About Amber Education UK
Amber Education – The Global Education Expert
Amber Education was founded in 1999 and has been providing professional consultation services to thousands of students with their applications to the UK’s elite universities ever since. Having had 16 years’ experience working in the international education sector with 9 offices across Hong Kong and China, Amber Education decided to expand its business by opening a new office in central London in June 2015.
Amber Education UK offers a bespoke education consultancy service to international students already studying in the UK who wish to continue their education at a UK university. We also work with a number of elite universities and institutions in Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the USA. Our education consultants offer trusted, knowledgeable advice about applying to university, which is individually tailored to suit each student. We take into account academic backgrounds, personal preferences, and career goals to help our students succeed in receiving an offer from their chosen university.
Apart from offering a bespoke education consultancy service, the London office also provides a comprehensive guardianship service to international students who are under the age of 18. It is a“legal requirement” for all overseas students under the age of 18 to have a UK based guardian whilst they complete their studies in the UK. Our “Premier Guardianship” service targets parents who are looking for a service that ‘goes above and beyond’ for its clients and who want their child to succeed and achieve the best that they can in their studies whilst they are here in the UK. Guardians, whether an individual or a family, have the responsibility to support the student that is within their care in any way that will help them to make the most of the time that they spend studying at their UK boarding school/further education college. We oversee the student’s work and progress, attend parents’ meetings, monitor the academic and social development of the student and report back to the students’ parents overseas.