Located in the south-west of the United Kingdom, Wales possesses all the elements that are likely to captivate any visitor: More than 600 ancient thousands of-year-old castles and six UNESCO World Heritage Sites, a 2,700 km coastline with a peaceful slow pace of life.
1.Don’t confuse Wales and England One thing you need red bricks is don’t confuse Welsh english people. In fact, The UK is fully named The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. The UK consists of four countries: England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
2. Studying and traveling
Wales is the king’s resort, so wherever you choose to study, you’ll find ancient castles, cool tarpaulin forests or fresh beaches in just 30 minutes. Possessing green forests and long coastlines, Wales places great importance on nature conservation. The university has special experience in the fields of Environmental Sciences such as Environmental Engineering, Earth Sciences, Animal Behavior, Sustainable Development
3. The happiest student place in the UK
Universities in Wales offer quality sy lessons and innovation methods, with locations stretching from city to coast. According to the National Students Survey 2019 and What Uni Student Choice Awards, Wales has the highest happiness student index in the UK.
In addition, universities in Wales have a long-standing network of connections with the world’s leading companies, such as NASA, Rolls Royce, Hewlet-Packard Information Technology Corporation (HP). As a result, 91% of pupils in Wales found work in just six months after graduation.
4. Chestnut costs with international student remuneration
Wales has the lowest cost of living in the UK. Compared to London, the cost of living is 30-40% lower. In addition, the quality of education in Wales is international but tuition fees are softer, scholarship opportunities for international students are many.
Universities ensure that international students have the best learning and living experience by supporting packages such as pre-departure guides for students in their home countries, free airport transfers, English language assistance, learning opportunities and exploring the country.
II. UNIVERSITIES IN WALES
In 2017/2018 more than 21,000 international students chose to study in Wales- About 60% studied at university level and 40% were studying master’s degree. As part of the UK education system, the quality of education in Wales is not inferior to any of its lands.
It combines a long academic tradition, beautiful location and advanced facilities. It is rated gold by the Teaching Excellence Framewwork (TEF). According to the 2019 National Student Survey Aberystwyth is the leading university in the UK and Wales in terms of student satisfaction. Tuition fees range from GBP 13,600-16,000 (range 395-464 million VND) for international students. Scholarships worth about 2000 GBP 58 million) and the percentage of students with jobs after leaving school up to 97% make the university receive a lot of attention. The university is well known for its majors: Business – Economics, Computer Science …
2. Bangor University Is a university dubbed: “The best-positioned university in the UK”. The school has a unique, impressive architecture that is the scene of the films : Games of Thrones”, “Harry Potter”. The university has always invested in building facilities, building historical museums, even buying ocean submarines
3. Cardiff Metropolitan University.
Known for being the UK’s leading modern name. As one of the few schools with an intensive career curriculum for students with two key objectives: improving job adaptability and career leave.
The university has a network of 5,000 businesses worldwide to ensure the curriculum stays on top of current career needs.
4. Cardiff University Is a Russel Group school with research strengths. It is located in the bustling and beautiful city centre of Cardiff, and was voted one of the 10 most beautiful universities in the UK (2018). It is renowned for its leading architecture curriculum in the UK, which focuses on providing the knowledge and skills necessary to become an architect.
5. Wrexham Glyndwr University
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6. Swansea University
Swansea University was crowned University in 1920, the fourth branch university of the University of Wales and in 1948 became the first university in the United Kingdom. In 1996, Swansea University changed its name to The University of Wales Swansea after structural changes at the University of Wales. Swansea University’s name was officially adopted on 1 September 2007 when the University of Wales was privateized. It is the third largest university in Wales in terms of student numbers.
Swansea University is also rated Gold for teaching quality in the UK by TEF for its personalized teaching methods. International students are favored by the university to constantly open short or long-term courses in speaking or writing English extremely valuable when the the dissise season
7. University of South Wales
As one of the top ten universities in the UK in terms of number of students, the University of South Wales attracts students from 122 countries. With more than 33,000 students on its five campuses, the University of South Wales is ranked first in student support according to Times Higher Education 2012. Founded on the basis of mergers between glamorgan university and University of Wales, Newport, University of South Wales is one of the uk’s largest universities, giving students more opportunities and bright prospects. Students will benefit from the university’s rising reputation as a major university in corporate relations and recruitment prospects for students
8. University of Wales Trinity Saint David
The University of Wales Trinity Saint David is a public university founded by a merger between the University of Wales Lampeter, Trinity University College Carmarthen and Swansea Metropolitan University. UWTSD currently has more than 25,000 students from most countries and territories with 17 campuses spread across Europe and around the world. It has the oldest history in Wales and in the UK only after Cambridge and Oxford.
UWTSD is quality sponsored by the British Royal Family and is a longstanding public school that has consistently ranked in the TOP ranks.
III.PREPARING TO STUDY IN WALES
To get into Welsh universities you should learn carefully about universities. Each university will have different degree requirements, more specifically UKVI IELTS scores and also different student orientations..
You need to prepare a list of things that are already and necessary to apply, in addition you need to carefully prepare an article that thoroughly introduces yourself so that after reading a series of records, people still remember you and recognize who you are.
After receiving an offer from the school. The next and most important step is to apply for a visa.
The United Kingdom (UK) Government Home Office is the official unit managing visas and immigration to Wales. Therefore, the procedures for applying for a visa to Wales are similar to when you apply for a visa to England. First of all, you need to learn about the course information, the length of the course and your age, thereby determining the type of visa to apply urgently.
There are two types of Visas when you study abroad:
+ Tier 4 (General) student visa: Granted to international students aged 16 and over, received a full-time study program longer than 6 months
+Tier 4 (Child) Student visa: Granted to international students under the age of 17 and wishing to study at a private school in the UK, receiving an invitation letter lasting more than 6 months.