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Why Study in the UK?

  • Statistics (2016) suggest that in the UK, around 19% of the total student population for higher education is made up of non-UK students. Among them, 6% are from the EU (European Union) and 13% are from the rest of the world.

  • The Top 5 countries that send their students to Britain are China, India, USA, Hong Kong, and Malaysia.

  • According to the data revealed by the Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India, 16550 Indian students were pursuing higher education in 2016-17.

  • Not only the universities of Russell group of Institutions (the UK equivalent of Ivy League institutes) provide exceptional education but other UK universities as well. According to QS ranking, 9 UK universities come under the top 50 universities of the world.

The major pull factors in favour of the UK are as follows

  • The UK's top universities are at the epicentre of international diversity, making them an ideal place for international students. English people are friendlier to foreigners compared to other European Nations.

  • Many of them offer one - year master's courses, which make the courses very complex and intensive. This encourages an approach that allows students to pursue subjects of interest to them. Undoubtedly, the satisfaction rate of international students is around 90%.

  • Higher education in the UK is publicly funded, and various scholarships and financial assistance reduce the student's financial burden.

  • The availability of the Channel Tunnel and low-cost carriers makes it convenient to travel anywhere in Europe at a reasonable price, making the UK an attractive destination for foreign students from all over the world. Britain acts as a gateway to Europe. Whether this benefit continues, however, depends on the impact of Brexit.

  • Indian students are provided free medical care by the National Health Service (NHS) while enrolled in full-time education at a cost of between 150£ to 300£ per year. The cost depends on the duration of visas issued to students.

  • The UK universities have been a workplace for at least one in seven world leaders and have produced more than 100 Nobel laureates.

  • In the wake of anti-globalization steps taken by Britain (Brexit), Britain aims to improve the post-study visa regime through a new improved ‘International Education Strategy’ which will eventually benefit many Indian students. It also plans to extend the duration of work visas to study courses. This has now turned out to be a boon for Indian/international students. The provision largely depends on the Brexit debate.

  • Britain wants to increase the number of international students from the current 460,000 to 630, 000 by 2030.

  • International students are allowed to work up to 20 hours a week during the school term and full time when school is out of term.

  • The UK universities put across 6.4% of global journals, 11.6% citations, and 15.9% of the world’s highly-cited articles and the country constitutes only 0.9% of the total world population.

  • UK universities have world-class research and institutional infrastructure.

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