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STUDY IN UK

A high degree of sophistication, a matchless charm, and above all, educational quality that's backed by centuries of tradition, the United Kingdom is just the right place to give your career that global edge.

In addition to the hallowed Oxford and Cambridge, UK has a large number of other universities which rank among the best in the world and offer a wide range of courses.

One major advantage of U.K. education is its one-year Masters Degree for almost all courses, saving you considerable time and money. Also, unlike those in other countries, most UK universities recognize the Indian education system of 3 year graduation.

COURSES IN UK
Details about various Qualifications offered by UK Colleges and Universities :
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    First Degree Courses in Arts and Sciences
     (Bachelor's degree) are normally of three or four years' duration and are largely taught courses, sometimes including the preparation of a short written thesis. 
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    Sandwich Courses
     are where the coursework is accompanied by practical work. A student could either complete 2 years of college, then a year of commercial training before returning for a final year in college. Or, he/she could do a 4-year course with 3-6 months' training interspersed each year. The main advantage is that the student gets real experience while in the learning mode. Most universities offer this type of education. 
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    Higher National Diploma (HND)
     is awarded by Vocational and Technical Educational Councils. They offer a 2-year course in a vocational subject like scientific and technical business subjects. Great emphasis is placed on work experience. It is often seen as the first step towards a degree course as the credits can be transferred.
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    Vocational Courses
     offer an opportunity to enter the university system slowly. Business and Technology Education Council (BTEC), General Vocational Qualifications (GNVQ), General Scottish Vocational Qualifications (GSVQ) offer recognized courses in a range of disciplines. Most students opt to take 1-2 years of, for example, BTEC courses before being transferred to a degree program. BTEC national certificates/diplomas are usually accepted as an alternative to A-Levels. 
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    Postgraduate
     study leads to postgraduate certificates and diplomas, Master's degrees (including the MBA) and doctorates (e.g. PhD or D.Phil.). All are advanced academic programmes for students who already have a good first degree. They are offered by universities, and by some HE colleges and institutes. These courses are normally of one or sometimes two years. Completion of a doctorate normally takes a minimum of three years. Many post-experience courses are also available, either leading to a qualification or providing a refresher course for graduates wishing to update or extend their knowledge.

INSTITUTES IN UK