From Cambridge, UK;
Former Bellerbys College Principal, Global Recruitment Director, Global Admissions Director
Who is Mr. Few?
Prior to joining Jack StudyAbroad, David spent 18 years working as the campus Principal, the global admission director, and the global recruitment director for Bellerbys College, a UK based international college with 4 colleges at Brighton, London Cambridge and Oxford. His passion, hard work and belief in all things Bellerbys has seen the college grow from 547 students in 2001 to 1,900 in 2013.
David has become known in the industry as an expert in Bellerbys and was the public face of one of the most powerful brands in the Education industry. Parents and students trust his counselling and feel that their children are in good hands with an institution represented by David.
What Can Mr. Few Do for Me?
No one in Singapore understands UK Foundation Year Programs & UK A Level Programs better than David does. In fact, most UK-bound foundation year / A level students from Singapore prior to 2014 have either been consulted by David or listened to one of David’s presentation.
With his 36-years of experience in International Education, David is passionate about international education and is an expert among experts in UK education. David, together with the team, will contribute his knowledge and experience to assist any students from Singapore who is considering studying a Foundation Year program or A level program in the UK. If you are a parent, David can also advise you about your children’s study plan and welfare arrangements.
When and Where Can I Meet Mr. Few?
You can meet David in JACK StudyAbroad office at OrchardGateway (Somerset) from Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays and subject to David’s availability). We require student under the age of 18 to be accompanied by parents. It’s free of charge but it’s necessary to make an appointment. We will arrange a 60-minute 1-to-1 session for you.
For making appointment, call us at 67376734 (Mon-Fri, 930-6pm) or complete the form below indicate “I wish to meet Mr Few” in the [What are you interested in studying] section.