United States of America

We value our links with the United States of America and we have welcomed American students at Surrey for a number of years. Currently we have over 50 students from the USA studying here.

If you have any questions about studying at Surrey, please contact your dedicated Surrey contact Katie Sharpe or one of our student ambassadors.

We also work with several external representatives, who can provide information and guidance on study opportunities at Surrey.

Find out about US loans here.

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We have country-specific guidance to help you in your application.

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Latest blog posts

25.04.19

Meet a Minnesotan!

\ Hi, I’m Krysia! \ Greetings my fellow Americans, I would like to introduce myself as I have recently...

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Surrey, Guildford, London: a guide to the area in and around university

If you haven’t lived in England, you may be confused about where the university is located and...

Visas and immigration

If you’re an international student you may need to apply for a visa or approval by the Academic Technology Approval Scheme before commencing your studies with us.

Undergraduate webinars

Postgraduate webinars

Guidance and support

Read our guidance on making preparations for your new life in the UK and access our tailored English language support once you arrive at the University.

An international community

With students from over 120 different countries, we’re proud to be one of the most culturally diverse universities in the UK.