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Why study in UK

Quality higher education experience

Studying in UK gives you all the opportunities as it is very prestigious and the standards are high at all levels. Universities and colleges are continually assessed by the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA). Research standards are examined by the Research Assessment Exercise (RAE), which publishes its findings every five years. The qualifications that students gain are recognized worldwide, and UK courses encourage independence, creativity, and importantly, self-reliance. All of these qualities are appreciated by employers worldwide.

Welcoming environment with study support

If your new environment or methods of study prove difficult for you to adjust, your institution will be on hand to provide guidance and support as UK has a long tradition of welcoming international students, so you can be sure of getting good support during your time there.

If you are undertaking a university course, you will automatically be assigned a personal tutor and if they can’t help you, they will refer you to someone who can.

Various flexibility in taking courses

UK universities and colleges offer a huge range of academic and vocational opportunities available at all levels, from further to higher education. You can enroll on a bachelor's degree, start by taking a 2-year HND or foundation degree or study a single honors’ degree or more than one subject in a joint or combined honors’ degree. Many UK courses have a ‘modular’ structure. This means you can build a personalized course by choosing modules or units of study from different subject areas.

Good value for your money

One of the most attractive features of studying in the UK is that it offers good value for money. Undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the UK are generally much shorter than those abroad which help to reduce the amount of time and money you will end up paying in tuition fees and living costs. Besides, there are also a number of scholarship and some financial assistance available from UK institutions.

Work and job prospects

When you enter UK getting a student visa you are allowed to work part-time. The cost of living in the UK is quite high, so many students want to find part-time or holiday jobs so that they can afford to stay longer. Employment opportunities exist: unemployment is quite low in many parts of the UK. Voluntary work has a long history in the UK and is usually well-organized. UK undergraduate qualifications let employers know at a glance that you've got the skills they're looking for, putting you on the right track for a great job and a great salary a year after graduating.