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Historical UK venues to visit

Historical UK venues to visit

The UK has countless places to visit. Here are just a few of them that our students can visit…   TOWER OF LONDON Now officially the Queen’s Royal Palace, the Fortress of the Tower of London is the home of the Crown Jewels of England. After the Royal family lived there, the castle was then…

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Top European Countries where you can study at university for free

Top European Countries where you can study at university for free

  Not all universities in Europe charge tuition fees for international students. In some countries in Europe university tuition is free or very low. Today on the Bucksmore Homelingua study tips blog, we will focus on Germany, Sweden, Finland, Austria and Norway as university study destinations for international students. To stay up-to-date with the latest study…

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What study visa do I need for the United Kingdom?

What study visa do I need for the United Kingdom?

If you are planning to come to the United Kingdom to study it’s important you do some research on what kind of visa you need and that you allow plenty of time to organise getting a visa. The time it takes to get a visa varies from country to country but it can take up…

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A guide to writing a personal statement for applying to universities

A guide to writing a personal statement for applying to universities

When applying to universities in the UK, especially for undergraduate courses, you will need to submit a personal statement as a part of your application. The personal statement has a maximum character count of 4000 characters and a good personal statement should cover: Why you are applying – your ambitions and what interests you about…

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Bucksmore Homelingua Study Tips blog

Bucksmore Homelingua Study Tips blog

Happy New Year and we wish you the best with your studies in 2016! Bucksmore Homelingua has launched a new Study Tips blog with lots of helpful advice on studying, improving your English and applying to universities in the UK, including scholarships. View the Study Tips blog on our website homelingua.com/blog If you are applying to…

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British New Year Traditions

British New Year Traditions

In the heart of London, Big Ben strikes midnight on the 31st December to welcome in the New Year. The famous London fireworks are set off at this time from the London Eye lighting up London’s skyline.  Friends and family together hand in hand sing the traditional ‘Auld Lang Syne’ Scottish song meaning as “times gone by”…

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