University of Bedfordshire

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The University of Bedfordshire is home to over 20,000 students from 120 different countries, emphasising their diverse international and multi-cultural learning opportunities. The University has four campuses located in Bedford, Luton, Milton Keynes and Aylesbury. They have great transport links to London, Oxford and Cambridge. Furthermore, the university also had one of 21 Business School’s in the UK that has been awarded the Bronze Award for start-up and business growth advice.

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Bedfordshire has a plethora of subjects in which they specialise in. From the Faculty of Education and Sport, To Computer Science and Technologies, it holds a rich heritage in educational history dating back over 200 years. To this day they are classified as one of the top 300 universities within the United Kingdom. They are currently stepping forward towards expanding educational opportunities for students who might not have the chance to participate in higher education and accept ethnicities from across the globe.

ABOUT THE CITY

Bedfordshire has a minor population of 617,000 and consists of a lovely riverside setting along with many opportunities to venture into central London with a time of just 30 minutes. Many attractions are available to discover within Bedfordshire, including the Woburn Safari Park and RAF Twinwood Farm. A place for the family to unlock new spaces of history and overall a great day out. The most famous of them all being the Chiltern Hills, represents itself as a national treasure with it’s rural landscapes and great scenery.

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Requirements

Grades

Students looking to study at the University of Aberdeen should expect to have a grade equivalent to 34+ in International Baccalaureate.

English Language

Students require an IELTS score of 6.0 for Undergraduate and 6.0 for Postgraduate.

Tuition fees

Students must be able to pay tuition fees ranging from 12,650-15,320 GBP.
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