GROUP 4- CLASS 11E2 
Bich Phuong –Do Nham – Minh Thu – Ha Nga 
Thu Ha – Huyen Trang – Duong Thao
INTRODUCTION 
ADVANTAGES 
DISADVANTAGES 
REVISION 
Q & A
I. INTRODUCTION 
 British education institutions have a long 
history of welcoming international students. 
 The UK is t...
I. INTRODUCTION 
 Over 140 universities and 
higher education institutions, 
 Offering a great range of tertiary 
qualif...
II. ADVANTAGES OF STUDYING IN THE UK 
•1. Professional study environment 
•2. Improving English skills 
•3. Job opportunit...
II. ADVANTAGES OF STUDYING IN THE UK 
1. Professional study environment 
 The UK is a global leader in international educ...
II. ADVANTAGES OF STUDYING IN THE UK 
1. Professional study environment 
 The UK is a global leader in international educ...
II. ADVANTAGES OF STUDYING IN THE UK 
1. Professional study environment 
 Modern Facilities and equipment 
• Schools in t...
II. ADVANTAGES OF STUDYING IN THE UK 
1. Professional study environment 
Classroom 
Computer facilities 
Laboratory 
Sport...
II. ADVANTAGES OF STUDYING IN THE UK 
2. Improving English skills 
 Studying English in the birthplace of 
the English la...
II. ADVANTAGES OF STUDYING IN THE UK 
Part-time 
job 
Job after 
graduation 
Job 
opportunities 
3. Job opportunities
II. ADVANTAGES OF STUDYING IN THE UK 
Part-time 
job 
3. Job opportunities 
 A student working part-time has the same rig...
II. ADVANTAGES OF STUDYING IN THE UK 
Types of student jobs 
3. Job opportunities 
Seasonal Jobs 
Hospitality 
Retail 
Del...
II. ADVANTAGES OF STUDYING IN THE UK 
Work on Campus 
3. Job opportunities 
Research 
assistance 
Librarian
II. ADVANTAGES OF STUDYING IN THE UK 
3. Job opportunities 
The National Association of Student Employment Services 
=>>>>...
II. ADVANTAGES OF STUDYING IN THE UK 
Job after 
graduation 
3. Job opportunities 
 World Class Qualification 
UK qualifi...
II. ADVANTAGES OF STUDYING IN THE UK 
4. Travelling and broadening your horizon 
1. Distinctive 
history, 
2. Landscape 
3...
II. ADVANTAGES OF STUDYING IN THE UK 
Beautiful places 
Tower Bridge Stonehenge Countryside 
Backingham Palace 
Big Ben 
I...
II. ADVANTAGES OF STUDYING IN THE UK 
Travelling 
The UK 
transport 
network 
Double 
decker bus 
Coach 
Cycle 
Train/ 
su...
II. ADVANTAGES OF STUDYING IN THE UK 
Widening Horizon 
 UK life is an incredible mix of international cultures and 
cont...
• 1. Difficulties in daily life 
• 2. Difficulties in finance 
• 3. Culture shock 
III. 
DISADVANTAGES
III. DISADVANTAGES 
1. Difficulties in the Daily life 
Stay alone 
Be homesick
III. DISADVANTAGES 
2. Difficulties in Finance 
 The UK is the fourth most expensive country for 
English university stud...
Most Expensive Study Destinations for a Three Year Degree 
[Costs 2012-13] 
1. - Australia £19,986.31 
2. - USA £19,609.97...
III. DISADVANTAGES 
Studying 
cost 
Living cost 
High 
cost 
 Course costs (books, stationery, 
equipments, course materi...
III. DISADVANTAGES 
Accommadation 
(£100) 
Living costs 
(Per week) 
Bills 
(£21) 
Clothing 
(£12 ) 
Travel 
( £15- £18) 
...
III. DISADVANTAGES 
3. Culture shock 
• The regional accents 
• Missing familiar language 
Language 
• British food strang...
III. DISADVANTAGES 
3. Culture shock 
Climate 
Greyness and dampness 
Get used to heavy winter clothing
Food • British food strange: taste 
different, be cooked different, 

• The regional accents 
• Missing familiar language 
+ =
Rules of 
behavior 
• Every culture has unspoken 
rules which affect the way 
people treat each other 
Bussiness and 
Acad...
Suspend judment until you understand completly 
See what people do or say 
Understand the new culture fully
IV. SOME ADVICES FOR OVERSEA STUDENT 
Choose a 
right 
university 
Apply to a 
British 
University 
Manage 
money 
Choose ...
IV. SOME ADVICES FOR OVERSEA STUDENT 
Choose a 
right university 
 Focus on your studies (Ecomomics, Biology, Technology,...
IV. SOME ADVICES FOR OVERSEA STUDENT 
CUG Rank 
Top Universities in the UK 
University 
Entry 
Overall 
2014 2013 
Name 
S...
IV. SOME ADVICES FOR OVERSEA STUDENT 
Apply to a 
British University 
 When to apply 
 Make sure you get your applicatio...
IV. SOME ADVICES FOR OVERSEA STUDENT 
Apply to a 
British University 
 How to apply 
 All applications to UK universitie...
IV. SOME ADVICES FOR OVERSEA STUDENT 
Manage money 
#. Student 
bank 
account 
• Most banks in the UK offer a student acco...
IV. SOME ADVICES FOR OVERSEA STUDENT 
Student 
accommadation 
University Hall of 
residence 
• students living 
away from ...
IV. SOME ADVICES FOR OVERSEA STUDENT 
Overcome difficulites 
in the life 
 Keeping in touch with home 
 Taking time to g...
IV. SOME ADVICES FOR OVERSEA STUDENT 
Overcome difficulites 
in the life 
 Making friends with 
international students 
...
The UK has been ranked as the fourth most 
expensive country for English university 
students behind which following count...
When do international students from 
a non-EU country can submit an 
application to UCAS? 
--> At any time between 1 Septe...
What should we do if we encounter 
with the differences in values? 
=> Try to suspend judment 
until you understand wholy
Which kind of transportation helping 
you get to most places in the UK? 
A.Train 
B.Bus 
C.Coach 
D.Bicycle
Study in the UK: advantages & Disadvantages
Study in the UK: advantages & Disadvantages
Study in the UK: advantages & Disadvantages
Study in the UK: advantages & Disadvantages
Study in the UK: advantages & Disadvantages
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    1. 1. GROUP 4- CLASS 11E2 Bich Phuong –Do Nham – Minh Thu – Ha Nga Thu Ha – Huyen Trang – Duong Thao
    2. 2. INTRODUCTION ADVANTAGES DISADVANTAGES REVISION Q & A
    3. 3. I. INTRODUCTION  British education institutions have a long history of welcoming international students.  The UK is the 2nd most popular destination in the world for international students  Each year some 250,000 - 300,000 overseas students
    4. 4. I. INTRODUCTION  Over 140 universities and higher education institutions,  Offering a great range of tertiary qualifications.
    5. 5. II. ADVANTAGES OF STUDYING IN THE UK •1. Professional study environment •2. Improving English skills •3. Job opportunities •4. Travel opportunity & broadening horizon II. ADVANTAGES
    6. 6. II. ADVANTAGES OF STUDYING IN THE UK 1. Professional study environment  The UK is a global leader in international education • Home to half the top 10 universities in Europe (The universities of Oxford, Cambridge and London, etc.) • Undertakes 5% of the world’s scientific research • Produces 14% of the world’s most highly cited academic papers. (According to the Times Higher Education World University Rankings, 2010)
    7. 7. II. ADVANTAGES OF STUDYING IN THE UK 1. Professional study environment  The UK is a global leader in international education Recognised and respected qualifications UK undergraduate qualifications are respected and valued all over the world. (According to the Times Higher Education World University Rankings, 2010)
    8. 8. II. ADVANTAGES OF STUDYING IN THE UK 1. Professional study environment  Modern Facilities and equipment • Schools in the United Kingdom have world class facilities for study, sports and socializing => Facilities are great and getting better all the time.
    9. 9. II. ADVANTAGES OF STUDYING IN THE UK 1. Professional study environment Classroom Computer facilities Laboratory Sport facilities Music room Film studio
    10. 10. II. ADVANTAGES OF STUDYING IN THE UK 2. Improving English skills  Studying English in the birthplace of the English language allows you to perfect your skills.
    11. 11. II. ADVANTAGES OF STUDYING IN THE UK Part-time job Job after graduation Job opportunities 3. Job opportunities
    12. 12. II. ADVANTAGES OF STUDYING IN THE UK Part-time job 3. Job opportunities  A student working part-time has the same rights as a full-time employee.  The UK has a National Minimum Wage (NMW) that all employers must abide by. - 18 and 20: £4.98 /hour; - >=21 : £6.19 /hour
    13. 13. II. ADVANTAGES OF STUDYING IN THE UK Types of student jobs 3. Job opportunities Seasonal Jobs Hospitality Retail Delivery man
    14. 14. II. ADVANTAGES OF STUDYING IN THE UK Work on Campus 3. Job opportunities Research assistance Librarian
    15. 15. II. ADVANTAGES OF STUDYING IN THE UK 3. Job opportunities The National Association of Student Employment Services =>>>>> Guide international students to find part-time work. a National Insurance number is required
    16. 16. II. ADVANTAGES OF STUDYING IN THE UK Job after graduation 3. Job opportunities  World Class Qualification UK qualifications are recognized and respected throughout the world
    17. 17. II. ADVANTAGES OF STUDYING IN THE UK 4. Travelling and broadening your horizon 1. Distinctive history, 2. Landscape 3. Modern culture.
    18. 18. II. ADVANTAGES OF STUDYING IN THE UK Beautiful places Tower Bridge Stonehenge Countryside Backingham Palace Big Ben Imperial war museum
    19. 19. II. ADVANTAGES OF STUDYING IN THE UK Travelling The UK transport network Double decker bus Coach Cycle Train/ subway
    20. 20. II. ADVANTAGES OF STUDYING IN THE UK Widening Horizon  UK life is an incredible mix of international cultures and contemporary thinking. Celebrations  Britain is a multicultural, multi-faith country that has always Places to visit welcomed migrants and visitors from abroad Exciting Music experience Accents People to meet
    21. 21. • 1. Difficulties in daily life • 2. Difficulties in finance • 3. Culture shock III. DISADVANTAGES
    22. 22. III. DISADVANTAGES 1. Difficulties in the Daily life Stay alone Be homesick
    23. 23. III. DISADVANTAGES 2. Difficulties in Finance  The UK is the fourth most expensive country for English university students to study in.  The average cost of tuition, living and accommodation for students in the UK is £15,586 for this academic year (2012-13)
    24. 24. Most Expensive Study Destinations for a Three Year Degree [Costs 2012-13] 1. - Australia £19,986.31 2. - USA £19,609.97 3. - Canada £15,670.79 4. - UK £15,586.95 5. - Netherlands £7,015.74 6. - Sweden £6,938.50 7. - Denmark £6,859.14 8. - Norway £6,079.35 9. - Finland £5,766.03 10. - France £5,314.19 Source:http://www.eunicas.co.uk/index.php/universities-news
    25. 25. III. DISADVANTAGES Studying cost Living cost High cost  Course costs (books, stationery, equipments, course materials): average is £32 /week  £8,000 to £12,000 /year for a classroom  £8,500 to £15,000 /year for a laboratory or workshop  £11,000 to £26,000/ year for a clinical course  London - Academic year £7,200 - Per month £800  Outside - Academic year £5,400 - Per month £600
    26. 26. III. DISADVANTAGES Accommadation (£100) Living costs (Per week) Bills (£21) Clothing (£12 ) Travel ( £15- £18) Social activities (£38) Food/household Shopping (£30–£33) Household goods (£8–£12) http://www.gostudyuk.com/study.jsp?id=STUDY_FEES
    27. 27. III. DISADVANTAGES 3. Culture shock • The regional accents • Missing familiar language Language • British food strange: taste different, be cooked different, Food • Every culture has unspoken rules which affect the way people treat each other Rules of behavior • Social behaviors may confuse, surprise of offend you. Social roles • people from other cultures may have very different views of the world from yours. Values
    28. 28. III. DISADVANTAGES 3. Culture shock Climate Greyness and dampness Get used to heavy winter clothing
    29. 29. Food • British food strange: taste different, be cooked different, 
    30. 30. • The regional accents • Missing familiar language + =
    31. 31. Rules of behavior • Every culture has unspoken rules which affect the way people treat each other Bussiness and Academic life
    32. 32. Suspend judment until you understand completly See what people do or say Understand the new culture fully
    33. 33. IV. SOME ADVICES FOR OVERSEA STUDENT Choose a right university Apply to a British University Manage money Choose an accommoda -tion Overcome difficulties in the life
    34. 34. IV. SOME ADVICES FOR OVERSEA STUDENT Choose a right university  Focus on your studies (Ecomomics, Biology, Technology, etc.)  Suitable costs
    35. 35. IV. SOME ADVICES FOR OVERSEA STUDENT CUG Rank Top Universities in the UK University Entry Overall 2014 2013 Name Standards Score Student Satisfaction Student Satisfaction A guide to how satisfied students are with the quality of teaching they receive. Click here to read more Research Assessment Graduate Prospects 1 1 Cambridge 608 4.2 2.98 84.9 1000 2 3 Oxford 582 4.2 2.96 79.7 990 3 2 London School of Economics 541 4.0 2.96 85.1 975 4 4 Imperial College London 560 4.0 2.94 87.7 933 5 5 Durham 507 4.2 2.72 79.5 925 6 6 St Andrews 521 4.2 2.72 75.4 891 7 8 University College London 509 3.9 2.84 82.9 859 8 6 Warwick 504 4.0 2.80 77.1 854 9 10 Bath 478 4.2 2.71 81.8 852
    36. 36. IV. SOME ADVICES FOR OVERSEA STUDENT Apply to a British University  When to apply  Make sure you get your application in well before the deadline.  International students from a non-EU country can submit an application to UCAS at any time between 1 September and 30 June in the year.
    37. 37. IV. SOME ADVICES FOR OVERSEA STUDENT Apply to a British University  How to apply  All applications to UK universities are made through UCAS (the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service).  Fill in a UCAS application form on the UCAS website or visit the nearest British Council office.
    38. 38. IV. SOME ADVICES FOR OVERSEA STUDENT Manage money #. Student bank account • Most banks in the UK offer a student account • The British Bankers' Association has a helpful guide on opening a bank account for international students #. Student discount • An International Student Identity Card (ISIC) also offers up to 40,000 discounts worldwide. • a 16–25Rail Card is good for travelling • a Young Persons Coach Card is cheap
    39. 39. IV. SOME ADVICES FOR OVERSEA STUDENT Student accommadation University Hall of residence • students living away from home for the first time Private accommodation • greater independence Living with a local family • real life in the UK
    40. 40. IV. SOME ADVICES FOR OVERSEA STUDENT Overcome difficulites in the life  Keeping in touch with home  Taking time to get to know new environment.
    41. 41. IV. SOME ADVICES FOR OVERSEA STUDENT Overcome difficulites in the life  Making friends with international students  Raising the help from many organizations
    42. 42. The UK has been ranked as the fourth most expensive country for English university students behind which following countries? A. Germany, USA, France. B. USA, Australia, Netherlands C. Australia, USA, Canada. D. USA, Canada, Sweden.
    43. 43. When do international students from a non-EU country can submit an application to UCAS? --> At any time between 1 September and 30 June in the year preceding the academic year.
    44. 44. What should we do if we encounter with the differences in values? => Try to suspend judment until you understand wholy
    45. 45. Which kind of transportation helping you get to most places in the UK? A.Train B.Bus C.Coach D.Bicycle

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