Guardianship News

Get In Touch!

As we grow, we've found that people are using a variety of ways to contact us and keep up to date with our news. So we're making the most of the internet, and sharing our news with you!

For Twitter fans, become a Bright World "Tweep" and follow us on @brightworldnews

If Facebook's more your thing, come and visit our Facebook Page - but dont forget to LIKE our page or you won't receive all our updates and news!

Or our main website page www.brightworld.co.uk is always a great place to read up on what we're up to. Here you can do so many things - fill in an online application form for Guardianship services, apply to become a Bright World host family, or just Contact us simply to find out more about us! 

We are always glad to hear feedback so please pay us a visit online and send us a message!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Happy Chinese New Year of the Tiger and a Happy Spring Half term

We want to wish all our guardianship students a wonderful Half term holiday, either with their Bright World host family or with their own family if they have travelled home.

For those of you who celebrate the Chinese New Year then we wish you a hearty Happy New Year of the Tiger. 

 

 

 

 

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Welcome to the UK and welcome back to our returning guardianship students!

Well, it is official, all our new and returning students are now back safe and sound. 

 

 

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UCAS applications for UK university - timings

We are often asked about timings relating to undergraduate entry for UK university students.  Here is a timeline showing what students should do when.  In this case we are talking about university entry for 2011. 

Remember, Bright World Education Ltd works with over 25 UK universities and offers free advice and placement service in the Britisih Education system.  

 UCAS university application timeline

 

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Swine Flu - our policy and contingency plans

This news item is designed to present our company policy in response to any of our students becoming infected with the H1N1 virus or Swine Flu while they are in the UK under our guardianship.

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