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Here I am giving you information about the British university education system below :

Education in England is managed by the Department for Education and the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills.

Local educational authorities take responsibility for educational policy for public education and state schools at a local level.

The education system of England is divided into these stages :

Early years (ages 3–4),
Primary education (ages 4–11),
Secondary education (ages 11–18)
Tertiary education (ages 18+).

Higher education generally begins with a three-year bachelor's degree.
Postgraduate degrees include the following courses
Master's degrees,
The doctorate,
A research degree
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Education in United Kingdom is managed by the Department for Education and Department for Business, Innovation and Skills.

First Degree:

In UK, Normally students come in university in age of the 18 and study for an academic degree. The Students offers first degree in university which is known as bachelorís degree.

The bachelorís degree is normally for the 3 years. Many Universities offers undergraduates master's degree as a first degree, which is for 4 years.

Some universities offer a vocationally based foundation degree, which is for 2 years for those students who hope to continue on to a first degree but wish to remain in employment.

Postgraduate education:
The students who completed their first degree fall into post graduation degree. Following are the post graduation degrees in British universities.

Master's degree: for 1 to 2 years:
Doctorate: can be lasts up to 3 years.

Specialist qualifications:


Education: Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE), Certificate in Education (Cert Ed), City and Guilds of London Institute (C&G), or Bachelor of Education (BA or BEd), most of which also incorporate Qualified Teacher Status (QTS).
Law: Bachelor of Laws (LLB).
Medicine: Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, studied at medical school
Business: Master of Business Administration (MBA).
Psychology: Doctor of Educational Psychology (D.Ed.Ch.Psychol) or Clinical Psychology (D.Clin.Psych.).

Fees:

For under graduation degree paid £3,375 per annum.

Following are the top British Universities:


Cambridge
Oxford
London School of Economics
St Andrews
Durham
Imperial College London
Warwick
Bath
University College London
Exeter
Lancaster
Surrey
Loughborough
York
East Anglia
Southampton
Birmingham
Bristol
Leicester
Newcastle
Edinburgh
Kent
Cardiff
Leeds
Nottingham
Sheffield
Aston
King's College London
Manchester
Glasgow
Liverpool
Queen's, Belfast
Heriot-Watt
Royal Holloway
SOAS
Queen Mary
Reading
Sussex
Essex
City
Strathclyde
Swansea
Keele
Aberdeen
Stirling
St George's, University of London
Brunel
Oxford Brookes
Dundee
Goldsmiths, University of London
Coventry
Nottingham Trent
West of England, Bristol
Robert Gordon
Lincoln
Falmouth
Arts University Bournemouth
Northumbria
Winchester
Hertfordshire
Buckingham
University for the Creative Arts
Portsmouth
Bangor
Bournemouth
Hull
Sheffield Hallam
University of the Arts, London
Bath Spa
Huddersfield
De Montfort
Glasgow Caledonian
Brighton
Manchester Metropolitan
Northampton
Chichester
Bradford
Chester
Plymouth
Queen Margaret
Liverpool John Moores
Birmingham City
Royal Agricultural University
Harper Adams
Salford
Ulster
Aberystwyth
Derby
Edge Hill
Central Lancashire
Abertay
Gloucestershire
Roehampton
Middlesex
York St John
Teesside
Westminster
Cardiff Metropolitan
Greenwich
South Wales
Edinburgh Napier
Leeds Metropolitan
Canterbury Christ Church
Worcester
Staffordshire
Newman
Kingston
Sunderland
St Mark and St John
Glyndwr
West London
Cumbria
Leeds Trinity
Southampton Solent
Buckinghamshire New
Anglia Ruskin
Bedfordshire
Bishop Grosseteste
West of Scotland
London South Bank
Bolton
East London
London Metropolitan
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