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World Student Advisors is a global Higher Education university placement organisation with its headquarters in the UK. WSA provide a World-Class student support service for its boarding school, pathway and university partners.
World Student Advisors specialise in placing students into international universities.

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I was finding it difficult to find an honest source of impartial advice to support my daughter, Maria’s desire to study for a BSc in Biomedical Sciences in the UK. An Angolan school friend, who I have known for many years, recommended that I contact Timothy James Hunt (informally Tim Hunt) CEO and Founder of World Student Advisors who is based in the UK.

After an initial telephone conversation with Tim, we arranged a Zoom meeting between me, my daughter, my wife, Isabel and Tim. We were introduced to Fartun, Catherine, and Pedro, World Student Advisors support staff. Fartun is the Africa Manager for WSA and is the Tier 4 visa advisor specialist.  Mr Pedro Bezarra is an Angolan/British gentleman, bilingual Portuguese and English educated to master’s level in the UK. Catherine manages World Student Advisors Student Support Centre. In less the five minutes I knew we have found the right people whose customer service is the best I have ever experienced during my lifetime.

First of all, we had to top-up Maria’s academic qualification to Level 3 and improve her English. This was achieved through Cambridge Education Group On-Campus foundation course in Life Sciences at University of Central Lancashire (UCLan). Maria enjoyed a wonderful year progressing to a BSc (Hons) Biomedical Sciences University of Central Lancashire (UCLan). The World Student Advisors team were with us all the way. They set-up a WhatsApp group for me, my wife, daughter, Fartun, Catherine and Tim. It was amazing as we were able to contact the WhatsApp group seven days a week and 24 hours of any day and they were there for us.

There are a number of agencies in student placement business. I have been in contact with a reasonable number trying to find impartial and good advice.  World Student Advisors are miles ahead of their competition and my memory of our first Zoom meeting was their CEO, Tim Hunt telling me ‘World Student Advisors philosophy imbedded through the whole organisation is ‘we would not consider sending your son or daughter where we would not send our own children.’ And they lived up to this claim and so much more. If you want an excellent service I 100% recommend World Student Advisors.

Fernando Domingo father of Maria Domingo from Angola

Fernando Domingo father of Maria Domingo from Angola

I met Tim Hunt in Gaborone, Botswana in 2015 and we discussed studying in the UK. At this time, I did not have the funds to study abroad for an undergraduate degree. Nevertheless, he took the time to talk to me and he advised me to study locally and then look for a master’s degree when I have my first degree. The master’s degree in the UK normally takes 12 months to complete as opposed to a first degree which can take three of four years. On completion of my first degree I contact him in 2019 and he remembered meeting me, which is amazing as I would imagine he meets many people. I was also impressed with his knowledge of my country. He has stayed with former students in Francistown, visited the Okavango Delta, Chobe and many more places. I felt like he knew my country better than me!

We discussed my masters and he recommended Teesside University for animation. Teesside is ranked 3rd in the UK in the Animation Career Review College Rankings 2020 and 14th in the world in the Animation Career Review International Animation School Rankings 2020. Tim managed to get me a partial scholarship of £2,000 from Teesside and I had the most rewarding year of my life.

What added to my course preparation was the introduction to World Student Advisors staff Fartun and Catherine who formed a WhatsApp group and they became like sisters to me, guiding me through the application process and more important that were instrumental in helping obtain my Tier 4 visa.

World Student Advisors are the best if want a warm, friendly and professional service. And more important the right course at the right university within your budget.

Akanyang Mooketsi from Botswana

I wanted my daughter, Denise, to attend a UK Russell Group University. She has a UK degree in accounting and finance with a 2:2 grade.

This was disappointing as Russell Groups accept 2:1 and higher entry grade. Through a friend of mine I was introduced to Tim Hunt, CEO and Founder of World Student Advisors. We discussed the options and he recommended StudyGroup who work alongside a number of Russell Group Universities and provide pre-masters programmes gain entry.

We formed a WhatsApp group with me, Denise, Fartun, Catherine (WSA support staff) and Tim. This was a revelation in communication, we became like a family. I was able to chat to the team seven days a week at any time. Towards the end Dan, from StudyGroup joined the group and he was extremely helpful.

I you want a superb high quality and friendly service I recommend you contact World Student Advisors.

Miranda Atanga mother of Denise Atanga from Cameroon

MA Terrorism and Security University of Salford, Manchester

I contacted World Student Advisors Student Support Centre and I spoke to Catherine Njuguna, the centre’s manager. She guided me through the application process and managed my Tier 4 visa application.

Working with World Student Advisors was a wonderful experience. The whole process was professional and friendly. I highly recommended World Student Advisors if you are considering studying abroad.

Berhe Tesfaye from Ethiopia

MSc Business Management in Sport, De Montfort University, Leicester

In response to a World Student Advisors Social Media Campaign I contacted Gladys Naadi, WSA Director for Ghana. Gladys was so well informed I immediately felt as if I was in good professional company.

These things are never easy, and we had a few challenges. However, if it was not for Gladys and the World Student Advisors support team, Catherine who processed my application and Fartun who led me through the Tier 4 visa process I would not be studying at for an MSc Business Management in Sport at, De Montfort University, Leicester. By the way, Leicester is a brilliant town. The university is in the centre and I was able to find a part-time job which is allowed for Tier 4 visa holders. Leicesterhas Premiership football and rugby, it’s a truly multi-cultural city in the Midlands of England and the locals are friendly

Charles Mensah from Ghana

I contacted World Student Advisors Student Support Centre and the senior centre manager, Catherine Njuguna put me in touch with Madalitso Dube, WSA Director for Malawi. I learnt from Madalitso that he studied in the UK for a master’s degree in Education. This was perfect as I was able to talk to a Malawian who had studied in the UK therefore, he was able to discuss the pros and cons about me sending my daughter to the UK to study from an informed position.

My daughter, Chimwala, settled for the University of Hertfordshire. She is interested in the environment and agriculture. After discussions with Madalitso and other members of the WSA team, including Tim Hunt, CEO and founder, we decided the best course for her would be MSc Environmental Management for Agriculture.

Chimwala had an amazing year and now she is seconded to Rome and she has work experience with the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO).

If it were not for Madalitso and the World Student Advisors team, Chimwala would not be rubbing shoulders with senior UN staff in Rome and have such good career prospects.

Asmaa Gondwe, mother of Chimwala Gondwe from Malawi

MSc Environmental Management for Agriculture, University of Hertfordshire

You would not believe this story if it were not true. Through a friend of a friend I was advised to talk to Tim Hunt, CEO and Founder of World Student Advisors. I have worked in the financial sector in Nigeria since I graduated for a BSc in Finance.

I wanted a change and my husband, and I decided that I would look for a course in the UK. As we all know, UK degrees open doors for us Nigerians. I spoke to Tim and I asked him about a master’s in human resource management. He sent me a few suggestions. And then we had a Zoom meeting. He explained to me that there are a number of graduates with masters in HRM. And after spending a lot of money how employable am I going to be? I was not quite sure where he was going with this, however, I patiently listened.

He continued, this is not the exact conversation, I am taking out the key elements. You need a Return-on-Investment for your master’s degree. Think of yourself as a product. How can you make yourself more employable than the competition?  How about taking a course that not that many people take, one that’s in a growth area and it would make you very employable? He suggested MSc in Risk and Disaster Management.

Initially I thought he was joking. Them I looked at the University of Lincoln’s course description and modules. I thought ‘WOW’ this looks much more interesting than HRM. Yes, it’s a growth area and yes, not many people will hold this qualification. It all started to make sense. I discussed with my husband and he was supportive.

Here I am, 18 months later, attending interviews and having job offers that I never dreamt possible. Had I had gone to another agency; I would have probably ended up studying HRM and either be unemployed or writing job applications every day. This is the benefit of working with World Student Advisors, they, and especially Tim Hunt have years of experience and they put you or me should I say, the student first.

Abioma Akinde from Nigeria

MSc Risk and Disaster Management University of Lincoln

Brooke House College is a UK boarding school with one of the best football academies for boys and girls in England. The College accept students from the ages of 11 until 19 years of age. Their academic standards are very high teaching all key stages, GCSE, A Levels and University Foundation Programmes (UFP).

In 2020 Word Student Advisors assisted two South Sudan students to enrol at Brooke House College. One was attending Rainbow School in Kampala, Uganda and the other was attending a private school in Nairobi, Kenya.

World Student Advisors UK Headquarters is a 30-minute drive from Birmingham International Airport and a one-hour drive to Market Harborough, the Leicestershire town where Brooke House College is situated. World Student Advisors CEO and Founder, Tim Hunt often meets in-coming students and parents at Birmingham International Airport and personally drives them to Brooke House College. On other occasions Tim Hunt offers parents of Brooke House College students the hospitality of his home as they journey in and out of the UK to accompany their children for enrolment and social visits on other occasions. This gesture typifies the philosophy, warmth and customer services offer by World Student Advisors which runs through the whole team.

Students who attend Brooke House College can opt to join the football academy if they wish. Students attend Brooke House College for academics only or academic and football academy. Brooke House College have produced Premiership Football players and many players in the top leagues around the World.

Students from South Sudan

Brooke House College Football Academy, Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England

My sister lives in London and she offered to let me stay with her if we could find a good university for an MBA with reasonable tuition fees. She was recommended World Student Advisors by a friend and she contacted Tim Hunt, CEO and Founder. Tim put me in contact with Ms Shamim David, World Student Advisors Director for Tanzania. Shamim worked closely with Tim to select a university. Catherine Njuguna helped me with the application to York St John University (London Campus) and Fartun Mohamed add the final touch of an excellent student journey by helping with me Tier 4 visa application. At the time things were stressful for me, however the World Student Advisors team were ever present and above all reassuring. Without their support I think I would still be in Dar-es-Salaam. London is an exciting City. York St. Johns a very good university and the experience priceless. I highly recommend World Student Advisors to any Tanzanians looking to study abroad.

Isaac Munanka from Tanzania

Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) York St John University (London Campus)

I visited the Zambia High Commission in London and at this time Tim Hunt, CEO and Founder of World Student Advisors was there as a guest. By chance we spoke, and he gave me his business card. About nine months later I contact Tim from Lusaka. He recalled meeting me and we discussed if he would help me find a master’s degree in civil engineering, preferably in London. He recommended London South Bank University.

He passed my details to World Student Advisors Student Support Centre where I was introduced to the centre manager Catherine Njuguna. Catherine took control of my application and led me through the process until I paid the deposit and I was unconditional.  The next stage is the dreaded visa application! This turned out to be very straight forward, the golden rule, is to not listen to anyone else and follow what World Student Advisors say.

An amazing experience, I highly recommend to World Student Advisors for Zambians looking to study in the UK.

Milica Mulange from Zambia

MSc Civil Engineering, London South Bank University

I had some money to study abroad. I looked at the USA and this is much more expensive than the UK. I found World Student Advisors through a Google search and I sent Tim Hunt, CEO and Founder and WhatsApp message. He replied within minutes and then we talked about my qualifications, what I would like to study and most important my parents BUDGET! I desperately wanted a UK degree; I know how highly they are valued. The budget was the issue. Tim suggested Cyprus. My mum and dad were not keen, they have heard stories about low quality degrees from Cyprus. This proposition was different. As the University of Central Lancashire has a good reputation and they validate their OWN DEGREES at their OWN CAMPUS in Cyprus. The fees were manageable, the climate fantastic and the teaching as good as would get from the UK. My final degree award is a UK degree from a well-respected UK university with no mention of Cyprus. This is am amazing story had it not been for World Student Advisors I would have had to study at a local university in Lusaka. Thank you, World Student Advisors

Chanda Phiri from Zambia

I had some money to study abroad. I looked at the USA and this is much more expensive than the UK. I found World Student Advisors through a Google search and I sent Tim Hunt, CEO and Founder and WhatsApp message. He replied within minutes and then we talked about my qualifications, what I would like to study and most important my parents BUDGET!

I desperately wanted a UK degree; I know how highly they are valued. The budget was the issue. Tim suggested Cyprus. My mum and dad were not keen, they have heard stories about low quality degrees from Cyprus. This proposition was different. As the University of Central Lancashire has a good reputation and they validate their OWN DEGREES at their OWN CAMPUS in Cyprus. The fees were manageable, the climate fantastic and the teaching as good as would get from the UK. My final degree award is a UK degree from a well-respected UK university with no mention of Cyprus.

This is am amazing story had it not been for World Student Advisors I would have had to study at a local university in Lusaka.

Thank you, World Student Advisors

Chanda Phiri from Zambia

BSc (Hons) Psychology University of Central Lancashire Cyprus Campus

As we all know things are not easy in Zimbabwe and I don’t want to turn this into a political statement. The bottom line is most Zimbabweans do not have high enough levels of disposable income to study abroad. This is possibly factual about most of sub-Saharan ran Africa.

I was in a search for a scholarship and gave this up after several failed attempts. I then turn to World Student Advisors for help and advice.

I met Millicent Makonse, WSA Director for World Student Advisors in Harare. She is a straightforward honest lady and I respect her for these qualities. We looked at my budget and what were the honest options.

We settled for the University of Debrecen, Hungry. Please do not make the mistake and think because a university’s degree tuition fees are not that expensive it equates to poor quality. The University of Debrecen is highly regarded for research and its medical School is recognized by the World Health Organisation (WHO).

Once we were set on the BSc Chemical Engineering the rest of the WSA team kicked in. Catherine superbly managed my application and Fartun added the cream to the cake by taking me through the visa process.

World Student Advisors are not so well known as the cowboys such as SI-UK whose customer services leaves a lot to be desired.

If I was a Zimbabwean hoping to study abroad, I would work with World Student Advisors, real people with time for you.

Garai Moyo from Zimbabwe

BSc Chemical Engineering University of Debrecen, Hungary
Who We Are

Our Team

Fartun Mohamed

Head Office Manager

Milliecent Makonese

Director (Zimbabwe)

Mr. Charles Mwaura

Director (Ethiopia)

Michelle Mutasa

Business Development Manager (Zimbabwe)

Shamim David

Director (Tanzania)

Kelvin Tembo

Manager (Zambia)

Gladys Naadi

Director (Ghana)

Maryam Lawal

Director (Nigeria)

Pedro Bezarra

Director of Lusophone country, Resident Of england

Madalitso Dube

Director (Malawi)

Catherine Njeri Njunuga

WSA Support Centre Manager

Enita Zimuto

Business Development Manager (Zimbabwe)

Timothy James Hunt

CEO and Founder of WSA
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