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Study In UK

On top of the list for popular study destinations, the UK has a long and proud tradition of education, housing universities with roots back in the 12th and 13th centuries. Famous for its language, history, culture and innovation, the UK has one of the highest student retention rates thanks to the comprehensive support systems in place for international students opting for education in the UK. One of the safest countries in the world, the UK provides a multicultural ambiance with a society that holds a reputation for tolerance and welcoming diversity.

Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Study in UK
• Renowned and Well-Respected Universities
• Internationally Recognized Courses & Qualifications
• Large Student Population
• Culturally Diverse
• Opportunities to Work

Education system in the United Kingdom

With an outstanding international reputation, the UK education system offers an excellent standard, a wide range of English language, pathway, undergraduate (bachelor) and postgraduate courses and fantastic teaching facilities.

English language schools and pathway providers offer pre-university preparation either through English language courses or foundation-level courses. These can help you to achieve entry to university or to prepare for university-level studies in the UK. Additionally, English language schools offer stand-alone courses for students wishing to improve their English for personal, academic or business reasons.

Undergraduate (bachelor) degrees in the UK are essential for many top-level careers and are normally studied over three years in England and Wales and four years in Scotland. They are mainly taught degrees, with teaching varying in format but usually taking place in large group lectures and small group tutorials.

Postgraduate degrees in the UK can be academic or focused on a particular industry you are looking to enter. You will generally need to have achieved an undergraduate (bachelor) degree or equivalent to be accepted into a postgraduate course.

There are two types of postgraduate study:

– Postgraduate Taught (such as masters by coursework) are usually one year in length.

– Postgraduate Research (such as PhDs) can be three or more years in length.

Cost of studying

Studying in the UK offers excellent value for money and although the UK is sometimes thought of as expensive, the reality is quite different

Shorter courses

Courses in the UK are often shorter and more intensive than in other countries. This will help you to save on tuition fees and living costs.

Course fees may cover a range of things you might not expect, including library access, sports, student union membership, and other practical facilities.