5 Major Things You Should Considered Before Applying To Study In The UK. Want To Study In United Kingdom(UK)? Here Are Things To Consider Before Applying To Study In UK.
The British Council is the United Kingdom’s international organisation for cultural relations and educational opportunities.
Do you want to study in United Kingdom? Consider the following:
Things You Should Considered Before Applying To Study In The UK
5 Major Things You Should Considered Before Applying To Study In The UK
==»1) In comparison to the US, Canada and Australia; UK is the easiest country to get University admission and procure Visa.
==»2) A Masters Degree in the UK is quicker or faster to get – it is 1 year while those of US, Canada and Australia are often over 1 year.
==»3) Make sure you have money for at least 1 year tuition fee. Although you will be allowed to do 20 hours of work per week, the money you will make from this will only take care of your expenses or part of it. If you rely on it to pay first year tuition, it may not work. You can get subsequent session’s
tuition fee or part of it by working hard during the summer holidays when you are allowed to work full time.
==»4) You are expected to return back to your country after completing your studies, except you are offered a job by a UK employer. This is very difficult to get because there are laws tying the hands of the employers from employing non EU immigrants. If you must come, never resign your job in Nigeria if you have one.
==»5) Having an additional skill like hair barbing, hair weaving for girls, web design, web marketing, etc may put some extra money into your pocket if you know how to market yourself but this is not guaranteed.
In conclusion, conduct an extensive research on what to expect academically, financially and generally before taking the step. This will enable you to hit the ground running and know what to do after you finish your studies.
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