Monthly archives: December 2014

Why study in the UK?

Higher education in the UK (England, Scotland and Wales) is the first choice for many candidates all over the world. The undergraduate studies last for nine months each year from late September to early June. British Institutions maintain a strong tradition for academic excellence and provide first class training for further professional practice in many […]

In this section of our web site, candidate students may be informed about some of the most common english language certificates. IELTS is usually the best option if you want to study in the UK. In the IELTS exam your score should be between 5.5 and 7 out of 9 to have increased chances of being accepted by a British University. If you have another English degree (e.g. Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English or Michigan Proficieny), this can be used as an extra qualification, but you will not avoid the IELTS or TOEFL exams. So if you plan to study abroad (especially in Britain), it is safer (and cheaper) to prepare for the IELTS or TOEFL exams on time.

For more than 70 years the British Council has created strong cultural ties with other countries, exchanging knowledge and ideas and providing educational opportunities. The Council’s programs cover more than 112 million people a year in England and 110 other countries. The Council is the principal body for Britain’s international cultural relations. It offers people worldwide with learning opportunities and creative ideas from the UK.