• Q: Why should I choose to study in the United Kingdom?
  • A: The United Kingdom boasts high educational standards with first-class teaching. Degrees from the UK are internationally recognized. Additionally, the UK welcomes people from overseas, making it a culturally diverse and socially inclusive country ideal for international students to learn and gain new life and learning experiences.
  • Q: How is learning English in the UK different from other countries?
  • A: Learning English in the UK allows you to learn British English directly from native speakers, offering an excellent opportunity to learn the language accurately and formally. The UK's schools and institutions often organise activities for students to practise speaking and immerse themselves in English with classmates from various countries, enhancing cultural experiences.

    Students can focus entirely on their language studies in an environment that supports English as the main language of communication. This daily immersion accelerates English language skill development.

    The opportunity to travel and explore Europe and the UK makes studying in England not only an educational journey but also an easy and convenient way to experience Europe's rich culture and history.
  • Q: What are the top 3 cities in the UK ranked best for education?
  • A: London is known for its academic excellence, cultural diversity, and vibrant student life, home to world-leading universities such as Imperial College London, UCL, and King's College London.

    Edinburgh is another top choice for students, famous for its historical beauty and home to renowned universities like the University of Edinburgh and Heriot-Watt University.

    Glasgow is recognized for its value, friendly and diverse student life, and cultural attractions, hosting the prestigious University of Glasgow known for its research excellence and cultural studies.
  • Q: What is the weather like in England?
  • A: Summer (June – August) is warm and sunny, with occasional cooler days.

    Autumn (September – November) sees temperatures cooling gradually, with leaves changing colour and falling, offering a milder climate.

    Winter (December – February) is the coldest season, with snow in some areas, longer nights, and shorter, darker days.

    Spring (March – May) features variable weather, with some warm sunny days but possible cold or rainy afternoons.
  • Q: Can holders of a Student visitor or Short-term Study Visa work?
  • A: Students on a Student visitor or Short-term Study Visa for language studies, lasting 6 months to 1 year, are not permitted to work during their stay.
  • Q: If I want to study and work simultaneously, which visa should I hold?
  • A: Students wishing to work while studying should hold a Student Visa (General Student Visa, Tier 4) for degree-level studies or higher. These students can work up to 20 hours per week during term time.
  • Q: What is a Graduate Route Visa or Post Study Work Visa?
  • A: The Graduate Route Visa, also known as the Post Study Work Visa, allows international students who have completed a degree in the UK to stay and work in any job, full-time or part-time, or even start their business, post-graduation.
  • Q: How long is the Graduate Route Visa valid?
  • A: Currently, graduates with a bachelor's or master's degree are eligible for a 2-year Graduate Route Visa, while PhD graduates can obtain a 3-year visa.