Teacher helping students in class

Studying at INTO University of Gloucestershire

With you every step of the way

From the orientation programme when you arrive to completing your university application, our friendly staff will be there for you every step of the way. And, when you’re not at the INTO centre, Helpzones on each campus provide a one-stop-shop for all your needs.

Our teachers are experienced in helping international students just like you prepare for university life in the UK. By the time you finish your course, you’ll be confident at giving presentations, writing assignments and taking exams.

Here when you need it

We’ll be there to support you when you need it. From the moment you apply to your graduation. Whether its help registering with a doctor or opening a bank account, we’ll help you every step of the way. 

Worried about renewing your visa? Don’t be, we offer visa and immigration support, including workshops and on-on-one appointments. 

The support doesn’t stop with INTO, you’ll have full access to the University’s Student Services who can advise you on anything from finance to health and wellbeing.

More about student support

The attention you need from your teachers

1:9 student to teacher ratios

Our teachers are experienced in helping international students. They know how challenging it can be to adjust to a new learning environment. They’ll provide you with regular feedback and progress updates, supporting you to stay on track and achieve your academic success. 

Worried about learning in a new language? There’s no need to be, our teachers understand your concerns and you’ll receive extra language tuition, if you need it.

More about our teachers

Help with your finances

If you have an offer to study at INTO University of Gloucestershire on an academic pathway programme, you could be eligible for a scholarship. They’re a great opportunity for gifted students, who can’t pay their full fees.

More about scholarships
Chin Zhi Ya from Malaysia
"INTO taught me many academic skills, such as referencing and giving presentations. " Chin Zhi Ya from Malaysia