In the age of Skype and email I work with students based all over the world.
In the age of electronic communication, Skype and email make it possible to easily work with students, wherever they are based.
Currently working with students based in Australia, India, France, Switzerland, Italy and the Middle East, I have also worked with students from China, Russia and South Africa. Whether applying to UCAS independently or through their school or college, students benefit from my direct help with all elements of a UK university application.
To me it is just a question of giving students and their parents or schools the support they need.
Regular attendance at UCAS conferences and keeping up to date with developments and changes in the UK higher education arena means I can take the stress out of the UK higher education application process and ensure students and parents are supported at all stages of an application cycle.
Get in touch to see where I might be able to offer you support and guidance.
Help with issues relating to country specific qualification concerns.
Does a country-specific qualification match university entry requirements? Does a student need to take IELTS? What are the levels needed?
Get help to find the answers to these questions and find sources of information that you can use to make choices and complete applications for yourself.
Get in touch with me today for objective help and advice that puts you in a clear, confident position if you are applying to British universities from outside of the UK.
I offer up to date advice and guidance. You will get an informed answer.
You can ask me anything about educational choices and I will try to help. If I don’t know the answer, I will find it out for you.
My mission is to help as many students as possible make the right choices for them, helping them towards enjoying their education and preparing for a life at work.
Take the stress out of the UK higher education application process and ensure that you and your child have the information you need to take the next steps.
Get in touch to see how I can help.
Get help to support your decisions. Take the opportunity to gain sensible and well informed advice so that you can decide if the UK is the right place to study for you, for your interests and your ambitions.