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ΠΑΝΕΠΙΣΤΗΜΙΑ ΣΤΗN ΑΓΓΛΙΑ

 

Η ανώτατη εκπαίδευση στο Ην. Βασίλειο, είναι κυριολεκτικά παγκόσμιας εμβέλειας. Τα πτυχία των περισσοτέρων πανεπιστημίων της χώρας είναι διεθνώς καταξιωμένα και το επίπεδο των σπουδών σε αυτά είναι εξαιρετικά ποιοτικό.

Τα ΠΑΝΕΠΙΣΤΗΜΙΑ ΣΤΗN ΑΓΓΛΙΑ δίνουν το πρώτο πτυχίο (Bachelor’s) σε 3 χρόνια, ενώ το μεταπτυχιακό σε 1 χρόνο. Ετσι, μπορείς να μπεις στην αγορά εργασίας γρήγορα. Ακόμα και μετά από το 2ο έτος, μπορείς να παρακολουθήσεις μεγάλες εκθέσεις επαγγελματικού προσανατολισμού και να βρεις κάποιο μικρής διάρκειας εργασιακό πρόγραμμα μαθητείας, που βοηθά πολύ για την είσοδό σου στην επαγγελματική ζωή.

Η Βρετανία βρίσκεται σε πολύ βολική θέση πάνω στον παγκόσμιο χάρτη και είναι άριστα συνδεδεμένη με όλες τις χώρες του κόσμου.

 

 

ΠΑΝΕΠΙΣΤΗΜΙΑ ΣΤΗN ΑΓΓΛΙΑ - ΠΟΙΟΤΗΤΑ:

H ποιότητα των υπηρεσιών που παρέχουν τα πανεπιστήμια της Βρετανίας, ελέγχεται από το ανεξάρτητο όργανο QAA (Quality Assurance Agency).

ΠΑΝΕΠΙΣΤΗΜΙΑ ΣΤΗ ΑΓΓΛΙΑ - ΚΟΣΤΟΣ:

Το κόστος διαβίωσης μπορεί να είναι μέχρι και 1100 λίρες/μήνα ανάλογα βεβαίως με τις συνήθειες και τις δυνατότητες του καθένα, καθώς και τον τόπο σπουδών.

ΠΑΝΕΠΙΣΤΗΜΙΑ ΣΤΗN ΑΓΓΛΙΑ - ΕΙΔΙΚΟΤΗΤΕΣ:

Τα πανεπιστήμια στην Αγγλία προσφέρουν κάθε είδους πρόγραμμα. Ο,τι φανταστείς! Ο,τι πραγματικά επιθυμείς…

ΠΑΝΕΠΙΣΤΗΜΙΑ ΣΤΗN ΑΓΓΛΙΑ - ΑΓΓΛΙΚΗ ΓΛΩΣΣΑ:

Aν και απαιτείται καλό επίπεδο γνώσης της αγγλικής ήδη για να εισαχθείς στο πανεπιστήμιο, τελειώνοντας θα έχεις αποκτήσει άριστο επίπεδο γνώσης και χρήσης των αγγλικών. Αυτό είναι από μόνο του ένα τεράστιο συγκριτικό πλεονέκτημα στα χέρια σου για την επαγγελματική σου σταδιοδρομία.

ΠΑΝΕΠΙΣΤΗΜΙΑ ΣΤΗN ΑΓΓΛΙΑ - ΥΠΟΔΟΜΕΣ:

Tόσο τα campuses, όσο και οι διοικητικές υπηρεσίες, τα γραφεία, οι αίθουσες, οι βιβλιοθήκες κλπ είναι πολύ υψηλού επιπέδου, πεντακάθαρα και άριστα οργανωμένα, κυρίως δε με ασφάλεια!
 

Το κυρίαρχο όμως στοιχείο είναι στα περισσότερα πανεπιστήμια διδάσκουν καθηγητές διεθνούς κύρους με τεράστιο ερευνητικό έργο, άοκνοι εργάτες της επιστήμης τους, συγγραφείς πολλών βιβλίων και άρθρων. Κι όμως, αυτοί οι άνθρωποι είναι πάντα δίπλα σου για να σε ακούσουν, να λύσουν κάθε απορία ή πρόβλημά σου..

Η αξιολόγηση των φοιτητών στην Αγγλία γίνεται με βάση τις πανεπιστημιακές εργασίες, τις παρουσιάσεις, τις γραπτές εξετάσεις (που μετράνε πολύ) την απόδοση στα tutorials (ενισχυτική διδασκαλία), αλλά και την παρακολούθηση στα μαθήματα (lectures). Επίσης, η εν γένει συμπεριφορά του φοιτητή μετράει πολύ. Πρέπει να τηρούνται οι κανόνες του πανεπιστημίου.

Ο φοιτητής στο αγγλικό πανεπιστήμιο θα έχει τη δυνατότητα να γνωρίσει νέους από όλο τον κόσμο, να κάνει φίλους από άλλες εθνικότητες, να γνωρίσει άλλους πολιτισμούς (πολυ-πολιτισμικές κοινότητες), ενώ θα αποκτήσει κοσμοπολίτικο αέρα, θα μάθει να συνεργάζεται, να δουλεύει ομαδικά, μεθοδικά, επιστημονικά. Τελειώνοντας τις σπουδές σου θα μπορείς να έχεις και να ανήκεις σε μια τεράστια παγκόσμια κοινότητα δικτύωσης με παλιούς φίλους και συμφοιτητές σου.

Και η καθημερινότητα; H ζωή στην Αγγλία και στη Βρετανία γενικότερα κυλάει πολύ κοντά στη φύση, στο πράσινο, τα αθλήματα είναι δίπλα σου, όπως και τα τεράστια πάρκα, διεθνών προδιαγραφών εστιατόρια, καφετέριες, pubs, και υπηρεσίες που δουλεύουν για τον πολίτη.

 

UK UNIVERSITIES & COLLEGES

 

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The University of Aberdeen

University of Abertay Dundee

Aberystwyth: United Theological College and College of Welsh Independents

The University of Wales, Aberystwyth

Anglia Polytechnic University

Askham Bryan College

Aston University

Aylesbury College

 

B



University of Wales, Bangor

Barking College

Barnsley College

Basford Hall College

Basingstoke College of Technology

University of Bath

Bath Spa University College

Bell College of Technology

The University of Birmingham

Birmingham College of Food, Tourism and Creative Studies

Bishop Burton College

Bishop Grosseteste College

Blackburn College

Blackpool and The Fylde College (An Associate College of Lancaster University)

Bolton Institute of Higher Education

Boston College

Bournemouth University

The Arts University College at Bournemouth

The University of Bradford


Bradford College (An Associate College of The University of Bradford)

Bretton Hall

Bridgwater College

University of Brighton

University of Bristol


University of the West of England, Bristol


British College of Naturopathy and Osteopathy

The British Institute in Paris (University of London)

Brunel University

British School of Osteopathy

Brockenhurst College

Broxtowe College

The University of Buckingham

Buckinghamshire Chilterns University College

Burton College

 

C


Cambridge University

Cannington College

Canterbury Christ Church University College

Canterbury College

Cardiff University

University of Wales Institute, Cardiff

Carmarthenshire College

Carshalton College

University of Central England in Birmingham

University of Central Lancashire

The Central School of Speech and Drama

Chelmsford College

Cheltenham & Gloucester College of Higher Education

Chester (A College of The University of Liverpool)

Chesterfield College

Chichester College of Arts, Science and Technology

University College Chichester

City University

City of Bristol College

City and Islington College

City College Manchester

Clarendon College, Nottingham

City of Sunderland College

Cleveland College of Art and Design

Cordwainers College

Cornwall College With Duchy College

Courtauld Institute of Art (University of London)

Coventry Technical College

Coventry University

Cranfield University

Crawley College

Croydon College

Cumbria College of Art and Design

 

D


Darlington College of Technology

Dartington College of Arts

Dearne Valley College

De Montfort University

University of Derby

Dewsbury College

Doncaster College

Dudley College of Technology

University of Dundee

The University of Durham

 

E


University of East Anglia

East Durham & Houghall Community College

University of East London

Easton College

East Surrey College (Incorporating Reigate School of Art and Design)

Edge Hill College of Higher Education

The University of Edinburgh

Enniskillen College of Agriculture

The University of Essex

European Business School, London

European School of Osteopathy

Exeter College

University of Exeter

 

F


Falmouth College of Arts

Fareham College

Farnborough College of Technology

 

 

G


University of Glamorgan

University of Glasgow

Glasgow Caledonian University

Goldsmiths College (University of London)

Greenmount and Enniskillen Colleges

University of Greenwich

Greenwich School of Management

Grimsby College

Guildford College of Further and Higher Education

 

H


Halesowen College

Halton College

Hammersmith & West London College

Harper Adams University College

Havering College of Further and Higher Education

Herefordshire College of Technology

Herefordshire College of Art and Design

Hendon College

Henley College Coventry

Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh

University of Hertfordshire

Hertford Regional College

Highbury College

Hillcroft College

University of the Highlands & Islands

Holborn College

Huddersfield Technical College

The University of Huddersfield

The University of Hull

 

I


Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine (University of London)

The Isle of Wight College

 

K


Keele University

The University of Kent at Canterbury

Kent Institute of Art and Design

Kidderminster College

King Alfred's Winchester

King's College London (University of London)

Kingston University

 

L


Lackham College

The University of Wales, Lampeter

Lancaster University

Lancaster & Morecambe College

University of Leeds

Leeds, Trinity and All Saints College (A College of The University of Leeds)

Leeds Metropolitan University

Leeds College of Art & Design

Leeds College of Music

University of Leicester

Leicester College

Leo Baeck College

University of Lincolnshire and Humberside

Lewisham College

The University of Liverpool

Liverpool Community College

Liverpool Hope

The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts

Liverpool John Moores University

Llandrillo College, North Wales

London Guildhall University

The London Institute

London School of Economics and Political Science (University of London)

Loughborough College

Loughborough University

Lowestoft College

University of Luton

 

 

M


Macclesfield College

The University of Manchester

The University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST)

The Manchester Metropolitan University

Matthew Boulton College of Further and Higher Education

Coleg Menai

Mid-Chesire College

Middlesex University

 

 

N


Napier University

Neath Port Talbot College

Neath Campus

University College Northampton

University of Newcastle Upon Tyne

Newcastle College

Newcastle-under-Lyme College

New College Durham

New College Nottingham

Newham College of Further Education

Newman College of Higher Education

University of Wales College, Newport

University College Northampton

The Norwich School of Art and Design

Northbrook College Sussex

Nescot

The North East Wales Institute of Higher Education

North East Worcestershire College

Northern College of Education

North Lincolnshire College

University of North London

North Nottinghamshire College

North Tyneside College

University of Northumbria at Newcastle

Northumberland College

North Warwickshire and Hinckley College

Norton Radstock College

Norwich: City College

The University of Nottingham

The Nottingham Trent University

 

 

O


The Oldham College

Oxford College of Further Education

Oxford University

Oxford Brookes University

Oxfordshire School of art and Design (a Division of North Oxfordshire College)

 

P


University of Paisley

Pembrokeshire College

The People's College Nottingham

Pershore Group of Colleges

Peterborough Regional College

University of Plymouth

Plymouth College of Art and Design

University of Portsmouth

 

R


Ravensbourne College of Design and Communication

Reading College and School of Arts and Design

The University of Reading

Regents Business School London

Richmond, The American International University in London

College of Ripon and York St John (A College of The University of Leeds)

The Robert Gordon University

University of Surrey Roehampton

Rose Bruford College

Rotherham College of Arts and Technology

Royal Agricultural College

Royal Holloway, University of London

Royal Veterinary College (University of London)

Ruskin College Oxford

Rycotewood College

 

S


Scottish Agricultural College (The National College for Food, Land and Environmental Studies)

The University of Salford

SAE Technology College

Sandwell College

School of Oriental and African Studies (University of London)

University College Scarborough

School of Pharmacy (University of London)

School of Slavonic and East European Studies (University of London)

The University of Sheffield

Sheffield Hallam University

Sheffield College

Shrewsbury College of Arts and Technology

St Martin's College, Lancaster: Ambleside: Carlisle

Solihull College

University of Southampton

Somerset College of Arts and Technology

South Birmingham College

Southampton Institute

South Bank University

Sparsholt College Hampshire

University of St Andrews

Southwark College

Stafford College

Soundwell College

South Cheshire College

South Downs College

South East Essex College

South Nottingham College

South Trafford College

St George's Hospital Medical School (University of London)

St Helens College (An Associate College of Liverpool John Moores University)

St Loye's School of Health Studies

The College of St Mark and St John

St Mary's College

South Tyneside College

Southampton City College

Stamford College

Stephenson College Coalville

Stoke-on-Trent College

Staffordshire University

Stratford upon Avon College

The University of Stirling

Stockport College of Further & Higher Education

The University of Strathclyde

Stranmillis University College: A College of The Queen's University of Belfast

Suffolk College (An Accredited College of The University of East Anglia)

University of Sunderland

University of Surrey

University of Surrey Roehampton

Surrey Institute of Art and Design, University College

University of Sussex

Sutton Coldfield College

University of Wales Swansea

Swansea College

Swansea Institute of Higher Education

 

T


Tameside College

University of Teesside

Thomas Danby College

Thames Valley University

Tile Hill College of Further Education

Totton College

 

U


University of Ulster

University College London (University of London)

Uxbridge College

 

W


Wakefield College

University of Wales College of Medicine

Walsall College of Arts and Technology

Warrington Collegiate Institute (A College of The University of Manchester)

The University of Warwick

Warwickshire College,

Welsh College of Music and Drama

College of West Anglia

West Cumbria College

West Herts College, Watford (Associate College of University of Hertfordshire)

Westhill College

West Nottinghamshire College

Weston College

University of Westminster

Westminster College

West Thames College

Weymouth College

Wimbledon School of Art

Wigston College of Further Education

Wirral Metropolitan College

University of Wolverhampton

University College Worcester

Worcester College of Technology

Writtle College

Wye College (University of London)

 

Y


Yeovil College

The University of York

York College of Further and Higher Education

Yorkshire Coast College of Further and Higher Education

Ystrad Mynach College

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