learn English in all levels
(beginner to advanced)
study A-level and GCSE
Study at a university in the UK
England, Scotland, Wales and the Northern Ireland
What is GCSE?
This is for students aged 14-16. GCSE is a one-year programme. By the end of the year there will be some exams after which the students will be awarded GCSE qualification. This qualification is recognised worldwide. Tuition fee varies depending on which college you choose. It can be between £18000 per year and £28000 Albemarle: £23000 LSI: £18000 Ashbourne college: £27750 Application fee: £500 Visa service: £500 (this excludes visa application fee) Deposit: £1000 Better Education UK works with many colleges in the UK and if you have a college in mind, we can help you to make your dreams come true.
What is A-level?
This course is for students aged 16-18 or above. In some countries this course is equivalent to ‘pre-university’ course. Students are advised to take 3 subjects. Universities in the UK always ask for 3 A level grades in order to issues admission. A level can be done in two years or one year intensively. Tuition fee varies depending on which college you choose. It can be between £18000 per year and £28000 Albemarle: one year £25500 two years £23000 per year Kingston Park: £25000 Ashbourne: £27750 Application fee: £700 Visa service: £500 (this excludes visa application fee) Deposit: £1000 Better Education UK works with so many colleges in the UK and if you have a college in mind, we can help you to make your dreams come true.
Why England is the best choice?
English language is the most important language and England is the home of this language. Leaning English language obviously promotes the job opportunities imminently. Having A –levels helps you to study at any university in the UK. The higher grades you get in the chosen subjects, the better universities you can enter. It is better to do your GCSE in the UK to get familiar with UK educational system. Studying A-levels is significantly important for those who want to enter a prestigious university. Therefore, the students study very hard to get the highest grades. Of course, you can still study A-levels if you haven’t done your GCSE in the UK. However we recommend getting involved with the UK educational system paves the paths ahead. English language is required for both GCSE and A-levels. You should get minimum IELTS band score 5.0 to be able to study in the above course. Better Education UK also can get admission from prestigious language schools in London and other cities in the UK so you can prepare for IELTS test. UK universities are among the top universities in the world and graduating from these universities opens doors to a brighter future and better career.
Living cost in total is approximately between £400 to £800 including housing, bills, food and transportation. Living cost in smaller cities is lower than bigger cities like London. However, studying in London has lots of benefits. The first and most important one is that it is more likely to have higher chance to find a job during and/or after your studies. The whole UK is very multinational with having London a few steps ahead of other places. Living in London means living in different countries at the same time, even yours. There are lots of different communities and culture and every day you learn a new one.
Right to work
Only some nationalities are allowed to work 10 hours per week only when they study A-levels. Most University students are allowed to work 20 hours per week. Minimum wage is £8.21 per hour (2019).