Hello! My name is Amelie Margout, I’m 20 years old and an international student from Germany. I came to the UK in September 2017 and started my studies at Bournemouth University and am now in my third and final year studying towards my undergraduate degree. I made the decision to come and study in England in January 2017 because I wanted to improve my English skills and experience living in the UK. I loved learning and speaking this language from a young age, when I started r
BREXIT…….Everytime I hear this word I just want it all to be over and of course many of you feel the same. In the UK most of us have friends who are not from England and have come over to work and live here from a European country. So what can we expect from Brexit? Here are some things to note from now and after the deadline of the 29.03.2019 Students Anyone who wants to come to the UK to study English or IELTS or the CAMBRIDGE EXAMS, go to UNIVERSITY or college to study a c
We would like to keep you always update about everything that can affect you, so we have here a new update from the Brexit news... So the new Prime Minister of the UK is already looking at new ways to assist the entrance into the UK. One idea is to stop universities from marketing their courses as opportunities for students to work in Britain and new measures to ensure students return home when their courses end. As we are aware, many students do not return home after their s
Hi everybody! My name is Carla and I came to England because I wanted to improve my English. I am from Barcelona and I studied Business and administration in the University of Barcelona. When I was living in Barcelona the last year before to decide to go abroad, I was working in a Marketing and Sales Marketing. Everything was amazing, less my English level. In spite of that I tried to go an English academy in Barcelona, this didn't work at all. My English still was not good.