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Why UK?
UK has been considered as one of the most beautiful places to pursue higher education. There are lots of benefits one can get by studying in the UK:
  • World-Class Universities
  • Internationally recognized qualifications
  • International Exposure
  • Courses are often of shorter duration
  • A choice of more than one hundred universities and thousands of colleges
  • Reasonable fee structure (fee start from £2000 per year i.e. Rs.1, 80,000)
 
United Kingdom General Information
The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland consists of England, Scotland Wales and Northern Ireland. Although they are from ‘one administrative unit (with regional exceptions), they have had separate cultures, languages and political histories. Within this section there are also the channel Islands (excluding Guernsey and jersey which have their own separate entries) and the isle of men which, although only dependencies of the British crown are included for convenience of reference. The United Kingdom section consists of a general introduction, (covering the aspects which the four countries have in common) section devoted to the four constituent countries, and sections dealing with the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man.
 
Area: 242,910 sq km (93,788 sq miles)
 
Capital: London
 
Geography:
The British landscape can be divided roughly in to two kinds of terrain-highland and lowland. The highland area comprises the mountains regions of Scotland, Northern Ireland, Northern England and North Wales. The English Lake District in the northwest contains lakes and fells. The lowland area is broken up by sandstone and limestone hills, long valleys and basins such as the wash on the east coast.In the southeast, the north and South Downs culminate in the white cliffs of Dover. The coastline includes spectacular cliffs and wild sandy beaches on the east coast and, further south, beaches of rock, shale and sand sometimes backed by dune, and large areas of fenland in East Anglia.
 
Note:
More detailed geographical descriptions of the various countries may be found under the respective entries.
 
Government:
Constitutional monarch. Head of state: HM Queen Elizabeth II since 1953. Head of Government. Prime Minister Tony Blair since 1997.
 
Language:
English. Some Welsh is spoken in parts of Wales, Gaelic in parts of Scotland and Northern Ireland, and French and Norman French in the channel Island. The many ethnic minorities within the UK also speak their own languages (e.g. Hindi, Turkish, Greek, Cantonese, Mandarin etc.)
 
Religion:
PredominantlyProtestant (church of England), but many other Christian denominations also: Roman, Catholic, Church of Scotland, Baptist, Methodist and other free Churches. There are sizeable Jewish, Muslim and Hindu minorities.
 
Programs Offered
  • Bio-Technology
  • Architect
  • Software Engineering
  • Accountancy
  • Electronics Engineering
  • Software Designs and Networks
  • Information System
  • International Marketing
    and many more
 
After Graduation
  • MBA
  • Information System
  • Master in Education
  • Engineering (Automotive, Aerospace, Mechanical, Software, Electronic etc.)
  • Bio-Technology
  • Public Health
  • Pharmacy
    and many more
 
How ‘ZEST’ can help you?
  • We train you to get maximum bands in IELTS
  • We help you to select best course and university, which can brighten your future
  • We help you to get education loan and scholarships
  • We make your application to University
  • We prepare and submit your file for visa
  • Special notes in case of Visa Interview
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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