Study In UK

Introduction

studyinukThe United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland, usually well-known as United Kingdom, Great Britain or simply Britain is situated North West of the Continent Europe between the Atlantic Ocean and the North Sea. United Kingdom is comprised of four countries: – England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, Each country has their own capital city Edinburgh, Cardiff & Belfast.

Heathrow and Gatwick are the two main international airports. Heathrow international airport is one of the largest airports in the world and has two tube stations. The total population of the United Kingdom was around 63,181,775 in 2010 and it is the third largest in the European Union.

The UK’s de facto official language is English and it is estimated that 95% of the population is monolingual English speakers. Welsh, Irish, Scottish Gaelic & Cornish languages are recognized as regional or native languages within the UK.

UK has constitutional monarchy with a parliamentary system government and its capital city Is London. UK is a developed country and 8th largest country by purchasing power equivalence in the world.

Weather IconThe climate in the United Kingdom is defined as a temperate oceanic climate. A classification it shares with most of northwest Europe. Regional climates are influenced by the Atlantic Ocean and latitude. Northern Ireland, Wales and western parts of England and Scotland, being closest to the Atlantic Ocean, are generally the mildest, wettest and windiest regions of the UK, and temperature ranges here are seldom extreme. Eastern areas are drier, cooler, & less windy and also experience the greatest daily and seasonal temperature variations. Northern areas are generally cooler, wetter and have slightly larger temperature ranges than southern areas.

Though the UK is mostly under the influence of the maritime tropical air mass from the south-west, different regions are more susceptible than others when different air masses affect the country: Northern Ireland and the west of Scotland are the most exposed to the maritime polar air mass which brings cool moist air; the east of Scotland and north-east England are more exposed to the continental polar air mass which brings cold dry air; the south and south-east of England are more exposed to the continental tropical air mass which brings warm dry air (and consequently most of the time the warmest summer temperatures); and Wales and the south-west of England are the most exposed to the maritime tropical air mass which brings warm moist air.

If the air masses are strong enough in their respective areas during the summer there can sometimes be a large difference in temperature between the far north of Scotland (including the Islands) and south-east of England – often a difference of 10–15 °C (18-27 °F) but sometimes of as much as 20 °C (36 °F) or more. An example of this could be that in the height of summer the Northern Isles could have temperatures around 15 °C (59 °F) and areas around London could reach 30 °C (86 °F).

education-icons_02UK as Study Destination – Education in the United Kingdom is a devolved matter with each of the countries of the United Kingdom having separate systems under separate governments: the UK Government is responsible for England; whilst the Scottish Government, the Welsh Government and the Northern Ireland Executive are responsible for Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, respectively.

Traditionally a high-performing country in international rankings of education, the UK has stagnated in recent years in such rankings as the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) tests; in 2013 for reading and mathematics, the country as a whole stood in the middle-rankings, a position broadly similar to three years before. Within the UK Scotland performed marginally better than England; both were slightly ahead of Northern Ireland and markedly ahead of Wales. However these results contradict those of the education and publishing firm Pearson published in 2014, which placed the UK in second place across European countries and sixth worldwide; these rankings took account of higher-education graduate rates, which may have accounted for the higher ranking than in PISA…

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Yes, all the student who wish to enroll in UK university or College for higher education have to prove their language ability either by appearing for IELTS/TOEFL or PTE exam in academic module.

UK universities generally recommend you to score as per their program requirements or else student will have to study additional English program as per University academic policies. For more information on English program please visit our office and meet expert team member with prior appointment.

 Yes, International student will be allowed to work 20 hours part time weekly while they are studying in UK University.

Yes, our expert team member will help you to analyze whether you are eligible for scholarships in United Kingdom universities or colleges based on your academic track record.

You will be advised on documents checklist required for student visa in United Kingdom by an assigned expert team member.

Yes, in order to reserve your seat or share confirmation from UK Universities or Colleges, you will have to sign an acceptance form and pay a part of tuition fees to obtain CAS [Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies].