of around 5 million people. It can be reached by air from most European cities within 1.5 hours. Scotland has its own legal system and education system. And since 1999, it has had its own Parliament again for the first time in nearly 300 years.

Study in Wales
Study in Wales. International students choose university education in Wales not only because they know they will receive a top quality UK education and can choose from a wide range of degree courses, but for many other reasons too. International students at the thirteen higher education institutions in Wales can study for UK degrees which are validated by the University of Wales or the University of Glamorgan.

Study in Liverpool
Study in Liverpool. As you step off the train at Liverpool’s Lime Street for the first time don’t be surprised if you’re gradually overcome by strange feelings of deja vu. As you amble past Corinthian columned buildings and glorious Georgian squares you may ask yourself why it all seems so familiar.

How to Apply to Study Abroad
How to Apply to Study Abroad . The application process for international students can be a lengthy process, so make sure you start your application well in advance of your start date. Many universities will ask you to provide a written statement detailing why you want to study at the institution, or even interview you by phone or Skype.

Why not study in the UK?
Are you thinking about traveling abroad to study? Taking a leap of faith and applying to a university in another country? Considering, possibly, making that country the UK?

Why you should study in the UK
The UK is one of the most popular study abroad destinations in the world. With world-renowned

Why study in Scotland? Scotland tops the table for Quality of Life
Survey after survey confirms Scotland as offering one of the highest qualities of life in Europe.

How to avoid those University Blues
It is quite amazing how some normally confident young people can, at the thought of attending a

Advice on brainstorming
To begin brainstorming a subject idea consider the following points. From brainstorming, you may find a subject you had not considered at first.

Study in Northern Ireland
Study in Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland - an education in itself. Visitors to Northern Ireland are invariably impressed by the warmth and friendliness of its people, the interesting and active cultural life, the temperate climate and the pure natural beauty of the countryside and coastline - as well as by the high standard of education at all levels.