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Loughborough + Bellerbys launch int’l student route

Loughborough University has signed a conditional progression agreement with Bellerbys College that will allow the latter’s students on all 11 of its subject pathway courses to receive conditional offers for specific degrees at the university.

BellerbysLoughborough University was awarded University of the Year by WhatUni in 2020. Photo: iStock Photo

Bellerbys College now has partnerships with four of the top ten universities in the UK

“I’m delighted that we have entered into a progression agreement with Study Group’s Bellerbys College,” said Charlie Carter, director of the International Office at Loughborough University.

“This partnership enables both Bellerbys College and Loughborough University to provide enhanced support to students throughout their university application journey, giving reassurance and confidence to students and their families,” he continued.

“Loughborough University has been welcoming Bellerbys students for many years and we look forward to more Bellerbys students joining our campus in the future.”

“We look forward to more Bellerbys students joining our campus in the future”

This latest agreement adds to the college’s partnerships with other top universities in the UK, including the University of Bath and the University of Bristol.

Globally, its parent company, Study Group, delivers academic pathway programs such as foundation years and pre-masters courses with 39 partner universities across all subject areas. It also acquired edtech platform Insendi last year.

“We’re delighted to be able to offer Bellerbys students competitive conditional offers to attend Loughborough University,” said Study Group’s UK and EU executive director Mark Cunnington.

“The university’s strong connections to industry and access to placements makes it a popular choice. Furthermore, the overall student experience is renowned by students, having been awarded University of the Year at the 2020 WhatUni Student Choice Awards.

“In addition to benefitting from this student-focused culture, our graduating students will enrich both the university and the community they become part of.”

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