WHY STUDY AN UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE?

We can help you to progress from high school and spend three or four years at university.

NEW! GRADUATE ROUTE VISA

There is now an amazing opportunity to stay in the UK and work after graduation! The UK is offering graduates a post-study work visa of two additional years in the country to assist you in achieving your career goals. We are opening our doors after Brexit for talented students to gain employment in one of the big global economies. All successful graduates from 2021 will be eligible for this work permit.

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STUDY WHAT YOU LOVE

The British education system will provide you with a solid foundation and boost your potential for having a higher salary and finding exactly the job you want. One of the main attractions is the wide range of subjects you can study compared to other international curriculums.

Develop your independent thinking, problem-solving skills and self-motivation. Learning is not just lectures but seminars, practical workshops, lab-work, industry projects, field trips and online support.

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YOU WILL HAVE MORE JOB OPPORTUNITIES

If you focus on a career in the UK, the world will become your job market. You will graduate not only with the best education but also with the experience and skills employers desire.

According to the study on international graduates (BIS), foreign students graduated in the United Kingdom achieved a significantly higher average salary than those who completed their studies in their country of origin.

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5 REASONS UK IS THE BEST
  • Great Britain is more affordable than both the USA and Australia
  • Location offers a gateway to explore Europe with easy travel
  • Combine study with your passions like arts, sports or music
  • World famous nightlife and culture to enjoy
  • 150 nationalities on campus creates a truly international experience

Tell us what you love to do and we can match you to the perfect university.

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STUDYING IN ENGLISH

The English language has become the global language for business, politics and education. To get ahead, you need to be able to communicate at the highest level.

University life will develop your English on an academic level, giving you the terminology and style needed for applying for the top jobs. English language skills are an investment valued by multinational companies and are essential for working anywhere in the world.

FAQ

How long does it take to complete a degree?

A UK undergraduate degree usually takes three years full-time or four years with a placement year in industry. Some universities offer fast-track degrees of two years or longer programmes including a foundation or postgraduate year.

Can I do an exchange programme with a university in another country?

UK universities include an option to study with a partner university on exchange as part of an undergraduate degree programme. This includes universities in the US, Australia, Europe and Asia. Usually the reciprocal agreement ensures there are no changes to fees but you must factor in the expense of travel and living in a different country.

What is a placement year?

A placement year (sometimes called a sandwich year) is an optional year where students can take an internship in industry. This work experience is very valuable when graduates are applying for jobs. The placement is not guaranteed and students must work hard to secure a placement by applying and interviewing for opportunities.

Can I get a scholarship?

Each university will offer their own scholarship and bursary schemes depending on the types of students they wish to attract. On average a scholarship is worth between £2,000 – £4,000. It is not common for universities to offer full scholarships as applicants need to be able to afford tuition and living costs in the UK. Some scholarships are automatic, while others are competitive and need to be applied for. Please ask for details.

Do I need to take an IELTS test?

While IELTS is the most widely accepted academic English language test, many universities will accept alternative qualifications. TOEFL, Pearsons PTE, Duolingo, CAE and Kaplan KITE are all examples of potential alternative tests. Alos many universities will accept domestic English qualifications such as IGCSE, IB English, WAEC, ZIMSEC, Indian Standard XII, Abitur and many others.Universities may also offer their own English diagnostic test for acceptance.

Can I work while I study?

Yes, many students find it is possible to work up to 20 hours part-time work a week alongside their study. Also the long vacation periods allow students to save during the winter and summer months. Work is usually in hospitality, retail, business administration and university campus jobs.

Is the UK an expensive place to study?

While the UK does have have higher fees it is less expensive than studying in the United States or Australia. Living and studying in London will obviously incur higher expenses but the UK has many options in England, Scotland, Wales and N. Ireland where the cost of living is more affordable. It is common for British students to move to a university town or city to make university study more affordable.

Will you support me with my visa application?

Yes, we have a visa application service to ensure all of your evidence of qualifications, financial records and identification meet the requirements of the UK Visa and Immigration (UKVI) office for the new Student Route points-based visa system. We can help you avoid the unnecessary mistakes that might lead to visa rejection decisions.