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Is studying commerce in the UK a good deal?

 Author : Admin  03.04.2022


With a panorama of prestigious institutions, scholarships and programmes, it is as good as it gets. The United Kingdom is a rich source of prospects for young, aspiring students. Be it in the fields of economics, trade, banking, business sustainability, Human Resource Management, accounting or any other, the UK offers a wide range of courses in graduate as well as undergraduate levels. Every institution is equipped with best-in-class resources for research and development.

What would be the best deal for you?

That would depend on your academic orientation, your measure of aspirations and the nature of your acumen. Before you make your choice, make sure you have weighed every prospect with the shrewdness of a business analyst. This, after all, will be your first big lesson in investment. It's always a good idea to seek the advice of your abroad education consultants. Having said that, there are several scores of time honoured, historically relevant institutions that garner universal awe, like Regent College in London, Bournemouth University, London School of Economics, Imperial College of London and University of Durham, to name a few of them. Choose the bachelor's degree you want. Would you like one in retail management, or one in commercial photography? For a course on Quantity Surveying and Commercial Management, Coventry University is a safe bet, at 18000 GBP a year. What if you choose to be a psychologist of commerce? For you, Glasgow in Scotland has opened the doors of the University of Strathclyde. An honours course in the behavioural aspects of commerce will go a long way in enriching your understanding of social gestures and consumer cognition.

Are you good to go?

As a non-native speaker of English, you might need to prove your language proficiency. Apart from that, your grades from the final board examination also become crucial. 70-80% or above in the 12th standard report card will make you eligible for application in honours courses. Scores under 60% call for several foundation and diploma programmes. Keep your documents in order, particularly your reference letters, proof of funds, proof of language proficiency, statement of purpose and resume. While academic expenses are without a doubt on the higher side, there are several attenuating scholarships that Indian students may apply for. Your chosen abroad education consultancy will be able to guide you through the process of application.