Latest guidance and move to online learning

Page last updated on 06.28.2021 at 06:00 CDT

We’ll get you to where you want to be

We will get you where you want to be. Studying on the right course for you, progressing to your chosen university and, ultimately, succeeding in your chosen career.

We are doing everything to make sure that your education isn’t impacted due to COVID-19. That’s why our programs will start online to ensure you don’t have to delay the start of your course.

Teaching will take place online, and we are committed to helping you reach your ultimate goal of studying on campus as soon as we can.

On-campus teaching will resume as soon as we feel it is safe to do so, and we will support you to smoothly transition when the time comes. 

World-class education

Experience the same program, the same exceptional, high-quality teaching and the same faculty as you would on campus. You will start earning credits towards your degree and be part of the university from the first day.  

Supportive environment

Academic guidance, tutorial sessions, career support and personal support is all available online from the same specialist staff. You’ll be part of a community of students connected through live classes and discussion groups.

Risk-free refunds

There's no need to delay your academic progress. We give you the confidence to start online with our risk-free refunds and visa contingencies (terms and conditions apply).

Start Smart

Get a jump start on your university studies with Start Smart, our free introductory course available before you start your academic program. By joining the course you will receive early exposure to your university education and experience – ensuring you begin with confidence.

Our student promise

We will support your seamless transition to studying in the USA with one-to-one visa support and careers guidance before you arrive. You will continue your studies in the USA when your current semester ends, so your studies will not be interrupted. 

We promise:

Personalized advising Bi-weekly one-to-one meetings with a student advisor. 
Early academic exposure  Meet faculty members from your area of study to build relationships and contacts from day one. 
Setting the stage  A forum with senior university leadership staff. 
Building friendships  Weekly virtual student social activities. 
Career support  Occupational guidance and counselling during your online term. 
Visa assistance As you transition to studying on campus you will receive individual one-to-one support, and official university academic progress documentation including a letter of support to take your visa interview.  

Stephen Shaw, teacher

“Our faculty are top notch and we're working to develop classes as we move to the online format, choosing the best practises for delivering the content. Using a lot of different methods of learning and presentation is a real key to maintaining that high-quality education and content delivery.”

Nate Hutcherson
Student Success Manager
Baylor University  


Your program may start online and you will join us on campus from the start of the following term, after the Center has reopened.

We will reopen our study centers when we determine it is safe and viable to do so, guided by advice from government and public health authorities and in consultation with our university partners.

When the time comes, we will provide the information and pre-arrival support you need so that you are fully prepared to travel and begin studying on campus.

Frequently asked questions

Location Information

You can find the latest health and travel advice on the US government website.

We advise that you check this regularly before making any travel plans as this is an evolving situation and advice is being regularly updated.

The official updates from the US government provide the latest health advice and information on how to prevent infection in the US. View the US government’s information for the public on COVID-19.

Our partner universities and International Study Centers have moved to online learning for the remainder of the Spring 2020 semester.

The US government has implemented travel restrictions for foreign nationals into the USA from multiple countries due to COVID-19. The official updates from the US government provide the very latest information, including health and travel advice (both for those coming into the country and those travelling abroad) and information on current travel restrictions. This is an evolving situation, and advice is being updated regularly.

We have made the decision to move all instruction online for our International Study Centers and universities until further notice. We are asking all students to continue to monitor their emails on a regular basis.

We are committed to working with every student on the options to continue studying with us. More information about upcoming semester intakes will be forthcoming. Please remember that there is no extra cost if you decide to defer your studies to the next available intake.

University Information

Follow the links below to find specific information related to your course, health, travel and visas at your chosen university. 

Additional Information

Where should I go if I have further questions?

For inquiries related to students who are already at one of our Study Centers or universities, please contact the Centers. Please send all other inquiries to

Study Group UK Limited
Brighton Study Centre,
1 Billinton Way, Brighton, UK, BN1 4LF.
VAT registration number 927 5208 17