Morgan Oxford Education always aims to match your requirements as a student with the best educational institution to meet your needs. In order to offer you the best possible guidance, we have made connections with top universities based all over the world. We have also grown relationships with schools and university campuses set up by the UK, USA, and Australia outside of their home countries, known as international branch campuses. This allows us to offer you as many options as possible for your education, so that you can make the best decision for your next step in international education.
- Degree qualifications awarded by international branch campuses are recognised around the world, and possess the exact same credentials as their respective partner campuses in the original country. Students can also move between campuses if they wish, making the most of different locations and affordability.
- Although it may not always be the case, studying at the majority of international branch campuses is relatively cheaper than the equivalent qualification at a home country campus.
- Both degrees at the international branch campus and home campus are equivalent programmes and may have the same name, however the study experience is often very different depending on where you are based. Countries have their own cultures, weather, and support systems, for example, which means that students at international branch campuses have a completely unique study experience.
- International branch campuses are often smaller in scale than their home country counterparts, which sometimes means that the full range of course options isn’t always available at the branch campus. However, this doesn’t limit students as journeying between campuses for a “year abroad” experience is actively encouraged.
- For some students who do not wish to travel far from home, international branch campuses offer the opportunity to study at a world-class university without having to fully relocate.
- Applying to study at an international branch campus doesn’t rule out a student’s ability to receive financial aid or scholarships. This support is also transferable between universities and campuses if students opt to transfer later down the line.