Very competitive and business-driven, the country is home to almost 68 mln people!
The country offers several good scholarships covering tuition fees and living expenses.
International students pay higher fees than locals. However, upon graduation, international students get post-study work visas for 2-3 years, making it possible to stay and look for jobs in the UK.
Both international and local students can work part-time while studying in a full-time higher ed programme. Partners of international students might work full-time in certain cases. 8.91 GBP per hour is the minimum hourly wage for people over 23.
The current unemployment rate ranges between 4 and 6%, which indicates a healthy economy!
900 GBP per month is what you can expect to spend in the UK as an international student.
The UK is no longer a part of the European Union.
Oxford University is the oldest higher education institution in the U.K. Its lecturers were not allowed to get married until the end of the 19th century!
Some claim that there are more Indian restaurants in London than in Indian urban centres like New Delhi or Mumbai.
As an international student in a higher ed programme in the UK, you can usually work part-time. Also, if you study in a Master’s or Ph.D. level programme, your partner might be able to work full time! Below you can see the top-paying industries in 2020 and their median annual earnings for full-time employees, according to the Office for National Statistics: