Times Higher Education have just published their Student Experience Survey. Accompanying it they have articles which delve into various topics and issues which students face when deciding where to study.

Stephen Petty, author of the article “Sixth sense – or how to choose the best courses” approached Go Enrol for a comment about which factors play a role in determining which university an international student will apply for. Go Enrol, CEO, Stephen Parkes commented that:

…while the cachet of studying in the UK used to be enough, many students now want to study at a university that is familiar to their employers and to their social circle at home.

Mr. Petty made many other suggestions and observations which we agree with in his article, such as location being important and the value of being able to visit the university before applying.

If you are looking for courses in the UK, please see Go Enrol’s search page or if you are looking for more personal advise we offer a consulting service.

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