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About UK

  • Here is some quick information about the UK if you are looking for study abroad in the UK. United Kingdom is commonly known as U.K. OR Britain is a sovereign state of Europe. The United Kingdom is ringed with the North Sea to its East, the English Channel to its south and the Celtic Sea to its southwest. Northern Ireland is the only portion of the UK that shares a land boundary with another state The Republic of Ireland .with 64.5 million citizens the UK is the 21st most populated country.
  • London is the capital of the UK with 10,310,000 inhabitants, a great global city and fiscal centre. The current monarch since 6 February 1952 is -Queen Elizabeth II. The United Kingdom was the world’s first Industrialized country and world’s head of International power during the 19th and early 20th century. English is the official and national language of the UK and it has three distinct system of law -English law, Northern law and Scots law. It has a pleasant climate with plentiful rainfall the whole year. The temperature of here varies with season seldom dropping below – 11°c or rising above 35°c.
  • Abroad study is recognized and respected worldwide and the UK uses a variety of teaching and assessment methods designed to develop independent thought as well as a mastery of the subject matter. This broad and mature system of quality assurance means that when you elect to study overseas in the UK, you can be sanguine that the course and universities you choose are closely monitored to ensure high model.

Why study in UK


In a world of life-long learning, British education is … the first-class ticket for life.”
The Prime Minister, the Rt Hon Tony Blair, MP


British qualifications are recognised and respected around the world. The UK enjoys a reputation for unsurpassed quality throughout the world. It encourages skills that are relevant, marketable and much sought-after by today’s top companies which means students can look forward to better career prospects and higher potential earnings.


British degree courses tend to be shorter than those in other countries, which saves you money. For example, most UK undergraduate degrees take only three years, and most postgraduate Masters courses can be completed in just one year instead of two. The quality is the same as for longer degrees; the studies are just more intensive, and thus more efficient. This is a highly cost-effective approach: because you complete the course more quickly, you save on both tuition and living costs. Their shorter study period also means you are able to enter employment earlier, so you can start earning money sooner.
Another financial advantage is that you won’t need to budget for health insurance. In England, as long as your course in the UK lasts six months or more – no matter what the level of the course – you can register with the National Health Service (NHS). This will allow you access to free doctors examinations and hospital treatment, reduced-cost medicines, dental treatment and eye tests.


The perception that quality and standards are dropping is not true. Most qualifications offered in the UK are subject to strict quality standards overseen by government-appointed agencies.
The UK leads the world in developing quality standards and performance measures. In fact, the country is so committed to quality that the results of several of these assessments are publicly available for you to consult if you wish.
This extensive, sophisticated system of quality assurance means that when you choose to study in the UK, you can be confident that the course and institution you choose are closely monitored to ensure high standards.


UK’s past achievements are ensuring our present scientific and artistic successes. Ambitious achievers who are seeking a superior education choose the UK because British education is constantly changing while retaining the best of its prestigious 800-year heritage.

UK education offers the best from traditions of the past in combination with an up-to-date approach to the latest developments in new fields of study.


The enormous cultural and regional diversity demonstrates that the UK really has more to offer in terms of education, lifestyle and experience choices to help you be the best you can be. Diversity within the education system offers students choices in location, cost, environment and study methods and styles.


Students here learn alongside some of the worlds top intellectual achievers – people who have developed original knowledge in their fields – in an environment of vibrant creativity.
British education will give you analytical and creative thinking skills that you’ll need in the working world. Institutions in the UK use a variety of teaching and assessment methods designed to develop independent thought as well as a mastery of the subject matter. The strength in this personalised, independent approach will help you to develop the problem-solving skills you will need in the real world.


The UK has been welcoming international students for generations, and there are many systems in place to help you make the transition. The perception that British people are as cold as their climate is totally wrong. Applying to a British educational institution is easy. Once you arrive in the UK, you will find a network of support services to smooth the way, such as counselling, academic support, social facilities, guaranteed accommodation for the first year, and specialist advisers. These services will help you settle in and get the most from your educational experience. By choosing the UK, you will be joining the thousands of other international students who come here each year. You will leave with excellent educational qualifications and the experience to carry with you throughout your life.

Universities and colleges in UK

  • University of Aberdeen
    • University of Abertay Dundee
    • Aberystwyth University
    • Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge and Chelmsford
    • The Arts University Bournemouth
    • University of the Arts London
    • Camberwell College of Arts
    • Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design
    • Chelsea College of Art and Design
    • London College of Communication
    • London College of Fashion
    • Wimbledon College of Art
    • Aston University, Birmingham
    • Bangor University
    • University of Bath
    • Bath Spa University
    • University of Bedfordshire, Luton and Bedford
    • University of Birmingham
    • Birmingham City University
    • Birmingham Conservatoire
    • Bishop Grosseteste University
    • University Centre at Blackburn College, Blackburn
    • University of Bolton
    • Bournemouth University
    • BPP University College of Professional Studies
    • University of Bradford
    • University of Bradford School of Management
    • University of Brighton
    • Brighton and Sussex Medical School – students here are technically full members of both the University of Brighton and the University of Sussex
    • University of Bristol
    • Brunel University, Uxbridge and London
    • University of Buckingham
    • Buckinghamshire New University, High Wycombe
    • University of Cambridge
    • Canterbury Christ Church University, Canterbury, Thanet, Tunbridge Wells and Chatham
    • Cardiff University
    • Cardiff International Academy of Voice
    • Cardiff University School of Medicine
    • Cardiff Metropolitan University (UWIC)
    • University of Central Lancashire, Preston
    • University of Chester, Chester and Warrington
    • University of Chichester
    • Crichton University Campus, Dumfries, shared by the University of Glasgow, the University of the West of Scotland and The Open University
    • City University London
    • Cass Business School
    • City Law School
    • Coventry University
    • Cranfield University, Cranfield, Shrivenham and Silsoe
    • University for the Creative Arts, Canterbury, Epsom, Farnham, Maidstone and Rochester
    • University of Cumbria, Carlisle (main campus), Penrith and Ambleside
    • De Montfort University, Leicester
    • University of Derby
    • University of Dundee
    • Durham University, Durham and Thornaby-on-Tees (Queens Campus)
    • University of East Anglia, Norwich
    • University of East London
    • University of East London School of Law
    • Edge Hill University, Ormskirk
    • University of Edinburgh
    • Moray House School of Education
    • Edinburgh Napier University
    • University of Essex, Colchester and Southend-on-Sea
    • University of Exeter
    • Camborne School of Mines
    • Falmouth University
    • University of Glamorgan, Cardiff, Trefforest and Glyntaff
    • University of Glasgow
    • Glasgow Caledonian University
    • University of Gloucestershire, Cheltenham, Gloucester and London
    • University of Greenwich
    • Glyndwr University, Wrexham
    • Harper Adams University, Newport, Shropshire
    • Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh and Galashiels
    • University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield
    • University of the Highlands & Islands, Inverness (main campus), Elgin, Perth & across north and western Scotland
    • University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield & Barnsley
    • University of Hull, Hull and Scarborough
    • Hull York Medical School (HYMS)
    • Imperial College London
    • Imperial College at Wye
    • Royal School of Mines
    • Keele University, Staffordshire
    • University of Kent, Canterbury and Medway
    • Kingston University
    • Lancaster University
    • University of Leeds
    • Leeds Metropolitan University
    • Leeds Trinity University, Horsforth, Leeds (formerly Leeds Trinity and All Saints)
    • University of Leicester
    • University of Lincoln, Lincoln, Hull, Riseholme and Holbeach
    • University of Liverpool
    • Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
    • Liverpool Hope University
    • Liverpool John Moores University
    • University of London
    • Birkbeck, University of London
    • Central School of Speech and Drama
    • Courtauld Institute of Art
    • Goldsmiths, University of London
    • Heythrop College
    • Institute of Cancer Research
    • Institute of Education
    • Kings College London
    • Institute of Psychiatry (IOP)
    • London Business School
    • London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)
    • London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
    • Queen Mary, University of London
    • Royal Academy of Music
    • Royal Holloway, University of London, Egham
    • Royal Veterinary College
    • St Georges, University of London
    • School of Advanced Study
    • Institute for the Study of the Americas
    • Institute of Advanced Legal Studies
    • Institute of Classical Studies
    • Institute of Commonwealth Studies
    • Institute of English Studies
    • Institute of Germanic & Romance Studies
    • Institute of Historical Research
    • Institute of Musical Research
    • Institute of Philosophy
    • Warburg Institute
    • School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS)
    • School of Pharmacy, University of London
    • University College London (UCL)
    • Eastman Dental Institute
    • Institute of Archaeology
    • Institute of Child Health
    • Institute of Neurology
    • School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES)
    • University Marine Biological Station, Millport (shared with the University of Glasgow)
    • London Metropolitan University
    • London South Bank University
    • Loughborough University
    • University of Manchester
    • Manchester Business School
    • Manchester Metropolitan University
    • Middlesex University, London
    • Newcastle University
    • University of Northampton
    • Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne
    • University of Nottingham
    • Nottingham Trent University
    • The Open University, Milton Keynes (an open-access distance learning university)
    • The OU also offers courses on nursing in alliance with the Royal College of Nursing Institute
    • University of Oxford
    • Oxford Brookes University
    • Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry, Plymouth and Exeter
    • University of Plymouth
    • University of Portsmouth
    • Queens University Belfast
    • St Marys University College
    • Stranmillis University College
    • Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh
    • University of Reading
    • Henley Business School
    • The Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen
    • Roehampton University, London
    • Royal College of Art, London
    • University of St Andrews
    • University of Salford
    • University of Sheffield
    • Sheffield Hallam University
    • University of Southampton
    • Southampton Solent University
    • Staffordshire University, Stoke-on-Trent, Stafford and Lichfield
    • University of Stirling, Bridge of Allan
    • University of Strathclyde, Glasgow
    • University of Sunderland
    • University of Surrey, Guildford
    • University of Sussex, Falmer and Brighton
    • Swansea Metropolitan University
    • Swansea University
    • Teesside University, Middlesbrough and Darlington
    • University of Ulster, Coleraine, Jordanstown, Magee and Belfast
    • University of Wales
    • University of Wales, Newport
    • University of Wales, Trinity Saint David
    • University of Warwick, Coventry
    • University of West London, Ealing and Brentford
    • London College of Music
    • University of Westminster, London
    • University of the West of England, Bristol
    • University of the West of Scotland, Paisley, Hamilton, Ayr & Dumfries
    • University of Winchester
    • University of Wolverhampton
    • University of Worcester
    • Worcester Business School
    • University of York
    • York St John University

The following universities also offer semesters of study at their own faculty buildings in UK:
• Boston University
• University of Chicago Booth School of Business
• University of Delaware
• University of Notre Dame
• University of Crown at Port Din.
• Pepperdine University
• Syracuse University
• New York University
• Queens University
As well the Memorial University of Newfoundland has a campus in Harlow, Essex, England.


Not sure which college to choose? Contact us


Visa Requirements for Students in United Kingdom

Visa requirements for students that want to study in United Kingdom are different for students depending on their citizenship.

Nigeria passport holders are required to have a visa to enter the United Kingdom for educational purposes, therefore, students need to visit the embassy and apply for a visa before travelling to the United Kingdom. Once a student secures the confirmation of acceptance to study (CAS) from the university they are ready to apply for a visa at the local embassy.

The student is expected to provide the following documents at the embassy

  • A valid passport
  • The Confirmation of Acceptance to Study (CAS) from the university
  • 4 biometric photos
  • Health surcharge reference number
  • Unconditional acceptance letter from the university
  • Guarantee letter from sponsor as proof financial cover for the applicant
  • Copies of all your education certificates
  • Proof of English language proficiency
  • Tuberculosis test results*
  • Academic Technology approval scheme (ATAS) clearance certificate*
  • Police clearance
  • Proof of Funds


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