Your Academic Journey

  • Founded in 1845, Galway University has been inspiring students for 178 years and has earned international recognition as a research-led university with a commitment to top quality teaching. Galway University is ranked 259 in the world by QS World University Rankings, and has been expanding their global reach and reputation over the last decade with a student population of over 18,000. Located between Connemara and the Burren on the broad sweep of Galway Bay, Galway is as distinctive as it is beautiful boasting the unique landscape and culture of the west of Ireland.
  • Founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1950 in Dobbs Ferry, New York City, Mercy College became a four-year college offering programs leading to the baccalaureate degree in 1961. Continuing to expand over the years, Mercy College was authorised to offer its first graduate program  in 1981. They now also have campuses in Manhattan and the Bronx. They offer over 100 degrees and certificates in dozens of major disciplines, at the undergraduate and graduate level. Many degree programs are further distinguished by various specialisations. At Mercy you will be joining a community of students from around the US and the world who study, learn and have fun together. Countries represented on campus include Norway, Spain, Sweden, Japan, China, Korea, the United Kingdom, Mexico, Brazil and many more.  
  • Keele University is known for its world-leading research and academic excellence and offers a student-centric university experience, taught in a unique self-contained campus environment with over 600-acres to live, learn, relax and connect. This university has some of the most satisfied university students in the UK, and is consistently ranked highly for student satisfaction. In 2021, the University was ranked among the top 10 universities in England (broad-based public institutions) for overall student satisfaction in the National Student Survey (NSS). Nestled in the Staffordshire countryside, Keele has one of the largest and most beautiful campuses in Britain, just minutes from the market town of Newcastle-under-Lyme, and a bus ride from Stoke-on-Trent.
  • Dublin International Study Centre offers pathway programmes designed to help international students prepare for university, and life in Ireland. According to the Irish Universities Association, there are over 32,000 international students studying in Ireland. By joining Dublin International Study Centre, you will become a part of their international community, and have the opportunity to settle into life in Ireland before starting your university degree with confidence and skills you need to succeed. The student-focused teaching approach to innovative and engaging subject-specific modules is fundamental to the student experience received at Dublin International Study Centre.
  • Founded on the idea of empowering people to succeed in a digital world, IU International University of Applied Sciences first came into existence in 1998. And since receiving accreditation from the German Council of Science and Humanities, IU has grown into Germany’s biggest university. Their mission is to create inclusive, global and wholly accessible education. It’s why they’ve been at the forefront of online learning for over a decade. It’s how they made it possible for you to learn from anywhere and at any time — using their fully integrated digital platform, innovative learning tools and virtual classrooms. With over 20 years of experience in providing innovative education, IU offers more than than 200 study programmes including bachelor's, master's and MBA programmes. They have over 100 000 students enrolled who are able to choose from 5 educational models.
  • The University of Chester was founded in 1839 by pioneers such as the 19th-century Prime Ministers William Gladstone and the Earl of Derby, and a future Archbishop of Canterbury. At the heart of the University of Chester’s vision is an unwavering commitment to ensuring an outstanding student learning experience, developing the expertise of staff, providing teaching excellence, and actively growing research and scholarship. Through these actions, the University hopes to make a positive impact on the lives of students, staff, and the communities that it serves, enabling the institution to make a significant and growing contribution to the region, nationally and internationally. With 14,000 students from 115 countries worldwide, the University of Chester provides students with an excellent level of education. With 200+ of courses at undergraduate, postgraduate and research degree level across eight academic faculties, we are confident that you will find a course to satisfy your thirst for knowledge.
  • Globally focused TEDI-London was created to educate and inspire engineers from diverse backgrounds. Created by three international founders: Arizona State University, King’s College London and UNSW Sydney, TEDI-London's aim is to give students from around the world the right mix of skills to help change people’s lives. TEDI-London students can make the most of everything London has to offer, from culture and socialising, to internships and work experience. Their small cohort and exclusive focus on engineering means their students can have a personal experience in the heart of the big city.
  • Grounded in the liberal arts and sciences, Elmira College provides a collaborative and supportive environment that enables students to become active learners, effective leaders, responsible community members, and globally engaged citizens. Elmira College offers more than 35 majors and academic programs, an honors program, 17 academic honor societies, and 16 Division III varsity teams. Located in the Southern Finger Lakes Region of New York, Elmira's undergraduate and graduate student population hails from more than 30 states and 18 countries.
  • Solent has been a university since July 2005, but it has a long and complex educational history. Incorporated as an independent higher education institution in 1989, the University's origins can be traced back to a private School of Art founded in 1855. Mergers between Southampton College of Art, the College of Technology and the College of Nautical Studies at Warsash laid the foundations for what is now Solent University. Since becoming a university, Solent has helped over fifty thousand students from all walks of life to make the most of their potential. They have proudly welcomed students from over 100 different nationalities into their student community.
  • Regent's University London is one of the most international universities in the UK. Their students come from more than 137 nations to enjoy a truly international experience in the heart of a global city. Regent’s is a cosmopolitan university, based in London's royal Regent’s Park. Set in the heart of the UK’s vibrant capital, Regent’s is a superb place in which to live and study, just minutes away from all that this world-class city has to offer. Every course has been designed to be globally facing, granting their students a multinational perspective, while also forging a passion for innovation, excellence and entrepreneurship.
  • TasTAFE is the largest Registered Training Organisation (RTO) in Tasmania and one of the 10 largest RTOs in Australia. Owned by the Tasmanian Government, TasTAFE offers a wide range of nationally-recognised qualifications from Certificate III to Advanced Diploma level to local and international students. A qualification from TasTAFE will provide you with practical workplace knowledge and skills that are in demand in industries across the world. If you are also seeking a university qualification, the successful completion of your TAFE education may provide you with advanced standing into university degrees across Australia. TasTAFE offers Diploma + Degree pathways to the University of Tasmania, which provide graduates with both a TasTAFE qualification and a university degree.
  • Hult brings together forward-thinking people from all over the world to learn business by doing business. So they graduate ready to make an impact that matters and lead others to do the same. By focusing on what students can do in the real world, rather than just the theory they study in classrooms, they prioritise those skills and mindsets that are most needed to bring about change—in the careers of the individual, the businesses they work in, and the society we all live in. This belief in the power of learning by doing goes beyond a philosophy; it is the guiding force behind every program Hult provides, every course they create and every class they run. Hult specialises in helping international students forge international careers. They build a global network by collaborating with classmates from around the world—potential partners, investors, and contacts are everywhere. At Hult, global means more than geography, it's a shared experience where students, alumni, faculty, and staff are all enriched by each other’s perspectives.
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