STUDY IN UK
ABOUT U.K

When you come to the UK, you get four countries in one England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Each has its own distinctive history, landscape and modern culture. And, because they're all within easy reach of one another, they're easy to explore. The national air, rail, coach and bus networks will get you almost anywhere in the UK- so you won't need a car, as you might in some countries. Discounts or special rates are generally available for students on most forms of transport. All international students staying in the UK for a period of six months or more will qualify for free healthcare through the National Healthcare Service.

It's easy to see the rest of Europe. The Channel Tunnel, cheap flights and ferries mean that you're never too far away from the other great capital cities of the European mainland. The closeness of the rest of Europe means that many institutions offer work placements and periods of study there.

Some courses are taught while others require research. Taught courses usually involve presentations, written course work such as marked essays, exams and dissertations. Classroom sessions are highly interactive, requiring student participation.

EDUCATION SYSTEM IN U.K

STUDENTS in the UK engage with learning at a number of different levels. A wide range of institutions will deliver courses at each level - from schools and colleges to further education colleges and universities.

These levels - primary, secondary, 16 to 19, further education and higher education. At all levels (other than primary) students may choose to study towards a wide variety of different qualifications.

Higher National Certificates and Higher National Diplomas
If you want to go on to higher education and gain a recognized qualification to do a specific job, a BTEC HNC or HND could be for you. HNCs and HNDs focus on 'learning by doing' and can lead into a new career, or help you progress in your current line of work.

HNCs (Higher National Certificates) and HNDs (Higher National Diplomas) are work-related (vocational) higher education qualifications. While bachelor's degrees tend to focus on gaining knowledge, HNCs and HNDs are designed to give you the skills to put that knowledge to effective use in a particular job.

Bachelors Degree: BA / BSc / MB
A bachelor's degree (sometimes known as an 'ordinary' or 'first' degree) is a course of academic study leading to a qualification such as a Bachelor of Arts (BA), Bachelor of Science (BSc), or bachelor of medicine (MB). It usually takes three or four years to complete full time (normally four years if you're doing a sandwich course, which includes a year in industry or abroad). Bachelor's degrees in some subjects can take longer; for example, medical courses usually take five or six years. You can also study for a bachelor's degree part time or through flexible learning.

Postgraduate Qualifications
If you want to carry on your studies after a bachelor's degree, or learn more about a particular subject, there are a range of postgraduate qualifications available. Some are linked to a specific profession, while others allow you to complete an original piece of research.

A master's degree is a qualification of academic study. It can be research based, a taught course, or a mixture of both, and will take at least 12 months of full-time study to complete. You may also have to submit a dissertation at the end of your course.

Doctorates
A doctorate qualification gives you the opportunity to undertake an original piece of research. It will usually take at least three years of full-time study to complete.


BENEFITS OF STUDYING IN U.K
  • Programs with internship
  • Easy workpermit options
  • Low expence

TUTION FEE: $5000 to $12000


USEFUL LINKS
Website URL
The Home Office https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/home-office
UK Boarder Agency https://www.gov.uk/
Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants http://www.jcwi.org.uk/
UK Government site for entry Visas https://www.gov.uk/
UK government Directory https://www.direct.gov.uk
UK Inland Revenue http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/
Immigration & Nationality Directorate https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/uk-visas-and-immigration
Directory of British Embassies Worldwide https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/foreign-commonwealth-office
British Council http://www.educationuk.org/
Studying in the UK https://www.gov.uk/browse/visas-immigration/student-visas