Bell reaches 20 UK university partners

11 May, 2015


UK-based international education provider Bell has announced three new UK university partners for its foundation programme, bringing the total number of institutional agreements up to 20.



St Mary's University in London, one of Bell's latest partner institutions


The latest institutions to partner with Bell for its University Foundation Programme are: St Mary’s University in Twickenham, London; Hult International Business School, with six locations in major world business cities, including London; and Aston University in Birmingham. Bell guarantees students entry into one of its partner universities on successful completion of the programme.

Frank Pinner, Principal of Bell Cambridge, said, “We are delighted that so many universities recognise the high calibre of our courses and students. Our partners choose to work with us because they recognise students from our university foundation programmes are arriving fully prepared for life at university, both academically and culturally.

“As part of the foundation programme, we arrange trips to visit the most popular UK universities and their cities or towns, host an annual university fair and offer a free and comprehensive higher education advice service so students can make an informed choice about the best university for them.”

Other UK universities that Bell partners with include Queen’s University Belfast, the University of Kent and the University of Westminster.

Bell is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year, having been founded in Cambridge by University of Cambridge graduate Frank Bell. The organisation teaches a range of English language programmes and subjects in English to international students.

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