Education in UK

In the United Kingdom are the most famous universities in the world, including Cambridge University and University of Oxford. Educational institutions across the country have a well-deserved reputation for high standards and quality of teaching.


This course is ideal if you:
  • are aged 21 or over
  • have a Junior College Diploma or Higher National Diploma but do not have a first degree
  • have not studied business before but want to go on to an MBA
  • are keen to get a headstart by becoming familiar with UK culture and teaching practices

Master in England - a very intensive course to deepen knowledge and skills in their chosen specialty. Masters in England are recognized as one of the best in the world. Higher education in the UK is known for its quality of teaching and research. Many British universities are different modern scientific infrastructure, giving them the opportunity to conduct research at the highest level, and students - acquire knowledge of the most experienced and well-known in the world of teachers and scholars.

In British universities teach students to think creatively and independently in motivating educational environment. Employers throughout the world recognize the quality of higher education in England.

Admission to the master's degree in England:

Admission Requirements Masters in the UK can vary depending on the university. Of course, the higher institution in the world rankings, the usually more difficult to enter the master's program. But two basic requirements can be identified, which makes almost every school:

Higher education received in a prestigious university;

A high level of proficiency in English.

If your first degree was not in English, it is necessary to take the TOEFL or IELTS exams. Required points again vary depending on the university, but usually are in the range from 6.5 to 7.5 for IELTS and 525-625 for TOEFL.

I should add that in almost every English university, as well as specialized international colleges in England have so-called Pre-Masters program, which allows a short time to prepare for the Masters.

List of the most modern universities in the UK

  1. University of Oxford
  2. University of Cambridge
  3. Imperial College , London
  4. London School of Economics
  5. University of Warwick
  6. University College, London
  7. University of York
  8. University of Durham
  9. University of St Andrews
  10. Loughborough University
  11. University of Bath
  12. University of Bristol
  13. University of Edinburgh
  14. University of Nottingham
  15. Royal Holloway, London
  16. King's College, London
  17. University of Manchester
  18. University of Newcastle
  19. University of London ( School of Oriental and african Studies)
  20. University of Birmingham
  21. Cardiff University
  22. Aston University
  23. University of Glasgow
  24. Lancaster University
  25. University of Southampton
  26. University of Sheffield
  27. University of Essex
  28. University of Dundee
  29. University of Leicester
  30. University of Reading
  31. Keele University
  32. University of Exeter
  33. Queen's University, Belfast
  34. University of Leeds
  35. University of Aberdeen
  36. University of East Anglia
  37. University of Strathclyde
  38. University of Stirling
  39. University of Sussex
  40. University of Surrey
  41. University of Liverpool
  42. Queen Mary’s College, London
  43. Brunel University
  44. University of Kent
  45. UWIC, Cardiff
  46. Heriot-Watt University
  47. University of Bradford
  48. Northumbria University
  49. University of Wales , Aberystwyth
  50. University of Swansea
  51. Oxford Brookes University
  52. University of Hull
  53. Plymouth University
  54. University of Ulster
  55. City University
  56. University of Bangor
  57. Nottingham Trent University
  58. Robert Gordon University
  59. Goldsmiths College, London
  60. University of Hertfordshire
  61. University of Wales , Lampeter
  62. University of Glamorgan
  63. University of Brighton
  64. University of Roehampton
  65. Kingston University
  66. University of Abertay, Dundee
  67. University of the West of England
  68. Sheffield Hallam University
  69. University of Salford
  70. University of Lincoln
  71. University of Portsmouth
  72. University of the Arts
  73. Manchester Metropolitan University
  74. University of Luton
  75. Leeds Metropolitan University
  76. Glasgow Caledonian University
  77. University of Westminster
  78. University of Sunderland
  79. University of Central Lancashire
  80. University of Huddersfield
  81. De Montfort University
  82. Coventry University
  83. Bournemouth University
  84. Middlesex University
  85. Liverpool John Moores University
  86. Staffordshire University
  87. University of Central England
  88. University of Paisley
  89. University of Wolverhampton
  90. University of Gloucestershire
  91. Napier University
  92. UWCN, Newport
  93. Anglia Polytecnic University
  94. University of Greenwich
  95. University of Derby
  96. University of Teesside
  97. London South Bank University
  98. University of East London
  99. Thames Valley University

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