The UK is a unique and perfect choice for any international student. Only the UK can offer:
- a welcoming and inclusive way of life
- a rich and historical culture
- exceptional academic standards
- two of the world’s top three universities
a further 26 of our universities and colleges are among the world’s 200 best institutions
- one of the most trusted and popular study destinations in the entire world
- in 2018–19, over 485,000 undergraduates and postgraduates chose to study in the UK over other countries
- Over 400 universities and higher education institutions to choose from.
- Locations from busy cities, to pastoral countryside settings, to beautiful coastal towns.
- Choose from our universities, higher education colleges and specialist institutions (such as world-famous art schools and award-winning conservatoires).
- Computer Science
- Business Management
- Allied Health Sciences
- Science & Technology
- International Relations and Development
- Peace and Conflict Studies
- Political Science
- Psychology & Sociology
- Creative Arts
- Certificate of Higher
- Higher National Diploma
- Diploma of Higher Education
- Foundation Degree
- Bachelor Degree
- Master Degree
- Ph.D. Degree
A UK education opens doors, wherever you go in the world.
From our world-recognised universities to our innovative teaching approach and the leading minds who deliver it the UK has been the preferred choice for some of the most important minds in history. One in four world leaders have studied in the UK, so if you’re dreaming of achieving big things, you can be sure the UK is the right place achieve them. The UK’s academic reputation is world-renown. Built on a heritage that is now centuries old, our approach to education applies the very latest learning theory through universities that routinely top international tables. Our innovative teaching methods produce successful, versatile graduates who are sought-after by employers around the world.
UK universities have featured remarkably in world rankings ever since they began. In 2018 the Times Higher Education World Rankings honoured us with three of the world’s top ten universities, including the top two – the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge. This high quality can be found right across the country, with seven in the top 50 and 32 in the top 200 universities.
Quality that’s government-guaranteed
The UK’s 162 higher education institutions are all held to strict standards by the government, so you know you are getting the best teaching, support and resources available. The Register of Regulated Qualifications contains details of Recognised Awarding Organisations and Regulated Qualifications in England (Ofqual), Wales (Welsh Government) and Northern Ireland (Ofqual for vocational qualifications and CCEA Accreditation for all other qualifications). For Scottish qualifications, please visit the Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework website.
Innovative teaching methods
Our universities combine traditional lectures with a variety of innovative teaching techniques, designed to encourage independent thinking, problem-solving skills and self-motivation. You will be working in small groups solving real-life problems relevant to your future career. You will have access to leading technology, from state-of-the-art laboratories to interactive screens and online-learning. You will have an opportunity to learn from the very best in your field: many teachers in UK universities are industry leaders in their field, and you will have one-to-one access to them where you will be able to learn from their vast experience. Our institutions also cultivate industry relationships, allowing you to get practical experience in your field within world-leading organisations, and make connections to give your career an edge.
Short, flexible courses
In the UK, flexibility is built into the majority of our courses. Many universities allow you to choose from different subject ‘modules’, so you can build a course programme that fits you best, specialising as you go for a perfectly tailored experience. Postgraduate courses in the UK are shorter than both the US and Australia, with many MBA’s taking just one year. So you get better value for money and can begin applying your knowledge in the real world a lot sooner.
A new way of learning
Our educational system doesn’t just immerse you in your chosen subject – it’s designed to help you to think differently. Throughout your studies you’ll be encouraged to ask questions, debate your teachers and fellow students, and come up with your own ideas through a blend of practical learning, lectures and seminars and innovative, high-tech teaching. Behind our courses and degrees are brilliant thinkers, some of the best minds in their fields who you can connect with. The impact that their supportive inspiring teaching has is evident in the feedback we receive from our postgraduates. 93 per cent of international postgraduates rate the quality of UK teaching highly.
We’re ranked second in the world for science and research and 54 per cent of our output is worldleading. Our field-weighted citation impact is higher than the US, Canada, Germany, Japan and Brazil, so when you study here you can be sure you’ll be working alongside some of the best minds – and using some of the best technology- in the world.
Health and safety
The UK is a very safe country with low levels of crime and violence. Your university/institution will brief you about keeping safe and staff are always on hand to help ensure your safety. Community police officers and campus-based security staff will give you practical advice about personal safety. The UK’s National Health Service (NHS) is one of the most advanced healthcare systems in the world. The NHS provides first-class treatment and support and you can access the NHS at a subsidised rate which is why international students do not need private medical insurance. As part of your visa application, you will pay an Immigration Health Surcharge that allows you to use the NHS for most physical and mental illnesses, including emergency services and care for Covid.
All students must be able to speak English to a high standard to be granted a Student visa. In official language, this to B2 standard under the Common European Framework of Reference to study at degree level or above or B1 level to study below degree level, or CEFR. In practice, this means high proficiency or near-fluency. Whether students will be required to sit a IELTS test or not depends on the level of study that is being undertaken and the type of sponsor the study will be conducted at. Students studying below degree level must pass an IELTS test. For students studying at degree level or above UK universities do have discretion about how they test English, and may offer different options for you to show your English proficiency to them. This differs from institution to institution so it is best to check directly with your chosen university. However you prove your English will be shown on the Confirmation of Acceptance of Studies, which you need to apply for your visa. You will need to provide the evidence of English language ability that the CAS references as part of your visa application.
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