Studying in the UK will open doors to a world class education, an innovative teaching approach and the brilliant minds that deliver it. Whilst studying in the UK, there will be an endless number of ways for you to enjoy yourself, learn new things and make friends. The UK offers an amazing, unforgettable student experience like no other country.

There are specialist universities and colleges, world-renowned historic institutions, modern innovative facilities and pioneering and progressive research centres in locations all over the country, offering you the chance to tailor your learning to your aspirations and career goals.

Education in UK

Undergraduate Studies

An undergraduate degree usually lasts for three years but if there is an industrial assignment or a supplementary subject included in the qualification it may take longer. Student can acquire a bachelor’s degree from a university or higher education college. A bachelor’s degree otherwise with honors or vocational foundation degrees that lasts for two years are also available in many institutions. Many educational institutions have recently started offering the integrated master’s degrees, particularly in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. These degrees last for four years. Other degree programs that last for 4 years include a ‘sandwich’ year under which student can gain relevant work experience for 1 year.

Postgraduate Studies

Student can apply for a postgraduate degree if they have completed an undergraduate degree. Postgraduate qualifications include the following courses:

Post study Work

From summer 2021, international students who have successfully completed an undergraduate or master’s degree will be able to benefit from two years’ work experience in the UK upon graduation, through the new Graduate Route. Students who complete their PhD will be able to stay for three years. This will be a new visa application post the completion of the studies. If you’re beginning your studies in the 2020-21 academic year, you will be able to benefit from this new route, even if you begin your degree online in your home country due to Covid-19. If you are starting a one-year master’s course in January 2021, you will need to arrive in the UK by 27 September 2021 and complete the final semester of your studies in the UK in order to be eligible to apply for the Graduate Route.

From summer 2021, international students who have successfully completed an undergraduate or master’s degree will be able to benefit from two years’ work experience in the UK upon graduation, through the new Graduate Route. Students who complete their PhD will be able to stay for three years. This will be a new visa application post the completion of the studies. If you’re beginning your studies in the 2020-21 academic year, you will be able to benefit from this new route, even if you begin your degree online in your home country due to Covid-19. If you are starting a one-year master’s course in January 2021, you will need to arrive in the UK by 27 September 2021 and complete the final semester of your studies in the UK in order to be eligible to apply for the Graduate Route.

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