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When it comes to studying in the UK, England, Ireland, Wales and Scotland come to mind. Looking here brings excellent educational and social experience opportunities for many students.

Many students from different countries of the world use the country’s decision in favor of England every year in the abroad education process. Students who take advantage of the opportunities and advantages provided by UK universities for students have numerous motivational reasons to study in the UK.

Advantages of Studying at University in the UK

In the UK, which offers higher education opportunities in the world’s most prestigious universities in a shorter time, the education period is three years for undergraduate education, one year for graduate education, and three years for doctoral education. British universities choose international students from many different countries every year, as the academic education periods at all three levels are shorter than the universities of other countries. Another feature that brings UK universities to a prestigious position worldwide is the education system that encourages researchers and students to research. Thanks to the research quality and researcher education system, UK universities manage to rank high in the success rankings of many universities with worldwide validity. According to the quality of their research, the order of universities in the UK is given by the Research Excellence Framework (REF). According to this study, which evaluated 154 UK research universities, almost all of the universities in the UK were ranked as world-leading, internationally excellent, or internationally recognized universities.

One of the biggest motivations of students about studying abroad is that they can also have the opportunity to improve their English level and English communication skills during their academic experience. Students who choose the UK for undergraduate, graduate, or doctoral education can significantly improve their English language skills, thanks to the communication they establish with native English-speaking British citizens and international students at universities that offer a multicultural experience. In this context, the student clubs provided by universities in many different fields of interest and the activities organized by the clubs are also effective in helping the participating students achieve a strong level of English. In addition to social opportunities, the high quality of education at all levels of education, including undergraduate, graduate, and doctorate, plays an essential and valuable role in developing students' academic English skills.

The majority of academic study programs at UK universities do not have application deadlines, and applications for relevant study programs are accepted by universities in the UK all year round. Applications starting in September for most universities continue to be accepted until September of the following year. Application deadlines can only be applied for programs that are in high demand from many different countries of the world. In addition, the fact that most of the academic programs offered at UK universities do not require application fees is another advantage of UK universities.

The GMAT or GRE score required during the application process to academic programs in many universities worldwide is not necessary by universities during the application process to UK universities. Applications can be made without a GMAT or GRE score. Thus, applications can be accepted without extra exam preparation, exam score, and exam cost. In addition to GMAT and GRE test scores, applications can also be completed without an English language score (IELTS, TOEFL, PTE Academic, etc.). After completing the application process as a result of English language proficiency, it can be transmitted to the universities and converted into an unconditional offer.

UK universities come to the fore with their academic achievements, research, and education quality worldwide reflected in universities’ successive positions in the world rankings. According to the internationally recognized world university rankings announced every year, many successful UK universities manage to rank among the top 100 universities. Universities can have a solid international prestige by drawing attention with their success in field-based rankings and general rankings.

In line with the decision that came into force with the approval of the UK government, all international students who have completed their undergraduate, graduate, or doctoral education at a UK university are given a post-study work visa, which they can use after graduation and will be valid for two years. In this context, international students who have completed their academic education will seek employment and gain work experience by staying in the UK for two years after their education. Especially for students who want to gain practical and professional experience in the UK, a 2-year job search and work permit after graduation will provide a valuable advantage.

Life in the UK

Thanks to the developing transportation network in all countries in the United Kingdom, especially England, fast and comfortable transportation can be provided between different cities. Especially in England, where train transportation is widely preferred, inter-city journeys can be considerably more comfortable. In the UK countries, where road and air transportation is highly developed and railway transportation, students are motivated to explore different countries, cities, and cultures during their education abroad.

The fact that the United Kingdom and the universities in the United Kingdom bring together students from many different countries and cultures of the world every year maximizes the students' study abroad experience. With the opportunity to interact with students from different cultures, many different cultures can be explored more closely. Students who are actively involved in a multicultural structure can also gain international experience in academic terms. The opportunity to work together with students from different countries can be evaluated. Many UK universities host students from more than 150 other countries each new academic term.

International students studying in academic programs offered at UK universities have the opportunity to work part-time for 20 hours a week during their education with a student visa. Students who have the experience of working part-time in different business fields and sectors can also earn additional income during their education. In this direction, career units within UK universities actively support students who want to gain part-time work experience to access suitable job opportunities. In addition to part-time work opportunities, many UK universities also allow undergraduate and graduate students to gain full-time and paid internship experience, with work placement programs that usually last one year.

Departments to Read and Education Opportunities

The UK education system has an interactive education in which students are actively involved within the scope of education programs at all academic levels, including undergraduate, graduate, and doctorate. In this way, students at the center of the education process can achieve a much more proactive learning experience and improve themselves academically in different aspects. Interactive education methods have also been strongly reflected in the technological infrastructure of British universities, and these robust technical systems have facilitated students’ access to electronic resources.

Centuries of experience make education a privilege in England. In England, where there are many well-established universities, schools have gained respect for the quality of education they provide, and their degrees are recognized worldwide. While undergraduate education usually lasts for three years, except for some programs such as medicine, dentistry, or architecture, education programs start at the end of September every year.

Student admission requirements may differ from one university to another and even from department to department. Those who have completed a one-year foundation course at a UK higher education institution may be admitted to a Bachelor's degree. These courses are given either within the universities or by the collaborating colleges. The approaches are taken to consist of subjects to be taught at the university and assist in the development of English. In addition to English proficiency and High School (transcript) grades, reference letters received by students from their professors also play a decisive role in evaluating applications by universities. All universities are generally based on "A" Level exam grades. Exam results such as SAT, Abitur, French, or International Baccalaureate, which are considered equivalent to "A" Level, are also accepted.

Bachelor's degrees in the UK can be grouped as follows:

  • Bachelor of Arts (BA) Bachelor's degree in Social Studies
  • Bachelor of Science (BSc) Bachelor of Science degree
  • Bachelor of Law (LLB) Bachelor's degree in Law
  • Bachelor of Medicine (MB) Bachelor's degree in Medicine
  • Bachelor of Education (BEd) Bachelor's degree in Education
  • Bachelor of Architecture (BArch) Bachelor's degree in Architecture
  • Bachelor of Engineering (BEng) Bachelor's degree in Engineering

Tuition Fees and Living Costs

Although it differs according to the universities, the annual tuition fees on average are as follows.

  • Arts and Social Sciences £6,000-10,000
  • Science and Technical Sciences £7,000-12,000
  • Medicine, Dentistry and Veterinary Medicine £13,000-17,000

According to a decision taken on 21 June 1999, a student holding a passport from one of the countries that is a member of the European Economic Community can work in the UK without a work permit. These students:

  • The right to work part-time for 20 hours a week during the school-course period,
  • The right to work full-time during the holidays during the training program,
  • If there is an internship program or a mid-year study (sandwich programs) in the curriculum of the registered training program, you have the right to work longer hours.

Students who have received their master's degree in the UK have the right to extend their stay for one year to work or look for a job.

The United Kingdom, which has hosted international students for many years, offers a wide variety of safe and affordable accommodation alternatives. Although accommodation costs in the UK vary according to the cities, the following price ranges can be mentioned on average.

Dormitory or guesthouse: £260 - £400 (bed + breakfast)

In dormitories, students usually stay in single or double rooms. Bathrooms and toilets are located in the common area. Some dormitories have kitchens where students can cook their meals.

Rooms to rent: £180 - £200 (room fee)

Homestay : £360 - £440 (bed + breakfast + dinner)

Although the living expenses are not very high in the United Kingdom, pleasant and partially economic student life is possible when considering the widespread use of public transport and the opportunity for students to work part-time.

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