Study Abroad UK blog

Host Family in London

Monday 8th April 2019

If you would like a host family in London then we can help. A Study Abroad host family in London provides affordable accommodation for over 18's. Also in a Study Abroad host family we can offer you a home from home in London that has been vetted unlike Air B and B who do not vet their homes. Every homestay in London we offer has been visited by our staff. We also perform criminal background checks so you know you have safe accommodation in London. We also guarantee free wi-fi in the host family. Please get in touch if we can help you find an affordable host family

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Tuesday 2nd April 2019

Are we worrying about Brexit, no we are not! The UK remains open for student exchange. Whether or not we remain in the EU young people from all over the world we be able to visit England to take part in all our programmes and projects. This year we will welcome young people from North America, South America, Central America, Europe, Africa Asia and Australasia. Every nationality is welcome to apply. Applying is free and we do not make any charges to review your application. Visiting England is as exiting as ever. All our major cities have received huge investment to keep them vibrant and interesting and great time for you spend some "me time" We look forward to…

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Wednesday 17th October 2018


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How old do you have to be to an exchange student in the uk

Monday 1st October 2018

We get asked this question quite a lot so we thought we would put it in our blog. Most exchange students are aged between 16 and 18 but occasionally we get requests from 15 year olds and 18+ If you have not reached your 19th birthday by the time you land we can offer you a place. What if you are under 16? Everything will proceed as normal if you are 15 years and 11 months when you land. If you are younger it becomes a little more tricky. If you are aged under 15 and 11 months when you land your host family status must change. In the UK if you are 15 you are considered to be a child. Therefore the…

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10 Reasons to Study Abroad in England

Monday 23rd April 2018

[1] Our students describe visiting the UK as one of the best periods of their lives. [2] It gives you the opportunity to experience different subjects that you do not experience in the United States and other parts of the world. *[3]*It gives you the chance to improve your English skills, while also being immersed in the British culture. It makes it easier to learn a language. *[4]*It gives you the opportunity to be exposed to new tastes, new music, new people and new attitudes to build your new well travelled self. *[5]*You learn life skills to become self-sufficient and independent. *[6]*Future employers and friends will be impressed by your Study Abroad UK experience, as most people only get the chance to travel…

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Fully Refundable Deposit for Study Abroad Programmes

Monday 12th March 2018

There is no application fee to join our study abroad programmes. The application process is completely free. We provide you with a free application form which you can send back via email. You don't even have to pay for the postage. Its that simple. You application form will be viewed by our admission team then Dr. Ashmore, Director of Management. Once you receive your official offer of a place we request a deposit so we can begin work to secure your education, volunteer or work placement. If we are unsuccessful, if we can't find you a place to work, study or exchange then you receive your money back. It is a simple as that.

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UK High School International Project

Thursday 23rd November 2017

When you become an high school exchange student, part of the experience is sharing your culture. Our teenagers love to hear all about your home country. Very often British teenagers are no so well travelled as you, so finding about your life is very interesting. Last week one of our students from Guatemala gave a presentation about her home country. She put a lovely presentation together to talk about life in Guatemala. It was interesting for UK teens to learn the differences between the UK and Guatemala culture

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Tuesday 31st October 2017

Do you ever wonder what UK high school is really like? Well now you can just see for yourself. Here are some of our students introducing themselves in the school news broadcasts. Well done everyone

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Monday 11th September 2017

We would just like to stay a big welcome to all our academic students and exchange students who have arrived or will arrive shortly. As usual we are an over subscribed programme and have tried our best to accommodate as many students as possible. Especially we have tried to help those who have been let down at the last minute by other organisations who are unable to find host families. We have lots of host families in the UK. Please contact us if you want to come to England to study or as an exchange student our next academic intake is January.

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Study Abroad Team Member Walks Again

Wednesday 15th February 2017

We have great pleasure in announcing that our lovely team member Nicki through hard work and determination has found her feet once again. Nicki, a dedicated former police officer was seriously hurt in the line of duty. As well as other numerous injuries Nicki was paralysed from the waist down. Now with the help of technology Nicki is able to walk again. We are so proud of what Nicki has achieved and know how hard she has had to work to be able to walk once more. Please read Nicki's story

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Travel the world with costing the earth

Monday 9th May 2016

Great program, great prices. Looking for a low cost study abroad program, well you have found it. We do our very best to keep prices down so that more young people can take part in student exchange. Our prices are like you have won a study abroad scholarship. We never compromise on quality, we offer the best student programme in the world

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