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Welcome to SI-UK’s official blog Whether you are already studying in the UK, or wanting to do so in the future… This blog is for you! Aim of the blog? This blog was created to give you an overview of UK universities and keep you updated on what’s going on in the UK higher education…

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Four reasons to study an MBA in the UK

  In 2014, over 600,000 people sat the GMAT exam, and the popularity of the MBA shows no sign of abating. It is one of the most popular courses in the world, and continues to evolve according to the need of an ever changing business landscape. As recently as ten years ago, most MBA graduates…

Top Five Medical Schools in the UK

  If you wish to study medicine in the UK, you will need to pass tough exams, meet strict entry requirements and show you are passionate about health care. Before that though, students need to pick a medical school to apply to. See: Learn more about medicine. Medicine graduates can pursue over 50 different professions…

How to improve your IELTS vocabulary score

  Having a firm grasp of English vocabulary is one of the key elements needed to succeed on the IELTS exam. Vocabulary makes up 25% of your score in the writing and speaking parts of the IELTS exam, while also playing an important part of the listening and talking elements. In the build up to…

Top graduate IT jobs for 2017

  A study recently carried out by Careercast looked at the best jobs of 2016, and IT professionals dominated the findings. The study looked at emotional factors consisting of competitiveness, degree of hazard faced, degree of public contact, and degree of peril faced by others working alongside, while physical factors focused on physical demands, work…

Degrees in the UK with the best job prospects

  There are over 37,000 courses to choose from in the UK, and some more than others offer excellent employment prospects once you have graduated. Medicine & Dentistry With 99.4% employment rate, medicine and dentistry programmes are the most employable in the UK, with almost 30,000 vacancies for doctors and nurses currently available. Education Do…

Best Universities for Student Architects in the UK

  Architecture is a complex profession, with a wide variety of specializations available for skilled graduates to move into. To become an Architect, students must complete a combination of five years study and two years practical work experience before completing final exams. Students will become members of the RIBA, the Royal Institute of British Architects,…

Best UK Universities for Photography

  Professional photographers have the ability capture moments in such a way that elicit certain emotions. Steve McCurry’s best-known image ‘Afghan Girl’, which made the cover of the National Geographic, is a great example of a photo which, despite its simplicity, means different things to different people. There are a variety of specialisations in photography,…

How to write a personal statement

  A personal statement is an important part of your university application. Because many UK university applicants have similar grades and experience, it is a way for you to stand out from the crowd and show the university why they should offer you a place. What should I write in my personal statement? Before beginning,…