Road map? Check. Food & Snacks? Check. Travel accessories? Check. But what about the list of places you could visit while studying in the UK? The United Kingdom is full of breathtaking places. While studying in the UK, exploring places can be exciting and act as a source of knowledge about their history, culture, businesses, and tra...
Cybersecurity is an essential part of technological growth that acts as a protective system against malicious attacks.
With the COVID-19 vaccine being tested across various places in the UK, the government has come up with a happy promise for its international students.
Art museums and theatre plays, themed cafes, legendary music, quiet canals, a criss-cross culture, culinary quirks, and an amicable atmosphere.
The University of Plymouth, England has introduced new scholarships for students to encourage them in pursuing business-related programs.
Interact with UK university representatives at AECC Global's GVEF and learn how you can move forward with your UK educational goals.
The UK government was delighted to inform an early opening of the new immigration route for its international students.
Congratulations on having decided to study in the UK! Education in the United Kingdom offers excellent learning opportunities and provides you with a fantastic study and living experience.
With the UK proposing to start classes on campus by introducing a blended form of learning which is inclusive of both online and face to face learning earlier this week, a recent survey has suggested that most universities prefer online courses to that of the other.
While studying on campus still appears to be a far fetched dream for many international students, “The University of Nottingham” in the UK has paved the way for the first set of international students to resume their study at the University.
The UK government has confirmed that the International students will be eligible to apply for their post-study work visa after graduating, provided they are back onshore by April 2021.
Are you aware of the latest policy changes which have happened in the UK Higher Education Sector?