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Educational system in the United Kingdom Made by Oleg Andronov, 11 form, lyceum
Active vocabulary • A-level – an examination that students in England Wales take, usually when they are 18. • To apply – to make a formal request for smth. such as job, place in the university or permission. • Degree – a course of studying in university, college or the qualification given when you’ve successfully completed the course. • Campus – the land buildings of a university or college, including the building where the students live. • To attend – to go on an event. • Grades = marks. • Hall of residence – college or university building where the students live. • Facilities – places or buildings used for a particular activity, industry or for providing a particular part of service. • Full-time university – university where students study full-time. • Campus university – university which is situated miles from town and, unlike university in the center of town, has it’s own facilities. • Student loan – a credit that UK government gives to their students to pay for their education, and that students should repay when they’ll get a job.
FE or Further education • bachelor You are 18 HE or Higher education • bachelor • master • doctor • M
Cardiff University City University Durham University Imperial College London King`s College London School of Economics and Political Science Loughborough University Newcastle University Northumbria University Royal Holloway University of London The University of Reading The University of York University College London (UCL) University of Aberdeen University of Bath University of Birmingham University of Bristol University of Brighton University of Cambridge University of Dundee University of Edinburgh University of Exeter University of Leeds University of Leicester University of Liverpool University of Manchester University of Nottingham University of Oxford University of Southampton University of St Andrews University of Stirling University of Surrey University of Sussex University of Warwick All of them
UCAS form (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service) • Marks for A-levels • Personal statement • List of Universities (not more than 6)
Study Full-time Part-time From distance
Universities Campus Center-of-town • Far from town • Own facilities • Situated in the center of a town • Town facilities
Special programs Foundation • 1 year • Not Oxford, Cambridge or medical ones • Different courses International Baccalaureate • or BE • 1 year • Pre-IB • Different subjects After 16 y. o.
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