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What can you do with a computer science degree?

Submitted by seeta.bhardwa@… on Thu, 09/29/2022 - 09:34

What can you do with a computer science degree? 

Graduates of computer science degrees can pursue careers in many different fields including software engineering, website development, programming and information security. With skills ranging from programming languages to report writing, the skills you will learn in this degree can be applied to many job roles, including: 

Everything you need to know about studying in Canada

Submitted by Joy.Hunter@tim… on Thu, 05/19/2022 - 09:11

Canada is a popular study destination for many international students, and with good reason.

With 10 provinces and three territories spanning majority French-speaking Quebec on the Atlantic east coast to British Columbia bordering the Pacific Ocean, Canada is known as a multicultural country with a diverse heritage. As well as regularly being ranked among the best nations in the world for quality of life, Canada also has a global reputation for academic excellence.

Everything you need to know about studying in the UK

Submitted by Joy.Hunter@tim… on Thu, 05/12/2022 - 10:24

Key points for stydying in the UK

1. How many universities are there in the UK?

2. How does the British university system work?

3. How do you apply to study in the UK?

4. What kinds of universities are there in the UK?

5. How is Oxbridge different to other universities?

6. Do I need an English language test to study in the UK?

7. How much does it cost to study in the UK?

8. What scholarships are available for international students in the UK?

9. How do I apply for a student visa in the UK?

What happens after you submit your Ucas application?

Submitted by seeta.bhardwa@… on Thu, 01/27/2022 - 16:04

You’ve just submitted your Ucas application form and breathed a sigh of relief that you’re one step closer to embarking on a life of seminars, lectures and independence in September. But what do the next eight months have in store?

Here is a step-by-step breakdown of the next stages in the life cycle of a prospective student, from awaiting university offers to collecting exam results and exploring clearing and adjustment.

How to survive A-level results day

Submitted by seeta.bhardwa@… on Fri, 08/06/2021 - 12:40

In a few weeks, thousands of students will receive their A-level results. If you’re one of them, you’re probably going to be feeling a bit nervous right now. You may be feeling confident about your results, which is great, but you can take away some of the stress by researching all your options. If you’re prepared, you can make sure that you make the best decisions, no matter what happens on the day.

How to choose a university agent: five top tips

Submitted by Joy.Hunter@tim… on Fri, 04/30/2021 - 11:44

A university agent guides you through the entire process of choosing and applying to university, from helping you with your college application to assisting with visas, travel and accommodation. They can be a great resource for students, especially any international students daunted by all process of applying to university in a different country.

IELTS, TOEFL, PTE or Duolingo? Your guide to English language proficiency tests

Submitted by Joy.Hunter@tim… on Fri, 04/09/2021 - 11:17

If you’re applying to an English-speaking university as a non-native speaker, it’s highly likely you’ll have to take an English language proficiency test. The most commonly accepted tests include the IELTS Academic, TOEFL, PTE and Duolingo English Test (DET).