Study in UK
UK qualifications are recognized and respected all over the world. It is the oldest established educational system & provides a solid foundation for all skills required to do well and succeed in a globalised world economy. So, VS GLOBAL provides you the best opportunity to explore yourself in UK.
The international alumni from UK institutions includes many leading politicians, thinkers and business people who have had an important influence on the world such as Bill Clinton (former President of the USA)
Education in UK
The sheer variety of specializations means finding a course that suits your real interests, your ambitions and passions. UK institutions use a variety of teaching and assessment methods to encourage independence, as well as mastery of the subject.
The education system provides facilities such as international student societies, planned social activities, academic support, and academic counsellors.
Numerous Scholarships and bursaries offered by UK institutions. Almost free health care by National Health Service. Student discount facilities provided free through National Union of Student membership for all students. Vast choice of institutions, academics and subjects. Home to numerous ethnic groups and nationalities from around the world. Tolerant, stable society where students learn about diverse range of people.
University in UK
UK universities provide internationally – recognized qualifications of the highest standard. They also offer more opportunities than ever before: there are currently over 50,000 postgraduate taught courses and research opportunities to choose from.
The UK higher education system combines the best elements of tradition and modernity. Some UK universities are among the oldest in the world; others are among the newest.
The quality and standard of UK higher education are guaranteed through the work of various official bodies. The quality of a university’s teaching and its general facilities are assessed by the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA). Research standards are examined by the Research Assessment Exercise (RAE), which publishes its findings every five years.
The UK has always welcomed students from all over the world. In 2003/2004, there were 96,845 students from the European Union (EU) and 203,210 students from outside of it in the UK at undergraduate and postgraduate level.