The UK is one of the best places in the world to study. It’s not only a great place to live, but it has some of the best teaching facilities in the world. Four of the top ten best universities in the world are in the UK. So you’ll be able to study for qualifications that are respected all around the world.
Study here and you will have access to world-class art, music, and literature. Plus there's a diverse range of cities, countryside, sports, history and heritage.
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UK universities have a strong global reputation, 71 UK universities feature in the QS World University Rankings. Four are currently ranked among the world's top 10. A 2016 report by Universities UK said: "91% of international students would recommend the UK over any of its major rivals."
The UK has been welcoming international students for many years. It is a friendly, multicultural place. It is an ideal place for international students to study.
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Choose to study in the UK and you'll gain the best skills and qualifications. The 2013/14 QS World University Rankings found employers consider UK graduates among the most 'employable'. In a global survey of 27,000 graduate employers, five UK universities ranked in the Top 10.
The UK is one of the most exciting places in the world for innovation and original thinking. If you love to learn, and you want to become an expert in your subject, the UK is where you need to be.
The UK is the number one place in the world to study English. Learn in one of our vibrant UK locations, alongside native English speakers. Our expert teachers are highly skilled in teaching international students, just like you. So it's easy to improve your English with Bellerbys.
"UK qualifications are recognised all over the world, and there are plenty of opportunities for further study and career progression once I have completed my course. Studying in the UK offers me the opportunity to master English."
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Studying: Pharmacology at the University of Bath