University of Surrey International Study Centre
Learn all you need to know about life at the International Study Centre by reading Anita’s helpful blog. Discover how Anita made friends from all over the world, as well as her tips on how to succeed in class and what to pack.
Are you getting ready to join us and want to know what it’s like at the International Study Centre? We talk to Copter from Thailand about his time studying with us: from how he developed as a person to getting to know the staff. Read his blog to find out more.
Have you ever thought about doing an internship whilst at university? Read our latest blog to discover more about what an internship is, the benefits of doing one, and the opportunities available for you at the University of Surrey.
Physics is an exciting and varied subject with lots of different specialisms – so you’re sure to find something which matches your interests and career ambitions. If you want to learn more about the different types of physics degrees, read our helpful blog.
If you’ve got a scientific mind and want to spend your time at university learning more about the world through science, this blog can help you to find the best degree for you. Whether you want to learn how the world works with physics or study the environmental impacts of science – find out about the different types of science degrees you could study.
There are many benefits of a Masters degree for international students. From gaining specialist subject knowledge to improving your subject knowledge, discover why you should study a Masters in the UK at the University of Surrey International Study Centre.
There are many reasons to study a chemical engineering degree. This developing industry changes lives, and the planet, every day. A career in chemical engineering can be lucrative, challenging and will equip you with many transferable skills.
Biomedical science is a varied and exciting degree that can offer the skills for a career in science – but what can you do with a biomedical science degree? Check out possible career options, as well as all the skills you'll learn, in our helpful blog.
We've put together a quick round-up of the top tips for international students with advice to help you get prepared to study abroad in the UK and to make your transition to university life that much easier.
When it comes to choosing your degree course, there is so much to consider when deciding which course to take. Check out our list of the highest paying degrees in the UK before you begin your adventure at the International Study Centre.
Every year students across the globe enrich their academic experience by studying overseas. Why? Well, gaining a world class education from a top university is certainly one of the main reasons why you should study abroad. But it is only one of the many ways that international study can benefit you and your career.
Completing your programme at the International Study Centre is only the beginning of your exciting journey in the UK. Have the best overall student experience at the University of Surrey with our tips.
Moving to study abroad in the UK can be both exciting and nerve-wracking. To help you feel more prepared, here are some things to know about your new home.
New students joining the International Foundation Year and Pre-Masters programme will have the opportunity to apply for one of over 50 university scholarship places.
Give your career a competitive advantage with a nationally recognised employability programme at the University of Surrey.
Bring your degree into life and stand out from the competition to employers with the placement programme.
The University of Surrey International Study Centre launches three new course pathways, perfect for students needing extra support.
The University of Surrey wins The Datapoints Merit Award
The recently released The Times and Sunday Times and Times Higher Education league tables show continued excellence.
The University of Surrey has announced exciting changes for students progressing from the International Study Centre.
The University of Surrey receives the highest recognition from the new Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF).