The United Kingdom has been always a popular destination for studies mainly because of its tradition of upholding quality in education.
One of the other highlights about UK education is the wide choice of study programs and institutions.
You have a choice of more than 150,000 courses across universities in England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales.The research infrastructure is very strong and Research Excellence Framework(REF) classifies 46% of UK universities as 'internationally excellent'
4 of the top 6 universities in the world are in Great Britain according to QS and world rankings.
There are Bachelors and Masters programmes with sandwich year or the placement year which provides valuable practical work experience. One year Masters is an attractive option as it helps to save tuition fees and accommodation costs. There are many scholarships that are offered by independent bodies and by universities and particular schools or departments. There are students from more than 180 countries who study in the UK.
Students have part time work rights which allows them to work 20 hours in a week during term time. Internships, work placements and projects which are part of study programs also provide scope for learning through work and building a career. Students are also given a 2 year post study work visa after studies which helps them to get an international work exposure.
Plenty of information is available for international students in the government websites given below: