Study in UK
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Admission in UK
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We at Athena Study Abroad are proud of the fact that over 10,000+ lives are part of our family. It gives us a sense of immense pleasure, while we realize the responsibility at the same time.
Athena is an authorised representative of many leading Universities/Colleges across the globe.
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Pre /Post Landing
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Things to know
The United Kingdom consists of England, Wales, Scotland (which together make up Great Britain) and Northern Ireland.
Capital cities: The capital city of the UK is London, which is also the capital of England. For Wales the capital is Cardiff, for Scotland it is Edinburgh, and for Northern Ireland it is Belfast.
Population: The population of the UK is estimated to be around 63 million (England: 53 million, Scotland: 5.3 million, Wales: 3 million, Northern Ireland: 1.8 million).
Economy: The UK is one of the world’s leading business locations and the number one destination for inward investment in Europe. The UK is one of the top ten manufacturers in the world and has the largest industries in Europe for Life Sciences, ICT and the Creative Industries. Find out more atUKTI.
Language: English is spoken throughout the UK, but there are other official languages too, such as Welsh, Scots and Gaelic.
Money: The currency of the UK is pounds sterling.
Religion: The main religion in the UK is Christianity. However, the UK is a multi-faith society where other religions are widely welcomed and accepted.
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Why Study in UK
- UK education is all about giving you the inspiration to develop your knowledge and skills, the freedom to be creative, and the support to help you achieve your best.
- UK schools, colleges and universities offer you a world-class education – the chance to follow your passion for learning and gain qualifications that are respected by employers and academics worldwide.
- On a UK course you will benefit from excellent teaching and facilities – in order to accept students, UK schools, colleges and universities must meet strict quality standards set by the UK government and education bodies.
- With such a strong reputation for research and education, UK universities and colleges attract some of the world’s leading academics and industry professionals. You will be encouraged to express your own ideas and think for yourself.
- One of the reasons why employers value UK qualifications is because of the focus on skills for the workplace. Many UK courses are designed in partnership with businesses and are taught by industry professionals, so you will gain real experience for your future career. Some courses give you the chance to do a work placement as part of your studies too, working for a business, charity or public sector organisation (check yourvisa status allows you to do this).
- The teaching style in the UK encourages attributes which are in high demand from employers worldwide – attributes such as creativity, innovation, teamwork and leadership. By studying in the UK you’ll also learn about new cultures and socialise with students from around the world, which is valuable experience as the business world becomes increasingly international.
- The UK is a friendly, welcoming place for people of all countries, cultures and faiths.
- In 2012, over500,000 international students from 200 nations studied in the UK, and a further 600,000 students came to do an English language course. As a student in the UK, you’ll get to know people from all over the world, and you’ll learn about many different cultures.
- When it comes to starting your career, UK qualifications are a great boost to your salary as well as your CV.
- UK course fees and living expenses are similar to those you will find at many leading education providers in other countries
- UKhigher education courses are generally shorter than in other countries. For example, full-time bachelors’ degrees typically last three years, and many full-time masters’ degrees last one year. This means you can graduate and start your career earlier.
- There are many scholarships, bursaries and financial support schemes for international students who wish to join a UK course.
- Living costs and tuition fees vary greatly between institutions across the UK. Before you enrol, we recommend contacting your chosen school, college or university for full details. Ask what’s included in their fees, and if there are any additional costs to consider.
The UK has a long history of welcoming international students from around the globe. And with a reputation for academic excellence, it’s easy to see why so many international students choose a UK education.
Many UK schools, colleges and universities have an international society to help international students settle in and make friends.
International societies tend to offer:
- social activities such as parties, meals and meet-ups
- trips to visit local tourist attractions
- support, friendship and advice.
You might have heard that it always rains in the United Kingdom. It’s fair to say that it does rain a lot, and it can be cloudy, but it is also said that London is drier than Rome, New York, Brisbane, Rio de Janeiro, and Tokyo!
The reason people associate the UK with rain is because the weather here is so unpredictable. The rain can come at any time of year and on any day. You might wake up to beautiful blue skies, only to be soaked in rain a few hours later.
But with the right clothes and the right attitude, you can enjoy the UK, whatever the weather. There’s not much better than lazing by the river in the sunshine, dancing in the mud at a music festival, or heading out for a snowball fight.
Although UK weather is unpredictable, it is rarely extreme. In summer, the average temperature ranges from 9–18 degrees Celsius (48–64 degrees Fahrenheit). On occasion, it can reach around 30 degrees Celsius (86 degrees Fahrenheit) in a heatwave, but this is rare.
In winter the average is between 2 and 7 degrees Celsius (36–45 degrees Fahrenheit), but temperatures often drop to just below 0 degrees Celsius (36 degrees Fahrenheit). Thankfully, most houses, buildings, trains and buses have good heating systems.
Northern parts of the UK experience slightly lower temperatures than southern parts, and rainfall is slightly lighter in the east and south. In general there is little difference between the regions, but you will experience more snow, rain and wind in mountain areas.
Once upon a time, the UK was known for bland cooking, boiled vegetables and fried food.
All that has changed. In recent years there has been a true food revolution here for two reasons.
Firstly, there has been a real drive for healthy eating, led by top nutritionists, chefs and the media, and backed by a government health-awareness campaign.
Secondly, thanks to travel and immigration, people have discovered international cuisine in fact the UK’s favorite meal is now curry!
Admittedly you can still find fast-food stores and ‘junk food’ (unhealthy food), but the UK’s restaurant scene now rivals the best in the world, and in the shops you can choose top-quality, wholesome food.