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Top 5 pros to study in the UK

The UK remains one of the worldwide recognised educational countries which has become a study destination for increasing numbers of international students, from over 180 different countries. The list of top five reasons why students choose to get education in Foggy Albion is given below:
  1. A strong international reputation. The UK education is well recognised all over the world by governments, educational establishments and employers giving students great opportunities for professional development and good career.
  2. A high quality of education. The UK high education is well respected for its good quality, and high standards of its research and teaching, which constantly closely monitored by the government (The Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA)) to make sure that these standards are always maintained on the highest level. For more details please visit Quality Assurance Agency website.
  3. A great variety of courses. The UK educational establishments provide students with a wide range of higher education courses on any tastes and preferences. You are welcome to visit Course Search where you can find over 50,000 different courses.
  4. An interesting place to live. The UK unites diverse cultures, historical and modern architecture, cosmopolitan cities and small villages, which makes this country a place of contrasts and very attractive for many students all over the world. Studying in the UK will help you not only widen your outlook and get invaluable experience but also develop English language skills that are strongly required in today’s global business world.
  5. Financial and time saving benefits. The UK Undergraduate and postgraduate courses are generally shorter than in other countries which can be beneficial in terms of saving time and reducing tuition fees and living expenses. Most undergraduate courses usually take three years to complete, and postgraduate courses are from one year upwards. Moreover, international students are permitted to work for up to 20 hours a week during term time and holidays. Some courses offer internships to help students apply their studies on practice as well as earn money. For more details about working conditions please visit UK Border Agency websiteUKCISA (UK Council for International Student Affairs) website and UKCISA website.
Source used: http://www.ucas.ac.uk/students/wheretostart/nonukstudents/studyingintheuk