Why Study in England?
The education system in England
The studies are divided into two levels, undergraduate (bachelor degree) and post graduate (master's degrees and doctoral degrees).
A bachelor's degree usually takes three years. An Honours Degree is a Bachelor's degree in a particular high academic level, which usually also takes more time. A master's degree usually takes one year and is offered in two variants; Taught Masters (based on teaching and a final task) and Research Masters (almost entirely self-study guide). Some schools also offer various post graduate diplomas / certificates as an alternative to the ordinary master. You can also do sub-studies of six months to one year as part of a your degree.
The schools have rolling admissions, which in principle means that there will be no application deadlines.
Finance your studies in England
Please look at our local KILROY pages for more information regarding public support.
Scholarships in England
You can search for college scholarships or private scholarships. Our study advisors can provide you with information about other funding options.
Work alongside your studies
As an EEA citizen you do not need a work permit to work in England or the rest of the UK. Note however that you will need a National Insurance Number that you can get at the local Social Security office.
Visa to study in England
You do not need a student visa to study in England or the rest of the UK. We encourage all students to contact your own country´s Embassy in London and report that you are studying in the country.