Skip to main content
International - Overview
International

Here you'll find all you need to know about applying to AUB as an international student.

How to become a representative of AUB

We offer a competitive commission rate and excellent support to all our active international agents and counselors. You can find information about the application process to become a representative below.

  1. Have a good look over things like our courses, our ethos and the international section of the website, to make sure that AUB is the kind of institution that you are looking to represent.
  2. Fill in the Agent Application Form (you'll need to provide references from other UK Higher Education Institutions, if you're unable to provide this, please get in touch with us to discuss your situation before applying).
  3. We will contact your references directly.
  4. If your references are satisfactory, we'll visit you or arrange a meeting on Skype.
  5. A final decision will be made on your application on your suitability to represent AUB.
  6. If we would like to work with you, we'll send you an Agent Agreement which you must sign and return to us to confirm the agreement.

Explore more

Overview

We're here to guide you through the process of becoming an International AUB student from the start and end of your course
Student walking into the Student Services building at AUB

Your Country/Region

Coming to AUB from an international country can be confusing, but our country representatives are here to give you a helping hand
Meeting room within Student Services, features three chairs and a sofa

English Language

We offer a range of English Language support for international students, both in preparation for and during their time at AUB
aub campus

Visas and immigration

If you are coming to study at AUB and need to apply for a student visa, here's everything you need to know
Drawing Studio by Sir Peter Cook

Webinars

We're running course webinar lead course leaders talking about their relevant course, include our foundation, undergraduate and postgraduate
students sit chatting outside the library

Contact us

Please contact the International team if you have any concerns about studying in the UK