Study in United Kingdom
Why Choose UK ?
The quality of the universities in the UK means that your degree will be held in high regard by employers the world over, giving you an edge over other applicants. As a graduate from a UK university, you’re amongst an incredibly talented alum – the British Council estimates that 38% of Nobel Laureates who studied abroad did it in the UK.
‘The UK is substantially cheaper than other English-speaking study abroad destinations such as the US and Australia when it comes to paying for higher education. Tuition fees in the UK sit between at least £2,000 and £3,000 cheaper than the United States and Australia.
The United Kingdom has universities in nearly every city, meaning that, wherever you go, there is a thriving student population – and it’s growing! UK student numbers rise every year across all levels of higher education so you will always be surrounded by like-minded individuals from diverse backgrounds (and, more importantly, shops and restaurants that offer student discounts.)
Integrating into such student populations will be the first step to making lifelong friends from around the globe, one of the most special aspects of studying abroad.
The United Kingdom has the National Health Service, which means if you are studying in the UK for 6 months or more you are able to access healthcare completely free of charge. You still have to pay for medicine, but this is also capped under the NHS and you will only ever pay £8.60 per item, regardless of how expensive the medicine you have been prescribed is.
This comes as a great benefit to students who are worried about funding their study abroad experience. Hopefully, you will not get sick, but the peace of mind just in case is worth it!
Your student visa means that you’re able to work up to 20 hours per week in a part-time job. The UK also has a guaranteed minimum wage, meaning you could earn a minimum of £118.00 before tax per week to help fund your studies.
Or, you can consider an internship through your university at one of the many internationally famous companies based in the UK, such as the BBC, Rolls Royce, or Burberry. One way or another, your resume will look great after completing your study abroad experience.
The UK boasts one of the highest student satisfaction rates amongst English speaking countries, with over 90% of the whopping 2.32 million students in the UK happy with their experience.
This is an impressive number, especially considering the unique and various locations, universities, and programs offered across the UK! Therefore, if you’re still undecided about where to study abroad, you are almost sure to love an experience in the UK, no matter in which city you end up.
So, what do you think? Are you ready to explore all the amazing universities and programs that the UK has to offer?
Some info sourced from educations.com
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