UK- With education rooting back to the 13th century, today UK has become the most preferred study destination in the world. The country offers top class education in all the fields and helps people achieve their goals with minimal expenditure. Earlier the country had no visa provision after completion of studies. However, the newly launched PSW(Post Study Work Visa) has made it a hot destination since it gives chance to the applicant to look for a suitable job with the luxury of time. Also, the borders attached to Europe and Ireland gives applicants a wide variety of options to choose from, when it comes to the professional realm.

The United Kingdom is a leading member of the Commonwealth of Nations, the Council of Europe, the G7, the G20, NATO, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Interpol and the World Trade Organization (WTO). It was a member of the European Union (EU) and its predecessor, the European Economic Community (EEC) from 1 January 1973 until withdrawing on 31 January 2020. The capital is London which is one of the leading commercial, financial and cultural centres. Other major cities include Manchester, Leeds, Glasgow, Newcastle, Edinburgh and Cardiff. Britain’s aerospace industry is in top 10 list when it comes to national aerospace industry depending upon the method of measurement. The picturesque beauty of the country and the magic painted by Harry Potter movies puts you in a state of nostalgia and makes you go mesmerized and leave you carving for more.

Apart from having world’s best universities, there are a couple of reasons for why we want you to go to UK for your studies. Below are a couple of them.

i. They Don’t waste much time:- UK education system have courses which are shorter than the courses in many countries and the quality is kept as a priority when it comes to educating the masses. With postgraduate courses getting completed within 1 year and UG courses in 3, the time spent in learning the skills is lesser than otherwise. Plus, we cannot ignore the money saved in tuition and accommodation is cherry on the top. Lastly, more time to search a good job.

ii. Quality Comes First:- The world's leading destination after USA, UK is most preffered for higher education and attracts more than 4,00,000 international students who get enrolled each year. Applicants come here and get multitude of opportunities to hone their skills and gain knowledge, practical thinking and develop links in the market to achieve a desired future. The universities in UK have reputation of focusing more on research and run world-class research facilities. The top 100 world ranked universities are flooded with names from UK. The degrees and qualifications one gets from UK universities are recognized worldwide by companies and top employers.

iii. Let’s work along with:- the UK study system gives opportunities to students to work 20 hours a week along with study. This helps student’sachieve their goals without burning holes in their pockets. Even during the semester breaks, full-time working is also permitted giving you develop an experience in the field.

iv. Travel=Soul Food- Correction: - United Kingdom has its borders attached to European countries and has world renowned international airports with flights to all the countries. It gives you an opportunity to travel more, explore more, get close the cultures and trends in various countries and experiences and memories which last for a lifetime.

  • Punjabi food rules the country- Chicken Tikka was voted as the national dish of the country. A little ‘Chak De Fatte’ moment for the Indians.
  • The big be has a 13 tonne bell inside.
  • Golf was invented in Scotland however, it was outlawed for some time by the King JamesII of Scotland.
  • Windsor Castle is the oldest and largest inhabited castle in the world, being in use since the 11th century. It’s still one of the official residences of The Queen, as well as having some areas accessible to the public on tours.
  • Why would Queen need a Passport?
  • The British drink more than 60 billion cups of tea a year – around 100 million each day.