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Best Money Saving Offers

Discounts are a key feature of student life in the UK. Once upon a time you needed a student card to access the best ones, now though you can access some great money saving offers for free. Here are five of the best ones 10% of your food and groceries  This one is a no-brainer,


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15 British Slang Words and Phrases Every International Student Should Know

UK slang can be difficult for international students to master. Even students who are from English-speaking countries can have trouble getting a grasp on the words and phrases that are exclusive to Britain. If you’re feeling lost, here are some common slang words and phrases that you may hear popping up in conversations. Alright? Almost


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Make the most of your time in the UK

  Self Study Outside of your first few weeks at University you might find that contact hours are relatively low and the expectation is that you engage in a lot of self-study, in between your more structured contact hours at University. We recently surveyed hundreds of our international students and 70% of respondents had less


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Freshers Week

Freshers’ can be a pretty intense period. If you make the most of it though it can really set you up for your first year at University. Here’s our advice on making the most of your freshers’. Meet as many people as possible  Freshers’ week is the most socially acceptable week of the year to


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5 tips for success

UK Guarantor recently asked hundreds of international students who had spent at least a year in the UK about their experience of studying the in UK and the key pieces of advice they would offer to new students. Arriving in the UK The best way of spending the first few days is exploring the city.


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Searching for Accommodation

If you are finding the prospect of moving to the UK daunting and have left finding your accommodation to the last minute read our short guide, which should give you all of the basic information you need to find a place to live. Types of accommodation The first thing you need to decide is whether


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Moving to the UK

As ‘A’ Level results day approaches and you start to plan your move to the UK, we thought we would share some advice from international students who have been studying in the UK for a few years. We recently surveyed our customers to find out some of the key things they learned during their time


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Top 5 Alternative Places To Visit In The UK

London, Edinburgh, Bath, Oxford. Sure these cities are beautiful and great places to visit, but they’re pricey and at times can seem overrun with tourists. If you’re looking to explore more of the country, but away from the typical sightseeing hotspots, why not try somewhere a little cheaper and off the beaten track – you’d


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Five Useful Resources for International Students Coming to the UK

http://www.prepareforsuccess.org.uk/ This website has been created by UKCISA (the UK Council for International Student Affairs). They are effectively an organisation set up to support international students. www.prepareforsuccess.co.uk is an online tool which has been developed to help international students prepare for aspects of UK University study that may be different to what they may be


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Top 12 discounts for international students

Once you gain the status of student in the UK, you benefit from various discounts on different products which can be accessed by showing your student card or (inputting your NUS number if you are shopping online). Bearing this in mind can be quite useful especially when trying to save money. These are our top



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