Education in UK

There have been great changes in the educational system in the UK since 1988. The United Kingdom is considered to be home to some of the best universities in the world. The education system in the UK is divided into four parts: primary education, secondary education, further education and higher education. Higher education in the UK is famous for its achievements in scientific research. Moreover to raise the education standards, government has introduced National Curriculum in the state schools of England and Wales which will be providing practical base education to the students of primary and secondary level. Students in their last stage of compulsory schooling are encouraged to have exposure into the practical world as a part of their education. UK universities provide wide range and flexible approach in their education system and student is free to choose what he/she wants to study from a variety of courses as per their requirements and skills. UK universities offer thousands of courses ranging from science and technology, computing and business, art and design, social sciences, humanities and many more.

In the UK, an institution can use the title “University” or “university colleges” only if granted by Privy Council. There are four fully fledged private universities in the UK which are the University of Buckingham, BPP University College  , Regent’s University London and the University of Law while other universities are partly publically funded and regulated by the government including regulating tuition fees, student funding and student loans and commission, research assessments and teaching reviews.


Engineering:

The UK is known for its world class capability in advanced engineering such as aerospace, automotive or any other field of engineering. The UK is renowned for aerospace engineering with the largest base of small and medium sized enterprises in Europe. Most of the students in the UK choose to specialize in aerospace engineering, chemical engineering, electrical engineering, structural engineering, marine or biomedical engineering. Studying engineering in the UK will give you unique opportunities to learn from professionals and make industry connections.


Business and Management:

Studying business and management programs in the UK enables you to analyze how a business works, the complexity involved in running them and how to effectively manage the overall operations. Graduates in the UK will find themselves working in a variety of different positions with jobs ranging from consultancy and HR roles to careers based in finance and commerce. With many companies coming to the UK to do business, there are many opportunities for students to build networks and gain experience both during and after the study.


Information Technology:

Nowadays, it has become impossible to imagine a day without information technologies and due to which during studies, students spend majority of their time doing research work and experimenting promoting the development of computer sciences and launch high-tech projects. Classes in the UK are conducted using modern equipment and students also get the opportunity to do their internship in different corporate IT giant industries.


Art and Design:

Studying Art and Design in the UK is like developing practical studio skills associated with becoming an artist alongside an exploration of the theoretical, historical and critical areas of the subject. Studio based work is the main attraction for all Art and Design courses which also includes painting, sculpture, installation, printing, photography and digital media. Universities also invite professional artists and critics to interact with students.


Health Sciences:

Health Sciences course in the UK is designed to provide bio-psychological perspective on the nature and study of human behavior and health with an emphasis on the contemporary developments in the social and biological sciences. The different features of the course are human biology, long term conditions, cellular and analytical biology, neurobiology, cognitive psychology and mental health.