Why Study in the UK?

Why Study in the UK?

Studying in the United Kingdom (UK) is a great decision; you will ensure that your degree will be recognized and respected, anywhere in the world. The UK education system makes sure that Universities, Colleges and other institutions of higher learning provide you the solid foundation you need to bolster your potential. This helps you secure the higher salary you need and finding you exactly the job you want to have. Every university in the UK is recognized worldwide for having its holistic and creative environments for students, that the students expand their horizons and explore the unfamiliar. UK standards are one of the highest in the world and have maintained this reputation over the years; this is done by continually testing and ranking these universities on how well they meet modern challenges. The UK education system, syllabus and methodology are elite and are emulated by other countries from all across the globe.

Studying in the United Kingdom (UK) is a great decision; you will ensure that your degree will be recognized and respected, anywhere in the world. The UK education system makes sure that Universities, Colleges and other institutions of higher learning provide you the solid foundation you need to bolster your potential. This helps you secure the higher salary you need and finding you exactly the job you want to have. Every university in the UK is recognized worldwide for having its holistic and creative environments for students, that the students expand their horizons and explore the unfamiliar. UK standards are one of the highest in the world and have maintained this reputation over the years; this is done by continually testing and ranking these universities on how well they meet modern challenges. The UK education system, syllabus and methodology are elite and are emulated by other countries from all across the globe.

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Source: British Council

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Source: British Council

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Source: British Council

UK Universities are Affordable

On average degrees from UK universities take far less time to complete than degrees from other countries. Where other countries, the US for example take at least 4 years for an undergraduate degree and on average 2 to 3 for a postgraduate, Universities in the UK have most courses taught at duration of 3 years, and 1 year for postgraduate. This drastically reduces the overall costing when it comes to choosing study options. In addition, in the universities in the UK offer scholarships, grants and bursaries for international students and all they need to do is apply.

UK Universities are Affordable

On average degrees from UK universities take far less time to complete than degrees from other countries. Where other countries, the US for example take at least 4 years for an undergraduate degree and on average 2 to 3 for a postgraduate, Universities in the UK have most courses taught at duration of 3 years, and 1 year for postgraduate. This drastically reduces the overall costing when it comes to choosing study options. In addition, in the universities in the UK offer scholarships, grants and bursaries for international students and all they need to do is apply.

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Source: British Council

How to gain entry into UK universities?

Entry through direct admissions into UK universities are usually for A-level or equivalent qualification holders. Different universities and degree programs require varying grades for admissions. Students who just missed the cut set by some universities could opt to take various intensive programs available to seek entry.

Students who are O-level or equivalent qualification holders can still gain entry into UK universities through Degree Foundation Programs offered by universities (e.g Sheffield International College for students interested to gain entry into University of Sheffield) or independent colleges (e.g Bellerbys College for students who wants to have a wider range of university choices).

 

 

To find out more about the cost of living, tuition fees and courses offered in the UK, do contact us and we are more than willing to advise you on any concerns you might have.

 

How to gain entry into UK universities?

Entry through direct admissions into UK universities are usually for A-level or equivalent qualification holders. Different universities and degree programs require varying grades for admissions. Students who just missed the cut set by some universities could opt to take various intensive programs available to seek entry.

Students who are O-level or equivalent qualification holders can still gain entry into UK universities through Degree Foundation Programs offered by universities (e.g Sheffield International College for students interested to gain entry into University of Sheffield) or independent colleges (e.g Bellerbys College for students who wants to have a wider range of university choices).

 

 

To find out more about the cost of living, tuition fees and courses offered in the UK, do contact us and we are more than willing to advise you on any concerns you might have.

 

Selected UK Universities

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University of Aberdeen

Aston University

University of Birmingham

University College Birmingham

Cardiff University

Cardiff Metropolitan University

Coventry University

Durham University

University of East Anglia

University of East London

Glasgow Caledonian University

Heriot Watt University

University of Greenwich

University of Huddersfield

Keele University

University of Kent

Kingston University

Lancaster University

Leeds Beckett University

Leeds Beckett University

University of Leicester

University of Lincoln

Liverpool John Moores University

Middlesex University

Queen Margaret University

Royal Holloway University

University of Sheffield

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Sheffield Hallam University

University of Strathclyde

University of Surrey

Swansea University

University of Aberdeen

Anglia Ruskin University

Aston University

Bangor University

University of Bath

Bellerbys College

Birmingham City University

University College Birmingham

University of Birmingham

Bournemouth University

University of Bradford

University of Brighton

University of Bristol

University of Buckingham

Cardiff University

Cardiff Metropolitan University

University of Chichester

City, University of London

Coventry University

De Montfort University

University College Dublin

University of Dundee

Durham University

University of East Anglia

University of East London

University of Edinburgh

 

Newcastle University

Oxford Brookes University

University of Nottingham

University of Reading

Regent's University London

Queen Mary, University of London

Queen Margaret University

Royal Holloway University London

University of Salford

The University of Sheffield

SOAS, University of London

University of Southampton

The University of Law

Sheffield Hallam University

University of Strathclyde Glasgow

St Mary's University, Twickenham

Southampton Solent University

University of Surrey

University of Sussex

Swansea University

University of Ulster (London Campus)

University of Westminster

Westminster Kingsway College

University of York

University of Aberdeen

Anglia Ruskin University

Aston University

Bangor University

University of Bath

Bellerbys College

Birmingham City University

University College Birmingham

University of Birmingham

Bournemouth University

University of Bradford

University of Brighton

University of Bristol

University of Buckingham

Cardiff University

Cardiff Metropolitan University

University of Chichester

City, University of London

Coventry University

De Montfort University

University of Dundee

University College Dublin

Durham University

University of East Anglia

University of East London

University of Edinburgh

University of Essex

University of Exeter

Glasgow Caledonian University

Heriot Watt University

Holland International Study Centre

University of Hull

University of Greenwich

University of Huddersfield

Istituto Marangoni

Keele University

University of Kent

Kingston University London

Lancaster University

Leeds Beckett University

University of Leeds

University of Leicester

University of Lincoln

University of Liverpool

Loughborough University

London South Bank University

Liverpool John Moores University

University of Manchester

Manchester Metropolitan University

Middlesex University London

Newcastle University

Oxford Brookes University

University of Nottingham

University of Reading

Regent's University London

Queen Mary, University of London

Queen Margaret University

Royal Holloway University London

University of Salford

The University of Sheffield

SOAS, University of London

University of Southampton

The University of Law

Sheffield Hallam University

University of Strathclyde Glasgow

St Mary's University, Twickenham

Southampton Solent University

University of Surrey

University of Sussex

Swansea University

University of Ulster (London Campus)

University of Westminster

Westminster Kingsway College

University of York

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