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Study Across The Pond Canada Blog | Advice and guidance for Canadians wanting to study in Britain

Celebrating Bonfire Night in Glasgow

Posted by Ashley Farrell on Nov 12, 2018 12:00:00 PM

 

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Topics: Sightseeing, History, UK Study, Why study in the UK, Scotland, Student Ambassador

Day trips to inverness

Posted by Lauren Cameron on Nov 9, 2018 12:00:00 PM

Travelling To Inverness

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Topics: Castle, Sightseeing, scenery, UK Study, Why study in the UK, travel, Scotland, Student Ambassador

Studying education in the UK

Posted by Ashley Farrell on Nov 2, 2018 12:00:00 PM

A common question I get asked here is: why did you choose Scotland to study education? My answer is maybe a little more complicated than other international students, but it involves the coming together of a great programme and some family roots.

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Topics: Student Visa, UK Study, Master's, Why study in the UK, Scotland, postgraduate, Student, Student Ambassador, Graduate

Moving to London

Posted by Baltej Puneet Dhanoya on Oct 26, 2018 12:00:00 PM

Dreaming about this one stage in my life for the past few years and having it come to fruition as I arrived in London, this was a new beginning and chapter of my life. I know, it sounds pretty climatic and it was (I’d like to think so). While saying goodbyes to my family and friends was difficult, the biggest challenge in moving countries was surprisingly not obtaining the visa or the first few days at university – it was about my outlook on this new move. Personally, moving to London was more than just an educational decision, I wanted to study abroad for the memories and new experiences that it would entail. As such, I learned that you have to be genuinely excited and open for this new change!

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Topics: Sightseeing, solo, UK Study, Harry Potter, Why study in the UK, Law, finance, travel, Arrival, Student Ambassador, London

Goodbye Canada Hello United Kingdom

Posted by Jasmine Companion on Oct 10, 2018 12:00:00 PM

This blog entry is going to give you the basic guidelines of what to bring and expect when immigrating to the United Kingdom for your studies! Most importantly, I'm going to tell you about my experience the first few weeks of being in the UK.

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Topics: Castle, Sightseeing, scenery, History, UK Study, Edinburgh, Harry Potter, Why study in the UK, Arrival, Fresher's Week, Student Ambassador

First days in Edinburgh

Posted by Lauren Cameron on Oct 1, 2018 12:00:00 PM

Arriving in Scotland

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Topics: Castle, Sightseeing, scenery, UK Study, Edinburgh, Master's, Why study in the UK, Scotland, Arrival, Fresher's Week, Student Ambassador, Graduate

First days At Strathclyde

Posted by Ashley Farrell on Sep 27, 2018 12:00:00 PM

What was it like to arrive in the UK? Was the visa easy or more complicated?

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Topics: Castle, Sightseeing, scenery, UK Study, Master's, Why study in the UK, travel, Scotland, postgraduate, Arrival, Student Ambassador, Graduate

Working in the UK

Posted by Loleini Williams on Aug 18, 2018 1:35:46 PM

Working in the UK

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Topics: part-time work, UK Study, Why study in the UK, Law, money, travel, Classes, National Insurance Number, Student Ambassador, London

Surviving Your Dissertation

Posted by Hayley Fortini on Aug 1, 2018 9:00:00 AM

Starting your Master's is a big step and is an exciting new chapter in your life, but the work and stress that can come along with it can be demanding at times! For me, even though I am in a course-based program I am still required to write a 15,000-18,000-word dissertation now that my classes are done. I am only a few months away from submitting (yay!) and thought I would share some helpful tips that have allowed me to stay focused and on-track so far!

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Topics: UK Study, dissertation, Why study in the UK

5 reasons You Should Study in Wales

Posted by Mackenzie Glachan, ATP Advisor on Apr 12, 2018 10:03:00 AM

Wales is a beautiful and seriously underrated country! Read on for ATP’s top five reasons you should study in Wales.

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Topics: Wales, Sightseeing, scenery, UK Study, Why study in the UK, travel