Peter Muncey will visit SI-UK Chennai office so that he can meet SI-UK Surrey offer holders and talk to them and answer any questions they may have. He will be also glad to see any future prospective students for Surrey.
The University of Surrey is a campus university located in south west London and a member of the Russell Group, an organisation who represent 24 of the UK’s leading universities. The University of Surrey was named ‘University of the Year 2015-2016’ in the Times & Sunday Times University Guide. There are currently almost 15,000 students enrolled at two campuses in Stag Hill and Manor Park from 120 different countries, making it one of the most international universities in the UK.
In addition to being named University of the Year, Surrey also excelled in a number of other areas. Exceptional results were seen in student satisfaction, rising entry standards and a high employment rate. The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2016 praised the University of Surrey for being one of “the most innovative universities in the UK: reducing its dependence on state funding, investing £400m to develop the campus in Guildford, and launching a joint venture in China.”
The University of Surrey also has a Professional Training placement programme. It boasts over 2,300 partners across the globe and provides opportunities for students to out their skills into practice and to experience a real working environment.
Students who are interested in studying with this university should contact the SI-UK Chennai office to reserve a 20 minute private interview with the University Representative. Please bring any supporting documents with you.Our contact details are: 044-4510-8282; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org We are looking forward to seeing you.
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