It’s no surprise that England is the most popular destination for Thai students to study abroad, let’s look at some of the reasons why…
1. High quality education
British universities have a reputation for quality education, research, innovation and creativity. This is validated with many British universities maintaining a ranking position among the world’s top 100 universities in the QS World University Rankings and Times Higher Education World University Rankings. Besides the top Universities there remains a high standard of education across British Universities with the institutions building on long-standing history of innovation and quality.
2. Shorter study period
A degree in the UK is shorter in duration when compared to the United States and Australia. A bachelor’s degree takes 3 years to complete and a master’s degree takes just 1 year, allowing students to complete a degree faster, saving time, tuition and other expenses.
3. Various courses
British Universities have a wide variety of degree programs to choose from with flexibility to combine majors and integrate work placements. The variety of programs provides students the option to carefully select a degree course which is most appealing to their interest area.
4. Part-time work while studying
The UK allows international students at University to work for a maximum of 20 per week during the semester and up to 40 hours per week during school holidays. This allows students to earn an extra income while gaining valuable experience integrating with the local life.
English is the third most spoken language in the world and there’s no better place to practice than in a native country. Make the most of your time there!
A multicultural country which truly welcomes expats from every corner of the world. This is amplified on the campus which drives a socially and culturally diverse environment to explore. In the classroom you’ll learn how to listen to and develop ideas, share perspectives and drive creativity with students from many different countries.
7. Easy access to Europe
The UK has good transportation access, both domestically and internationally, meaning travel to major European countries such as France, Netherlands and Belgium during school holidays or even weekends are both convenient and affordable.
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