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Grad from India, help needed on studying in the uk

Postby jc7349 » Fri, 19 Nov 2010 02:30:11 -0500

My friend lives in India and is looking to come to the UK to do either a post grad or diploma in sports science/physical education. He is an Arts grad from Delhi University. Will he be able to do a post grad or diploma in sports in this Country? What are the entry requirements?
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Re: Grad from India, help needed on studying in the uk

Postby eca uk » Tue, 23 Nov 2010 06:56:04 -0500

Hi,
I think she can, give me more details about her, all previous diploma/degree/qualification. Also about her english qualification (any language certificates?) If you have any further questions, please dont hesitate and contact me.

You can add me on facebook.com/ecauk for more interactive communication or drop me an email to jozef@ecagencyuk.com

Regards Jo
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Re: Grad from India, help needed on studying in the uk

Postby yomuzoku » Thu, 29 Sep 2016 11:16:17 -0500

As I have seen that you are providing different language classes and certificates. I would to recommend an online Japanese course for your Japanese language seekers. This course is designed to learn with a tool to get exact meaning and pronunciation at the same time.
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