The university rankings presented above are likely to change every year and involve several factors. However, to give you an overview about the ranking of the institutions in the UK, we have laid out a ranking comparison table for the last two years. The ranking data was conceived from “The Guardian UK” website and this information is to only provide knowledge and guidance in making an informed decision.
Types of Degree Courses
We support and assist our prospective customers in their admission to the following courses, a brief description of these are given below:
These courses focus on particular job or profession and are ideal if you are unsure about taking up a full degree course or if you want to study while you work. Within a shorter span of time these enable you gain professional and technical skills to enhance your chosen career. These usually take up to two years full time or longer if taken as a part-time course.
This degree course is usually taken after successfully finishing the school/college studies, as most of the students take up undergraduate courses as part of university education. They are a combination of compulsory and optional modules and take up to 4 years to complete. The duration of this degree course varies and prolongs if scheduled as a part-time.
A Pre-Masters is for international students who need to improve their English or develop research, academic writing and seminar skills ahead of a taught master’s degree. Pre-Masters programmes in the UK are designed to prepare students fully for studying at postgraduate level. Courses range in length from ten weeks to twelve months and provide an essential grounding for successful postgraduate study.
Master’s degree can be a viable option for those who want to further their knowledge of a particular subject, explore other areas of interest after having completed an undergraduate degree, or improve their career prospects. The nature of master’s degree programs mean prospective students must be prepared for an intensive learning experience that incorporates their undergraduate studies and/or their experience gained from employment. Their duration varies from one to two years.
This degree aims purely at research and hence the essential requirement of a PhD is the creation of new knowledge. Being a researcher means developing new ideas and improving understanding through this creation of new knowledge. Your research will inevitably build on the work and ideas of others, but as a research student you are expected to make an original contribution to knowledge in your discipline. The completion time ranges between 3 to 4 years.