UK & INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY STUDY

Whatever a young person’s ambitions might be, university-level education opens doors. With the 25 top universities in the world in the UK, Europe or North America, studying at one of these institutions is a golden opportunity, where young people can build lifelong networks and begin their first steps towards their careers.

The university entrance process must start with a careful consideration of ‘what course?’ and ‘where?’ We work very closely with families to consider academic, social and pastoral needs, investing time in getting to know the student whilst helping them to identify which courses and universities would be suitable for them. We have helped students win places at all the major universities including Oxbridge, the Ivy League and Russell Group universities.

“With the 25 top universities in the world in the UK, Europe or North America, studying at one of these institutions is a golden opportunity.”

UNDERGRADUATE & POSTGRADUATE APPLICATIONS

Once we have together identified a course that will allow the student to build on their existing skills and pursue their ambitions, we will support them in reaching the institution of their choice.

For those applying to the UK, writing an effective personal statement, which neatly encapsulates not only why they feel passionate about taking the course and why they are the right candidate, is challenging. Successful applications to universities require organisation and accuracy; our consultants will ensure that students demonstrate both whilst presenting themselves in the best light possible.

Our consultants help students with selection and entry to post graduate courses (including MBA study) – guiding them through the significant number of offerings and ensuring their applications are well constructed.

Please email us dubai@hollandparkeducation.com or call +971 (0) 4 313 2977 to find out how we can help you find a university in the UK

 

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  • “We believe that decisions about education should be exciting, not bewildering.”