EDUCATION IN THE UK
The UK is a leader in many areas of education including engineering, science, art and design, business and management, law and finance. With only one percent of the world’s population, the UK is responsible for eight percent of global scientific publications. The UK offers a world-renowned education system with qualifications that can bring a great change to your future. It expects over 600,000 international students each year to various programmes.
WHY TO STUDY IN THE UK
The UK education system gives students the freedom to combine courses and subjects from different areas of studies, so you can get your degree to your own needs and interest. A degree from any British university will look great on a CV, and when looking for work in the future, no matter the industry and the location, having a qualification from the UK itself brings impact to your future endeavours.
British higher education providers are recognised internationally for their creative and challenging environments, that help students to be their best. Their standards are highly regarded, with experts on many academic topics, and they’re generally high in internationally university rankings.
The British higher education system has been the basis for higher education standards around the world for a long time, with revolutionary teaching styles and modern facilities.
TOP UNIVERSITIES IN THE UK
University college London, Imperial college, King’s college, Queen Mary University of London, Middlesex University, University of Greenwich are some of the top colleges/Universities in London.
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Part time jobs for students:
- Maximum of 20 hours per week of paid/unpaid work for those studying at degree level or more
- Maximum of 10 hours per week of paid/unpaid work during course term for language centre students
- The Student visa must be valid and issued for a full-time course
- Full-time work is allowed during vacations
- Students pursuing part-time courses are not allowed to work in the UK by authorities
- You can’t work full time until you have received a work permit (Tier 2)
- Self-employment is not permitted, like any freelance or consultancy work
HOW TO APPLY FOR UNIVERSITIES IN THE UK
All applications for Bachelor’s degrees in the UK are submitted using the UCAS application website (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service). The majority of universities will only accept your application through the UCAS system.
For PhD programmes, applicants are usually expected to also choose a suitable supervisor from the university.
Documents you may need to apply for Universities in the UK
- Birth certificate/AADHAR CARD
- Passport, National Identification card
- Reference letters, if required
- Evidence of English Proficiency
- Academic transcripts
- Graduate applicants may also be required to submit a research proposal.
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Tests required to prove your English language proficiency
- IELTS Academic
- Cambridge Assessment English- C1 Advanced
- PTE Academic.