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Studying in the UK - Frequently Asked Questions

Report
18 October 2017

Why is the UK such a popular study destination for international students? And what does Brexit mean for EU students wanting to attend university here?

This short document answers these questions and covers frequently asked queries on qualification recognition and Erasmus+.

The report was designed for prospective students and their parents attending British Council student recruitment fairs in continental Europe.

News

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The election of Professor Paul Boyle onto the EUA board was announced at the EUA's annual conference taking place this week in Bergen (Norway).

Blog

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