Study in the UK

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We are an official partner

of British universities

and colleges

We advise on financial support,

student maintenance and tuition

fee loans for an entire

period of studies.

We offer help with the application process
from start to finish

and thanks to ongoing support

for our clients we receive

the most favourable reviews.

Study in the UK

We organise ALL types of studies available in the United Kingdom:

Foundation Year

Also-called ‘Year Zero’

Bachelor’s Degree

Undergraduate degree

Start from Year 1

Transfer into Year 2 or 3

on the undergraduate level

All types of

postgraduate courses

e.g. Master’s degree and Diplomas

British courses are not particularly time-consuming, covering around 12-15 teaching hours a week. They are usually held 3 times a week, leaving plenty of time for additional activities and paid work.

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Requirements and studies without secondary school qualifications

Each school has different requirements, so contact us to discuss your specific situation.

If you have not passed the secondary school exams or even finished secondary school - you may still study in England.

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Studies without a Language Certificate

Most British universities require a language certificate, such as IELTS, TOEFL, CAE or CPE.

Due to many-years of relations with schools, Motivation Academy have negotiated that our candidates are not always required to pass a language exam. With our assistance, you may be admitted to the BEZ course without an English language certificate.

Studying without the language certificate is also possible for many other people depending on your situation. If you want to know if the course without the certificate is available for you, it is best to contact Motivation Academy.

Fields of study

The subjects studied at the British universities include possible fields, like business, film, humanities, computing, politics, arts, acting, biology, engineering, journalism, music, architecture, English philology, foreign languages, pedagogy, psychology, media, law, PR, tourism, mathematics and other sciences and more. There is also a subject in England, Interpreting and Translation.