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Understanding the UK Education System

By Forges William*

UK education standards are frequently debated. The future of higher education in the UK is intended to look very different than how it does now. In the United Kingdom, the education system is one of the most comprehensive ever. Being the leading superpower for a very long time in the world, the British education is superior and is adopted by several countries across the globe, comprising the Indian sub-continent countries.

Different Stages of Education

The different stages of education in the country are assorted in primary, secondary, tertiary and higher education. Students are anticipated to study their primary and secondary education, which is an about 5 to16 years.

There are four key steps of this particular system, which include the following:

  • 1st Stage of Education: The first stage of education is usually between 5-7 years,
  • 2nd Stage of Education: The second stage is between 7-11 years,
  • 3rd Stage of Education: The third stage is between 11-14 years, and
  • 4th Stage of Education: The fourth stage is between 14 and 16 years.
The primary schools support the first and second stage of education, while the other two stages are supported by secondary schools.

All the students are assessed by the teachers on the basis of their overall performance at the end of these steps. Both of the stages are most important in which assessment is carried out and then the student finishes high school. After this phase, a student the age of 16 years is allowed whether he/she continues education or starts professional job.

After completion of General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE), students have few choices to prefer from which institute he/she would like to complete A-levels. A student from the UK is planning to take the program of higher education in a college or university to complete his studies further prior to his/her A levels, BTEC, GNVQs and other programs (most of them are known as vocational courses).

With more than a hundred universities that offer an extensive range of programs for UK as well as foreign students, the country gives immense opportunities for students when they complete their graduation. In the country, many programs or courses prolong as long as three years, while at the present time, alternating training that works as long as four years gaining attractiveness. Most of the professional degrees like doctor, law and veterinary consume at least five years to complete.

Entry Conditions

Each stage in the UK education system has the diverse entry requirements which must be met by a student to be qualified. The very initial entry requirement, chiefly in a case the student is a foreigner and English is his/her second language, is passing the tests of TOEFL or IELTS. Getting success in any one of these tests would be good enough for a foreign student.

Entry for the GCSE relies on the school a student preferred as he/she usually has to enrol in the school. The input level is highly reliant on the establishment condition you choose as private schools are all independent and also have different standards. There are some professional courses as well for entry requirements and a student requires strong English to pass such courses.

The input condition heavily relies on the University course or program. Most of the courses require a pass in A-levels while some universities require a degree qualification. A foreign student may enter a university devoid of going through the A or reach the British school system, however, they must have a specific number of credentials required by the university.

"University and College Admissions Services (UCAS)" is liable for all applications for universities and details on eligibility, date aperture, structures of the fee, the duration of the course and other information regarding each program offered.

(*) Forges William serves all the levels of students who asks write my coursework with professional guidance. He has been working since six years and has satisfied a number of students who got academic success finally.

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    For the most part key stages 1 and 2 will be embraced at grade school and at 11 years of age an understudy will move onto auxiliary school and complete key stages 3 and 4.

    Understudies are evaluated toward the end of every stage. The most essential appraisal happens at age 16 when understudies seek after their GCSE's or General Certificate of Secondary Education. When understudies finish their GCSE's they have the decision to go onto further instruction and afterward potential advanced education, or completion school and go into the working scene by the help of best thesis writing service .

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