Study in UK
Here’s a comprehensive guide for all students who want to study in the UK
One of the most popular study destinations, the UK enjoys a proud tradition of education with universities rooting back to the 12th and 13th centuries.
Known for its language, history, culture and innovation, the UK has an average student retention rate of 82%. With a comprehensive support systems in place for international students, studying in the UK is definitely a life-changing experience.
A degree from a UK university is internationally respected, plus the country is credited with producing 14% of the world’s most cited academic papers and 5% of the world’s scientific research.
Besides its excellent higher education reputation, here’s a quick overview of why the country continues to charm.
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The UK fulfils the criteria for many students’ needs and has some of the best universities in the world, including Cambridge and Oxford.
Not every country in the world has a solid healthcare system. In fact, very few have a National Health Service (NHS) like the UK. Legal residents in the UK have access to free healthcare. International students can access the NHS upon payment of the International Health Surcharge (IHS). More details are available from the Health Advice and Services for International Students section of this guide.
Post-study work opportunity
With the new Post-graduate work visa policy in place, students enrolling for the 2020/21 academic year will be eligible to work for 2 years after finishing their studies.
There are few places with such a rich culture as the UK. With its mixed ethnic population and a long and interesting history, it is a fascinating place to explore.
The UK is geographically well placed
The UK is ideally placed for taking short trips to other countries. Many European destinations can be reached in just a few hours from London, which makes it a great travel hub.
Here’s an overview of the intakes available for UK Universities
Latest update: The UK government confirms that international students who graduate during or after the summer of 2021 will be eligible for a two-year post-study work visa (officially known as the Graduate Immigration Route). This applies to those who are already present in the UK or had begun online learning before flying over.