Why Study in the United Kingdom
If you decide to study in the UK, your degree will be recognized and respected, no matter where you end up being employed. The UK education provides you with a solid foundation, and boosts your prospects for having a higher salary and finding exactly what job you want. Every UK University and college is recognized worldwide for having resourceful and challenging environments that help students to push themselves to the extreme. The standards are incredibly high, and year after year, the universities and colleges are tested for how well they are meeting modern challenges. The higher education system in the UK has been the basis for higher education standards in other countries for years.
Many Disciplines to Choose from
The UK has countless educational institutions (over 3000 as of 2013), and almost all of them has opportunities for international students to study there. You can choose from a variety of different undergraduate and graduate degrees, diploma/certificates and combine your courses in order to make a degree program that suits your choice.
Financial Benefits and Reasonable Cost of Living
UK Universities and colleges are affordable. Where other countries take at least four years for an undergraduate degree and two or three years for a postgraduate degree; England only takes three years for an undergraduate degree, and one year for a postgraduate (unless you are in research, then it may take 18 months to 2 years). That means that you are spending less overall. In addition to that, there is a lot of “free money” (scholarships, grants, and bursaries) available from UK institutions that are just for international students. Over 25, 000 international students also get other financial aid from the UK government, and you can work while you’re studying in England as well.
The cost of living also includes health care, and in the UK, that’s not much of a worry at all. United Kingdom is one of the countries, which has an established, national health care system, which will reduce your overall health care expenses. The National Health Service (NHS) has been established to help you stay healthy during your time studying in the UK with no cost, even if you have a family.