Thursday, October 25, 2012

I'm UK Qualified!

By the way, it's not Ulu Klang.

When I was young, I heard so many wonderful stories from my parents about their student days in London. They told me about the red telephone booths, the Big Ben and the London Bridge (which was not falling down by the way). It also included stories of how they met in UK, fell in love, came back to Ipoh and then tadaa... there's me! Coming from a family educated in the UK, I always dreamt of being able to visit the country when I was a kid.

 And my first visit to London in 2006. Don't make fun of my hair!

The Great Britain has always been one of the best countries to offer music, heritage, culture, sports, spectacular countryside and fantastic experiences including festivals, art fairs, film screenings and ancient traditions. If you're really looking around for the right qualification and experience, embrace your independence with a UK education.

Getting a UK degree or qualification nowadays is not as complicated as before. With so many education fairs and information on the net, getting yourself prepared for an education in the UK is a breeze.

Top 4 Reasons - "YES" to Education UK!

1. An outstanding quality of teaching, and a world-class learning experience
Proof a: Over 86% of postgraduate students in the UK stated that their overall research programme experience either met or exceeded their expectations

Proof b: Over 92% of postgraduate students in the UK positively rated the quality of teaching received

Proof c: Over 88% of international graduates are satisfied with their learning experience
Source: Tracking International GraduateOutcomes 2011. BIS. Published January 2012

2.  Great value for money
Proof: UK degree courses are typically shorter than many other countries courses and the UK is typically less expensive than the US and Australia in terms of fees charged.
Source: International Pricing Study: A snapshot of UK and key competitor country international student fees', UK HE International Unit, 2011. 

3. World-leading universities for research & innovation
Proof: The UK’s share of the world’s top 1% of most cited papers, indicates its share of the highest quality published research, which was 13.8% in 2010, only 2nd to the US

4.  Your passport to an outstanding career
Proof: UK-educated international graduates achieved higher average salaries than in their home country.

With so many plus points and favourable statistics, studying in the UK does provide a lot of opportunities for those who look for quality education and desire to enhance themselves by pursuing a UK based post-graduate qualification in addition to the multitude of experiences in the UK.

Join the Education UK exhibition in Malaysia to find out more!

It'll be so exciting to see what this exhibition has to offer. You might just discover a programme that is well suited for your needs and to get that qualification that you've ever wanted! So, do join me on these dates (below) and get the first hand information here. Don't miss this opportunity to talk to the experts.

Date   : 3rd to 4th Nov 2012
Time  : 1pm - 6pm 
Venue: The Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre

There will also be a strong line-up of speakers and seminar topics during the exhibition. Enhance yourself with these useful talks and equip yourself with the tools you'll need for success. Check out this website for more info. Be there or be square!


Sean said...

heh, this makes me wish i was 15 years younger and able to seek out an education in the UK. london's definitely one of my favorite cities to visit :D

suituapui said...

Yes...many will tell you it is cheaper than studying in Australia. Definitely a very much nicer cultural experience, I must say. Oz and NZ are infested with Asians, and throw a stone, you'd probably hit a Foochow from Sibu. So many of them there - whole families, mind you! LOL!!!

Cindy Tong said...

I wish I study longer in UK instead of 3months..

Simple Person said...

I could watch live football every weekend.. :)

Anonymous said...

sweet lady, why you did not go to study in UK?

A Arthur said...

Hello Sweetie, You looked so nerdy in the 2006. Now you are a fine lady with great taste on cigars and fine wine. Congratulations on your escalation to the high end of society.

uncle lau

Eiling said...

Sean: I wished i was 10 years younger. haha

STP: I think UK really have a very rich cultural experience for students as I love their history and arts.

Cindy Tong: Yeah 3 months is a little short.

Simple person: haha true true

Anon: Because my parents don't have such a big education budget for me? and I'm not smart enough to get a scholarship

Uncle Lau: Thanks Uncle Lau. I'm no way in the high end society. Just enjoying what I like in life.

Ciki said...

Love the Chang..

AND... good lord.. is that you?! haha... very cute :P

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