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Or try one of the following for a direct link to the university, college or school of your choice:

  • A full list of links to UK university or College is available.
  • For accredited independent further and higher education institutions, see the British Accreditation Council web site at www.the-bac.org
  • For English language courses, try the English in Britain site at www.englishinbritain.co.uk
  • HERO is the national web site for higher education in the United Kingdom, and can be found at www.hero.ac.uk
  • Hot courses are the team who designed and built the Education UK site. They also operate the UK's largest database of courses, which they collect for the national learndirect database. Visit them at www.hotcourses.com to search their course database by region or cities of the UK. Alternatively you may contact them about any aspect of this or other sites they operate by sending a feedback email to feedback@hotcourses.com
  • The Study UK web site at www.studyuk.hobsons.com provides information about studying in the UK and about UK universities and colleges.
  • The DfES (formerly DfEE) International Student web page at www.dfes.gov.uk/international-students contains up to date information and advice on Chevening Scholarships, working in the UK and visa and entry requirements to the UK.
  • Links to over 300 specially selected Education UK related sites are maintained by the British Council at www.britishcouncil.org/education/dir/
  • The National Grid for Learning portal at www.ngfl.gov.uk brings together a vast and growing collection of sites that support education and lifelong learning.
  • UK Student Life is a website with practical information for international students about all aspects of living in the UK as a student. It also contains ideas about ways of studying British English either in the UK or abroad. You can find it at www.ukstudentlife.com
  • The Home Office's good2bsecure site offers practical advice to students about staying safe from crime in the UK. For a host of safety tips and advice see good2bsecure
  • City & Guilds is the leading provider of vocational qualifications in the United Kingdom and can be found at www.city-and-guilds.co.uk
- A guide that provides information about studying English and living in the UK at www.worldstudysolutions.com

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