Archive for December, 2015

5 best places in the UK to celebrate New Year’s Eve 2016

New Year’s Eve is just around the corner, already holidays for many, it’s time to say goodbye to the worries of yesterday and celebrate the coming New Year. If you are living in the UK or even studying in the UK, and haven’t made any plans so far, the wait is over. In fact, even…

What makes London the best city for student life

With student population of nearly 3,00,000 students making London an ideal place for students to live, study, and build a network. Every year close to 4,30,000 students come to the UK for studies, majority in England. Ranked second last year and fifth this year as the best city for the students; what is it that…

STEM is where the jobs are

Every single day, many people make crucial decisions which shape their careers and future. Businesses in Northern Island are now encouraging students to study STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) to help them remain world leaders. The benefits are not just limited to the economy though, but also young students. According to a survey by…

Why study in the UK?

The UK is the second most popular destination for overseas students after the US and is home to more than 350,000 students who come to pursue higher education in the UK every year. What is it that makes the UK so special for higher education? World Famous Universities UK universities consistently rank in the global…

Take your family when studying in the UK

Did you know that if you have dependent family members who need to come with to the UK when you leave to study, they can? Dependents are classed as: Wife/husband Civil partner (you and your partner must be 18+ the day you arrive in the UK) Partner of the same sex (must have lived together for…

Turner Prize winners and where they studied in the UK

The Turner Prize, established in 1984, is awarded to a British artist under 50 for an outstanding exhibition or other presentation of work in the last twelve months. It is intended to promote public discussion of new developments in contemporary British art and is widely recognised as one of the most important and prestigious awards for…

Top five places to study Music in UK

UK is no stranger to music, with the history associated with the likes of The Beatles, The Radiohead, Pink Floyd, Elton John, and more recently Adele who has created a storm by her new single ‘Hello’. Most of John studied music for five years at Royal Academy of Music. If you love music and wish…

Top 5 Universities for Studying Statistics in the UK

Statistics—a field of mathematics, is the study of collection of data. There are many other applications of Statistics in Business, IT, or Finance industry. Most graduate statistics students go on to study post-graduation, or get into research. Now the course work varies from university to university. For 2016, these are the top 5 universities for…

Top 5 UK degrees for high starting salary

Dentistry Starting salary: £30,132 Dentists are the doctors who cure and prevent dental disease. Most dentists are self-employed and work as a general dental practitioner (GDP), providing dental care for the general public. To become a Dentist, you need to do a GDP approved degree which takes up to five years. A dentist can work…