The process of gaining entry to a UK university will differ for those who study in the UK and those whose education has been undertaken abroad. For top-tier selective universities, it is highly desirable that the student is studying for A-Level or for an IB certificate.
The best support can be provided to a student who approaches Oxford Education Enterprises at least 1-2 years prior to the proposed entry to a UK university to allow proper preparation for the formal entry procedures and to facilitate better chances for success.
We invite you to contact us to begin the process, so that we can learn about the student's background and receive all necessary documentation.
We will organise an academic assessment to evaluate the student's academic performance through tutors’ reports and predicted grades
We will identify a range of potential courses and universities where the student’s academic aspirations will be matched
We will help with UCAS registration, editing of Personal Statement and provide ongoing academic support, including specific examination preparation/interviews (Oxbridge)
If you're considering applying to Oxford or Cambridge Universities then we are here to support you and help maximise your chances of success.
As Oxford and Cambridge are considered to be two of the most prestigious universities not only in the UK but worldwide, the process of application to these prominent educational establishments is very rigorous and in addition to significant academic excellence and achievements requires patience and thorough advance preparation to stand out from the competition.
With our extensive experience, we will be able to advise you on the most suitable courses, the colleges you should consider, how to make your personal statement shine through and confidently prepare for the Entrance Examinations and personal interviews.
Generally an applicant should be at least 18 years of age on admission to a University, there is no upper age limit.
Tuition fees in England for undergraduate students from the UK for 2020-2021 entry are £9,250 per academic year. For International undergraduate students including from the EU annual academic fees vary between £18,000 and £30,000 depending on the university. Different fees apply to EU students attending universities in Scotland. Grants are not widely available however, scholarships may be awarded on the basis of unique talent.
There are about 130 universities in the UK and within that number those who undertake scientific research are more highly regarded and subsequent employment opportunities are better than from other universities.
Publications such as the Times Good University Guide provide accurate and comprehensive up to date statistics on courses.
Bachelor’s degree normally takes 3 years to complete, however with options to study abroad or on sandwich courses with work placement, certain courses may take 4-5 years to complete.
Master’s Degree – normally takes 12 months to complete.
PhD – can take a minimum of 3 years of studies, with an average of 7 years.
We can provide advice on which university will be most suitable however this largely depends on the student’s results in examinations.