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  • WHO TEACHES THIS COURSE
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  • WHAT WE'RE RESEARCHING
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Stratford Campus

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Overview

The MSc Public Health degree will develop your management competencies and research techniques, equipping you to develop your career as a health professional.

Whether you are a podiatrist, a speech therapist or a nurse - if you work in any kind of clinical setting you will reach a point at which you cannot progress without some kind of additional training and demonstrable management competency.

The skills you will develop on this course will put you in a good position to progress in your career and take on leadership roles. The course will focus on hot topics within health and cover core modules on epidemiology, health promotion and global health. Our health students often organise local health campaigns within the community, so there are plenty of opportunities to get involved and make a difference.

Whatever sector you are working in - the NHS, private health or social care services, community health organisations or a related commercial sector - you will benefit from studying in a superbly resourced environment which is producing research internationally recognised as being of the highest quality.

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What makes this course different

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Leadership quality

UEL's Public Health course is unique in London. The skills you will develop on this course will put you in a good position to progress in your career and take on leadership roles, essential for working in the healthcare sector.

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Strong public health links

UEL research institutes, staff and students have researched, developed and delivered programmes to improve health and wellbeing, particularly in some of London's poorest communities.

WHAT YOU'LL LEARN

This course is designed to give you a systematic understanding of your specialist field of public health, taking in the most up-to-the-minute research. You will gain a comprehensive range of techniques applicable to your own research.

You will also gain a practical understanding of how established techniques of research and enquiry are used to create and interpret knowledge, developing a range of transferable skills essential to a career in public health.

The course as a whole is based on the principles of the multi-dimensional nature of health.

You will complete a dissertation, and four core modules - Research and Epidemiology for Health Professionals; Public Health: Theory and Practice; Public Health: Policy and Strategy and Health Promotion: Theory and Practice.

Your dissertation is a self-directed, semi-taught, core module of independent research and is undertaken with the guidance of a supervisor and supported by group sessions with the module leader.

We consistently review and develop our courses and modules to ensure they are up-to-date with sector and industry graduate skills demands. Course structure, modules and options are subject to change.

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MODULES

  • Year 1

    Core Modules

    Public Health Theory and Policy

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    Public Health Theory and Policy

    Public Health, as a subject, is both broad and deep. It applies locally, nationally and globally in terms of purpose, function and service delivery.

    (Video) Foizul Islam talks about his experience of studying Public Health

    This module seeks to provide a robust platform from which you can advance your knowledge and understanding of the principles and concepts that underpin Public Health, which will also be of benefit to, and provide a foundation to, the remainder of the programme.

    You will learn not only about the policy process, but also how to critically examine public health policies and programmes within a quality framework, taking into account their impact on the wider determinants of health. Furthermore, you will assess and analyse the contexts in which public health policies are developed, decisions made and resources allocated.

    Principles and Methods of Epidemiology

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    Principles and Methods of Epidemiology

    This module will introduce you to the basic concepts in the design, analysis and interpretation of epidemiological studies as well as the methods applied to public health.

    Main topics of study include:

    • Measures of disease frequency and measures of effect
    • Population impact
    • Study design: cross-sectional, intervention, cohort, case-control, ecological
    • Interpretation of epidemiological studies: chance, bias, confounding, causality, effect modification
    • Screening
    • Preventive strategies: measures of public health impact and uses of routine data
    Research Methods in Public Health

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    Research Methods in Public Health

    This module will enable you to synthesize diverse information by critically evaluating journal publications to gain an understanding of how research studies are implemented and evaluated with a view to designing your own research proposal.

    Main topics of study include:

    • Evaluating scientific literature
    • Database searching
    • Qualitative and Quantitative methodologies
    • Research governance
    • Systematic literature reviews with meta-analysis and meta-synthesis
    • Data interpretation
    Behaviour Change and Health Promotion

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    Behaviour Change and Health Promotion

    This module aims for you to critically explore health promotion, behaviour change, and critical theory and their relevance to health promotion strategies. By taking a life course approach, you will examine the role of prevention and management strategies from an individual professional, patient and public perspective, as well as a health system and societal perspective. Examination of evidence from communicable and non-communicable conditions and from healthy start to healthy ageing will provide you with the breadth of learning for critical analysis of what works and can work. Examples from the UK as well as internationally will be used.

    Global Health

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    Global Health

    This module aims to enhance your understanding of global health challenges and public health responses with an ability to critically evaluate these issues from political, social, and epidemiological perspectives. Students will gain in-depth understanding of health protection and public health improvement in the context of economic development, governance, and human rights. The module will provide a comparative view across low, middle- and high-income settings, along with depth case studies for a within-setting historical view, to highlight key determinants, approaches to analysis, possible interventions and metrics for evaluation. By the end of this module you will be able to draw upon success and failure in addressing communicable and non-communicable public health issues from the global North and South.

    Health Economics

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    Health Economics

    This module aims to enhance your understanding of concepts in economics and how they apply to a range of public health issues and the associated resource allocation challenges and options. You will gain in-depth understanding of the fundamental principles of public health finance and health care finance and their impact on efficient and fair financial flows. Additionally, you will be introduced to the range of economic evaluation methods to measure effectiveness of public health programmes.

    Leadership in Public Health (Mental Wealth)

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    Leadership in Public Health (Mental Wealth)

    This module will offer you the opportunity to explore the theories and concepts of leadership and to develop your ability to lead both yourself and others in a dynamic and challenging environment. Emotional intelligence, reflection, collaboration and communication will be critical requirements to support your personal and professional development at a personal, team and organisational level.

    We therefore aim to promote the knowledge, skills and behaviour you will need to lead effectively within areas of public health practice, to support change and to contribute towards professional excellence.

    You will plan your future development taking account of your needs, identified based on critical self-reflection and key professional requirements, preparing you for a positive and fulfilling future career.

    Public Health Ethics and Law

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    Public Health Ethics and Law

    In this module, you will explore key ethical concepts related to Public Health and the relationship between ethics for Public Health, in Public Health and current UK legislation. As part of your assessment, you will reflect on your own practice in light of Public Health ethics.

    Public Health Project

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    Public Health Project

    The module requires you to build on and improve previously acquired research knowledge and skills and use these to conduct a research project in a public health area of your choosing. You will work independently with minimal academic supervision to develop critical awareness of current public health issues within your area of interest. To complete your project, you will choose appropriate methodological approaches to address your chosen research question. You will disseminate your findings by delivering a succinct piece of substantial academic writing.

HOW YOU'LL LEARN

The modules offer strong underlying knowledge and skills development. This emphasis supports you to relate theory to practice in a classroom setting, in all module components and in the dissertation.

We consider employability to be a crucial element in the knowledge gained and skills assessed in each module. The course will enable you to deal with complex issues within your workplace and display sound judgment, personal responsibility and initiative.

You might be working with nurses, or podiatrists, or speech therapists. They might be from the UK or elsewhere. The interdisciplinary nature of the course gives you the opportunity to work and learn with peers from different cultural and professional backgrounds.

Recently, UEL MSc students carried out a 'Small c' campaign, running a cancer awareness programme at a nearby shopping mall in Stratford. Such 'learning by doing' initiatives engage with local people and provide valuable work experience for students to include in their CVs.

You may also have the opportunity to work on one of our research programmes.

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HOW YOU'LL BE ASSESSED

We use a variety of assessment procedures, including unseen exams, essays and presentations as well as peer and self-assessment. Each taught module will be assessed and the various forms of assessment are outlined in the module guide. The assignments are also designed so that you can pursue your interests and specialist areas of practice.

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Stratford Campus, Water Lane, Stratford

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WHO TEACHES THIS COURSE

The teaching team includes qualified academics, practitioners and industry experts as guest speakers. Full details of the academics will be provided in the student handbook and module guides.

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Stephanie Messner

Stephanie is a lecturer in Professional Health Sciences

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Janice Forbes-Burford

Janice Forbes-Burford is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Health & Nursing.

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Manizha Hadi

Manizha Hadi is a Senior Lecturer in Public Health

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Julie Botticello

Julie Botticello is a senior lecturer in Public Health in the School of Health, Sport and Bioscience.

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Anna Caffrey

Anna Caffrey, MSc, CPM, FHEA, is a Senior Lecturer in Public Health and Nursing.

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Paul Watts

Paul is a Senior Lecturer in Public Health in the Department of Health and Nursing and currently leads epidemiology and research methods modules.

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WHAT WE'RE RESEARCHING

Our internationally-renowned institutes,regularly carry out research across the UK andoverseas. Our Reach Pregnancy programmeworks with Barts Health NHS Trust to improve access to antenatal care for pregnant women living in areas with high levels of poverty and high ethnic diversity.

YOUR FUTURE CAREER

This unusual and carefully tailored course will help you progress your career - by developing your research skills and by enhancing your managerial abilities. It will also encourage you to think broadly.

For example, while you are treating someone with an obvious ailment such as a broken arm, you might consider whether there are underlying mental health issues which brought about the injury.

This aligns with the growing emphasis in the health care sector on the integration health care services to meet complex health needs.

The MSc Public Health course offers you enhanced employability prospects within the public health sector. This may involve working as a public health specialist or as a practitioner within the directorates of public health in NHS Foundation Trusts or Clinical Commissioning Groups.

Our graduates have returned to careers within NHS or other healthcare sectors with the skills required to take up new levels of responsibility. After completing this course you will be well placed to advance to senior roles, such as director of public health.

"We've got an NHS at the moment that's going through enormous changes," says Dr Matthew Almond, Field Leader in Health Studies.

"What people need is a workforce that understands the need to be resilient, that understands service design and transformation and understands there are processes involved in transforming a service like the NHS - and that until the process is mature, there are going to be problems."

Explore the different career options you can pursue with this degree and see the median salaries of the sector on ourCareer Coach portal.

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FAQs

What is the acceptance rate of university of East London? ›

UEL accepts students from all over the world with an acceptance rate of 56%.

Is MSc public health in demand in UK? ›

Public health is a growing profession in the UK. With a booming healthcare sector and several companies and agencies to work for, the UK is a very good choice for public health MSc graduates to work in.

How long does it take to get offer letter from UEL? ›

As soon as we receive your application, we will: send you an acknowledgement; make a decision within ten working days for postgraduate courses where entry is based on standard qualifications, rather than interviews or portfolios.

Can I get a job in UK after masters in public health? ›

'London Met's public health graduates have gone on to positions within the NHS, community organisations, government agencies, local authorities, health promotion agencies, human rights agencies, health sectors abroad, international health institutions, academia and the business and voluntary sectors.

Is it difficult to get admission in University of East London? ›

University College London Acceptance Rate is 39%, while the college usually receives 43,000+ applications. This means that roughly around 39 applicants out of 100 applicants manage to get admission at the University of East London. Getting into one of UEL's programmes is not as challenging as other UK universities.

Is it easy to get admission in University of East London? ›

Applying to the University of East London is easy, and to make things even easier we'll give you all the support you need - from advice about fees and funding to guidance from tutors on specific course requirements.

Is a Masters in public health difficult? ›

It takes hard work and dedication and is a pretty big accomplishment to complete a master's in public health program. Remember, not everyone can successfully navigate their way through a graduate program, so you should be proud of yourself.

Is it worth getting a masters in public health? ›

Specifically, is a Master's in Public Health (MPH) worth it? Yes! Those who pursue an MPH degree are likely to see incredible salary potential and job opportunities after graduation. Most of all, they develop a greater voice in the field and in turn, tend to have a greater impact on the world.

Can I work abroad with a public health degree? ›

Experts in global public health, whatever their particular discipline, may find work in any number of organizations: Government agencies (in the US and abroad) International organizations (such as the WHO) Private research and academia (universities and think tanks)

Does UEL accept without IELTS? ›

To study at UEL you must demonstrate that your English level is at the standard for university study. We accept a number of different English language qualifications / tests for entry onto our courses, with IELTS being the most common. English language requirements vary slightly from course to course.

Is University of East London take interview? ›

As part of your visa application, they may invite you to attend a 'credibility' interview via Skype, Microsoft Teams or at a visa application centre. You need to prepare for the interview because if you do not pass the interview your visa application could be refused.

What is a pre CAS interview? ›

A Pre-CAS interview aims to find out the student's genuine intention to study at a university in the UK. The Pre-CAS interview is very important as through it; the university will get to know your true intention.

Is public health hard to study? ›

Because public health requires undergraduate students to take both hard and soft sciences, it's not one of the easiest majors around. Upper-division core courses, such as epidemiology and biostatistics, can be challenging, especially if science and math are not some of the person's strongest suits.

Can public health work in hospital? ›

Employers: hospitals, clinics, healthcare facilities, wellness centres. Public Health careers offer quite a few different possibilities, each one requiring different skills and abilities. As a healthcare administrator, you will oversee all the activities required to run a healthcare institution.

Does public health pay well UK? ›

The average salary for Public Health jobs is £51,354. Read on to find out how much Public Health jobs pay across various UK locations and industries. We have 542 jobs paying higher than the average Public Health salary!

What happens if you fail a module UEL? ›

A student who does not pass a module on reassessment may be permitted to repeat the module on one further occasion where agreed by a School Assessment Board. 6.6. 1 A full-time student must normally have passed all modules (120 credits) at their current level before they are able to undertake study at a higher level.

What is the easiest UK university to get admission? ›

Top 20 universities which are easiest to get into in UK
  • Coventry University.
  • London Metropolitan University.
  • University of Exeter.
  • University of Wales Trinity Saint David.
  • Newman University, Birmingham.
  • University College Birmingham.
  • University of Winchester.
  • Cardiff Metropolitan University.

Which university gives admission easily in UK? ›

Based on the percentage of students who apply to each university and receive an offer, these are the easiest universities to get into: Aberystwyth University (97.6%) Bishop Grosseteste University (95.1%) Ravensbourne University London (95.1%)

Which university is easiest to get into London? ›

Easiest Universities to get into UK
UniversityAcceptance rate
Nottingham Trent University90.1%
University College Birmingham89.9%
De Montfort University89.5%
SOAS University of London89.1%
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1 Jul 2022

Why is University of East London better than other universities? ›

UEL has the happiest students of any modern university (post-1992) in London after another great performance in the National Student Survey. UEL students gave the university an 'overall satisfaction' rating of 85%, meaning it is top in London amongst its eight modern universities!

Why University of East London is best for international students? ›

We're part of the local community and well-connected to the rest of London, and the world - City Airport is on our doorstep. Full of culture, creativity and career opportunities, East London is one of the youngest, most multi-cultural neighbourhoods in the UK, so you'll fit in whoever you are or wherever you're from.

How do I prepare for a masters in public health? ›

5 Tips to Help You With Your MPH Application
  1. A bachelor's degree and college transcripts.
  2. Completion of specific courses, such as math, statistics, biology or social sciences.
  3. A minimum GPA determined by the university.
  4. Standardized test (GRE, MCAT) score.
  5. Statement of purpose.
  6. Resume or CV.
  7. Letters of recommendation.
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Why do people do masters in public health? ›

A public health degree can help aspiring workers position themselves for fulfilling careers with real potential for making an impact. A master's degree in public health (typically an MSc for this field) offers participants a thorough understanding of public health at the graduate level.

Which public health degree makes the most money? ›

Highest Paid Public Health Jobs
  • Biostatistician. $92,270.
  • Computer and Information System Managers In Healthcare. $151,150.
  • Doctorate Degree Holders. $80,560.
  • Emergency Management Director. $76,250.
  • Environmental Scientists. $73,230.
  • Epidemiologist. $74,560.
  • Health and Safety Engineer. $94,240.
  • Medical and Health Services Managers.

Which specialization is best in public health? ›

  • Biostatistics.
  • Community Health and Health Promotion.
  • Environmental Health.
  • Epidemiology. MPH in Epidemiology vs. Biostatistics.
  • Generalist Public Health.
  • Global Health.
  • Health Science.
  • Health & Human Services.

Which is better masters in public health or masters in health administration? ›

Students have their own reasons for pursuing a master's degree. Those who are interested in a degree program that emphasizes a diverse range of health care leadership opportunities may choose to pursue an MHA. Others who want a degree with a deeper science curriculum may prefer to pursue an MPH.

Is public health a good career choice? ›

Is public health a good career for doctors and nurses to get into? It turns out that public health is a great choice for professional healthcare workers to specialize in as graduate students. For a job seeker with a master's degree in nursing with a focus on public health, the employment opportunities are very good.

Which country is best for masters in public health? ›

World's Top 10 Universities for Public Health
INSTITUTIONLOCATION
Harvard UniversityUSA
Johns Hopkins UniversityUSA
London School Hygiene and Tropical MedicineUK
University of WashingtonUSA
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Which field of public health is in demand? ›

Epidemiologists

Typically, epidemiologists focus on applied public health and work for state and local governments, or on research, finding jobs within universities or government agencies like the Center for Disease Control. The pandemic has exponentially increased the demand for epidemiologists.

Are public health graduates doctors? ›

A Doctor of Public Health (abbr. DrPH, Dr.PH. or D.P.H.; Latin doctor publica sanitas) is a doctoral degree awarded in the field of Public Health. DrPH is an advanced and terminal degree that prepares its recipients for a career in advancing public health practice, leadership, research, teaching, or administration.

Does UK accept 5.5 bands? ›

But many students fear that low IELTS scores will prevent them from enrolling in their dream course in the UK. If your score is between 5.5 and 6.5, you should be sure that most schools and universities will gladly accept your application.

Which university in UK gives admission without IELTS? ›

The name of the UK universities that allow students to take admission without IELTS are the University of Warwick, Birmingham City University, University of Bristol, Robert Gordon University, University of Greenwich, Portsmouth University, etc. Q.

Which university in UK does not require IELTS? ›

4. Top 10 UK Universities Without IELTS
  • The University of Warwick.
  • The University of Bristol.
  • London Southbank University.
  • Northumbria University.
  • The University of Bolton.
  • The University of Northampton.
  • The University of Plymouth.
  • Portsmouth University.

How do I pass a university interview? ›

How to prepare for a university interview
  1. Practice answers to common questions. ...
  2. Re-read your personal statement. ...
  3. Make sure you can attend. ...
  4. Remember to bring any additional documents. ...
  5. Arrive early. ...
  6. Dress smartly and comfortably. ...
  7. Prepare your own questions in advance. ...
  8. Relax, you'll interview better this way.

Does everyone get offered an interview for university? ›

Some universities have a tradition of inviting all shortlisted applicants for interview, others tend to avoid using interviews in their general admissions.

Are university interviews Hard UK? ›

Is clearing the UK student visa interview tough? Absolutely not. If you are prepared, it is easy.

Can you fail CAS interview? ›

You will be given two chances to pass the interview for each intake. If you fail the interview for a particular intake, you will be asked to join the next available intake. The university will refund the paid deposit and withdraw the offer if you fail the Pre-CAS interview.

Do people fail pre CAS interview? ›

If a Pre-Cas interview is not successful, a student can be denied CAS regardless that they have paid the stipulated deposit and would be unable to go further and process their UK Student Visa.

Can CAS get rejected? ›

In case there are any inconsistencies between the information used by the university to create the CAS and the information you provide on your application form, then your visa application could get refused.

Is public health in demand in UK? ›

Job Prospects after Public Health Course in UK

Public health is a growing profession in the UK. With a booming healthcare sector and several companies and agencies to work for, the UK is a very good choice for public health MSc graduates to work in.

Is public health better than medicine? ›

The biggest difference between public health and medicine is that public health deals with health from the perspective of populations, while medicine deals with health from the perspective of individuals. In medicine, the patient is the individual person. In public health, the patient is the entire community.

Where can I work if I study public health? ›

This field focuses more on management and administration and examples include those managing hospitals, larger healthcare networks and even national health regulations and programmes.

Is public health Same as doctor? ›

Unlike a regular physician or doctor, the public health doctor focuses more intently on preventing disease instead of on treating it. Additionally, they work on the health of entire communities or groups of people instead of one on one patient care.

What are the five public health jobs? ›

Here are five public health careers you might consider pursuing to give you the tools to help your selected community effectively.
  • Health Education. ...
  • Epidemiology and Research. ...
  • Social Work. ...
  • Communications. ...
  • Environmental Health.
14 Jun 2021

How do public health make money? ›

Explore Some of the Highest Paying Public Health Jobs
  1. Natural Sciences Manager. ...
  2. Medical and Health Services Manager. ...
  3. Health Services Administrator. ...
  4. Epidemiologist. ...
  5. Biomedical Engineer. ...
  6. Biostatistician. ...
  7. Infectious Disease Specialist. ...
  8. Health Care Consultant.

What can I do with a Masters in public health UK? ›

Public health is a very large field and the breadth of core public health roles includes:
  • health visitors, school nurses and public health nurses.
  • environmental health professionals.
  • public health practitioners.
  • knowledge and intelligence professionals.
  • academics.
  • managers, directors, and consultants and specialists.

What are the job opportunities after masters in public health? ›

Master's in public health jobs: 10 career paths
  • Community health. ...
  • Emergency management. ...
  • Epidemiology. ...
  • Global health. ...
  • Environmental health. ...
  • Behavioral science. ...
  • Biostatistics.
10 Aug 2022

Where do public health workers work in UK? ›

Jobs are available in local authorities and government, the NHS, private healthcare companies, charities, and in higher education/research.

Which university in London has the highest acceptance rate? ›

Which University in UK has highest acceptance rate? Aberystwyth University (97.6%) Bishop Grosseteste University (95.1%) Ravensbourne University London (95.1%) University for the Creative Arts (92.4%) etc.

Which London University is easiest to get into? ›

Easiest UK universities to get into
  • Aberystwyth University (97.6%)
  • Bishop Grosseteste University (95.1%)
  • Ravensbourne University London (95.1%)
  • University for the Creative Arts (92.4%)
  • University of Sussex (91.8%)
  • Plymouth College of Art (91.5%)
  • Coventry University (91.3%)
  • University of Wolverhampton (90.8%)
7 Sept 2022

Which university in UK is easiest to get into? ›

1. Aberystwyth University – 96.1% (Offers extended to students who apply) Aberystwyth University is a university in Wales and one of the best in the UK for teaching quality and student experience (Times Good University Guide).

Which University is cheapest in London? ›

Top 5 Cheapest Universities in London for International Students
  • University of East London.
  • London Metropolitan University.
  • University of Greenwich.
  • Middlesex University.
  • University of Westminster.
28 Aug 2022

Is UEA a good University? ›

The University of East Anglia (UEA) is consistently ranked in the Top 30 (The Times/Sunday Times 2023, Complete University Guide 2023 and The Guardian 2023). An internationally renowned university, it offers academic and social facilities of the highest quality.

Which University has the happiest students UK? ›

University of St Andrews

Our student reviews' ratings for St Andrews are the highest in the UK and therefore, it tops our ranking of the happiest universities.

What is the hardest qualification to get UK? ›

It all comes down to your gut feeling – and whether you think you'll enjoy studying that subject in the long-term.
  • Psychology. Kicking off our list of the hardest degrees in the UK is Psychology. ...
  • Microbiology. ...
  • Economics. ...
  • Philosophy. ...
  • Computer Science. ...
  • Finance. ...
  • Fine Art. ...
  • Astrophysics.

Which is the easiest course in UK for international students? ›

What are the easiest university courses in UK?
  • Religious Studies.
  • Creative Writing.
  • Anthropology.
  • Philosophy.
  • Graphic Design.
  • Music.
  • Education.
  • English Literature.

Which University in UK is hardest to get into? ›

In what comes as a shock to absolutely no one – Oxford and Cambridge are the two hardest unis in the UK to get an offer for.

Which University in UK accept most international students? ›

UK Universities with Most International Students
UniversityEUTotal Non-UK
University College London5,41023,360
The University of Manchester3,16017,625
The University of Edinburgh3,74015,590
King's College London4,64515,550
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What is the lowest acceptance rate in UK? ›

This acceptance rate means that out of every 100 applications, eight students are offered a chance to study at the university. Therefore, the University of St. Andrews is the university in the UK with the lowest acceptance rate.

Which University gives admission fast? ›

Evidently, ESUT is one of the best universities you can gain admission easily in Nigeria. The university has the least number of students who apply for admission every year. Thus, if you are looking for a university you can gain admission with an average score in JAMB examination, you can apply for this university.

Can I study in UK with low marks? ›

Bachelors in UK – Academic Requirements

High ranked Universities student needs to have 80 to 95% in 12th. Middle ranked Universities student needs to have 60 to 80% in 12th. Few universities in London accept the students having 50 to 55% in 12th.

Which university do employers prefer in UK? ›

UK universities ranked by UK employers
Employability rankUniversityWorld University Rank
1University of Oxford2
2University of Cambridge4
=3Imperial College London8
=3University of Manchester56
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Can I study abroad with 50% marks? ›

The percentage needed to study abroad varies from country to country, but to be on the safe side and to be certain of landing in a world class university, it is better to stay close to 70%. Some good universities in Canada, US, Germany asks for 1st class or 2nd class marks with no backlogs.

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