We create safe environments that enables international students to flourish, broaden their outlook and enjoy the cultural experiences the UK and its school's, universities and colleges have to offer, along with providing reassurance and confidence for their families.
Our goal is to make life as easy, enjoyable and safe as possible for our overseas students. As experts with over 30 years experience in student welfare, we are the 1st choice for families to ensure their child achieves all they set out to.
Families from across the world use our services because they trust us. We are 100% client focused and are here for students and their families to make life in the UK a positive experience. We help international students fulfil their potential.
The UK is one of the safest countries in the world but as with most places, there are a number of risks that exist everywhere. Whether external risks, ranging from becoming a victim of crime, problems with accommodation, or the risks that come with new freedoms, such as alcohol or illicit drugs to simply becoming homesick and isolated from friends and families, the world can be more challenging than a young person recognises.
Student Safety UK is chosen by families from all over the world to provide care, professional support, guidance and reassurance for students miles away from home, their family and friends, as well as that all important support network young people rely on to get through difficult times and crisis. We are here when you can't be.
We believe that everyone is different and that’s why we don’t offer a ready-made package solution, but provide a personalised care plan that is designed to meet the student’s needs, safeguarding their safety, well being and personal welfare throughout their time here in the UK. Our goal is to ensure each of our students fulfill their potential delivering unrivaled support, guidance and advice. Under our guidance, students will achieve and succeed in life.
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Students on all university courses in England will return "no earlier than 17 May", the government has announced. About a million students, taking courses taught online since Christmas, will be able to go back to university campuses. Since the start of the year, only students on hands-on courses have been allowed in-person teaching.READ MORE
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