Consortium UK
Representatives in Thailand for the UK Universities of Bath, Exeter, Nottingham and Warwick
Study UK
Why use Consortium UK?
(and why you should not use an agent who is not an official representative of the University)

APPLYING YOURSELF
USING Consortium UK
Takes a long time to get information – you may not be able to get everything you need.
Consortium UK has the information you need quickly and easily – visit our office, send us an email, reply to “Contact Us” on this website, or telephone us for basic information; we will also be able to find extra information because of our direct access to key university staff.
No-one to help you with advice on suitable courses and help with online application – you may not be sure if you have the necessary entry requirements
Experienced staff at Consortium UK will give you all the honest advice and help you need, and we can explain the entry requirements. You will not waste time applying for courses that are not suitable for you. We can help you with the online application.
Information you have may be out of date
We have all the up-to-date information on new courses, entry requirements, rankings, etc.
You cannot certify (attest) your own supporting documents
Consortium UK is officially authorized by the Universities to copy and certify documents (and then upload direct)
You may need help with preparing your Statement of Purpose/Personal Statement and CV (Resume) and Reference Letters (letters of recommendation)
We can advise on your Statement of Purpose/Personal Statement and CV and suggest improvements before sending your application. We can also advise on Reference Letter requirements.
Sometimes difficult to find out if university has made you an offer
Consortium UK can find out the status of your application quickly
You may need help with sending course deposit, meeting offer conditions, booking Pre-sessional English, etc
We can advise on sending deposits, meeting offer conditions and we can help with booking Pre-sessional English, etc
How much do you know about the UK and the University? What do you know about living in the UK and campus/off-campus life?
Justin, the Managing Director of Consortium UK, is English and visits the Universities at least once every year, and Khun Kaek, the Senior Student Counsellor, has visited the Universities herself. Therefore, we are able to give real advice based on our own experiences in the UK, and we know lots of specific information about the Universities
Applying for and getting a visa without advice may be difficult and you might get your visa refused
We will give you advice on what you need to do and what documents you need to get your visa – we will also help you complete the online application form, Self-Assessment Form and scheduling an appoinment
Travelling to the UK – you may not know the best ways to get to the University
Consortium UK staff can give you the best advice about flights to the UK, onward road or rail travel to the University, hotels, places to visit (or not visit!!), etc
FINALLY, it will probably cost you more!!
Consortium UK offers a completely FREE service!!


Why you should not use an agent who is not an official representative of the University:

Some agents who do not officially represent the Universities (when they do not have a representation contract with the Universities of Bath, Exeter, Nottingham and Warwick), will offer to “help” you send an application. They will not receive any commission from the Universities of Bath, Exeter, Nottingham and Warwick if you decide to enrol there. Therefore, they will either (1) encourage you to enrol at a university from where they can receive commission, or (2), charge you a “consultation fee” (or whatever) for their services. Consortium UK do not charge you any fees because we have representation contracts with the Universities of Bath, Exeter, Nottingham and Warwick. Therefore, it is much better that you consult Consortium UK before you send an application.

Consortium UK never sends applications to universities that we do not officially represent. We prefer to focus on specialist representation of the Universities of Bath, Exeter, Nottingham and Warwick.

If you are not sure if an agent is an official representative of a university, then look at the university website to see if the agent is mentioned.



 Consortium UK
4th Floor Times Square (Room 423)
246 Sukhumvit Road (Between Soi 12 &14, Exit 5 BTS Asok with direct access to MRT Sukhumvit Station, near Asok/Sukhumvit/Rachada intersection – the building has a large car park and is next to the Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit Hotel and opposite Robinson Department Store and Terminal 21)
Bangkok 10110
Thailand
Tel: (+66) 0 2653 2384
Fax: 0 2653 2385
Mobile: 081 381 7941 (Justin) or 088 891 6854 (Kaek)
E-mail: info@consortiumuk.net
Website: www.consortiumuk.net

OPEN: Monday–Saturday 11.00-18.00 (please ask for earlier or later appointment if you wish) Sunday 14.00-18.00 (usually) - open on all public holidays (except Songkran)

"Agent of the Year 2013/14" – Bath School of Management