Attracted by the quality and reputation of a UK education, almost half a million international students study in the British higher education system.
Below are just some of the reasons that students choose the UK
Quality EducationUK education is recognised all over the world. Some of the leading institutions in the world are UK universities.
It’s diverseThere is such a mix of cultures and that makes is an intersesting place to study and to live. You will find varied cusines and there is something for everyone, whether it be international sports, world famous music festivals or amazing art galleries and museums.
Courses are shorter than in other countriesThe UK has a shorter, more intensive tertiary education system. Most undergraduate honours degrees are three years and taught masters courses are usually one year. Because of the shorter duration, you will be able to save on both tuition fees and living costs.
Employment prospectsYou may be able to work while you study. There are so many employment opportunities too. A lot of courses in the UK are designed in partnership with industry or include work experience meaning you are being trained to be the type of employee employers want.
FlexibilityUK courses offer so much choice including traditional academic courses and vocational courses. There are so many institutions too which means there is bound to be a place that suits you in the UK. You can also study degrees that include work experience or study in another country.
Learn EnglishThe UK is home to the English language so develop your skills and become more desirable to employers
Popular with International studentThe UK has welcomes millions of international students so knows what they need and has the support network in place to make you feel as welcome as possible. UK universities have decade of experience with International students from all over the world.
Amazing innovationThe UK is at the forefront of scientific and creative innovation. UK universities are continuously ranked highly in the world, and have the second highest number of Nobel Prizes in the world.