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Study in the UK for 2021, Why study in UK.?

Why study in the UK? The UK is one of the leading study destinations in the world. With centuries of excellence, world-class institutions on every corner, and far more flexibility than many other countries, the United Kingdom can offer a lot to international students with the help of the best study abroad consultants in Kerala  more than any other English -speaking country. Advantages of studying in the UK • Incredible academic reputation Britain has a worldwide reputation as a country of learning, and it's easy to see why. This can be seen in the modern world, where British universities occupy a disproportionate number of places in the world ranking of universities. In fact, according to QS World University Rankings 2020, nearly a fifth of the world's top 50 universities are located in the UK! • Culture of hospitality The UK is a tolerant and multicultural country. You will find people from almost every country in the world in the UK. According to the Statistical Agency fo

UK Travel Restrictions- Effective from November 5th

  New Restrictions from November 5th, 2020- ENGLAND, WALES, SCOTLAND AND NORTHERN IRELAND A new lockdown is proposed for England, while Scotland is moving to a five-tier system of restrictions against covid-19 from Monday. Wales and Northern Ireland are in the middle of temporary lockdowns. Prime minister Boris Johnson declared new lockdown rules would be started for England, but these rules are going to discussed and voted on by MPs in the house of commons before they come into force on Thursday.  New lockdown rules for England People will be told to stay at home except for education, work (if it can't be done from home), exercise and recreation, medical reasons, shopping for food and other essentials, or to care for others All pubs and restaurants will have to close (takeaways and deliveries can continue) All non-essential shops will have to close. Bike shops, hardware stores, banks, pharmacies, post offices, garden centres and pet shops can remain open Schools, nurseries, colleg