Study in UK
United Kingdom (U.K.)
Area: 244,820 Square Kilometers.
Population: 55.62 Million (2017 by ONS UK)
Currency: Pound Sterling
Official Languages: Swedish, Finnish, Yiddish, Romani
Date Format: YYYY-MM-DD/ DD-MM-YYYY
Main Cities: London, Liverpool, Bristol, Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow, Brighton, Portsmouth, Plymouth.
The United Kingdom, made up of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, is an island nation in Northwestern Europe. Their capitals are London, Edinburgh, Cardiff and Belfast. England – birthplace of world evergreen famous band The Beatles and William Shakespeare is – home to the capital, London, a globally influential center of finance and culture. The United Kingdom is a developed country and has the world’s fifth-largest economy by nominal GDP and ninth largest economy by purchasing power parity.
The education system in the UK is divided into 4 parts, primary education, secondary education, further education and higher education. Children in the UK have to legally attend the primary and secondary education which runs from 5 years old to until the student is 16 years old.
The UK has become one of the top destinations to study around the world. The UK is the second most popular destination in the world after the USA. The UK traditionally provides 3 years of undergraduate programs /degrees and 1 year master’s program in its universities. For international students as well students from EU who needs to improve their English or meet conditional offer agreements, foundation courses and English language schools can help to hit student’s target. The higher degrees and qualifications from the UK universities and institutions are known around the world as high quality and world class. Generally it takes less time to complete higher degree in the UK in comparison to others.
I.E.L.T.S: Mandatory (Lots of Universities accept without I.E.L.T.S too)
Intake: February and September
Fees (NPRs): 15 to 25 lacs (Per Year)
Scholarships: Available for Deserving Students.
Best Courses: Technical Field, Business and Engineering
Fund: Around 20 to 25 lacs
Visa Decisions: 5 – 6 weeks
Embassy Interview: Yes (Must be prepared, may ask any sorts of question)
Bio metric: Yes
Travel to India: No
Universities and Colleges in the UK
|University of London||King’s College London|
|University of College London||Imperial College London|
|University of Cambridge||London School of Economics|
|Queen’s University Belfast||GSM London|
|University of Oxford||Abbey College|
|Durham University||Blackburn College|
|University of Leeds||British College of Osteopathic Medicine – London|
|Cardiff University||Exeter College|
|Queen Mary University of London||Huddersfield New College|
|University of Glasgow||Kaplan International (Bath, Bournemouth, Cambridge, Edinburgh, London, Manchester, Oxford,|
|University of Huddersfield||Kensington College of Business – London|
|Middlesex University||Liverpool Community College|
|Coventry University||London School of Science and Technology|
|University of Liverpool|
|London Metropolitan University|
|University of Sussex|
|University of Exeter|
|University of Bristol|
|University of Birmingham|
|University of Kent|
|Cardiff Metropolitan University|
Facts of UK:
- Tea is the most popular drinks among British. It is estimated that they drink on average 165 million cups every day.
- Did you know the first postage stamp was created in the UK
- Oxford University is the oldest University in the whole UK
- 27% of the population are declared atheists
- UK has only 15 national park but which covers 8% of the British land.
- No mountains in England higher than 1,000 meters.
- There is no active volcanoes in UK till now.
- London counts over 170 museums.
- The UK has no written constitute