Study in UK

British Education System is one of the most attractive and fascinating education system for the entire world. After the United States, UK is the most cherished destination for international students to pursue their studies. Every year at least 250,000 to 300,000 students migrate to UK for seeking education and globally recognized qualifications. There are specialized UK education consultants who facilitate the admission process and provide the relevant information to make the transition to a new country easy and smooth.

The universities in UK not only offer the regular courses, but a number of vocational courses are also there that make you a valued resource for the employer. The exposure to cultural diversity, independence, flexibility, and adaptability that a student gains while studying in UK make them a rich personality capable of working anywhere in the world for a better life.

Let’s know some more things about UK universities:
You need to have a study visa for UK to take admission in any educational institution. The type of visa depends on your age, the course you are opting, the length of      your stay, and the type of college or university you will study in.
 Your school leaving certificate and 12 years of studies at high school is sufficient to join any course in UK.
For academic subjects, a senior high school certificate equivalent to 2 or 3 British A levels is required along with minimum English level equivalent to IELTS 6.0 or a      Cambridge advanced certificate.
 If you are falling short of entry qualifications, you can bridge the gap by taking A levels or a University Foundation Course.
 A Tier 4 student visa for UK allows you to work full time during vacation and part time during term period.
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List of Universities in UK

  1. University of Cambridge
  2. University of Oxford
  3. UCL (University College London)
  4. Imperial College London
  5. King’s College London (KCL)
  6. University of Edinburgh
  7. University of Manchester
  8. London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)
  9. University of Bristol
  10. University of Warwick
  11. University of Glasgow
  12. Durham University
  13. University of Sheffield
  14. University of Nottingham
  15. University of Birmingham
  16. University of St Andrews
  17. University of Leeds
  18. University of Southampton
  19. Queen Mary University of London (QMUL)
  20. Lancaster University
  21. University of York
  22. Cardiff University
  23. University of Aberdeen
  24. University of Exeter
  25. University of Bath
  26. Newcastle University
  27. University of Liverpool
  28. University of Reading
  29. Queen’s University of Belfast
  30. University of Sussex
  31. Loughborough University
  32. University of Leicester
  33. Royal Holloway University of London
  34. University of Surrey
  35. University of Dundee
  36. University of East Anglia (UEA)
  37. University of StrathclydeSOAS
  38. School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London
  1. Birkbeck College, University of London
  2. City University London
  3. Brunel University
  4. University of Essex
  5. Oxford Brookes University
  6. Aston University
  7. University of Kent
  8. Goldsmiths, University of London
  9. Swansea University
  10. Bangor University
  11. University of Stirling
  12. Aberystwyth University
  13. Kingston University, London
  14. Coventry University
  15. Westminster University
  16. Keele University
  17. University of Bradford
  18. University of Hull
  19. University of Portsmouth
  20. University of Ulster
  21. Bournemouth University
  22. London Metropolitan University
  23. Middlesex University
  24. University of Brighton– new this year
  25. Plymouth University
  26. Northumbria University at Newcastle
  27. University of Hertfordshire
  28. University of Huddersfield
  29. University of Salford
  30. Edinburgh Napier University
  31. London South Bank University
  32. Manchester Metropolitan University
  33. Nottingham Trent University
  34. Robert Gordon University
  35. University of Central Lancashire
  36. University of East London
  37. University of Greenwich