Studying in the UK and elsewhere around the world by Dr. Elizabeth Adey

Applications to top UK universities require you to prepare a well-thought-through personal statement (letter of motivation) around one page in length. Applicants for Oxford, Cambridge and for courses like medicine, have additional admissions tests that they must sit in order to be considered for a place. All UCAS applicants need a reference from a teacher and are required to provide administrative details as part of their application. Uni Direct is a registered UCAS centre and helps students complete their forms correctly.
Studying in the UK at Top level universities, and courses like medicine, also involve interviews of prospective students. Interviews for international students usually take place online.

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