22 May 2020
SI-UK, a global education agency that helps international students apply to UK universities, entered into a strategic partnership with Times Higher Education, a leading provider of higher education data, rankings and information in the world and in the UK.
The Partnership which was announced on May 21 will benefit millions of prospective and existing international students who regularly access SI-UK and THE websites for information and support to study in the UK. The combined resources of SI-UK and THE will help numerous international students receive free placement support and consultation services enabling them to make the right choices when deciding to study abroad in the UK.
Dwayne Gallagher, Co-founder and Managing Director of SI-UK said: "SI-UK is thrilled to be partnering with THE to provide full student placement services globally. With 47 offices in 23 countries, we are able to offer a truly global understanding of international student needs and ensure the best possible outcome for their studies. That is something that is more important now than ever. There is no doubt the partnership with THE is the most exciting we have ever had the fortune of co-developing, and we are certain this will have a significant and positive effect on the industry as a whole''.
Paul Howarth, CEO at THE commented: “Alongside SI-UK’s industry leading expertise in student consultancy and placement services, this marks a really exciting juncture for the business as we look to significantly grow our consumer offer at a time where the whole industry needs to come together to support the continued mobility of students across the world.”
A free webinar on ‘International Students in the UK and Covid-19: What Happens Next’ will be held on May 27, to mark the start of this partnership where students will have an opportunity to ask questions directly from UK higher education experts and gain clarity over education prospects in the UK in the prevailing times.
To learn more about education in the UK and the latest updates with regard to UK universities and Coronavirus (Covid-19), attend the SI-UK University Fair Online on Saturday, June 13 and meet over 80 UK universities directly to get answers to all your queries regarding Autumn 2020/21 Entry.
I got to know about UEA by looking at university rankings tables. From this, I started contacting UEA students over Instagram and Facebook and I was happy to receive positive reviews. I was nervous prior to starting my studies, but university staff helped me find accommodation. I found that there was support on campus such as free language classes and there were a lot of events happening for students to become familiar with the university.
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