Study Downunder

Hawthorn English Language Centre

Australian Institute of Holistic Medicine

Byron Bay English
Language School

University of Canberra

Education and Training International

Gordon TAFE

Wliiam Angliss
Institute of TAFE

University of Notre Dame Australia

Brisbane North
Institute of TAFE

Shaftson International College

Study Group Australia

Tropical North Queensland TAFE

La Trobe University

University of Ballarat

SACE Colleges

CQU Language Centre

TAFE NSW Institutes

Edith Cowan University

Barrier Reef Institute of TAFE

Box Hill Institute


Welcome to providing England education information for British, EU and overseas students, on universities, language schools, course opportunities, places to study and live in England.

This site outlines some of the exciting possibilities of study options for overseas students in England.

There is no better way of preparing yourself for the world of education and employment in the new century than to spend some time living and studying in another country. England has a great deal to offer foreign students with over 200 British Council accredited language schools and colleges.

England is nothing if not a country of contrasts. For proof, look no further than the British government, a mix of parliamentary democracy and monarchy. Once you delve beneath the surface, you'll find a country whose urban scenes give way to beautiful landscapes and whose medieval architecture seamlessly blends with modern buildings. Although British culture is often seen as bound by longstanding and deep-rooted traditions, it is quickly becoming more and more diverse as people immigrating from all over the world choose to make England their home.

Here are some features of England you should consider:
The UK is where the English language developed. There are more people using English as their first language in the UK than in any other country.
The British educational system has a good reputation.
England a good place to study

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It is easy to travel to England. There are flights to London from most parts of the world. You can travel around the UK by trains and bus.
If you are on a course for more than 6 months, you should be able to obtain free health treatment if you become ill.
The UK is a relatively safe country. The police do not usually carry guns, and there are strict controls on the ownership of weapons.
If you are given a student visa when you enter the UK, you are allowed to work part-time.
The British weather is quite moderate. In gene
ral the summers are not too hot, and the winters are not too cold.