Here are some of the most popular questions about the application process to the UK that we receive at Across The Pond...
One of the most common concerns Canadian students have about studying in the UK is the grading scheme, which varies considerably from the Canadian system. Indeed, navigating the UK grades can be challenging. But don't despair! Once you understand the basics, entry requirements and the grades you receive while a student make much more sense.
Are you stuck on where to start in your UK university application? Fear not! We have listed some helpful tips for you to keep note of when applying to study in the UK.
While the vast majority of scholarships for universities are administered directly by specific departments within the universities themselves, external scholarships exist that can be applied for in order to assist your Master’s studies.
First-hand knowledge of another culture can be crucial in business. If you’re looking to study an International Management Degree, you’re already aware of this.
London is one of the best settings in the world for studying, but why?
Statistics now prove that we, as Canadians, absolutely love the idea of living and studying abroad in London. In fact, last year there were more than 6,000 Canadian students enrolled in universities in the UK, and why wouldn't they?
One of the most common questions Canadian students ask our Across the Pond advisors is how to fund their degree. Here are some of the most frequent questions regarding financial aid and UK university funding options available for you:
Struggling to decide whether to study your Master's in Britain or Canada? Take this quiz to see whether temporarily moving to the UK will be the best move for your career...
Sometimes studying abroad can seem daunting. We know, we’ve all been there...
It can help to hear some stories of studying in the UK from former students. So here are some firsthand accounts from students who went through the Across the Pond process and have completed or are in the midst of completing their degrees in the UK.