UK has finally bid farewell to the EU membership, and the move has urged university leaders in Europe and UK to sign a joint statement hoping to maintain UK-EU research ties post Brexit. The education groups and universities believe, remaining associated with European research projects is of “clear mutual benefit”.
Top UK universities like Oxford and Cambridge might do wonders for you academically, but a new study shows these big names rank among some of the worst when it comes to offering students a taste of social diversity and that you really already have to come from a privileged background in case you want to study in these top institutions.
World renowned higher education analysts QS (Quacquarelli Symonds) have released their latest ranking of the world’s best cities for university students, with London perched firmly at the top.
If you are planning to pursue higher education in the UK but still haven’t figured out a way to fund the studies, the Commonwealth Shared Scholarships 2018 might well be your redemption.