Why Study in UK?
The U.K., made up of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, is an island nation in northwestern Europe. England – birthplace of Shakespeare and The Beatles – is home to the capital, London, a globally influential centre of finance and culture. England is also site of neolithic Stonehenge, Bath’s Roman spa and centuries-old universities at Oxford and Cambridge.Although few visitors come for the weather, the UK has a benign humid-temperate climate moderated by the North Atlantic current and the country’s proximity to the sea.
Warm, damp summers and mild winters provide temperatures pleasant enough to engage in outdoor activities all year round. Having said that, the weather in the UK is very changeable over both short distances and periods of time and conditions are often windy and wet.
British rain is world renowned, but in practice it rarely rains more than two or three hours at a time and often parts of the country stay dry for many weeks at a time, especially in the East.
By studying in the United Kingdom you have the option of living in one of four separate countries with easy travel throughout the rest of the UK. Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and England all have their own rich history, diverse culture, and vibrant lifestyle.
Give it a go and explore the vivid coastline of Wales, holiday at a castle in Scotland, learn the history of Northern Ireland and roam the villages in England. Discover for yourself what makes the UK the leading study abroad destination.
Courses available for study in the United kingdom are as follows. Click to learn more and apply;
- Advertising and Marketing
- Art and Design
- Biological Sciences
- Business Studies & Entrepreneurship
- Economics, Accounting and Finance
- Environmental Sciences
- Events, Tourism and Hospitality
- Health CPD
- History, International Relations and Politics
- Human Resource Management
- Journalism and Media
- Management and Logistics
- Nursing and Midwifery
- Performing Arts
- Policing and Criminology
- Psychology, Counselling and Sociology
- Public and Professional Healthcare
- Social Work and Social Care
- Sports and Exercise
- Teacher Training