Want to study in UK

Do you want to study at a UK university or boarding school?

You can find thousands of UK scholarships and courses on the Education UK website.

You will also find essential advice about studying in the UK - from choosing a course and planning your travel, to making friends and getting used to the UK's weather!

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Why choose a UK education?

With such a strong reputation for research and education, UK universities and colleges attract some of the world’s leading academics and industry professionals. Four of the top six universities in the world are in the UK.

On a UK course, you'll gain skills and qualifications to help you succeed in any career you choose.

The UK is a welcoming place for students of all countries and faiths and will offer you opportunities to experience unique culture, cities and countryside.

Find out more reasons to choose a UK education.

Your study options in the UK

You can look up thousands of UK courses using the search tools on the Education UK website. 

These range from boarding schools for younger pupils at secondary school to undergraduate ( bachelor’s degrees, HNDs, etc.) and postgraduate qualifications at university level, (master’s degrees, MBAs, PhDs, doctorates, etc.).

Find out about course types, qualifications and the different education systems for England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales in your study options.

Practical advice before you go

We have gathered practical advice for international students on planning a UK education. Information such as visas, scholarships, money, accommodation, health, safety and travelling to and around the UK.

Read the Education UK website for practical advice before you go.

Living and studying in the UK

If you are starting your life as an international student, find out about living and studying in the UK.

You can watch films and read blogs written by international students to make sure you experience the best of UK culture. Get key facts on weather, food and drink, language, accents and an introduction to UK etiquette and manners.