Why Chancellor Education For UG Admission?

The undergraduate degree, also known as Bachelor's degree or first degree, is the first stage of higher education and is very important for most attractive careers. Undergraduate studies usually last three years. Courses in the UK can be challenging, but they are praised locally and internationally. They give students knowledge and tools for their later studies or careers, and are proof of students' discipline, motivation, and skills, offering unparalleled advantages: 89.9% of UK graduates either go on to employment or further study. It's no surprise the country is consistently increasing in popularity to international students. Just recently, the UK has hit its 600,000 international students mark!

With its world-recognised universities, culturally diverse environment, and highly skilled academic staff, the UK is the height of academic success. Universities such as Oxford and Cambridge are consistently ranked as the best in the world, with LSE, UCL and King's College not far behind. Many of these institutions form part of the Russell Group, a collection of 24 universities considered the best or among the best in the UK and the world. Together with UK's renowned medical schools, entry requirements are extremely tough.

With such selective admissions and fierce competition, prospective students need all the help they can get. Not only that, but with 135 UK universities providing a total of 65,000 undergraduate courses, each requiring different documents during the application process, it is easy to get overwhelmed and disorientated when looking and applying for the right programme. This is what Chancellor Education is here for. A guiding hand can make this process much more pleasant, maximize the chances of getting accepted as well as the impact of the programme on one's dreams. Chancellor Education has expertise in championing this process: a thorough understanding of the system, of institutions and programmes. We offer full, in-depth assistance with the range of application types and processes under UCAS (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service). This includes documents such as the Personal Statement or Statement of Purpose, reference letters, CV or resume, and scholarship applications.

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A Unique Approach

Chancellor Education is unique in its counselling strategy, tailored to each client through a comprehensive Aptitude Assessment. Also, because of the tight and multiple deadlines, we have an Early Bird approach. With some applications happening a year in advance, we start the Aptitude Assessment and application process early on, accompanying our customers throughout the year as they engage with the UK education system and its many stages and opportunities. Our assistance is long-term and hands-on, with monthly calls to update on progress and friendly, and open counselling for the client's family.

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Once an international student is admitted to a UK undergraduate programme, they will need to successfully apply for a Student Visa. Our thorough, all-inclusive approach to ensure our clients obtain the education of their dreams therefore includes counselling and assistance with the visa application process for international students.

A first step towards your dream

If you need help finding the perfect programme, applying to your undergraduate studies, securing funding, and applying to a Student Visa, don't hesitate to reach out.  Go to the Contact Us page for enquiries and book a free 30-minute video consultation.

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