Information for international students
Keele receives between 800 and 1,000 international students each year, of around 100 different nationalities. You can speak to an International Student Support Officer at any time if you need any help before or after you arrive. A student mentor can be allocated to you before you get here, to help you settle in to Keele life, so try to make sure you request this as it usually turns out to be really helpful. There’s an English Language Unit on campus to help you get the most from your studies if English isn’t your first language. If you’re an international student on the pharmacy degree course you’ll be personally invited to a reception early in the course where you can meet the pharmacy school student support team and other international students already studying in the School of Pharmacy and Bioengineering.