There is a lot to consider before you travel to the UK for study. Learn how we can give you support and advice every step of the way, from pre-departure briefings to pastoral care once you've arrived.
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UK universities are inclusive places that are equally welcoming to disabled and non-disabled students. They are legally required not to discriminate against disabled students and to make all facilities on campus accessible to all.
There’s a wide variety of safe and modern accommodation on offer for students in the UK and you’ll find a good range of living options no matter which university you choose to study at.
Education agents can help you find the right university, college or school in the UK and assist you with applying for a course.
There are lots of options available to international students who want to stay and work in the UK after their studies.
With so many world class universities in the UK and innovative courses to develop your knowledge and critical thinking, you will gain the skills qualifications and confidence needed to choose your own path.
Come and meet the British Council and many of the UK's universities face-to-face. We organise regular events in more than 40 countries where you can find out more about the unique study opportunities and experience you will gain in the UK.