Since 1989, Anglia Foundation operates as a center of foreign languages and IT. At the same time, it supports the entry of candidate students in the best British Universities. Aris Madellis is the owner of Anglia Foundation. Our experienced staff can effectively guide and support young people in many ways depending on their specific needs.
Studying in London stands out for many reasons. London is not just the capital city of England and the United Kingdom. It is one of the most cosmopolitan places in the world. For many experts, London is the center of Europe in theater, music and arts in general. London is also considered one of the most important centers of Economy and Technology in Europe. Many of the most important events in the world take place in the British capital.
It is perfectly normal for students from all around the world to prefer studying in London. Student life in London is a truly unique experience worth experiencing. In the capital of UK you will find students with different cultures from Europe, Asia, and Africa. Many of the best universities in Great Britain are based in London. Of course, we must emphasize that living in London is more expensive than many other cities in Britain.
Higher education in the UK (England, Scotland and Wales) is the first choice for many candidates all over the world. The undergraduate studies last for nine months each year from late September to early June. British Institutions maintain a strong tradition for academic excellence and provide first class training for further professional practice in many academic fields. Education in Britain is certainly in English, the most important international language, which is a big advantage in today’s developing world for business and other purposes. Degrees from UK universities are recognized worldwide. Eventually, this important life experience in Britain could lead to a remarkable career in any country.
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Higher education in the UK (England, Scotland and Wales) is the first choice for many candidates all over the world. The undergraduate studies last for nine months each year from late September to early June. British Institutions maintain a strong tradition for academic excellence and provide first class training for further professional practice in many academic fields. […]READ MORE
Anglia Foundation fully guides and supports candidate students so that they can enter the most remarkable undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the best British Universities. We have sent hundreds of students in England to do lots of different courses. Many of our students have done their Masters or PhD in London or another city in […]READ MORE
WikiPedia offers a detailed student guide that can make the selection of a British University easier. University rankings and tables are included. Traditional Institutions like the University of Oxford or University of Cambridge appear on top of most of the rankings. You may also watch the following video that presents the top 10 Universities in the UK. […]READ MORE
In this section of our web site, candidate students may be informed about some of the most common english language certificates. IELTS is usually the best option if you want to study in the UK. In the IELTS exam your score should be between 5.5 and 7 out of 9 to have increased chances of […]READ MORE
Study Finance is of great importance for both undergraduate and postgraduate studies. The fact is that life in Northern England, Scotland and Wales is generally cheaper than most european countries. For a typical student, the cost of living in Britain is estimated at £800- £1,100 pounds sterling (900-1,300 euros) per month, depending on the amenities that each […]READ MORE
What exactly is a student loan? The British Ministry of Education provides student loans in order to help students cope with their study costs. A student loan is given to every student who has been admitted to a British university after completing the proper application form. Every undergraduate student who has been accepted by a British University is entitled to a […]READ MORE
“In September 2009 Anglia Foundation helped me enrol at the History and Archaeology Course of the Lampeter University in Wales. I was particularly impressed by the preparation lessons for the IELTS taught by the English teachers at Anglian Foundation. The degree in the field of history and archaeology is indeed what I wanted. Mr. Madellis supported my efforts to attain an M.Sc. Archeology place at Birbeck University in London.”
“I was not ready psychologically for my military service, so I decided to go to the UK and attend a Travel Management BA course at Bucks University near London. The University is modern, the location is ideal (only 40 minutes from London), and the professors are very friendly. Anglia Foundation assisted in me attaining my student finance loan, so that I would not have to burden my parents with the University fees for the time being.”
My husband is a civil engineer and as parents we always wanted our son Andreas to continue the family tradition. Just when it seemed it was too late to be accepted in August 2010, Mr. Aris Madellis arranged Andreas’ entry into Brighton University for BA Civil Engineering Year 1. He loves the lifestyle at Brighton and the fairs which take place often. It has a strong Engineering Department. It is a tourist area near the sea with many hotels. Many Greeks attend this University so we have our own little community here. I think the climate is a little warmer at Brighton than it is in the north of England.
“I was accepted at Brunel for MEM Masters of Engineering Management. I have plans on doing a PhD in EngD- Automation of CAM – push-button machining – School of Engineering & Physical Sciences, in the UK.”
“I was confused after the High School Pan-Hellenic Exams and Mr. Madellis advised me on career prospects. I finally found my way and what I was looking for.”
“I attended the foundation course for the Bachelor studies in Architecture in the Metropolitan University of London. Anglia Foundation has helped me follow in my father’s steps, since he is a successful Civil Engineer in Kalloni of Lesvos island. I am thinking of staying in England for my Master’s degree upon completion of my undergraduate studies. It would be interesting to stay in England in order to gain professional experience as an architect.”
My child visited the UK for the first time when he was 12 years old. Then he fell in love with this country, and even then he was determined that he wants to continue his education in the UK after finishing high school. At the beginning of the third year of high school he began exploring what would be the opportunities to get any financial assistance, as he desire to be as independent as possible. He found your website and connected with you. What I liked is that the money he obtained is not a scholarship, with which he would be obligated to someone and that after his study he can look by himself for a job and opportunities. I felt satisfaction and relief, because you arranged things for us, you know how things work and gave us lots of advices. Searching of proper faculty was successful, and now he is a satisfied law student at one of the best Universities in the UK.
Anglia Foundation secured Medical Physiology Year 1 at the University of East London for my son Alexandros. My goal and my son’s goal was to transfer to Physiotherapy Year 1 in 2011. Mr. Aris Madellis at Anglia Foundation achieved this enormous task. My son’s IELTS score is quite high (7.0). Anglia Foundation also assisted my daughter in attaining a place at UEL for a postgraduate Masters M.Sc. Applied Psychology. Anglia Foundation helped to acquire a modern 2 bedroom studio for my children in the private sector at Stratford near UEL University. Mr. Madellis not only was an educational consultant, he became a friend.
“I was fortunate to consult Aristides Madellis at the last minute and I secured my place in the UK.”
I am an Albanian father who has brought up his children in Greece. My dream was for my son to attend a UK University to improve his future prospects. My son, Renaldo, was accepted into a Business Foundation course at Manchester Metropolitan University. As an Albanian national and not having a Greek passport, he had to pay the fees. His student visa procedure was complicated but Mr. Aris Madellis finally managed to arrange everything and his papers arrived in time for him to leave. I expect my son to have an EU Greek passport soon so the tuition fees will not be such a burden for me in the future.