BCU in your country
Did you know?
Our graduates live and work in over 100 countries? Our global links continue to strengthen every year.
We've developed a wide range of educational partnerships across the world, making it easier for you to apply to study with us.
Links with agents and representatives in your country allow you to explore all of the study options available to you and give you the opportunity to be guided through the application process.
Our staff frequently travel around the world to forge new partnerships and connections, ensuring our ongoing reputation as a genuinely international university. They're always happy to meet prospective students to give advice and information.
Support for students and staff affected by events in Afghanistan
We know that many of our students and staff will be feeling worried, upset and fearful about recent and unfolding events in Afghanistan. You may be concerned for the safety and wellbeing of family members or friends in the country.
We have been in contact with some students directly affected by the current situation and will continue to support them. If you are a BCU student or member of staff and are directly or indirectly affected, the University can help. If you had been planning to travel to the UK for study this September, please contact us for support using the links below.
Student Services offer a range of support, including mental health and wellbeing, and advice specifically for international students, regardless of where you are currently located.
The Staff Support Service is available to all University employees, giving you the opportunity to talk confidentially to a professionally trained person who is outside your immediate situation. Colleagues can also access support through our Employee Assistance Programme which can be found via iCity.
Find out about how and where our agents can help you.