Maybe you know someone who has studied in the UK and has talked about it ever since? Did it successfully launch their international career or enable them to come home and leverage all those industry contacts they made? Perhaps the opportunity to study in the UK is just a dream you’ve been keeping to yourself? If you’re reading this, congratulations — you’ve already started turning that dream into reality. To help you along, here are some short answers to the four big initial questions you will be asking.
Why study in the UK?
With the UCAS deadline upon us and thoughts moving to the year ahead, this seems like a good time to consider what it is about a UK Higher Education that makes it stand out from its global competitors. Second, only to the US for attracting international students, the UK welcomes nearly half a million students every year and offers not only a world-class education but also the opportunity for unrivaled life experience within the rich culture of modern Britain and its cosmopolitan university cities.
How can I study in the UK?
The big question on your lips is, “How can I make it happen?” That is where we come in. Despite the high level of competition for places, we are able to successfully help with application support, including guidance writing your personal statement. We will navigate the admissions process meaning you get the course you want, in the place that you want! How? Because we know the system, inside out. Simple really!
What to study in the UK?
Master’s and undergraduate programmes in International Business are currently high on the agenda of our prospective students why want to study in the UK. Advances in digital technology have meant many businesses have now taken on an international perspective, so gaining experience and qualifications in this field is a valuable investment. Graduates in this sector benefit from a buoyant current and future labour marketplace. More than three quarters are employed within six months of graduating with typical industries being HR, Finance and Marketing. Starting salaries sit at around the £24,000 mark, similar to law and substantially above the UK average!
Where in the UK do I study?
Not only does studying in the UK offer some of the best ranking universities in this field, it also offers a gateway to the global workplace. Aside from the more traditional Management and Business programmes at Imperial, London School of Economics, and Kings, we can expand your search to include universities such as Greenwich, which offers a highly rated International Business BA programme based in central London, Buckingham (ranked 6th for its Business School) and Anglia Ruskin which offers an MSc based in the vibrant and culturally rich city of Cambridge.
Turning your ambitions into reality is simple when you have the support to make the right decision each step of the way. Get in touch with one of our Education Consultants today, we are always happy to discuss how we can help you take the next step!