We will work for you..
By issuing study and tourist visas
We will work for you..
By issuing study and tourist visas
We will work for you..
By issuing study and tourist visas
We will work for you..
By issuing study and tourist visas
We will work for you..
By issuing study and tourist visas
We will work for you..
By issuing study and tourist visas
We will work for you..
By issuing study and tourist visas
We will work for you..
By issuing study and tourist visas

Higher education the United Kingdom

– Education in the United Kingdom comprises several systems divided according to regional government. The UK Government is responsible for England proper; the Scottish, Welsh Assembly, and the Northern Ireland Executive governments have their own spheres of responsibility.

– Although these systems resemble each other, the Scottish model differs slightly from the rest. For example, secondary schools in Scotland require that students obtain a wide education.
– A similar policy applies to university programs, which generally take a year longer to complete than elsewhere in the UK.

– The other educational systems stick more to depth than to breadth.

Who studies in the UK?

  • Students from outside the European Union (EU) form an ever-growing portion of the total number of international students enrolled in British educational institutions. Their ages range from the mid-teens to adulthood. Most of them come from South Asia and the Middle East. They attend not only universities and colleges, but also language schools, vocational institutes, and independent secondary schools.
  • They come here naturally for reasons of language, English being the common language of business and science worldwide. However, the UK’s excellent reputation in matters of education matters equally to them.
  • For those in need supplementary training, most institutions offer post-arrival support in both language and study skills. Almost half provide some kind of pre-arrival support—such as free in-sessional classes.
  • Other on-campus services are also widely available. While most institutions provide accommodation for international students, an increasing number are able to take in dependants and to assist in finding private accommodations in the absence of alternatives.
  • We will be there to guide you at every step.

Temporary employment & social activities

  • Not all international students choose to enter the labor market while studying abroad. Only a quarter of them do, some of whom obtain work permits for up to twenty hours per week during the term and full time outside of term.
  • Beyond the application process and curricular support, therefore, I-20 will help you take advantage of available workshops, drop-in sessions, websites and printed literature on employment possibilities.
  • That’s because we realize the importance of getting the right assistance while searching for employment in a foreign setting. It can be for the development of your career.
  • International students in the UK also enjoy special mentoring programs organized in collaboration with academic departments and students’ unions. Social activities like sporting, cultural and social events, trips, volunteering opportunities and host visits are available to make this an unforgettable personal experience.

Here are some links on this site, by geographical region