Business: 27 % of International Students in UK Study Business. Many successful businessmen and entrepreneurs who lead some of the most powerful and innovative companies in the world hold a business degree from UK universities
Computer science: With a boom in technology, there is a huge demand for graduates who can code, develop software, games and apps. A degree in computer science can up your employability.
Economics: London is one of the leading global financial centres in the world, and studying economics close to where many of its theories originated can be of a huge advantage. Moreover, some of the world’s largest banks and accountancy firms operate in the UK.
Engineering: According to an independent study by Technopolis, engineering research in the UK is the world leader in productivity and second in terms of technical excellence. Engineering in the UK is responsible for £280bn of the country’s gross value
Art and Design : When it comes to the art, the UK offers a slew of courses in design, creative art, fashion, architecture, music and performing arts. London’s design schools and universities have produced some of the world’s best designers and artists
Preclinical medicine: The UK is home to some of the world’s finest centres for medical and surgical specialties.
Psychology: Most universities cover a wide spectrum of themes associated with the subject, including mental health, the evolution of the child, clinical psychology and forensic psychology. Moreover, the employment level is high among UK psychology graduates.
Accounting & Finance
Hospitality & Tourism
Media & Communication
Popular UK Universities:
University of Oxford
University of Cambridge
University College London
London school of Economics
University of Manchester
Queen’s University Belfast
University of Exeter
University of Edinburgh
Most Popular (Frequently Applied) by Indian Students