Have you got lots of questions about studying in the UK? What is it like to be a student in Wales? Is it always cold in Scotland? What's in a typical student room in halls? How long does it take to get to London? How do you find out about scholarships and bursaries to study in England?
Education UK's Student Ambassadors are international students who are already on a course in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. They are here to help - you can chat and ask questions via Facebook and Twitter, so get in touch!
'I find studying in the UK more interesting and satisfying. Due to the range of modules you can choose to learn what you like the most. The UK educational system has a high reputation. It's a life-changing experience which you will never forget. It gives you so much more than you imagined.'
Meet Marian Heng
'I believed studying in the UK would enable me to learn in a more multi-cultural environment and help me develop into a more open-minded and independent person... Opportunities are always there, it just depends whether we know how to seize them and work them into meaningful achievements.'
Meet Alan Ying Lun Chan
'Studying in England has widened my horizons and I've made friends from all over the world.'
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Meet Muriel Cookey
‘I like the teaching methods and how the tutorial sessions are very interactive. I really understand what I am being taught in class and the course is very interesting. Studying here is a dream. The standard of education is very high and you all get the best value for your money.'
Meet Obinna Ubah
‘The lectures and tutorials here in the UK are very up-to-date and tailored to reflect current global demand with regards to the field of study. This has the effect of stimulating yourself to critically appraise every piece of intellectual material.'
Meet Lizzy Eberi
‘There was a warm welcome during enrolment and the friendly lecturers are always available and willing to attend to my academic needs. The International Student Advisory Services take away worries so that you can concentrate on your studies. I’m so glad I made this decision to study here.’
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Meet Syifaa Mansor
‘It’s been a fascinating experience so far. The chance to learn about local culture and mix with other nationalities has been brilliant.'
Meet Alicia Chen
'Studying in Britain was one of my aims: it has a special education system, which means I can get a Master's degree in just one year. I’m experiencing a lot of things which are very different from Asia such as the weather, the food and the learning systems.'
Meet Denny Boey
‘The weather, the culture, the shopping and, of course, the learning is amazing. Come with an open mind and you will indeed be surprised at how much you will benefit. I’m sure at the end of it all you will be a more independent, adventurous, confident, and successful person.'
Meet Lina Yow Pei Shi
‘At 17, I started my adventure by studying A-levels in Canterbury. I chose to study in a local school so as to experience the full British education system while immersing myself in the local culture. The support network was remarkable and I was able to fit in quickly.'
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Meet Danielle Parrott
'It really builds up your confidence. You learn to live on your own and become very self-reliant. You adapt and lots of new life skills such as making new friends. You also get a real global perspective. Obviously you expect to meet lots of people from the UK but you meet lots of people from all over the world.'
Meet Julie Webster
'I would encourage everyone to study here for the many benefits that you get along with your studies... I’m excited to be getting my masters in something I love while meeting new people and experiencing something so many people dream about.'
Meet Meaghan Couture
'The university was instantly supportive. They made sure I knew that if getting my degree was something I wanted to do, it was something they would work with me to make happen. It’s your life. Make your own path. Take your shot.'
Meet Brian Focarino
‘I was drawn to Edinburgh by the strength of my program, the desire to broaden my horizons and the beauty of Scotland. Studying here is cheaper than in the US and Edinburgh is one of the most beautiful cities in the world.'
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Meet Manraj Gujral
'I decided to come to UK for its highly ranked universities and reputation. Students are expected to apply themselves rather than just score well in exams. The past year has been a rollercoaster of activities - assignments, group projects, pubs – and a tonne of fun. If I could, I’d do it all over again.’
Meet Nikhil Lavanian
‘The infrastructure and quality of education is fantastic and working in a diverse environment helps you learn at many new levels. It's been a wonderful experience ... It was just great to experience different cultures and work and live in such an exciting learning environment.’
Meet Swathi Shankar
‘Studying in the UK has broadened my perspective to a great extent. I landed here feeling jittery and unsure, but after a year of spending time with welcoming people from different countries and cultural backgrounds, I feel confident enough to face anything that comes my way.'
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