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Study Abroad Programme (Year/Semester)

The studying abroad programme allows students to study in the UK for a full academic year or semester. Throughout the study abroad period, students will receive the same education and gain access to all school facilities just like a local student. In the end, students will receive an official transcript and a detailed explanation of the university’s grading system to take back to their home university.

Studying at a university abroad allows students to be exposed to a different cultural and academic environment. The learning goes beyond traditional classroom teaching. This programme benefits students in numerous aspects including experiencing another culture, which is often recognised by employers or future universities, enhancing student's understanding of their subject, exploring new horizons as well as increasing their network of friends and contacts.

New Study Abroad Partners 
We have formed new study abroad partnerships with several universities and colleges in the UK, these include Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford and St Anne's College, Oxford and the Queen Mary University of London. These study abroad programmes will allow students across the world to study in a globally renowned institution for a semester or a year. Students will be able to experience the high-quality education offered by the UK and experience the British culture during their study. We are ready to recruit students for the next year!


If you are interested to learn more about our Study Abroad Partnership Programme, please feel free to contact us

St Anne's College,

University of Oxford

Founded in 1879, St Anne’s College is one of the constituent colleges of the University of Oxford in England. Formerly a women’s college, it has been coeducational since 1979. Formed to enable women from any financial background to study at Oxford, St Anne’s continues to strive towards this goal. 

Lady Margaret Hall,

University of Oxford

LMH is a pioneering Oxford University college. In October 1879, nine women arrived at LMH and became the first to receive an Oxford education. LMH admitted men in 1979 and, in 2016, became the first Oxbridge college to establish a Foundation Year for under-represented students.

Durham University 

Founded in 1832, Durham University is England’s third oldest university, after Oxford and Cambridge, and one of the UK’s leading research institutions. Durham is one of the world’s leading universities as shown by the World Top 100 position in the QS World University Rankings 2019, where Durham is ranked 74th.

Pembroke College,

University of Cambridge

Pembroke College, founded in 1347, is proud of its traditions. The third oldest of the Cambridge colleges, it was the first to have its own Chapel. Pembroke thrives on conversations, between generations and disciplines - between undergraduates, graduates and senior Members, between current students and alumni, and between the academy and the wider world.