The UK has one of the best universities in the world. International Students have always been important to the UK, and their numbers steadily increase yearly. After the USA, The UK is the second most popular destination for international students.

Students who move to the UK can experience different cultures and make friends with people worldwide. The UK is known for its multicultural society, with almost every religion and belief represented there. With its mix of races, ethnicities, and religions, the UK is open to new traditions and cultures, which is excellent for students from other countries.

People in the UK rated their overall satisfaction with life at 6.8 out of 10 (higher than the OECD average). The UK also scores above average for jobs, education and skills, and social connections, which can be important for international students.

UK international students are generally allowed to work up to 20 hours a week during school hours and even full-time outside school hours. Remember that finding a job can be challenging. Therefore, relying entirely on earned income for education funding is not a good idea. Unless you have made employment arrangements through the school before arrival, you should plan to finance her first year without income from work.

Students can apply for the Post study work visa after they complete their course under the graduate route scheme once their university has sent them their final course results.

The Graduate Visa is a post-study work visa aimed at foreign students looking to stay on to work in the UK or to look for work, having completed a course of study at a UK bachelor's degree level or above with a Home Office-approved higher education provider.