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• The United Kingdom consists of England, Wales, Scotland (which together make up Great Britain) and Northern Ireland.

• The United Kingdom is a parliamentary democracy – this means the government is elected by the people.

• London is the capital city and the financial center of the United Kingdom, located on the River Thames

• The population of the UK is estimated to be around 63 million

• The UK has a fascinating history dating back to 6500 BC. All over the UK you’ll find monuments marking its history, from Stonehenge to Buckingham Palace. The UK is also home to over 28 cultural and natural UNESCO World Heritage Sites and Heritage Cities including Edinburgh, Bath, Canterbury, Chester, Durham, Oxford, Stratford-upon-Avon and York.

• Language Spoken – Official Language is English and other languages spoken are as Welsh, Scots, Irish and Gaelic

• Currency – Pounds sterling

• Religion - Christianity is the dominant religion of the United Kingdom. The Anglican Church of England is the established church in the country. The other major religion sin the country include Islam, Hinduism, Sikhism, Judaism, and Buddhism


International Recognition & Environment

• UK Universities are consistently ranked among the best in the world

• Four of the top ten universities in the world are in the UK

• Degrees and qualifications from UK higher education institutions are known around the world as high quality and world class

Quality Education:

• Opportunity to be taught by world’s leading academics and experts who encourage creativity and independence

• UK Universities lead in terms of research and innovation – it ranks second in the world for the quality of its scientific and research institutions

• Critical thinking, decision-making and other skills developed are valued by employers worldwide!

Great Value for money

• UK course fees and living costs are good value and compare favorably with costs in other top education destinations

• Most of the universities have their own bursaries, students can also benefit from a wide range of scholarships available to International students

• It has an institutionalized, national health care system, which will reduces overall health care costs – services provided by National Health Service (NHS) are beneficial to students

Wide variety of courses and opportunities

• The UK offers thousands of courses leading to internationally-recognised qualifications in fields such as law, accountancy, medicine, engineering, childcare, teaching, marketing and more.

• Many UK courses are designed in partnership with businesses and are taught by industry professionals

• It provides a flexible environment and opens a wide variety of work opportunities!

Multicultural Nation

• Many schools, colleges and universities have international student societies to ensure you feel welcome and are supported throughout your time in the UK

• It has a rich history and culture consisting of art galleries, museums, concerts and markets

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UK Education System

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UK degrees are normally shorter than in other countries: 3 Yrs or 4 Yrs UG and one-year or 15-18 months Master’s. The academic sessions in the UK Universities usually begin in the months of September and are also in January and May. The application procedure starts in October of the previous year. Students can either directly apply to their university of choice or apply through the local office of the University in India. For undergraduate studies, you can apply online or through the Universities and Colleges Admissions System (UCAS) while for postgraduate studies you can apply through UKPASS.

The main points of UCAS are:

a. Can apply through UCAS in 5 Universities
b. Costs around 23 pound
c. Deadlines are as:

15 January deadline:The majority of applications must be submitted by 15 January (in the calendar yearthat the student wishes to begin their studies).

15 October deadline:Those applying for most medicine, dentistry and veterinary science courses andanyone applying to the universities of Oxford and Cambridge must submit their UCAS applications by 15 October – in the year before the student wishes to start their studies.

24 March deadline:Some art and design courses have a later application deadline – 24 March – to givethem time to complete their portfolios.

Through UKPASS you can apply for up to 10 different postgraduate programmes at any course provider in the UKPASS scheme.

The 24 research-intensive, world-class universities that make up the Russell Group are all unique institutions, each with its own history and ethos, but they share some distinguishing characteristics.

No. University
1 University of Birmingham
2 University of Bristol
3 University of Cambridge
4 Cardiff University
5 Durham University
6 University of Edinburgh
7 University of Exeter
8 University of Glasgow
9 Imperial College London
10 King's College London
11 University of Leeds
12 University of Liverpool
13 London School of Economics & Political Science
14 University of Manchester
15 Newcastle University
16 University of Nottingham
17 University of Oxford
18 Queen Mary University of London
19 Queen's University Belfast
20 University of Sheffield
21 University of Southampton
22 University College London
23 University of Warwick
24 - University of York


QS & Times Higher Education Ranking for UK Universities 2015-16

Ranking as per QS & THE

University

QS Ranking

THE Ranking

 

3

4

University of Cambridge

6

2

University of Oxford

7

14

UCL (University College London)

8

8

Imperial College London

19

27

Kings College London

21

24

University of Edinburgh

33

56

The University of Manchester

35

23

London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

37

69

University of Bristol

48

80

University of Warwick

61

70

Durham University

62

76

University of Glasgow

68

86

University of St Andrews

70

143

The University of Nottingham

76

119

The University of Birmingham

80

97

The University of Sheffield

81

110

University of Southampton

87

133

University of Leeds

103

131

University of York

161

93

University of Exeter

109

98

Queen Mary University of London

121

130

Lancaster University

122

182

Cardiff University

137

172

University of Aberdeen

151

157

University of Liverpool

162

196

Newcastle University

182

200

Queen’s University Belfast

Cost Factor

Foundation& Diplomas £6,000 - £9,000 per year
Undergraduate £8,000- £17,000 per year
Postgraduate £11,000 - £21,000,per year

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1. How will my safety and health issues be addressed?
The UK’s National Health Service (NHS) provides medical care, dental care and other health services. It is advisable for international students to take out health insurance in case of unforeseen circumstances. The UK is generally a safe place with low levels of crime. But whenever you travel to a new country, it is vital that you look after yourself. In an emergency, call 999 to contact the police, fire brigade or ambulance
2. What are the popular courses in UK?
Some of the popular courses for Indian students include business management, architecture and engineering, including computing. Some Indian students are also taking courses in waste management and environmental sciences.
3. When should I apply for a visa?
It is important to prepare and apply well before you intend to begin your course. Many students do not realise how long the process will take, and do not leave enough time. You can apply for a visa up to three months before the start of your course, but it’s a good idea to do your research and plan what you need to do before that, if you can.
4. Can I work in the UK on a study visa?
Many international students in the UK take a part-time job, work placement or internship alongside their studies. The hours and type of work you can carry out will depend on the type of visa and your sponsoring institution
5. Will the qualifications obtained in the UK be recognized back in my own country?
You will need to check with your own country's education authorities, and your country's universities to find out if they recognize and give credit for UK qualifications. Many do, but you need to ask about this in your own country.
6. Can I work in the UK after I graduate?
Graduates: There are many options available to international students who want to stay and work in the UK after completing their studies. You can find out more about UK study visas on the UK Visas and Immigration website.

The UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA) also has a lot of student-friendly advice.

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