AEMS Overseas

12 reasons why you should Study in UK

  1. The UK institutions consistently rank among the best in the world and qualifications are internationally valued and recognised.
  2. The UK undertakes 5 per cent of the world’s scientific research and produces 14 percent of the world’s most frequently cited papers.
  3. Through a mixture of vocational and academic curriculum suited to your liking the colleges in the UK provide you enough flexibility.
  4. Your skill sets and creativity is developed along with your confidence through their teaching methodologies.
  5. As a student you get the opportunity to be taught by the world’s leading academics and experts; you also benefit from their constant academic support.
  6. Degrees in the United Kingdom can be customised to your specific interests and frequently contain specialised courses.
  7. Being the birthplace of the English language it makes UK the best location for enhancing language abilities and increasing work opportunities.
  8. The Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) is an independent organisation in the United Kingdom that evaluates the educational standards on a regular basis for all educational institutions. It keeps an eye on their performance by regular auditing and subject evaluations and also helps to find the finest approaches to education. The UK higher education financing authorities review these research requirements as well, and publish their findings on a regular basis. This ensures that, regardless of their course of study, all students receive only the highest levels of learning, instruction and research.
  9. Shorter duration of courses- Courses in the UK education system are shorter and more intensive than many other countries, which means you’ll graduate sooner, and without compromising on quality. While you can complete an undergraduate program in three years, you’ll be able to finish a graduate program in just one year. This not only saves your time, but also a chunk of money spent on tuition fees and living costs.
  10. Work while you learn- To manage your everyday living expenses along with your studies, you can work part-time for up to 20 hours a week during term time. You can even work full-time during your semester break. This will help you pay for your bills as well as gain industry experience in your own field of study as well.
  11. Explore Europe while studying-The UK is well connected to major European countries like France, Netherlands, and Belgium, being the closest at distances ranging from 300 – 1,000 miles. With the airport being functional 24 hours, you can explore different places while studying in the country.
  12. Health benefits for students – As an international student, you’ll have access to free medical treatment while studying in the UK through the National Health Service (NHS). You will be required to pay a modest International Health Surcharge in order to take advantage of this service (IHS). Your AEMS counsellor can advise you about this detail.

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