The UK has run an independent body since 1997—The Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA) that checks the quality and standards in the UK higher education system. The main goal of QAA is to address the student’s needs, safeguards the education standards, improve the public understanding of UK higher education, and drive improvements to maintain the best education system worldwide.
In the UK, Indian students enrolled in a full-time program are eligible to obtain free medical treatment from the NHS (National Health Service). The universities also have a specific health policy for students as well, making it more convenient for the students to have health insurance security amidst the cost of medical care rising every year.
Studying in UK education programs has a shorter duration compared to any other education program globally. It takes three to four years to complete an undergraduate degree and two or three more years to complete a postgraduate degree in other countries. It takes three years to complete an undergraduate degree and then one year for post-graduation in the UK (except for medical or research students). By this, students save the tuition fees, and living costs and graduate earlier to start a career.