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28/09/2015
Surrey, University of

When considering doing postgraduate study – I knew there were a few options on the table. I could stay in the United States and pursue a 2-year Masters degree, or I could move abroad and complete my Masters in 1 year. Plus, I’d have the unforgettable opportunity to move to a different country at least once in my lifetime! The answer was simple for me. As someone who had always wanted...

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Post date: 28 September 2015 - 4:51pm
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25/09/2015
Surrey, University of

​I am Holly, an Undergraduate Computing student from Bellevue, Washington. I was born in California, but have spent most of my life in Washington. If you know anything about Washington, I pretty much fit the stereotype. Rain, hippies, and Starbucks run the state. The Seahawks are the best “American” football team, and we will win the Super Bowl again one day.

I grew up with English...

Nid: 10001
Post date: 25 September 2015 - 6:25pm
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07/08/2015
Worcester, University of

Psychology and Sociology

I always knew I wanted to go to England but living and being a student at the University of Worcester has gone above my expectations. Every day I learn something new about life and myself. Worcester is perfect, it has just the right amount of character to make you feel at home and the campus is just the right size that you can become comfortable with your...

Nid: 9927
Post date: 7 August 2015 - 4:29pm
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26/07/2015
York, University of

I can’t thank Across the Pond enough for guiding me through my decision to study abroad in the UK. I was looking for a career change, and decided that I wanted to pursue a full-time master’s abroad first. I knew I wanted to go to the UK due to the high standards for education, the language, and since the postgraduate degrees take around half the time than in the US, but knew little else....

Nid: 9913
Post date: 28 July 2015 - 4:59pm
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02/06/2015
Sheffield, University of
What was it like to settle in to your university?

Settling into Sheffield was a piece of cake. The university provides loads of activities to help you meet people, and the people living here are very friendly and helpful. It's also pretty easy to navigate around the city.

What is the town/city like?

Sheffield is definitely a city, but it's also super green and very close to the...

Nid: 9816
Post date: 9 June 2015 - 8:23pm
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18/05/2015

When I decided to apply to grad school, I basically had no idea what I was doing or how to start the process. I did, however, know that I wanted to go somewhere in the UK. I have always been addicted to travel and was (and still am) a self-proclaimed anglophile, so it seemed a natural choice to study in England. I cannot express enough how lucky I was to find Study Across the Pond. They...

Nid: 9796
Post date: 22 May 2015 - 7:09pm
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23/04/2015
Leicester, University of

·  What was it like to settle in to your university? 

When I first arrived in Leicester, I was nervous about settling in to my new home. However, I found it was pretty easy to adjust to my new settings. I arrived early to attend the International Student Welcome Programme, which I thought was very useful. It was nice to arrive earlier than the rest of the students so that I could...

Nid: 9767
Post date: 24 April 2015 - 8:28pm
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20/04/2015
Aberystwyth University

•   What was it like to settle in to your university?

Settling into the university was pretty easy. I’d been to the UK a lot before I started school, and the country isn’t so different from home. My flatmates were great, too, so that helped. Aberystwyth is a small town and doesn’t take long to feel comfortable with.

•   What is the town/city like?

Aberystwyth is really a...

Nid: 9766
Post date: 24 April 2015 - 8:25pm
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09/04/2015
Swansea University

What are you studying?

            I am a postgraduate studying Abnormal and Clinical Psychology at Swansea University.

 

Why did you choose your university?

            In addition to Swansea, I received acceptance letters from the universities of Stirling, Durham, and York. It was a difficult decision to pick which school I ultimately wanted to pursue my degree...

Nid: 9749
Post date: 10 April 2015 - 2:40pm
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31/03/2015
Kingston University

What was it like to settle in to your university? 

Settling in at Kingston University was a very easy transition. The shuttle service picked us up at the airport and dropped us off at the accommodation. The town of Kingston upon Thames has all the stores you need to buy the essentials for living. Also the university has Orientation events so you can meet new people.

 

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Nid: 9740
Post date: 2 April 2015 - 9:19pm
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11/03/2015
Swansea University

I never could have dreamed I would be attending university for a postgraduate degree at the age of 35!  I was so nervous and anxious in the months leading up to my September departure...I had never been out of the United States before, and here I was moving to the UK for a year!  I am so incredibly happy I have had the opportunity to be a student at Swansea University in Swansea, Wales, to...

Nid: 9700
Post date: 16 March 2015 - 7:11pm
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02/03/2015
Queen Mary University

•    What was it like to settle in to your university? 

Settling into QMUL was relatively easy.  The hardest part was missing home, but the school had plenty of activities to ease us into living at university. They had talks about how studying in the UK is, information about working in the UK, and about stuff to do in the area, among others.  They also had events to join into like a...

Nid: 9679
Post date: 9 March 2015 - 6:07pm
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03/03/2015
University of Southampton

I have always wanted to live abroad and when the opportunity to pursue my Master's in the UK became possible, I realized the idea and application were drastically different. Across the Pond was integral in my acceptance and success as both a student and transplant. 

I decided to pursue a Master's in the Applied Linguistics program at the University of Southampton because I wanted a...

Nid: 9678
Post date: 9 March 2015 - 6:01pm
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01/03/2015
Newcastle University

Coming to the UK for university was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. Although going to another country as an undergraduate seems like a huge challenge, it didn’t seem that way at all for me. Settling in to Newcastle, I received a warm Geordie welcome, plus a lot of useful information for international students – for example, how to set up a bank account, register for a GP, and more...

Nid: 9677
Post date: 9 March 2015 - 5:58pm
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28/02/2015
York, University of

•   What was it like to settle in to your university? 

At first it's a very overwhelming feeling. You finally get in your room after a plane, a train, a bus, or any combination of the three. Honestly, it can be difficult, especially if you don't know anyone. I liked that York had resources for international students, things like recycled plates and kitchenware from previous residents,...

Nid: 9676
Post date: 9 March 2015 - 5:53pm
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03/03/2015

•    What was it like to settle in to your university? 

Settling into King’s was pretty difficult for me. It took me the majority if not all of my first semester to really adjust to not only my life in London but also the academic rigor of my program. One of the biggest shocks for me was getting used to the UK education system, having been brought up in the US for all of my formal...

Nid: 9675
Post date: 9 March 2015 - 5:35pm
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17/02/2015
Falmouth University

•   What was it like to settle in to your university? 

When I first arrived to Falmouth University I felt welcomed. The university prepares an international student week to welcome all their international students, show us around campus, meet our tutors, they hold different activities and events so we can get to know each other. This was extremely helpful because we got a chance to get...

Nid: 9661
Post date: 20 February 2015 - 8:40pm
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17/02/2015
What was it like to settle in to your university?

Having never been to the UK (or even out of the country) before, the first couple of weeks were pretty tough. Fortunately, my uni had a Fresher’s Week fair the first week or two, which had all sorts of events to help you get settled and meet new people. There were free student tours around the city, to help you get acquainted with your...

Nid: 9660
Post date: 20 February 2015 - 8:37pm
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17/02/2015
Newcastle University
What was it like to settle in to your university? 

Newcastle University has an International Welcome Week one week before Freshers events begin. There were not many planned events during the first week so after I was shown to my dorm room, I was able to unpack and settle in at my own pace. A welcome packet full of information was left on my desk. It contained a copy of the student pamphlet...

Nid: 9659
Post date: 20 February 2015 - 8:25pm
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17/02/2015
University of Lincoln

Deciding to study abroad to earn my masters degree was the biggest decision of my life. It was also the best. This experience is one that I certainly will never forget. Settling in was easier than I expected. At the University of Lincoln, we had a week of different welcoming orientations relating to your specific course, sport societies, clubs and other organisations, and information...

Nid: 9658
Post date: 20 February 2015 - 8:16pm
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14/01/2015
UCFB

BA (Hons) Football Business & Media student - Faye Orme

 

Faye has embraced the work experience opportunities that she has undertaken. She has always had a passion and interest in football, which influenced her choice to study at UCFB.

 

To date, Faye has gained work experience with Stockport County Football Club, The Lancashire Telegraph, Chorley Football Club...

Nid: 9589
Post date: 14 January 2015 - 4:50pm
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12/12/2014
Oxford Brookes University

I was researching degrees that I was interested in, and Biotech was the main thing that I had been considering. Brookes offered the degree, and when I saw that it was in Oxford I was just like ‘Oh this is perfect, I would love to live in that city’. I love the architecture of the city – absolutely beautiful, it’s a wonderful place

In the UK you get a lot more research...

Nid: 9497
Post date: 13 December 2014 - 12:04am
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12/12/2014
Oxford Brookes University

 

I had lived in the United States all my life and I wanted to reach out and experience new culture, meet new people.  Brookes is known for bringing in a lot of international students and … even within our course we have 25 different nationalities, so that was really cool, and I thought it would be a great experience to just broaden my perspectives on the world and just learn from...

Nid: 9496
Post date: 12 December 2014 - 11:55pm
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23/10/2014
Durham University

Jen Bergevin

New Jersey

Durham University

MA Museum and Artefact Studies

 

"Deciding to study in the UK has been one of the most rewarding decisions I have made. Studying abroad for my master's degree opened up a myriad of opportunities to meet new people from many different countries and backgrounds and allowed me to take time to explore some amazing places...

Nid: 9434
Post date: 23 October 2014 - 6:21pm
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02/09/2014
Nottingham, The University of

‘I chose Nottingham because of its excellent academic reputation and its central location, with good connecting services to the continent as well as around the UK. Studying in the UK is so different in many ways to studying in the US: the grading system, the types of examinations and course work required. I found the transition quite difficult, but find I learn better, more quickly, and feel...

Nid: 9371
Post date: 2 September 2014 - 7:36pm
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02/09/2014
Nottingham, The University of

Eric Tetteh Boye Lomotey, USA

Doctorate in Forensic Psychology, 2012/13

Winner of USA Masters Scholarship

"I chose to study at Nottingham because I believe the University best fits my idea of a higher education institution, with lecturers who are driven to teach based on the passion they possess for their respective fields. Within my program I have had the pleasure of...

Nid: 9370
Post date: 2 September 2014 - 7:33pm
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01/09/2014
Brunel University

Country: USA
Course: MA Design Strategy and Innovation

Why did you decide to study at Brunel?

After studying abroad in London previously, I fell in love with Britain. I knew I wanted to come back to study further and was searching for a course that would appropriately couple my Industrial and Interaction Design Undergraduate Degree from Syracuse University in NY. Always...

Nid: 9364
Post date: 1 September 2014 - 8:36pm
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01/09/2014
Brunel University

Country: USA
Course: MA Children, Youth and International Development

Why did you decide to study at Brunel?

The Masters in Children, Youth and International Development suited my interests and passions better than any other programme I had seen. The campus setting of the University, as well as the high level of international student enrollment, served to further encourage...

Nid: 9363
Post date: 1 September 2014 - 8:31pm
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01/09/2014
Falmouth University

Course: BA(Hons) Film
Home country: USA
Age: 24

Why Falmouth?

I chose Falmouth University for film as I have always been interested in the production and understanding of making and watching movies. Falmouth fit into my dual interest in cinema as the course is designed to be a collection of both theory and practice.

What was the most difficult thing about being...

Nid: 9362
Post date: 1 September 2014 - 7:14pm
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01/09/2014
Falmouth University

Course: BA(Hons) Film
Home country: USA
Age: 35

Why Falmouth?

Recommended by a friend who interviewed at Falmouth.

What was the most difficult thing about being an international student?

While of course it was difficult being an ocean away from family and friends and familiarities (like the differences in driving), I think something that I didn't expect...

Nid: 9361
Post date: 1 September 2014 - 7:10pm
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15/04/2014
Queen Mary University London

My experience with Study Across the Pond has been an amazing one! I came across the website during my initial search of the different universities around the UK. After I had completed my undergraduate studies in the US, I knew that I wanted to study abroad in the UK. I got in touch with Leah Rogers and she was very helpful! She answered all of my questions about the different partner...

Nid: 9241
Post date: 8 May 2014 - 11:58am
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14/04/2014
Roehampton, University of

Choosing to study abroad and complete my masters degree in a different country was the most nerve racking, but most exciting decision of my life. One that I will never forget! Studying at Roehampton University, London, has been the best experience and has opened my eyes to a new world. Upon arriving at the university there was a welcome orientation and getting settled in was very easy and...

Nid: 9240
Post date: 8 May 2014 - 11:55am
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14/04/2014
Middlesex University

I first discovered Across the Pond while attempting to apply to post-graduate programmes in London on my own, by simply searching “studying in London” in an Internet search. When the site popped up I thought I would give it a try, and am thankful every single day that I sent that email asking for more information.

Before getting in contact with Across the Pond, and more specifically,...

Nid: 9219
Post date: 14 April 2014 - 4:13pm
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31/03/2014
Lincoln, University of

I was on the fence about graduate school ever since I completed my undergraduate degree. After exploring a few options that didn't feel "quite right" a colleague jokingly suggested I apply to grad school in the UK. I didn't waste any time! I jumped on my computer and instantly found Across the Pond. I sent an inquiry email and got a response from Leah within a few hours. From that very first...

Nid: 9218
Post date: 14 April 2014 - 4:04pm
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28/03/2014
York, University of

What is it like arriving in the UK?

There are some big projects when first moving to the UK.  I live off campus so some of them won't apply to students living in university accommodation.  Get started on getting a UK bank account right away, you will need a letter from the University verifying your enrolment which takes a few days.  My next big step was figuring out how to transfer a...

Nid: 9217
Post date: 14 April 2014 - 3:53pm
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05/09/2014
Aberystwyth University

I chose to study at Aberystwyth University because it is a partner with my home University. Their drama program is well reputed and offers applied theatre courses which my home Univerity did not. The modules I have taken this term are wonderful and the department and its staff have all been welcoming and accomodating. The University is great, the diversity and amount of extra curricular...

Nid: 9216
Post date: 14 April 2014 - 3:38pm
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25/03/2014
Falmouth University

Why Falmouth?

While on my hunt in finding the most suitable foundation course for me, I carried a mental checklist of must haves for the university I would end up attending. The student work had to be really good, as it’s a reflection of not only the students but of the teachers educating them. The location had to be nowhere close to home! My wanderlust forbade that so my...

Nid: 9198
Post date: 25 March 2014 - 7:12pm
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25/03/2014
Falmouth University

Why Falmouth?

As a kid, my Dad took me traveling with him a lot. At the age of 9 he took me to visit England, France, Germany, and Switzerland. I loved Europe and knew someday I wanted to experience living here. As an undergraduate I did a summer abroad in Florence, Italy with the Fashion Department, although I was an Illustration Major, I took the course as an elective. Now as...

Nid: 9197
Post date: 25 March 2014 - 7:04pm
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10/02/2014
Newcastle University

Studying in the UK has been a wonderful experience. I chose Newcastle University in Newcastle, England as my uni of choice. This has turned out to be an excellent decision as The Toon (Newcastle) is a beautiful city. Everything is compact and within quick walking distance. The Geordies are also a friendly sort. Upon first arrival to Newcastle, I was greeted by the university's...

Nid: 9193
Post date: 19 March 2014 - 4:02pm
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04/12/2013
Roehampton, University of

Studying abroad in the UK was the best experience I have ever had!  By living in a different country it gave me the opportunity to meet people from all over the world and experience their cultures, as well as show them my own. Roehampton University offered many ways to learn, from hands on practical labs to papers and seminars on various topics in my field.  Additionally, the...

Nid: 9192
Post date: 19 March 2014 - 3:58pm
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04/03/2014
Roehampton, University of

As a student affairs professional having worked at multiple colleges and universities in the New England area of the United States, I can honestly say that Across the Pond is one of the most professional, responsible, and caring companies I have ever worked with. As a student,  I will admit that even though I knew a lot about UK unis having done previous study abroads and working in...

Nid: 9191
Post date: 19 March 2014 - 3:49pm
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27/02/2014
Oxford Brookes University

Studying in England is a fantastic opportunity. The education here is top notch, and the region has such a rich history. With the continent just a cheap plane ride away all the dream vacation spots are accessible for so cheap that a weekend getaway isn't out of the budget even for the money conscious students.

The agents at Study Across the Pond were absolutely invaluable! They...

Nid: 9190
Post date: 19 March 2014 - 3:43pm
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24/02/2014
Middlesex University

I first discovered Across the Pond at a graduate fair at Brown University. As I was not a graduate but, only completing my senior year of High School, I was unaware of how much help they would be to me. As I talked to my now advisor, Leah Rogers, I found out that it was completely possible for me to study in the UK as an undergraduate and have been living my dream for almost a year...

Nid: 9189
Post date: 19 March 2014 - 3:38pm
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19/02/2014
Edinburgh Napier University


I would have found it impossible to have found my graduate programme without Across The Pond. I was given a full detailed list organized by course, geographic location, and even by reputation. It was so organized and had someone to answer every single question along the way. I am in awe that I was not sent a bill! It's one of the best services I have ever used. The admission process,...

Nid: 9188
Post date: 19 March 2014 - 3:30pm
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12/02/2014
Newcastle University


Study Across the Pond sounds almost too good to be true, but they are really just that good! My husband and I both got help from the ATP team to study abroad in Newcastle, and I admit that we couldn’t have done it without them.

We received personal assistance for each step of the application process, including the university application and for the visas. This included an entire...

Nid: 9187
Post date: 19 March 2014 - 3:27pm
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06/02/2014
Stirling, University of

I had always wanted to become an international student.  It was hard to know where to start in terms of finding the type of schools and programs I was interested in.  Once I found Across the Pond, I was so happy to receive all of the advice and direction with my applications and the information on the universities that they had to offer.  When applying for the visa, I received such...

Nid: 9186
Post date: 19 March 2014 - 3:12pm
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01/02/2014

As a citizen of "Mighty America", coming to the UK to study full time at undergraduate level has been accompanied by a few raised eyebrows from my tutors.  But never mind them: if you know what you want to study and spend your nights dreaming about then a UK university is the place to be. With just 8 hours of class time each week, all devoted to my chosen area of study, I have time...

Nid: 9185
Post date: 19 March 2014 - 2:16pm
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06/02/2014
Kingston University

I first discovered Across the Pond when a close friend decided to attend Durham University. I asked how he made the decision and how he would go about making it happen. That’s when he told me he was receiving help from this program and how much it had helped him. I had always dreamed of studying abroad myself and had just recently completed my undergraduate studies, so when he told me...

Nid: 9184
Post date: 19 March 2014 - 2:08pm
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11/09/2014
Edinburgh Napier University

“I am 4th year undergraduate student at Edinburgh Napier University majoring in Hospitality Management. Edinburgh Napier University has provided me with many valuable skills and knowledge about my business field, preparing me to enter the corporate world next year as a capable professional. 

I am so very thankful that I chose to study at Edinburgh Napier University. Not only has this...

Nid: 9183
Post date: 19 March 2014 - 1:32pm
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05/02/2014
Kingston University

Arriving in the U.K. was exciting and nerve-wracking! Having spent the previous weekend in Paris, I arrived in London and found a cab nice enough to take me on the 30 minute ride out to Kingston.  I wasn't at all familiar with public transport, and had far too much luggage to try and brave it!  The Welcome Team at Kingston was really helpful- taking my bags, answering questions, and...

Nid: 9182
Post date: 19 March 2014 - 1:24pm
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12/02/2014
Nottingham, The University of

At the open house session for prospective students in 1997, I knew immediately that Nottingham University would be my home for the next 3 years. The greenery, beauty of the campus and wealth of resources available to guide students during their tenure at the university solidified my decision to attend Nottingham University. I enjoyed my time at the Nottingham University. I was given...

Nid: 9164
Post date: 12 February 2014 - 5:32pm
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07/02/2014
Aberdeen, University of

I'm from California, US and I am studying for a taught masters of letters in Medieval and Early Modern Studies at the University of Aberdeen. The opportunities here are immense, there is archival access in the city centre and a special collections in the new library that's just right next door. I live on campus with four other girls: one American from the east coast, one from Indonesia, one...

Nid: 9156
Post date: 7 February 2014 - 5:50pm
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29/05/2013
Essex, University of

I met Hannah from Across the Pond at my university and told her my history of studying abroad in Ireland previously and my academic interests.  Hannah then told me that she would email me some information on schools in the UK.  I was pleasantly surprised to see that the very next day I had an email with a list of potential schools.  That single email helped me decide exactly where I wanted to...

Nid: 3511
Post date: 29 May 2013 - 4:25pm
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29/05/2013

Across the Pond has been wonderful to us over the past year as we explored the possibility of our son conducting his undergraduate studies in England, Scotland or Wales.  Through the lengthy process of understanding the differences in a UK education from a US education, ATP was informative, supportive and responsive.  Whether our concerns or questions related to the academic, social of...

Nid: 3512
Post date: 29 May 2013 - 4:25pm
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29/05/2013
University of Bristol

I am extremely grateful to Across the Pond and my advisor Lauren for helping me with my post-graduate application to the University of Bristol. My experience has been completely supportive, informative and encouraging. Lauren was helpful throughout the application period and instrumental throughout the student loan and visa process. I would highly recommend that any student who is considering...

Nid: 3513
Post date: 29 May 2013 - 4:25pm
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29/05/2013

When I decided to look for schools in England I didn't have the first clue how to start looking.  Most people I asked said why don't you just do it on your own, but I wanted help applying or at least someone who had ideas on where to start.  One day looking online I stumbled on the Across the Pond website.  It was the best thing that could have ever happened.  For one the student adviser I...

Nid: 3514
Post date: 29 May 2013 - 4:25pm
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29/05/2013
Bath, University of

Hands down, Across the Pond is one of the best services I have ever encountered. Applying to graduate school while trying to finish your undergraduate studies at the same time is hectic enough (in a different country, no less), but the advisors and help provided make it so easy. My advisor, Lauren, was a life saver! She was in contact with me constantly, answered every and any question I had...

Nid: 3515
Post date: 29 May 2013 - 4:25pm
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29/05/2013
East Anglia, University of

Looking back on the experience of applying for graduate programs abroad, I think I would have been completely lost without Across the Pond! From day one, Lauren and the team at Across the Pond were there for me every step of the way to offer advice and recommendations and to answer my (many!) questions. The team is prompt, thorough, and incredibly helpful. During what can be a very...

Nid: 3516
Post date: 29 May 2013 - 4:25pm
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23/07/2010
Kingston University

Across the Pond made my plan to move to London totally realistic. With the help from my advisor, every application step—some of which were stressful and tedious—very easy! I couldn’t be more relieved that I stumbled to the Across the Pond website. I have my advisor and this company to thank for the whole process—choosing a course, choosing a university, choosing a school, and even the...

Nid: 3517
Post date: 29 May 2013 - 4:25pm
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29/05/2013
Queen Margaret University

Across the Pond has been a tremendous help in getting students abroad to their desired school.  Their personal advisers go above and beyond to meet the needs of perspective students.  They are there to answer any and every question regarding the school, program, what to do next and a whole host of other questions.  They help make the process of applying to school less stressful with constant...

Nid: 3519
Post date: 29 May 2013 - 4:25pm
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29/05/2013
Newcastle University

My name is Megan, and next year I will begin my first year as an MPhil/PhD candidate at Newcastle University. I would highly recommend the services of Study Across the Pond to anyone interested in studying in the UK! My advisor, Lauren Spalding, was incredibly helpful. Applying to school, as an undergraduate and especially as a postgraduate, is an intensely stressful endeavor, and studying...

Nid: 3520
Post date: 29 May 2013 - 4:25pm
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08/06/2010
University of Bristol

Across the Pond didn't just stop after they helped me with every detail of the application process. They stayed with me long after I was accepted, every single step of the way. Loan questions, accommodation questions, visa questions, travel questions, even personal questions about simply studying abroad, like making friends or what the school work is like- the people at Across the Pond proved...

Nid: 3521
Post date: 29 May 2013 - 4:25pm
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08/06/2010
Kingston University

Study Across the Pond was a great resource to have during my application process to Kingston University. I had started my search for a Masters program and university several months prior to discovering Study Across the Pond, and I found it difficult to know which were programs were reputable and worthwhile. My advisor, Andrea, was very helpful in answering the questions I had about the...

Nid: 3522
Post date: 29 May 2013 - 4:25pm
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03/10/2011
Swansea University

Studying at Swansea is perhaps the luckiest thing to ever happen to me. I happened to meet two representatives from ATP in high school, and before I knew it, I was on a plane to the UK. The British system was incredibly beneficial and changed my entire outlook on education here in America. At Swansea, I was able to focus directly on studies that I was passionate about from the get go, instead...

Nid: 3523
Post date: 29 May 2013 - 4:25pm
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29/05/2013
Bath, University of

I am so glad I found this website.  I do not think I would have been able to get everything done as well without the help of Across the Pond.  My advisor helped me look at the schools and see which ones would be best for me and what I wanted to do.  She was also extremely helpful from the smallest and silliest questions to the major ones.  I am so grateful for the service this company...

Nid: 3524
Post date: 29 May 2013 - 4:25pm
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29/05/2013

I am thankful that I used Across The Pond to assist me with my applications to study in the UK. Without my advisor's help, I would have been completely lost. Had she not provided me with the schools that fit my needs, assistance with the application process, and help with the visa guidelines, I'm not sure if I could have done it all alone. I have already recommended ATP's service to a friend...

Nid: 3525
Post date: 29 May 2013 - 4:25pm
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29/05/2013
Where do I start? I would have been lost without Across the Pond, especially my advisor! When I first started my research on universities in the United Kingdom, I just knew I wanted to study my Masters here; I had no idea of all it entailed. ATP was there with me every step of the way. I was given an advisor, Leah, who was in charge of my specific region. Even though she had many other students...
Nid: 3526
Post date: 29 May 2013 - 4:25pm
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29/05/2013

Across The Pond made the entire application process extremely easy! I was 6,000 miles away from the universities I was applying to and felt overwhelmed by work responsibilities and the burden of applying to schools. Ashley and Across The Pond completely lifted the weight off my shoulders and helped me through every part of the application. From information on loans and scholarships to visa...

Nid: 3527
Post date: 29 May 2013 - 4:25pm
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12/02/2012

Had it not been for Across the Pond and my incredible advisor, Leah Rogers, I don’t know if I would have ended up studying here, in the UK, as I have always wanted to do. The whole process of applying to graduate school is extremely stressful in itself, let alone applying to universities in another country. I was so lucky to have found Across the Pond when I began looking into universities...

Nid: 3529
Post date: 29 May 2013 - 4:25pm
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29/05/2013
Aberdeen, University of
If you are a student considering the opportunity to study abroad, I HIGHLY recommend the organization Study Across the Pond! Their assistance throughout the entire process - from deciding which universities to apply to, how to contact professors and request supervision for a PhD, to filling out the application, gathering the necessary documents, and writing a personal essay and research proposal...
Nid: 3530
Post date: 29 May 2013 - 4:25pm
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12/10/2012
Kingston University

I have always wanted to study in England, but never knew how to go about it. It wasn't until I stumbled upon Across the Pond that it became a reality. My advisor helped me through the process, and even to this day I can’t believe how easy she made it for me. Without their help throughout the application and visa process, I would most likely have freaked out. But now I am at Kingston...
Nid: 3531
Post date: 29 May 2013 - 4:25pm
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01/09/2013
York, University of

My friends and family must have thought I was bonkers when I told them I wanted to attend graduate school in the UK. I questioned my sanity a bit myself. Once I'd made the decision, I wasn't quite sure where to begin. One of the universities I was looking at directed me to Study Across the Pond. From that point on, Ashley took me step-by-step through the process of not only applying to...

Nid: 3533
Post date: 29 May 2013 - 4:25pm
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01/09/2013
Newcastle University

Studying abroad has always appealed to me. I’ve traveled a great deal, with about a baker’s dozen countries under my belt so far, and I thought, “What better way to see the world than to be a college student there?” The problem is how hard it is to figure out all the details of applying to a university overseas. My dream of studying in England would have probably never have been realized if I...

Nid: 3534
Post date: 29 May 2013 - 4:25pm
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01/09/2013

Across the Pond made the application process easy. It's centralization made applying to multiple universities unstressful and non-redundant. When I've applied to other universities on my own, I felt like I was typing in the same information over and over again, which doubled the work load and anxiety about applying. ATP also offers a nice range of universities to apply to: some of the highest...

Nid: 3535
Post date: 29 May 2013 - 4:25pm
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01/10/2013
Exeter, University of

I'm so glad I found Study Across the Pond! My personal advisor counseled me through every step, from choosing which unis to apply to, to writing my personal statement, and then later helping me decide which program was right for me, and guiding me through the visa application process. He was always there to promptly address any questions or concerns I had, and offered invaluable advice to...

Nid: 3536
Post date: 29 May 2013 - 4:25pm
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29/05/2013

 

Working with Across the Pond made the entire process of applying to universities in the UK so much simpler than if I'd gone it alone.  It was so nice to have a personal adviser to answer all of my questions (and there were many)!  I'm so glad to have come across this service.  I don't know that I would be in London if it weren't for them!

Nid: 3537
Post date: 29 May 2013 - 4:25pm
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