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At University of Cumbria, our aim is to engage, challenge and encourage students to develop their own thoughts and opinions and to explore their ideas through reading and independent research and discussion with classmates and tutors.  At the same time the University offers award winning student support to help our students reach their goals and potential, including a dedicated international coordinator to support international students through transition into a new culture and educational environment. The international coordinator will contact you once you have accepted a place with us.

Download a copy of the International Student Guide to find out about studying with us including pre-arrival information.

 

  • Who to Contact

  • Important Information

    Download a copy of the International Student Guide to find out about studying with us including pre-arrival information

    International Scholarships

    Visas and immigration

    Fees and finance

    Visa Extensions

  • English Language Support

    English Language Support

    English for Academic Purposes (EAP) - tutor referral only

    This service is for international students deemed 'at risk'.  This means they experience language difficulties in written summative assignments due to English being their second language PLUS one or more of the following characteristics

    • are borderline fail - eg. a piece of work between 40 and 49% or less would trigger a referral
    • carry 40 credits for resubmission
    • have had a Student Progress Review with an identified action for EAP language support

    Further details about the service can be found in the EAP Tutor Booklet.  Tutors can refer a student by completing the EAP Tutor Referral form.

     

    English Language Resources

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  • Prepare for Success

    This excellent, free online toolkit teaches you how to be successful in your new educational setting, with differences in the study methods you will use, the format of your lectures, and coursework and assessments and cultural differences that you may encounter.

    You will find Prepare for Success www.prepareforsuccess.org.uk a valuable resource that will help you to prepare for university study and life in the UK.