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Shaun, one of our student ambassadors from Hong Kong, shares his tips on preparing to study abroad and making the most of your studies. He tells us how he overcame the difficulties of studying remotely during a pandemic, as well as how he prepared when he could eventually travel to Lancaster.
One of our students, Anna from Russia, shares her experiences of preparing to study in the UK. Here, she tells us how she got ready to join the International Study Centre, and shared her top tips about the new university culture.
Lancaster University Management School (LUMS) has opened the doors of its brand-new £24m building which will provide a creative and collaborative space for students, staff and partners.
One of our student ambassadors, Sam from Switzerland, shares his experiences of virtual learning, as well as what it’s like to be a student during the global pandemic.
Studying abroad is a new and exciting time – but can also come with feelings of homesickness. If you’re about to arrive in Lancaster and are worrying about feeling homesick, we have a few tips for you.
Although living abroad will improve your English language abilities, if you want to get a head start on improving your English before you arrive, we have some helpful tips for you.
Moving to a new country can be a nerve-wracking experience, so get to know the city of Lancaster better before you arrive.
Your first week at university can be both an exciting and nerve-wracking time. If you’re wondering about what may happen during your first week at Lancaster, read our guide to making the most out of your orientation experience.
Lancaster University was ranked 3rd in the UK for graduate employment by The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2019.
The International Study Centre have made a number of enhancements to its English Language Preparation programme, allowing international students to develop their language skills to the best of their abilities.
The University remains 9th in the UK in the Guardian league table – even with the table’s new criteria for rankings.