Useful Links

    • UKCISA.
      The UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA) is the UK’s national advisory body serving the interests of international students and those who work with them.
    • UK Work Study.
      Packs containing useful material on living, working and studying in the UK. There is a Study Pack designed especially for international students, which includes items to make your transition easier, such as National Insurance number assistance, a pre-paid cash card, the setting up of a bank account before you arrive in the country, and a comprehensive book about different aspects of life in the UK.
    • Scholarship Search.
      Search online for scholarships. Also includes advice and articles about student funding and finances.
    • Twin Work & Volunteer.
      Whether you’re planning to take a career break, a gap year, or time out from study, Twin Work & Volunteer Abroad can offer a wide variety of work and volunteering packages in many countries throughout the world, making for unforgettable experiences.
    • Edvisors.
      An outstanding online directory and resource centre for students as well as people working in education.
      A comprehensive guide for anyone who is interested in UK postgraduate programmes, including resources on immigration and visa rules, living costs, bursaries and tuition fees.
    • International Educational Financial Aid (IEFA).
      The premiere online financial information resource for international students. Includes extensive listings of available grants and scholarships, and a page for comparing student loans and applying for them online.
      Includes links to many useful student resources, including information on studying abroad, student jobs, travel and how to stay healthy during your studies.
    • Rough Guides.
      A leading publisher of travel guides and source of travel information. They are well known for their dynamic, contemporary travel writing full of relevant and up-to-date content.
    • Monetos.
      A resource for finding information on what financial steps to take when moving to another country within the EU. Includes guides on financial management for students, information about student life in the UK and a budget calculator to help you balance your money.

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