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LOCATION : Western Europe, islands including the northern one-sixth of the island of Ireland between the North Atlantic Ocean and the North Sea, northwest of France
POPULATION : 60,441,457 (July 2005 est.)
GDP : $1.867 trillion (2005 est.)
SIZE : 244,820 sq km
LANGUAGE : English, Welsh, Scottish form of Gaelic (in Scotland)
MAJOR INDUSTRIES : machine tools, electric power equipment, automation equipment, railroad equipment, shipbuilding, aircraft, motor vehicles and parts, electronics and communications equipment, metals, chemicals, coal, petroleum, paper and paper products, food processing, textiles, clothing, and other consumer goods


The UK is fast emerging as one of the most popular study destinations for education in the world.
A high degree of sophistication, modern facilities and International level education quality: the United Kingdom is just the right place to give your career that global edge. The advantages of studying in UK are:


a) World Class Qualification:

UK qualifications are recognised and respected throughout the world. Your UK qualification will be a solid foundation for building your future, boosting your career and prospects for a higher salary. UK Universities are funded by the government and are continuously assessed by official bodies that grade the standard of their teaching and research.


b) International Experience:

Wherever you choose to study in the UK, you will surely have an enriching and international experience, one that will remain etched in your memory forever and will arm you with a truly global perspective. UK institutions attract students from all over the world, so you will have the opportunity to mix with international as well as UK students.


c) Learn in a modern Environment:

In an increasingly globalised world economy, people need special skills and qualities to succeed. UK Institutions are highly modernized and provide excellent infrastructure.


d) Value for Money:

UK degrees can take only three years and postgraduate master's courses only one year ' compared with four years and two years in most other countries. This means you will save a great deal on both tuition fees and living costs ' and you will be able to start working and earning money sooner. UK degree courses are shorter because they are more intensive, and therefore more efficient in terms of your time and money. UK institutions offer thousands of scholarships and bursaries just for international students, while more than 21, 000 international students receive scholarship funding from the UK Government every year. Under existing work regulations, international students in the UK can work up to 20 hours a week when studying and full time during vacations.


e) Range of courses:

UK Universities and colleges offer more than thousand courses at different levels of education. There is a great flexibility in the way in which a subject can be studied. One of the biggest advantages of studying in the UK is that the option of combining work placements with academic study such as sandwich courses at the undergraduate level and work internships at the post graduate level. Having a work component weaved into the programme of study gives the students cutting edge knowledge and expertise as well as the hands on experience in your area of study, thereby strengthening chances of obtaining suitable employment later on.


f) Ideal base for travel:

UK consists of three countries and a province: England, Scotland, Wales and the province of Northern Ireland. Each has its own distinctive history, landscape and modern culture. And, because they're all within easy reach of one another, they're easy to explore. Once you are in UK, it’s easy to see the rest of Europe. UK is the hub for business in Europe.


    •  First Degree (Bachelors Degree)

    •  Sandwich Courses: Where the coursework is accompanied by the practical work.

    •  HND (Higher National Diploma)

    •  Vocational Courses

    •  Postgraduate

    •  Research (PhD.)


Universities In U.K.

    •  University of Glasgow

    •  University of Strathclyde

    •  Glasgow School of Art

    •  Glasgow Caledonian University

    •  University of Paisley



    •  Edinburgh College of Art
    •  Heriot-Watt University
    •  Napier University
    •  Open University
    •  Queen Margaret University College
    •  University of Edinburgh



    •  Robert Gordon University
    •  University of Aberdeen
    •  University of Dundee
    •  University of St Andrews
    •  University of Stirling ( Near Glassglow & Edinburgh)



    •  Brunel University
    •  Imperial College
    •  King's College London
    •  London Metropolitan University
    •  London School of Economics and Political Sciences
    •  London South Bank University
    •  Middlesex University
    •  Open University
    •  Queen Mary University of London
    •  Royal College of Art
    •  Thames Valley University
    •  University of East London
    •  University of Greenwich
    •  University of London
    •  University of Westminster
    •  Wimbledon School of Art
    •  Ealing, Hammersmith & West london College


South East of England

    •  University of Surrey ( Near London)
    •  Open University
    •  Oxford Brookes University
    •  Royal Holloway, University of London
    •  University of Brighton
    •  University of Buckingham
    •  University of Oxford
    •  University of Southampton
    •  University of Sussex


South West of England

    •  Bournemouth University
    •  University of Bath
    •  University of Bristol
    •  University of Exeter
    •  University of Exeter in Cornwall
    •  University of Gloucestershire
    •  University of Kent
    •  University of Plymouth
    •  University of Portsmouth
    •  University of Reading
    •  University of the West of England
    •  University College for the Creative arts (Near London)


East of England

    •  Cranfield University
    •  University of Cambridge
    •  University of East Anglia
    •  University of Essex
    •  University of Hertfordshire
    •  University of Luton
    •  Norwich School of Art and Design


East Midlands

    •  De Montfort University
    •  Loughborough University
    •  Nottingham Trent University
    •  University of Northampton (Near London)
    •  University of Derby
    •  University of Leicester
    •  University of Lincoln
    •  University of Nottingham


West Midlands

    •  Aston University
    •  Coventry University
    •  Keele University
    •  South Birmingham College
    •  Staffordshire University
    •  The University of Birmingham
    •  University of Central England in Birmingham
    •  University of Warwick
    •  University of Wolverhampton


North East of England

    •  Northumbria University
    •  University of Durham
    •  University of Newcastle upon Tyne
    •  University of Sunderland
    •  University of Teeside


North West of England

    •  Lancaster University
    •  Liverpool John Moores University
    •  Manchester Metropolitan University
    •  City College Manchester
    •  University of Bolton
    •  University of Central Lancashire
    •  University of Liverpool
    •  University of Manchester
    •  University of Salford

Yorkshire and Humber

    •  Leeds Metropolitan University
    •  Sheffield Hallam University
    •  University of Bradford
    •  University of Huddersfield
    •  University of Hull
    •  University of Leeds
    •  University of Lincoln
    •  University of Sheffield
    •  University of York



    •  All areas Swansea University
    •  University of Wales, Institute Cardiff
    •  Open University
    •  University of Glamorgan
    •  University of Wales
    •  University of Wales, Aberystwyth
    •  University of Wales, Bangor
    •  University of Wales, Lampeter
    •  University of Wales, Newport


    •  All Areas Queen's University Belfast
    •  St Mary's University College
    •  Stranmillis University College
    •  University of Ulster

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