If your answer is “Yes”, the United Kingdom is the destination for you.
The UK is one of the world’s most popular and leading destinations for international students to pursue their higher education. The UK has the longest history and high academic performance in higher education.
University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge have been founded over 800 years ago and are well known as the oldest universities in the English-Speaking World. Both universities have been consistently ranked top in world rankings for their excellent education system, high-quality course, and student support system.
Every British University is recognized worldwide for its academics as well as world-class research. And the UK higher education degrees and qualifications are also well recognized by employers around the world.
More than 500,000 international students are enrolling each year in the UK. Students can choose from over 50,000 undergraduate-level higher education courses offered by more than 395 universities and colleges across the UK. The courses in the UK are generally shorter than in other countries and you can complete a bachelor's degree in 3 years and a master's degree in 1 year while a bachelor's degree in the US or Australia takes a minimum of 4 years.
That helps you to reduce the overall tuition fees as well as accommodation costs and you can able to graduate sooner and enter the workforce earlier than graduates from other countries.
Studying in the UK will boost your English language skills. Studying and living in an English-speaking country will give you the opportunity to think and speak English every day. English is a very useful skill in today’s global business market.
In addition, The UK has recently introduced a new Graduated Immigration Route which is also known as “The Post-Study Work Visa” for international students in the UK. If you choose to study in the UK in this upcoming intake 2022-2023, you are eligible for “The UK Post-Study Work Visa” which allows you to remind in the UK for a period of up to two years and look for employment after you graduate.
|South West||University of the West of England - UWE Bristol - Frenchay|
|University of the West of England - UWE Bristol - Glenside|
|University of the West of England - UWE Bristol - City Campus|
|University of Gloucestershire - Francis Close Hall|
|University of Gloucestershire - Park|
|University of Gloucestershire - Hardwick|
|University of Gloucestershire - Oxstalls|
|Arts University Bournemouth|
|University of Exeter INTO Centre|
|Bournemouth University International College|
|University of the West of England Bristol International College|
|South East||Nottingham Trent University - Clifton Campus|
|University of Brighton - City Campus|
|University of Greenwich (Medway Campus)|
|University of Buckingham - Main Campus|
|University of Chichester - Bishop Otter|
|University of Chichester - Bognor Regis|
|University for the Creative Arts (UCA) - Farnham Campus|
|University for the Creative Arts - Canterbury Campus|
|University for the Creative Arts (UCA) - Rochester Campus|
|England North West||University of Chester - Gateway House, Chester|
|University of Chester - Exton Park (Parkgate Road) Campus, Cheste|
|University of Chester - Queen's Park Campus, Chester|
|University of Chester - Warrington Campus|
|University of Chester - Creative Campus, Kingsway|
|University of Chester - Wheeler (Riverside) Campus, Chester|
|University of Chester - University Centre Reaseheath|
|University of Cumbria - Brampton Road Campus, Carlisle|
|University of Cumbria - Lancaster Campus|
|University of Cumbria - Fusehill Street Campus|
|University of Cumbria - Ambleside|
|University of Buckingham - Crewe Campus|
|University of Manchester Study Centre|
|Lancaster University International Study Centre|
|University of Liverpool - Kaplan|
|Liverpool John Moores University International Study Centre|
|University of Central Lancashire ONCAMPUS UK North Centre|