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Aston University - ISSCC - International Education & Study Abroad SpecialistSchool ID: 485
School Name: Aston University
School Type: Co-Ed
City: Aston, Birmingham
Tuition fee: Undergrad: (per year): 10,900 - 14,700 , ESL: 2,500 - 10,260 per session
Residential Type: Accommodation
Rental fee: 3120.00 - 5160.00 for 40 weeks
Program offer: Undergraduate, Postgraduate program, Placement program, Foundation degree
Other Information: Aston University has a diverse student population of over 10,200 full-time students, studying at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. There are students from over 120 countries studying at Aston each year living in a lively, safe, close-knit and friendly atmosphere. Our students make the most of their time on campus with a high level of participation in clubs, societies and sports. Most of our international students choose to live on campus so that they can benefit from living and studying in a campus environment right in the city centre of Birmingham, the UKs second city. Aston University has a truly international community with students from over 120 countries. Our staff are highly respected within the international academic community: this is evident in the consistently high teaching quality assessments and research exercises achieved. We recognise and welcome the important academic contribution and cultural diversity our international students make to our environment. British education has a strong reputation, especially for the quality of the teaching standards. There is a strong tradition to integrate teaching and research at all levels of study at university level. All British universities (with the exception of one private university) are State institutions and each academic department is subject to an external review to prove that they are maintaining minimum standards in teaching, research and university management; the results of these assessments are published. British qualifications are internationally recognised, due to these rigorous assessments. Many countries are now adopting this model of assessment.

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