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Study Your Degree of Choice in the UK With An IELTS Course ...

Before you take this exam, it may be a good idea to splash out on an IELTS preparation course, just to ensure that you are fighting fit when it comes to the big day. IELTS preparation courses normally consist of a few things: mock exams ...
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Where should I study? : international students’ perceptions of higher education in the UK, Ireland, and the U.S. - Nottingham eTheses

Where should I study? : international students’ perceptions of higher education in the UK, Ireland, and the U.S. - Nottingham eTheses | Study in the UK | Scoop.it

Cheryl Rounsaville: "In the thesis I examine international student decision-making arguing that there is a gap in knowledge about the theoretical frameworks which have been applied to understanding this issue. A comprehensive review of the literature showed that thus far the foremost theory utilised for explaining international student decision-making is the Push-Pull Theory of Migration, a theory which is primarily quantitative. This research innovatively uses a theoretical framework combining three influential capital theories based on a qualitative methodology. Using this theoretical framework, I sought a deeper, and potentially new and different understanding of why international students choose to study abroad and why they select particular host countries – the two questions traditional Push-Pull Theory seeks to answer"


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Study in the UK - Top universities

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It’s a relatively small crowded island nation in chilly, rain-blighted northern Europe, but in terms of popularity with international students, it lags only behind the considerably larger US. So what exactly is the appeal of the UK?

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