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Five differences between your classes back home and your classes in the UK

Posted 24 August 2015
A classroom at Bellerbys College

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Just as life in Britain will almost certainly be different to what you are used to, your classroom at Bellerbys will probably be different too. One of the reasons our students succeed at university is due to the College’s modern and dynamic learning environment which combines traditional teaching methods with the latest e-learning technology and methodology.

Just as life in Britain will almost certainly be different to what you are used to, your classroom at Bellerbys will probably be different too. One of the reasons our students succeed at university is due to the College’s modern and dynamic learning environment which combines traditional teaching methods with the latest e-learning technology and methodology. Here are some of the differences you might see:

  1. Multicultural classrooms – One of the things most Bellerbys students love about studying with us is the multicultural mix of students in class. Meeting people from other cultures promotes learning, boosts your language skills, and brings all sorts of interesting ideas to the table!
  2. Small classes – You might be used to being in large classes with many other students, but being part of a small class allows the teacher to give each student the time and attention they need. It also means you should get to know your classmates better!
  3. State of the art facilities – Our online Learning Management System (StudySmart) enables students to access learning materials at any time. It means you can review your class work, listen to audio files, watch videos and make further use of the materials your teachers use in class.
  4. Independent studying – Independent study skills are critical for success at university. Just coming to study at Bellerbys is a decision that will make you a more independent person, but we like to encourage the ability to work independently. This is a skill universities in the UK value highly and will set you on the path to success.  
  5. Enrichment – Our enrichment programme is designed to enhance your studies and inspire you. Whether it’s a trip to the Bank of England for business students; model United Nations events for Law students; or Cambridge Science Park visits for the Science & Engineering students, there is something for everyone! 

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