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Study Abroad

Academically UK is believed to be the leaders. Their education standards are known the world over. Some of the oldest and most renowned graduate and post graduate schools and universities are located in the UK. Oxford, Cambridge, University of Bristol, University of Nottingham, University of Glasgow, London School of Economics, London Business School, University of Manchester, Essex University and many more.

Benefits of studying in the UK

  • UK degrees are recognized and respected the world over!
  • UK universities and colleges have a long tradition of welcoming international students!
  • Studying in the UK is more affordable than studying in the United States and Canada!
  • UK universities and colleges have excellent links with business and industry!
  • Vast choices of institutions and courses are available!
  • While studying you get the opportunity to earn either in a part time job and full time in vacations!

Living in the UK

UK is one of the richest countries in terms of world economies. The economy is sixth largest in the world and third largest in Europe. Technologically as well it is highly advanced. UK has four constituent states (England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland)
UK is a country with diverse cultures. Students from across the world come to this unique country to fill colours in their dreams. The education standards are quite high and due importance is given co-curricular activities.
One can find Indians all over the country which is a good thing for all the Indian students. Apart from Indians there are other ethnic groups all over which gives students a great medium to interact.

Work Rights in the UK

Indian students have ample opportunities to work part-time while studying and full-time during vacations.
Holders of Tier 4 visas are permitted to work 20 hours a week during term time and full-time during holidays and semester breaks. Relevant internships or work placements are also permitted, so long as they are marked as part of a degree/course.