Study in the UK
The UK is a popular study destination. It is known for its language, history, culture, and innovation. Students benefit from the UK's comprehensive support system in place for international students. A degree from a UK university is internationally respected. The country produces 14% of the world’s most cited academic papers and 5% of the world’s scientific research. Besides its excellent higher education reputation, the country continues to charm.
For many students, the UK has most of what they are looking for – great universities like Cambridge and Oxford.
Most countries do not have free healthcare for their citizens, and people must pay for medical services. The UK's National Health Service (NHS) offers free healthcare to people legally resident in the UK. International students should pay the International Health Surcharge (IHS) to use NHS services; more information is available from the Health Advice and Services for International Students section of this guidebook.
Post-study work opportunity
The Post-graduate work visa policy will allow recent graduates to work here for two years after finishing their studies.
The UK has a rich cultural heritage that makes it a fascinating place to visit. From its mixed ethnic population and ancient history, there is something for everyone.
The UK is geographically located in a good position
The UK is the ideal starting point for short trips to Europe. Many European destinations can be reached in just a few hours from London, which makes it a great travel hub.
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You will feel at home in Newcastle after only a short time – locals here are friendly and welcoming.
London is a big, exciting city. It can be a little overwhelming at first, but once you've settled in, you'll find it incredibly exciting.
Scotland is probably best known for its men in skirts, stomach-stuffed delicacy (haggis) and accent that can be hard to understand.
Cardiff is a city with a rich history, spanning thousands of years. You can see this in the architecture which extends from Roman, to Norman, to Medieval, and on into present day.
Glasgow is a lively, multicultural city with a long and rich history. It's also home to more than 20,000 international students.