Go to University Abroad! An introduction to international

Go to University Abroad! An introduction to international

Go to University Abroad! An introduction to international higher education for British students. A Presentation by Jenni Stedman A Star Future Ltd astarfuture.co.uk The UK University Situation 2010 209,000 students without places 2011 250,000 students without places

2012 50,000 places without students BUT up to 9,000 fees per year! astarfuture.co.uk Why Go Abroad? EMPLOYABILITY International Experience Helps You Stand Out from the Crowd Good University = Good Graduate Job Opportunities Work Experience as Part of Your Studies

astarfuture.co.uk Why Go Abroad? LEARN A LANGUAGE Improve Your Earning Potential Experience a Different Culture BUT You dont need to be good at languages to go abroad astarfuture.co.uk Why Go Abroad? SPECIALISATION The best courses may not be in

this country astarfuture.co.uk Why Go Abroad? LOCATION Better weather, better lifestyle, different opportunities astarfuture.co.uk Why Go Abroad? FUN Student life is different in other countries but it still exists

Most universities actively welcome British students Make friends from all around the world Now is the time to go! astarfuture.co.uk How to Study Abroad? FULL DEGREES ABROAD 2, 3 or 4 years Does it include work experience? Class Sizes Teaching Style Apply directly to the University

astarfuture.co.uk How to Study Abroad? DOUBLE DEGREES & OTHER INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS Study in Two or More Countries astarfuture.co.uk How to Study Abroad? EXCHANGE/SEMESTER ABROAD 6 months 1 year abroad Part of a British degree

Part of a 3 year or 4 year degree Can take British student loans/grants with you astarfuture.co.uk Where to go? USA/CANADA Cost of tuition 3,000-26,000 Cost of living 7,000 Total 10k - 33k

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly5,000 universities to choose from Education Culture Shock Scholarships easier to find at private universities (academic, sport, music) Student Loans difficult to find astarfuture.co.uk Where to go? AUSTRALIA Cost of tuition 16,000-19,000 Cost of living 10,000

World Class Education (8 universities in World top 200) Similar style education to UK Excellent Career Prospects Total 26,000+ astarfuture.co.uk Where to go? EUROPE Cost of tuition 0 - 12,000

Cost of living 7,500 Total Public Universities Cheap BUT rarely teach in English Private Universities Amongst best in the world. Similar cost to UK universities and some award scholarships 7,500-19,500 astarfuture.co.uk Where to go?

THE NETHERLANDS Study in English Cost of tuition 1,500 Cost of living 7,000 Total 8,500 Excellent Universities Low Tuition Fees Grants and Loans from Dutch Government studyinholland.co.uk

Where to go? SCANDINAVIA Cost of tuition NONE Cost of living 9,000 Total No Tuition Fees for EU Students High quality, practical education Free language lessons Some courses taught in English 9,000

astarfuture.co.uk What does Uni cost in England? COUNTRY USA Australia TUITION 3k -26k 16,000 LIVING 7,000 10,000

TOTAL 10k-33k 26,000 3,250 4,500 7,750 4k-12k 6,000

10k-18k 1,500 7,000 8,500 0 9,000 9,000 9,000

9,000 18,000 astarfuture.co.uk Whats Your Next Move? Fill out an Enquiry Form Visit: www.astarfuture.co.uk Visit: www.studyinholland.co.uk Brits Studying Abroad or Dutch Degrees

@astarfuture ANY QUESTIONS? astarfuture.co.uk

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