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Covid-19 Guardianship UK

With the current Covid-19 situation, we are sure that parents are anxious about sending their children abroad to go to school. It is therefore very important that parents appoint someone such as an AEGIS accredited guardianship organisation to look after their children while they are in the UK. UKG are a team of experienced and caring professionals dedicated to looking after international students all around the UK. We put students’ needs first and ensure they are safe and happy in the UK, while reaching their full academic potential. Guardianship packages and prices We offer a wide range of packages to…

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UKG’s Acronyms and Accreditations:
AEGIS, UCAS, OISC, UKiset and G5 Universities

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You might see AEGIS, UKiset, UCAS and OISC on our website or brochures and be confused by what they mean. As a guardianship organisation and education consultant, UKG works with other professional organisations specialised in international students’ welfare. Below we will explain the main purpose of these organisations.   AEGIS The Association for the Education and Guardianship of International Students. AEGIS was created to ensure that international students who are under 18 and studying in the UK are being looked after properly. The main purpose of AEGIS is to check that guardianship organisations respect the Code of Practice and current…

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Can international students apply to universities in the UK if they are under 18?

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The simple answer is yes, students under the age of 18 can apply to most universities in the UK providing they have the correct qualifications. However, if accepted onto a university course, there are a few restrictions to keep in mind:   Am I classed as an adult if I’m under 18? In the UK, anyone aged 18 or over is classed as an adult. Therefore, if you are under the age of 18 you will be seen as a minor, even if you are living in the UK alone and attending university.   Will I be treated differently at…

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