4 Funding options to pay for an MBA

                One of the most difficult challenges that prospective MBA students would face is finding out how to fund the expensive tuition fee of MBA courses and living expenses for one or two years. After you get your MBA acceptance letter and enjoy the moment of the exciting news, you’ll only have a … Read More

Tips for Freshers’ Week for International Students

1. Make your flat mates as your best mates You may consider your flat mates only as some random people you would encounter in the common area some times. But your flatmate will be the ones you spend time together when you come back home at the end of long days or good days. So make an effort to bond … Read More

6 things you may find different in the UK

Welcome to the UK! You’ve made it. You’ve been planning for months and you’re finally here. Amongst all the excitement, you may be finding the UK to be quite different to home and are unsure about some practical things. We’ve listed our top six things about the UK that we think you might not know about when you first get … Read More

What is IELTS?

Taken from IELTS IELTS introduction The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) measures the language proficiency of people who want to study or work where English is used as a language of communication. It uses a nine-band scale to clearly identify levels of proficiency, from non-user (band score 1) through to expert (band score 9). IELTS Academic or IELTS General … Read More

Cambridge digs in at the top of university league table

Taken from the Guardian. Cambridge has topped the Guardian University Guide league table for the seventh year running, while Oxford remains in second place and St Andrews in third. There’s little change among the top 10 universities: Durham University, which ranked sixth last year, is in fourth place, while Bath University has climbed from 10th to fifth position. Imperial College … Read More

UK traditions and culture

Taken from UKCISA The UK is rich with culture and customs, from historic castles and buildings to beautiful gardens. We’ve written a short guide for international students in the UK. From the traditional to the weird and wonderful There are some cultural experiences in the UK which may seem a little unusual when you first get here. From rolling a cheese … Read More