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Higher education in the UK

Hundreds of thousands of international students study in the UK each year, making studying in the UK the number two choice for international students in the world, second only to the USA. For students worldwide that would like an English-language education, what better place to study than the country that invented the language?

With traditions of excellence dating back hundreds of years, high class institutions at every corner and much more flexibility than many other countries, the United Kingdom has much to offer international students that other English-speaking countries cannot offer.

Studying in the UK will provide students with an academic qualification respected and valued throughout the world. It gives students the experience of living in the UK, providing them with a vibrant, energetic educational experience, whilst enabling them to enjoy charismatic surroundings and a traditional British culture


Why study in the UK?

  • The UK is the number one study abroad location in the EU
  • Academic qualification respected and valued throughout the world
  • Excellent study loan system to cover the tuition fee
  • Wonderful student life!


Financing your studies in the UK

  • Tuition fees in England for undergraduate programmes are in average around £9000 and in Wales £3000. You can take a tuition fee loan that you’ll start paying back when you earn more than £21,000 per year*.
  • You can apply for different scholarships, bursaries and grants (depends on the university)
  • Minimum salary for students is around £5-6 per hour.
  • Average rent for accommodation is around £300 per month.
  • Average living cost in the UK besides accommodation is around £250.


Why not do a top-up programme in the UK?

Final year or top-up programmes are for students have completed the first two years of their Bachelor studies or have already received a Bachelor degree. At the end of the final year or top-up course the student will receive a Bachelor degree from the university where he/she took the course.

If you want to know more about top-up and final year programmes in the UK, contact us for a consultation!