Join the AECC University College’s vibrant international student community. You’ll be welcomed in a safe and supportive environment, perfect for you to learn and succeed.

You will thrive as part of our international community and will meet a wide mix of students from all corners of the world. Studying alongside those on other courses, you’ll be able to share ideas and get a fresh perspective, all while making lasting relationships.

Where are you from?

We’ve put together a handy guide of the recommended academic ability you’ll need. Please find your country in the A-Z list where you can see the different entry requirements. Contact our Admissions team if your country is not listed.

Head to our Common Questions section below for more visa information. 

International fees and funding

As an international student, it’s key that you organise your finances well in advance of your course start date so that your funding is in place before you arrive in the UK.

There are two main expenses at university, tuition fees and living costs. Depending on your circumstances and course, a range of financial provision is available.  You can find out financial assistance about course fees and EU funding in our FAQs section below.  If you live outside of the EU, we recommend contacting your country specific funding organisation to establish what is available.

Your application and key timings

You will need to make a formal application through UCAS by 15th January. The UCAS website is your main source of information. It’s worth spending some time familiarising yourself with what you will need to do and how it works.   

Some applicants from overseas choose to apply to us via study abroad agencies. These are treated in exactly the same way as applications received directly, and there is no advantage or disadvantage either way in terms of admission.

Language Support

Workshops are available on campus if you require extra help.  More details can be obtained by contacting our Student Services team.

 

EU Advice

Following the triggering of Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union (EU), the UK and the EU have two years to negotiate arrangements for the UK’s withdrawal. The expectation is for the UK to remain a full member of the EU during this time. 

We know you may have questions about your current or future application to study with us as the UK prepares to leave the European Union. We want to reassure you that our international outlook, has not changed. More information can be found on our EU Statement page.

 

Get the prospectus

Follow in the footsteps of 100% of students who are now in employment six months after graduating from the AECC University College. Explore the courses we offer by downloading or requesting a prospectus to be sent to you.

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Open Days

Go beyond the prospectus. Book onto one of our open days and get the chance to chat with students, ask those burning questions and perfect your application. Get a feel for your future and come visit us.

 

Common Questions

“I loved the international and multicultural atmosphere amongst students and staff, you’ll have friends all over the world” Renske, Class of 2013, Masters of Chiropractic.

Contact our admissions team for more information: admissions@aecc.ac.uk

Any questions on studying abroad are welcomed. Please get in touch.

 

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