Friday, August 23rd, 2019

Why UK

When you come to the UK, you get four countries in one England, Scotland, Wales and 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. The national air, rail, coach and bus networks will get you almost anywhere in the UK- so you won’t need a car, as you might in some countries. Discounts or special rates are generally available for students on most forms of transport. All international students staying in the UK for a period of six months or more will qualify for free healthcare through the National Healthcare Service.

It’s easy to see the rest of Europe. The Channel Tunnel, cheap flights and ferries mean that you’re never too far away from the other great capital cities of the European mainland. The closeness of the rest of Europe means that many institutions offer work placements and periods of study there.

UK education with cutting-edge research opportunities, internationally acclaimed degrees, contemporary curriculum/methods, high-quality resources and high-standard training is second to none. It offers an invitation to students.

The UK has long been enjoying a widely envied reputation for providing outstanding higher education opportunities not just for its own citizens but for the world community. British educational qualifications are probably more universally trusted and respected than those of any other country.

Although it is a small country, there are considerable variations in climate, People, surroundings, cost of living, and population. The geographical, cultural and social environment will be very different.

The economy – one of the largest in the world – is no longer manufacturing but services-based, with e-commerce of growing significance. The City of London is a global financial centre.

Based on market exchange rates, the United Kingdom is the fifth-largest economy in the world; the second largest in Europe after Germany, and the sixth-largest overall by purchasing power parity (PPP) exchange rates.

Before you understand and adopt the lifestyle of UK it is important to know the various parts that make up the continent. The United Kingdom comprises three major countries, England, Scotland, and Wales. Its province Northern Ireland also forms an integral piece.

You can find Indians almost everywhere in the world. In United Kingdom you find more number of Indians than anybody else. Indians make such a dominant community that they can influence every facet of life in UK. Moreover, you may be surprised to know how diverse ethnicity British society is, especially in the cities. Ethnic minority groups now represent about seven per cent of the British population, including:

  • Over 1.6 million people of Indian descent
  • Over 1 million people of Caribbean or African descent
  • Over 1 million people of Pakistani and Bangladeshi descent
  • In addition, there are significant numbers of people from China, Italy, Cyprus, Poland, Australia, New Zealand, the USA    and Canada living in the UK.