England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are the four countries that make up the United Kingdom. Almost 5,00,000 students from around the world flock to the UK each year making it the second most popular destination for international students. By building a world class education system, Britain has become a model for other countries.
With over 160 institutions across the country that provides a wide range of degrees, britain has become a favourite in international education. Any qualification gained in the UK is highly valued worldwide as students receive highest quality teaching from professionals regardless of where in the UK the student chooses to study.
Teaching methods in England may be different from what international students are used to. Students have freedom of choices on the course and are encouraged to advocate their ideas and interact with peers.
Universities and colleges, offer over 50,000 undergraduate-level higher education courses across the UK in more than 25 subject areas. Courses in the UK are generally shorter than those in other countries, helping to reduce overall costs in terms of tuition fees and accommodation.
Four-year programs are becoming more popular, but most degree programs in the UK are three years, and a Master’s program between one and two years. International students in the UK are allowed to work for up to 20 hours a week during school term and full time during out of term. Some exciting things to do in the UK in between study time includes visiting a range of sports clubs and making trips around the country etc.