How to prepare for study at University in the US:
There are thousands of universities in the world that welcome applications from international students. The process of applying to university can take about two years, so it's important to plan ahead.
There are many factors to consider when choosing a university to apply to
Hoping to apply to a US university as a foreign student?
As an international student, there are so many different processes you’ll need to understand and navigate when applying to universities in the United States. Here’s a breakdown of the three most important aspects: admissions, funding and visas.
How to apply to a UK University:
Applying to a British University
All applications to UK universities are made through UCAS (the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service). Simply fill in a UCAS application form on the UCAS website.
UCAS Undergraduate: international and EU students
Firstly, the way that UK higher education works means there are different rules for UK, EU and international students. We’ll highlight the similarities and differences throughout
How to apply to European universities
How to Apply to a University in the European Union (EU/EEA) in 2018
Europe is so awesome, it’s probably one of the only political and economic unions that genuinely has fans. Just like Taylor Swift has Swifties and Batman has Batmaniacs, the European Union has an army of
Admission and entry to university
As an EU citizen, you are entitled to study at any EU university under the same conditions as nationals. However, conditions of entry vary significantly between individual countries and universities.
How to apply to Australian/New Zealand Universities:
Studying in Australia/New Zealand: An Application Timeline
Every year thousands of international students flock to one of Australia’s 39 and New Zealand’s eight universities. According to the latest available figures, only the USA and Britain attract more students than Oz, and little New Zealand isn’t too far behind.
Sample Australian University checklist
International students outside Australia and New Zealand
(for Australian year 12 qualifications undertaken offshore refer to separate checklist)