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International - Overview

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

Online Course Webinars

We regularly host webinars and virtual events about life at AUB, covering everything from tips to help you when applying, to information on our creative courses and your study options.

You may wish to visit our YouTube channel where you can view past course webinars.

Upcoming Course Webinars

We will soon be posting details of upcoming virtual events and webinars you can join during July through to September 2020 so please do check back soon, however, if you would like to receive alerts via email about all our upcoming virtual events and webinars, as well as AUB news, please fill in the form below.

If you have specific questions or would like to book a virtual one-to-one session with one of our Senior International Officers you can also email us to arrange this:

The course webinars are aimed at anyone who wants to find out more about individual courses, including undergraduate and postgraduate.

Everyone is free to attend as many course webinars as they wish.

In order to join the webinars, please go to the webinar link at the relevant time, according to the Course Leader Webinar Timetable:

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We're here to guide you through the process of becoming an International AUB student from the start and end of your course
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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
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English Language

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

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