Why UK?

The UK has a reputation around the world as a country of learning and academia, and it’s not hard to see why. Universities have a centuries-old history in Britain, with Oxford and Cambridge both having been founded over 800 years ago!

This is reflected in the modern world, with British universities taking a disproportionate number of places in the world university league tables. In fact, nearly a fifth of the world’s top 50 universities are in the UK according to the QS World University Rankings 2020!

The UK is a tolerant, multicultural country — in fact, you’ll find people here from almost every country on Earth! According to the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA), the UK is the second most popular study destination in the world, with 458,520 international students choosing to study at UK universities in 2017/18, so you can be sure you’ll receive a warm welcome.

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Universities in uk

UK universities are known for the wide range of degrees they offer in subjects as diverse as Art and Design, Business and Management and Media Studies.

You’ll have access to an impressive 2,941 degrees through Kaplan, so no matter what subject you’re interested in, you’re certain to find something that suits you. You might even discover a degree you didn’t even know existed!

In the UK, you can usually complete an undergraduate degree in 3 years if you study full time. A master’s degree usually takes 1 year.  This is in contrast to other countries such as the USA, where undergraduate degrees take at least 4 years to complete, and a master’s degree takes 2 years to finish.

 

So, if you choose to study in the UK, you’ll be able to graduate sooner, and save money on fees and accommodation too — what a great reason why you should study in the UK!