We are proud to work in cooperation with a prestigious British university, The University of Buckingham that is rated top for graduate employability and has been leading the British National Student Survey in student satisfaction. Here you can discover the advantages to choosing a British university and find reasons to study for a British degree.
British universities are widely recognized for their research and teaching excellence.
An independent body, the Quality Assurance Agency is responsible for maintaining the high standards of British university education. A British degree guarantees you a good quality education.
1,000 years of extraordinary academic innovation - currently the UK ranks third in the world for innovation.
Three of the ten top universities in the world are in the UK, including the university ranked first in the world.
British degrees are important to employers because they have a strong emphasis on gaining practical experience in the relevant field and they equip you with all the skills and knowledge necessary for a successful international business career.
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The student-centred approach to learning in British education means that you will develop the independence, self-discipline and analytical skills sought after by employers.
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English is the language of global business so studying a British degree enables you to improve your English language skills.
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Class sizes are generally small enough to ensure that students have access to equipment and enough time to talk to their lecturers.
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British programmes are shorter, saving you time and money. Our Bachelor’s programmes are 3-year full-time courses and our Master's programmes take 1 year.
38 per cent of Nobel prize winners who studied abroad did so for a British degree.