INTO is dedicated to providing world-class experiences to international students looking for support and preparation leading to top UK universities. INTO have 12 modern study centres offering our students’ excellent educational environments in either campus based universities or cosmopolitan city centre locations.
Choose from A-levels, foundation, international year one, graduate diploma, pre-masters or an English language course to help prepare you for study at one of 11 partner universities or a study centre which opens doors to over 90+ institutions.
Fully accredited by university partners, INTO courses provide assured progression upon successful completion of your INTO programme and meeting the progression standards for your chosen degree. Now celebrating their 10th anniversary, INTO have helped more than 50,000 students take the next step to achieving their potential.
INTO provides top level support for students. Before arriving students are given all the information needed to prepare for study at INTO centres and for adapting to UK life. An airport pickup service will take you to your INTO accommodation prior to starting your course and in each centre a dedicated student service team of 1 member of staff to 9 students will help you settle into study.
As an INTO student, you receive a university student card once you register which provides you with access to on campus facilities of partner universities as well as those within INTO centres.
INTO offers its own student accommodation on the campus of partner universities or in city locations close to an INTO centre. Catering to different styles and needs, INTO offer:
All accommodation offers 24 hour internet access, laundry facilities and social spaces.
INTO has centres at the following locations:
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