Why choose the University of Bedfordshire?
The University of Bedfordshire excels at preparing its students for their careers after graduation. The Bedfordshire Students’ Internship Scheme enables international students to acquire work experience and develop their skills, and the university prepares its prospective interns with a work-ready programme. The University of Bedfordshire’s Business School offers vocationally relevant courses that have been designed in close co-operation with professional organisations and employers.
The University of Bedfordshire has close contacts with many well-established businesses which have national and international connections. Some of the businesses with which the University of Bedfordshire collaborates include Antifriction Components, Astra Zeneca, Easy Jet, Enterprise Cars, London Luton Airport, Lotus Events, Prityhi Group, Ramada, Santander and Vauxhall Motors. International students experience industry days, practice weeks, Business discussions with Astra Zeneca, Leadership Futures lectures, real business practice, professional masterclasses, mini-consultancy projects for actual employers and many other forms of work experience.
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University Of Bedfordshire – Entry Requirements
Entry requirements for courses at the University of Bedfordshire vary depending on the particular requirements of the degree in question; we can only offer a general guide here, so prospective students should visit the University of Bedfordshire’s website to find the specific requirements for the course of their choice. The website’s admissions’ page will help you determine which of your local qualifications are relevant. You can also contact the university’s International Admissions Team for further advice on this and many other subjects.
In general, to apply for an undergraduate degree, you will need to have completed a high school education and be in possession of the equivalent of 2 UK A-level passes. You will also need the required English language qualification. If you are applying for a postgraduate course at the University of Bedfordshire, you will normally need a good honours degree at an undergraduate level in an appropriate subject, though the university will also consider other relevant qualifications and experience. The English language requirements also vary, and you should consult the university’s website. Appropriate English support courses are also offered.
University Of Bedfordshire – How To Apply
Both undergraduate and postgraduate student applicants can apply directly to the University of Bedfordshire, or they can apply through one of the university’s representatives in their home country. If you choose the first option, you can download an application form at the university’s website, which you can then submit to the application team, along with copies of the required supporting documents, details of which can again be found on the University of Bedfordshire’s website. As a general guide, you should submit photocopies of your academic qualifications and also of your English language competency, a copy of your passport details and visa, and a one-page personal statement, in which you explain why you want to study at the University of Bedfordshire.
University Of Bedfordshire – Scholarships For International Students
The University of Bedfordshire offers an attractive range of scholarships for international students. These include an automatic Vice Chancellor’s Scholarship of £1,000 for new international student applicants, with an additional £500 for students who pay their fees in full before registration. £500 Merit Scholarships are available for postgraduate students who meet the requirement of 60% and above in their courses. Students progressing from undergraduate to postgraduate level within the University of Bedfordshire qualify for a £3,500 Alumni loyalty scholarship.