Study In UK
Why study in the UK?
UK is one of the oldest education systems in the world. It’s a great exposure & experience of studying in the UK. UK education equips students with unparalleled academic and professional skills and augments their personal development with an unforgettable cultural experience. Quality Education and flexible admission & study system: The British universities are owned and funded by the UK government and there are government colleges too which are known as “Further Education & Higher Education” (HE & FE) Colleges. All services such as facilities available to students, quality of teaching, research funds, infrastructure, accommodation services, student support and career services are monitored according to strict quantitative assessments. Students with rich experiences are accepted directly on higher level courses even if they don’t have formal bachelors sometimes. Diploma students get maximum “Credit Transfer” / “Advance Entry” on to the Degree courses in the UK.
The Bachelor courses in the UK are generally of Three years and Master courses are of One year, which allows the student to start his career faster and saves one year cost as well. Placements & Internship: Students get maximum undergraduate and many postgraduate degree courses with one year internships involved in the UK. This gets the students having hands on knowledge of their studies, direct contact with the industries before they complete the course. Student Visa and Part Time Jobs: According to the Visa regulations, on a student visa of more than 6 months duration, you can work 20 hours a week part time if studying at a “British University’, 10 hours a week part time if studying at a “HE & FE College” and 40 hrs a week full time during vacations. The minimum wage regulation in the UK states that the minimum possible wage per hour for students working part time must be £4.50, and generally students get paid between £4 to £7 an hour depending on the nature of the job.
Although the students are allowed to work 20 hrs a week part time, they are strongly advised not to spend more that 8 to 10 hrs per week as courses in the UK are known for being very intensive. Depends of the students are allowed join & work full time legally.