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18 of Study Group’s UK university partners have ranked in The Guardian University Guide 2023 released today, including seven in the prestigious Top 20.
Student ambassadors spent four weeks with our sales team in Hong Kong, developing skills they can take into their future careers.
Study Group UK university partners top The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2023 rankings
18 of Study Group’s UK university partners have ranked in The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2023 released today, including seven in the Top 20.
Study Group’s North American partner universities are highlighted in the 2023 U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges rankings. Our partners are ranked in the top 10% of all universities in the U.S., which is home to approximately 4,500 universities nationwide. Read more here.
The Australian Government has committed to increasing the duration of post study work rights of international students for select degrees. Read more here.
Study Group is pleased to announce a number of changes in its global leadership which will support its work with university partners to provide outstanding teaching for students from around the world.
Study Group is deeply concerned by the news of severe flooding in Pakistan, with reports of up to one third of the country submerged and over 30 million people affected. We are doing all that we can to assist our impacted students, colleagues, and partners.
Study Group’s online enhanced specialist course has launched in 2022. Prepare for Success aims to ensure students do not miss out on vital preparation before starting their academic programme. Explore what we offer students here.
Study Group CEO Emma Lancaster recently visited Australia and New Zealand - meeting with key politicians and stakeholders in higher education
Study Group partners with universities to prepare international students for the study skills and cultural adaption of a global education
New early November start dates launched at ten of Study Group's UK International Study Centre and Colleges will help prepare students from diverse backgrounds for a UK education, supporting successful progression through a pathway programme and into their chosen degree programmes.
Flexible, innovative and creative, agile curricula offer many advantages over more traditional approaches – here’s how to get started, says Olufunke Aluko-Daniels