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10 Reasons to Study in the UK

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  1. Focused degrees: If you know exactly what you want to study, then studying in the UK is for you. Their degrees are more professionally-focused as compared to the broad-based curriculum found in Canadian post-secondary institutions.
  2. Shorter degrees that save you time: A typical Undergraduate degree is 3 years (except in Scotland where it is 4 years), and the typical graduate degree is 12 months. By finishing your schooling faster, you can jumpstart your career before your friends!
  3. Save your money: By graduating 1+ years earlier, you can save yourself all the expenses you would have racked up with the extra year in post-graduate studies.
  4. Universally recognized institutes: The UK is home to some of the world’s most renowned schools (Who hasn’t heard of Cambridge and Oxford?). Apart from the big names, the UK is recognized by the world for having a solid educational system, and your credentials from the UK will most likely be acknowledged in any country you may work in.
  5. International hub: By studying in the UK, you have great opportunities to travel and work in the host country of a world-class metropolis: London. With its professional and diverse mix of people, the UK may be your launch pad to other international opportunities.
  6. Easy access to travel: Unlike in Canada, everything is relatively close in Europe. While you’re studying in the UK, you can take weekend trips to Rome, Athens, or Paris in your spare time for a fraction of the price you would pay to visit them from Canada.
  7. Rich history – The UK is home to several historic sites, including castles, abbeys, palaces and Stonehenge. The UK will fascinate both history buffs and casual tourists alike.
  8. Support for international students – UK is host to many international students, and to meet their needs, the UK has great resources in place for prospective students looking to study in the UK. You can always find an advisor that can answer your questions. For more information, check out this helpful website: EducationUK
  9. The best possible place to study and learn English – Fluency in English is an asset to nearly any business in the international job market, and there is no better place to learn and practice English than in the UK.
  10. Unique countryside sites – After all those hours of studying and hopping around cities, the UK countryside is a refreshing sight to see: quaint tea shops, small villages, toy houses, and typical English cuisine are some of the things you’ll find in the regions of Wales, Yorkshire Dales, and the Lake District.

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