UK


STUDY IN UK

The UK is a world leader in many areas of education including engineering, science, art and design, business and management, law and finance. The UK’s reputation and legacy as a world centre for scientific research makes it a magnet for some of the very best thinkers in the world. With only one per cent of the world’s population, the UK is responsible for eight per cent of global scientific publications.

The UK offers a world-renowned education system with qualifications that can make a real difference to your future. It attracts over 600,000 international students each year to a variety of programmes, ranging from English language courses to PhDs.

The UK education system gives students the freedom to combine courses and subjects from different areas of studies, so you can tailor your degree to your own needs and interest.

 

COURSES IN THE UK

The UK is home to some of the world’s top universities, which attract thousands of students and researchers every year, including many from India. It is also the world leader in many areas of education including engineering, science, art & design, business & management, law and finance. Its reputation and legacy as an epicentre for scientific research makes it a place to be, especially for some of the very best thinkers in the world. In fact, with only one per cent of the world’s population, the UK is responsible for eight per cent of global scientific publications.

 

IMMIGRATE PERMANENT  TO UK

Although not quite as popular an emigration destination as it was pre the global financial meltdown in 2008, the United Kingdom nevertheless remains one of the world’s more favoured destinations for immigrants hailing from all four corners of the globe. While the promise of decently paid work, once undoubtedly the main driver for immigration in the UK (especially from migrants hailing from other, less economically secure European Union nations), may not be as widely available as it once was, the four countries which make up the Kingdom – England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland – still offer much to appeal to newcomers.

For starters, the UK has had a long history of immigration and is today an extremely multicultural and, for the most part accepting and welcoming country, which allows all expats the freedom to celebrate their own cultures in any way they see fit. Standards of infrastructure throughout the entire country are high, quality healthcare is widely available for all and is mostly free, while the education system is of an extremely high standard and boasts some of the world’s best universities.