THE increase in university fees in the UK is a huge worry for many students and parents.
However, many students are not aware of the options for studying abroad.
If a UK student studies in Denmark there are no fees as the Danish government pays for them. Students don’t have to speak Danish because many degree programmes are taught in English.
In Holland the fees are £1,500 a year with a wide range of degrees taught in English.
Lewes-based Degrees Ahead provides free information and application management to UK students.
The company has years of experience in assisting students and makes sure they choose the university that is right for them.
“We have been rushed off our feet since the fees were increased in the UK,” said Joanna Turner, Director of Degrees Ahead.
“Students are now asking very different questions and we make sure all the overseas universities that we work with provide them with the information they require.”
Students can also consider studying at world class universities in Canada and Australia.
Degrees Ahead is holding a free information evening at The Hive, 66 The High Street, Lewes, on Monday March 5. Call 0797 342 9617 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.