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Study in the UK

 

Home to some of the world’s greatest cities and one of the cultural hubs of Europe, there are plenty of reasons to study in the United Kingdom.

Why study in the UK?

Whenever in the world you choose to pursue your career, a degree from a university in the United Kingdom is internationally respected and considered a quality education.

Get to know the UK education system

The UK offers a diverse and flexible range of courses in globally ranked institutions.

THE University Rankings in United Kingdom for 2019-2020

Check out THE University Rankings in United Kingdom for 2019-2020

Scholarships in the UK

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Looking for a world-class education, in a place bursting with culture and history? The United Kingdom awaits!
Student visa requirements
You can apply up to three months before your intended date of travel to the UK. Your application date is the date when your application fee is paid.
Employment while you study
Working part-time while can be a great way to help with the cost of living in the UK and also gain work experience in your field of study.
Insurance
You should think carefully about insurance cover to help protect your health, your home and your belongings.
Health and support services
Moving to a new country isn’t always easy. That’s why most schools, colleges and universities in the UK offer orientation programs, which help you make new friends and get to know your new campus and city.
Money and living expenses
You want to enjoy a healthy and happy study life in the UK. Knowing how much you need to for living expenses is a great starting point, but keep in mind the cost of living may be higher or lower depending on where you live.
Accommodation
Depending on what you need – and your budget - you might choose to rent a flat, live on campus, live in a private hall of residence, or live with a local family (homestay).
Newcastle
Making yourself feel at home in Newcastle shouldn’t take long – the locals here will go out of their way to welcome you with open arms.
London
London – it’s one of the world’s largest, most happening cities. That can be a little overwhelming, but for the most part, incredibly exciting.
Edinburgh
Scotland is probably best known for being a land of men in skirts (kilts), questionable dishes made out of a sheep’s stomach (haggis) and accents that can be pretty hard to work out.
Cardiff
Scotland is probably best known for being a land of men in skirts (kilts), questionable dishes made out of a sheep’s stomach (haggis) and accents that can be pretty hard to work out.
Glasgow
Glasgow is a vibrant multicultural city with rich history bursting with energy and home to over 20,000 international students.
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