The United Kingdom consists of England, Scotland, Wales and the island of Northern Ireland. The country consists of diverse people coming from different backgrounds so you can see lots of historical places and experience assorted
cultures. The UK is a hub for modern technology and research innovations. Being a developed country, enough infrastructure and businesses are the attracting features that would want to hire fresh graduates.
The following are some reasons why studying in the UK may be the right fit for you.
We know that the world’s most prestigious universities like Oxford and Cambridge are located in the UK, but there are in total 109 universities that also rank in the QS world ranking of universities. The higher education degrees provided by these universities are recognized by universities and employers across the globe.
Wide variety of study areas
The UK provides a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate study options that cater to the interests of majority of students. There are colleges that specialize in specific programs and courses which guarantee in providing high quality education.
Swift course completion
In the UK, you can complete your undergraduate degree in minimum three years, whereas in Nepal all courses are for 4 years. Furthermore, the postgraduate courses can also be completed within a year.
As your course may only take three years or one year, it will comparatively cost lesser than other countries where courses may be for a longer period of time. A swift degree will save your valuable money and time, and will allow you to kickstart your career faster.
High career growth opportunities
In developed countries with stable government and a stable economy, the job opportunities are higher. Furthermore, you are allowed to work up to 20 hours a week while on a student visa. Even after your graduation, you can opt for an
employer-sponsored program where you can work under a Tier 2 (General) visa.
How can you apply universities in the UK?
1. Book an appointment with our education consultants at WI Education
2. Register on to UCAS (Universities and Colleges Admissions Services)
3. Find the right university for yourself
4. Apply for to your desired university
5. Apply for your Tier 4 student visa
6. Wait for visa approval
7. Start your preparation for departure
If you would like to know more about studying in the UK, then book an appointment with us. It is your time to take an action!