Whether you are looking for doctoral, postgraduate, undergraduate, vocational, further education, English language or other study options, there is a wide variety of recognised courses available for students to study in the UK.
UK study programmes develop the critical thinking skills, creativity and confidence in students that employers search for. Qualifications gained at UK institutions are accepted by universities, employers and governments throughout the world, affording a huge amount of freedom once you graduate.
UK education is usually divided into higher education and further education.
Both higher and further education include variety of courses up to 8 levels of study to choose for admissions.
The UK is world renowned for its academic excellence and is the global leader in quality of research. Doctoral courses are the highest level of qualification that a student can achieve and are usually more demanding than a Masters.
Full time doctoral courses can take three years to complete, whereas studying part time may take up to six or seven years. These degrees are very demanding and often lead to careers in academia (as a lecturer or researcher).
For entry onto a doctoral course, you need to have a good undergraduate degree and a relevant Masters qualification. In some instances you may also need some relevant work experience. International students will need a solid grasp of English.
Tuition fees for students from the UK and the EU can range from £3,000 to £6,000 per year; however fees for international students can be considerably more.
Explore all doctoral study options available for admissions at universities and colleges.
Studying for a postgraduate degree in the UK can transform your career. There are a number of postgraduate study options available in the UK such as –
Masters programmes usually last one year full time, although some research-based courses can take 18 months to two years to complete. To gain entry onto a course as an international student you will need:
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A Pre-Master’s is aimed for students who wish to study a university Master’s degree, but cannot be admitted directly. Pre-Master’s course develops students’ abilities in research methods and practices, English language and academic literacy skills, and understanding of current and emerging themes in the relevant field of study. After successful completion of Pre-Master’s course, students can begin the Master’s degree.
Entry requirements for Pre-Masters course vary from university to university. The minimum entry requirement is usually a Bachelors degree (or its equivalent) in an appropriate field.
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Get started in your academic career with an undergraduate degree. Various options are available to study at undergraduate level such as –
Entry requirements for undergraduate courses are set by individual institutions and will differ depending on subject area and where you choose to study.
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If you do not meet the academic or English language requirements or other academic requirements set by the university that you are interested in to study undergraduate course, then a pathways course can help.
Foundation pathway courses help to improve English skills and give the confidence to start undergraduate study.
Explore all study options available in Foundation courses for admissions.
Vocational study prepares people to work as a technician or to take up employment in a skilled craft or trade. Vocational education is sometimes referred to as technical education.
Vocational courses are designed to equip students with job-specific skills that they can transfer into the workplace and boost their employability. They are designed in close partnership with employers, thereby ensuring a competitive edge and exposure to the latest industry. Vocational education can take place at the post-secondary, further education, or higher education level. These course are provided in various subject areas.
Explore all Vocational, CPD and Technical Education courses available for admissions at universities and colleges.
Roughly 500,000 people travel to the UK each year to learn English in the UK.
As the home of the English language and with a reputation for academic excellence, combined with a rich cultural heritage, diversity and blend of countryside, cities and coast in close proximity, the UK is the perfect destination to learn English.
From a one week general English course over the summer, English for Business, and up to eleven months foundation/pathways courses to help you prepare for higher education, the UK has a huge range of choices to learn English.
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