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University of Sheffield International College unveils Dentistry pathway

By Global Study Abroad, Singapore 17 July 2018 University of Sheffield International College (USIC) unveils a new Biological and Life Sciences foundation pathway route for students to pursue a Bachelor’s degree in Dental Surgery at the University of Sheffield campus, come September 2018.      In this pathway, students will study core modules consisting of


From Conversation – “Embracing Diversity” (An interview with Jane Elliot)

By Global Study Abroad, Singapore Published on 13 July 2018 “Embracing Diversity” Kings Education Special During the USA Education Seminar on 9th June, we had a chance to talk to Ms Jane Elliott to find out what Kings Education has to offer and her views of studying abroad. Ms Jane Elliott is the Regional Manager


Fast Track Your Way to University of Sheffield

By Global Study Abroad, Singapore   Can’t get direct admittance into University? Sign up for courses at the University of Sheffield!   What are foundation/pre masters courses? For students who do not meet the entry requirements to gain direct admittance into their desired undergraduate/graduate degree programmes, you can take a foundation/pre masters course before progressing


Poly Diploma to Degree

By Global Study Abroad, Singapore   A Poly diploma holder is valued based on his/her practical skills and niche subject-based knowledge. However, getting a Bachelor’s degree can open more doors for you. Here at Global Study Abroad we work with students to create the most suitable education plan based on each individual’s needs and goals.


5 Reasons Why You Should Choose Community College

    By Global Study Abroad, Singapore (Updated 03 January 2018)   Did you know that A levels is not the only way to get into a good university? What if you can graduate earlier without even taking O levels? There are many ways to get into university and one of them is through community


IELTS, TOEFL or PTE? Which English Proficiency Test suits you the best

    By Global Study Abroad, Singapore (Updated 13 December 2017)   Applying to universities abroad can be daunting, but if you are looking to further your education in English-speaking countries and English is not your first language, then you will have an extra hoop to jump through. Most institutions will require you to take


100% progression for Singaporean students at University of Sheffield for past three years!

    By Global Study Abroad, Singapore (Updated 13 December 2017)   University of Sheffield has been popular with Singaporean students who are seeking a highly ranked university degree in a big UK city (Sheffield is the 3rd largest city in United Kingdom) that is affordable. Singaporean students will require excellent A-level results to apply


Colorado State University – Enter a Top Tier University through Pathway and Direct entry

    By Global Study Abroad, Singapore (Updated 01 December 2017)   Founded in 1870 as the Colorado Agricultural College, Colorado State University is now among the nation’s leading research universities. Its world-class research in infectious disease, atmospheric science, clean energy technologies, environmental science, and biomedical technology attracted more than $300 million in research funding


Scholarship and Bursary for Bellerbys College, time is running out

By Global Study Abroad, Singapore (Updated 22 November 2017)   Bellerbys College’s intake for January 2018, April 2018 and September 2018 is open. Apply using your preliminary results to secure a place without your actual results. Although the Early Bird Discount is over for the January 2018 intake, you will still be eligible for £4,000


Limited places left for Durham University Foundation Studies

By Global Study Abroad, Singapore (Updated 09 November 2017)   Due to ongoing capacity limitations at Durham University International Study Centre (ISC) for the January 2018 intake, a “request-to-confirm” policy for all offer-holding and future applying students is being implemented. First-come-first-serve basis. New applications will continue to be processed until full, but the request-to-confirm rule