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Study in UK

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, and the Scottish Government, the Welsh Government and the Northern Ireland Executive are responsible for Scotland,[1] Wales[2] and Northern Ireland, respectively. While the systems in England, Wales and Northern Ireland are similar, the Scottish system differs significantly. The UK remains the second most popular destination for international students and UK universities have established partnerships and collaborations around the world.
 
United Kingdom has long enjoyed a widely envied reputation for providing outstanding further and higher education opportunities not just for its own citizens but for the commonwealth and the world community. British educational qualifications are probably more universally trusted and respected than those of any other country. UK courses encourage independence, creativity and self-reliance: the kinds of qualities that employers around the world are looking for. Degree courses last three years (not four as in many other countries), and master's degree courses can take one year (not two), dramatically reducing your costs. A safe environment, established support services for international students and likely access to free healthcare
 

COUNTRY FACTS

Capital: London
Population: 60,094,648
Area: 244,110 sq km
Language: English
Religion: Anglican, Roman Catholic, Muslim, Sikh, Hindu, Jewish
Continent: Europe
 

EARNING WHILE STUDYING IN UK

Current immigration regulations permit international students to work only part time up to maximum of 20 hours a week and fulltime during vacations. By working 10 to 15 hours a week, you could earn enough to pay for incidentals such as books, clothing, and personal expenses, but your campus job cannot pay your major expenses, such as tuition or room and board