WHY STUDY IN UNITED KINGDOM
INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNISED DEGREE : All UK universities and some higher education colleges are recognised bodies. Other institutions, which do not have the power to award their own degrees, may provide full courses which lead to a degree of a recognised body.
EDUCATION SYSTEM : United Kingdom has two education systems in place
1.Scotland - Primary education of 7 years and secondary education of 4 years leads.
2.England ,Wales & Northern Ireland – 2year and 1year programs with Research opportunities and PhD
RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES : A long tradition of innovation, combined with a modern, trail-blazing spirit, makes the UK an ideal place to study. UK universities and research institutions have produced 107 Nobel Prize winners. UK research papers make up 20% of the world’s research papers with over 1,000 citations, surpassing the US in average research impact. The UK spends 4% of the world’s total expenditure on scientific research and development, with 6% of the world’s researchers. UK universities are investing more than ever – in the highereducation sector, the amount of money spent on research and development has increased by 86% in the last 20 years
LANGUAGE EDUCATION : There is no denying that the United Kingdom is a linguistically diverse nation, with languages from all over the globe spoken within its borders. However, English native speakers are often around as most cannot speak another language. It is not compulsory to study a language in post-16 education .
LIBERAL IMMIGRATION : Can apply for Post-Study work visa (subject to PSW applicable Universities) within 1 month of course completion / Before expiry of visa. You can apply for a Tier 2 (General) visa if You’ve been offered a skilled job in the UK. You’re from outside the (EEA) and Switzerland
LEARNING AND LEISURE : Activities such as sports, art galleries etc. within the campus, adds a tint of excitement to the students’ overall study experience in the UK.
POSSIBILITY TO WORK : As a student you can work 20 hours a week /fulltime during holidays *
MULTICULTURAL SOCIETY AND A PLEASANT DESTINATION : The UK has welcomed newcomers for centuries. It is a mixture of diverse ethnic groups, each with their own distinct culture and sometimes their own language or religion. Afro Caribbean people, for example, arrived in the UK after the second World War. There are over 1.5 million Muslims in Britain, mostly Asians. Asian, however, can be a misleading term as it refers to all those people with roots or family connections in the former British colonies of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. Asian does not always mean that the person is of Indian descent. Not all Asians are Muslim. Some are Hindus and others are Sikhs. These 2 groups celebrate the festival of Diwali on November 6th.