The decision to study abroad is a big one and should not be taken lightly. Every year more British students are weighing up their options and deciding that going to university abroad is the right choice for them. From universities in the United States and Australia to China and Japan, the number of Brits travelling for some or all of their higher education is increasing.
If you are interested in finding out about studying a Bachelor’s course abroad you will find this event invaluable.
Mark Huntington, Managing Director of A Star Future Ltd and Study in Holland, will discuss the benefits of studying at international universities, the key reasons why British students should consider going abroad, as well as the practicalities that need to be considered when deciding if it’s right for you or not.
In our presentation we will cover the following key areas:
- What are the academic reasons to consider university abroad?
- How does international experience help British students compete in the global marketplace for jobs?
- What are the sensible options for students of competitive subjects such as medicine and dentistry?
- What is it like to live in another country as a student?
- How much will it cost and what financial support is available?
Hear From UK Students Who Are Studying Abroad
John Martin, originally from Saltash but now studying at Rotterdam Business School (Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences), a leading business school in The Netherlands with over 2,500 students enrolled in English-taught Bachelor's and Master's programmes, will be attending the event. He will be happy to share his experiences and offer advice from a local perspective.
This is a great opportunity for students, their parents and schools’ careers and university advisers to learn more about studying at university abroad. Places are limited so please register as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
A Star Future website - all Bachelor's degrees taught in English in Europe are listed here, as well as information about Japan, South Korea, USA, Australia etc.
Study in Holland website - the best source of information about Dutch universities, specifically designed to meet the needs of British students.
Our blog - this is where we share our opinions on relevant topics including any speculation regarding the forthcoming secession from the European Union.
Venue Information - Copthorne Hotel
Copthorne Hotel Plymouth is only 0.3 miles from Plymouth train station. There is limited parking onsite.