University of Surrey International Study Centre
Studying at Surrey provides all the best England has to offer with the opportunity to live surrounded by beautiful English countryside while only a short train ride from exciting London. The University is set within a relaxed lakeside campus you will be within easy reach of everything you need.
You won't be far from beautiful woodland and English countryside while studying at the University of Surrey. The Surrey Hills are a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with local vineyards and National Trust sites for exploring on foot or by bicycle.
Living in Guildford you will find over 100 places to eat and drink, with a variety of restaurants and cafes to suit every budget. If you like shopping, the town centre has a range of independent boutiques, high street brands and a local farmers' market.
Everything you need is right on campus, or just a few streets away in independent shops and modern shopping centres. Large supermarkets and a halal grocery store can be found nearby, and you are sure to love the weekly fruit and vegetable market held on campus every week. On the main Stag Hill campus you will find all the amenities you need – a post office, a bank, a bookshop, a newsagent, and a modern launderette. Find out more about campus life.
The International Study Centre is at the heart of Surrey’s campus and you will right at home from day one.
The county of Surrey is home to many heritage sites, including Windsor Castle and Kew Gardens, and has easy access to sports sites including Twickenham and Wimbledon.
Guildford is perfectly located for exploring the rest of the South East region. In under 90 minutes you could be on the south coast at Brighton beach or wandering the New Forest.
The capital city of London is often regarded as one of the world’s greatest cities, and is easily accessible for students at Surrey - just 34 minutes by train. London is a cultural hub of great food, exciting events and rich history. Enjoy a sightseeing tour to learn the layout of the city, visit a museum or see a world-renowned West End show.
"One place I particularly like is the lakeside because you can just sit there for a while, you can relax and empty your mind. It’s a very nice area to spend your time."
from Brunei studied Engineering, Science and Mathematics International Foundation Year