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Why a UK education? One of the world's best education systems

Improve your career prospects

British qualifications are respected and recognised around the world. Study in the UK and you'll gain valuable experience of speaking English in its native country and demonstrate to future employers your independence and personal drive. Of course, you'll also be gaining the skills, qualifications and experience you need to succeed in your chosen career.

The reputation of a British education is world-renowned

When it comes to choosing the right university you should know that Britain has some of the most famous universities in the world, including University of Cambridge and University of Oxford. Educational institutions across the country have earned a well-deserved reputation for high levels of quality and high standards of teaching. By studying in the UK, you'll be part of that educational heritage. 

Broaden your horizons

Britain is a multicultural country with plenty to see and do. You'll meet students from all over the world and experience many different cultures. You'll have plenty of free time to socialise with your new friends and to explore the country. It will be an enriching and rewarding experience that will change your life.

University of Oxford logo
The University of Oxford is a world-leading institution and its students are amongst the best of their generation. Our recent experience of selecting one of Bellerbys'  A level students is an outstanding candidate, who has emerged as the top student in his year in Engineering. In addition to being academically gifted, he has clearly had the benefit of an excellent preparation for University study.’"
Dr Stephen Payne, University Lecturer in Engineering Science, University of Oxford
Durham University
Durham University is very happy to receive applications from students that have studied A Levels, or the Foundation Programme, at Bellerbys College. They are well prepared and studious individuals that integrate well into our multi-national community."
Beth Sutcliffe, International Office, Durham University