STUDY IN UK
United Kingdom is most commonly known as The Kingdom of Great Britain. England popularized to be with Shakespeare birthplace, Beatles – the capital home for London, and globally influential centre of finance and culture. The United Kingdom has a population with an estimated 65.1 million people and is exceeding tremendously due to international students exposure widely through the largest city in London.
United Kingdom assessable with British Universities lasting the best in the students, through University of Cambridge, University of Oxford, and King’s College London, are the oldest and the most prestigious institutions in Europe. In the English-speaking world where the State and territories have a majority of native speakers proficient in English language, it is compulsory for pupils to study a second language up to the age of 14 in England. French and German are the two most commonly taught second languages in England and Scotland.
The education system in the United Kingdom is divided into four main parts, primary education, secondary education, further higher education. UK Universities are popular for having students from an assorted scope of foundations. The college offers its student different alternatives to think about in UK as full-time learners, evening course learners and E-Learners.
For most courses and universities, International students are required to take IELTS (International English Language Test) which is regularly administered by the British Council. Some universities may accept TOEFL as an alternative.
**Some Universities may waive IELTS if you have been studying in English medium throughout and they are convinced that you are proficient in English.
Qualifying Criteria Undergraduate
Outstanding marks from one of the two Central Boards (CBSE or ICSE) or their equivalent with the first year of an Indian degree programme, are therefore usually required for direct entry into an undergraduate programme in UK. Applicants must satisfy both general and course requirements for admissions. Secondary school with complete details of the subjects, credits involved with other details like correspondence courses, diplomas etc.
Qualifying Criteria Graduate
Not at all like undergraduate programs, there is no equity bought for application frameworks for graduate degrees. Most UK universities accept the Indian graduation system of three years for entry into most postgraduate courses. An Indian bachelor degree like B.A, B.Com or B.Sc is equivalent to a British Bachelor (Ordinary) Degree.
However, some courses and universities may require a qualification equivalent to British Bachelor (Honour’s) Degree with MA, M.Sc, which requires 16 years of formal education, which would mean another year after graduation or a four year degree courses like B.E, B.Tech, or other such courses.
Qualifying Criteria Professionally
A post graduate Indian equivalent degree in M.Tech. or M.E from I.I.T. or I.I.Sc and other such colleges are credited as British Master Degree. A number of professional and vocational courses require relevant work experience. For instance, many MBAs or Master courses in information studies require at least a couple of years’ work experience.
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