Archive for January, 2016

Employment rate in the UK second highest according to a study

As European countries continue economic recovery from the 2008 financial crisis, most have shown substantial growth except for a few countries such as  Spain which has an unemployment rate of 25% among adults; highest among any European country. Amidst the recovery, the UK has gained the confidence of investment firms and businesses that are interested…

Five top universities to study mechanical engineering in UK

One of the earliest branches of engineering is also the toughest. Mechanical Engineering applies the principles of engineering, physics and mechanics and every year thousands of students from all over the world come to study mechanical engineering in UK. It’s not easy to pick the top five universities for the subject as all universities in…

Apply to a UK University without IELTS

The International Capital of Market Association Centre, also known as ICMA centre, provides Higher Education in collaboration with the University of Reading. The ICMA centre offers students a unique combination of finance theory and practice, providing students with skills that separate them from the rest. As one of the top finance schools in Europe, offering…

Coventry University to offer new May 2016 intake

Coventry University have announced a new May 2016 intake for international students. 8,000 students from 130 countries are already discovering a world of opportunity at Coventry University. The UK’s No.15 university and winner of the coveted Times Higher Education Award: University of the Year award, and now an exciting range of courses are available to study…

Top Employers in the UK target University of Manchester

Ever wondered if the top employers in your country prefer the name of the university you graduated from? The answer is yes. But surprisingly, in the survey it was found that employers aren’t affected by the rankings of the university in the league tables. Surprisingly, the University of Manchester was found to be the top…

UK Visas and Immigration makes changes to Tier 4 visa requirements

UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) have updated their student immigration rules for Tier 4 Visa General and Tier 4 Child visas. Tier 4 Visa General All students looking to study on an International Foundation Programme must do so on a Tier 4 general visa, regardless of age. Additional periods of leave granted by UKVI now…

Graduates becoming choosier as UK job market improves

A report from the High Fliers market research company has revealed that the UK’s leading companies are “fighting it out” for the best graduates as employment in the UK continues to improve. Around 1,000 graduates were found to have turned down job offers at the last minute, while it was also revealed that 20,000 students…

Times Higher Education announce world’s most international universities

Times Higher Education ranked the top 100 most international universities this week, with 39 UK institutions making the list. The UK saw off competition from educational giants such as Switzerland, the US and Australia, which featured the second highest number of entries. London was also ranked as the world’s most international city for higher education…

International Summer School for Medical students

INTO St George’s, University of London is offering an exclusive two-week Summer School for international students considering an undergraduate degree in medical, bio-medical or health sciences at a UK university. WHY ST GEORGE’S, UNIVERSITY OF LONDON? As the UK’s only dedicated medical and healthcare university, St George’s, University of London is the ideal place to gain first-hand experience…

Why study Psychology at INTO University of East Anglia?

INTO University of East Anglia have announced a new International Year One option in Psychology for September 2016 entry. The course is designed for students who narrowly missed out on the entry requirements to enter the first year of an undergraduate Psychology degree directly at UEA. Upon successful completion of the year one programme, students can progress directly…