The British Education has a worldwide reputation for excellence. It is all about giving you inspiration to develop your knowledge and skills, freedom to be creative, and support to help you achieve your best.
UK schools, colleges, universities and English language centres offer you the chance to follow your passion for learning and gain qualifications that are respected by employers and academics worldwide. It has been recognised one of the most outstanding education systems in the world and has built up excellent reputations based on strong traditions and very high standards which prove very attractive to students and their parents.
The British education system differs from that of other countries in that it is disciplined and traditional in terms of academic achievement, but also through offering breadth of extra-curricular opportunities, nurturing independence, developing leadership skills as well as cultural and social awareness. Students will be able to thrive and reach their full potential to develop into successful, independent and ambitious individuals.
The most recent statistics show that the UK attracts more new higher education students than any other country in the world. With such a strong reputation for research and education, UK universities and colleges attract some of the world’s leading academics and industry professionals. You will be encouraged to express your own ideas and think for yourself.
Britain’s boarding schools also offer excellent teaching standards, facilities and support. At UK independent schools (most boarding schools are independent), there are on average just 9.4 pupils to every one teacher, so teachers have more time to give you individual support. This is reflected in the results: 91% of students from UK independent schools go on to higher education (Independent Schools Council Census 2012).
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has rated the British independent school system as providing the best results of any type of school in the world.
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