It’s no wonder that the number of international students choosing to study abroad in the United Kingdom for both Bachelor’s and Master’s degree are increasing rapidly. If you’re still considering the UK as a destination for your further education, here are some reasons why you should study in UK:

1. Home to some of the world’s best universities

If you’re struggling to find the optimal place to nurture your knowledge, England should be on the top of your list. Speaking to the nation’s educational quality, Oxford and Cambridge are two of the most renowned universities in the world.

This is the reason why the UK produces 14% of the world’s most cited research. In addition, the British Council estimates that approximately 38% of Nobel Prizes are given to graduates of English universities. Another bright spot to consider is that the degree you would obtain there is recognized internationally.

2. Work opportunity while studying

Your student visa means you are able to work up to 20 hours per week as a part-time job. The UK also has a guaranteed minimum income, which means you can receive £118.0 per week, before tax, in order to support your studies.

Or you can consider an internship at some globally recognized companies based in the UK, such as BBC, Rolls Royce, Burberry, and more. One way or another, your resume will definitely shine in the eyes of recruiters.

3. Free healthcare system

One of the best services available to you while studying abroad in the UK is the National Healthcare Service (NHS). If you have a student visa for 6 months or more, you will have access to the NHS completely free of charge. You still have to pay for medicine, but with the policy of the NHS, you only pay £8.6 per item in your prescription, no matter how expensive the medicine is. This is a great system for those who worry about unplanned expenses. (And most importantly, shops and grocery stores have discounts for students!)

4. The huge (and expanding) international student population

With the variety of services provided to students in the UK, it is understandable that the number of students in all degrees is thriving. This means you will be surrounded by tons of friendly, open-minded people with diverse backgrounds. You will be able to share perspectives, cultures, and more in order to expand your horizons.

Please check the majors available in schools and figure out which one suits your preferences. Then you can start to register by filling out the application form.

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You’ll be advised and supported in preparing and applying to study overseas.

NOTES: You usually have to choose a major before you start your first year at a university, but the prerequisite classes are often the same or similar for many majors, so if you switch majors within your first two years, it doesn’t hurt you that much.