United Kingdom Employment Prospects

Employment prospects in the UK
By studying in the UK, you will have opportunities to develop important workplace skills and your ability to think independently, which will significantly increase your chances of employment.
English is the international language of business, science and technology. By studying and living in the UK, the home of English, you will be immersed in the language and have the opportunity to improve your communication skills (of course, this takes practice and hard work!)

Many professional bodies and employers may require evidence of your English language skills. As a proud co-owner of IELTS (International English Language Testing System) IDP Education will be able to help you find a test centre.

During your studies
You can work part-time, volunteer or complete a work placement or sandwich course during your time in the UK, all of which are valuable work-based experiences that can provide an edge and build your résumé.

Most universities and educational institutions in the UK have a dedicated careers centre that can advise students on all aspects of gaining employment during and after their studies.

New report finds that a third of men and nearly a third of women who participated in further education got a better job as a result
A third of men and nearly a third of women who participated in further education (FE) got a better job as a result, Skills Minister Matthew Hancock announced today.

This is the key finding from The Impact of FE Learning, a new report from the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills. The research found that the primary motive for FE learning was to improve job prospects, or get a new job.

The report also demonstrated many other financial, personal and social benefits:

•    Eighteen per cent of men and 12 per cent of women got promoted
•    Earnings showed a 2.75 per cent increase following completion. This equates to an increase of £426 in annual salary for someone earning £15,485
•    Fifty-eight per cent of respondents who completed their course or training indicated that they were getting more satisfaction from their job
•    Eighty per cent indicated that they had gained self-confidence or self-esteem
•    Fifty-eight per cent of women and 47 per cent of men said completing their course helped them support their children with school work.

To help access these benefits, over half of those asked felt they would have an interest in a low-cost income contingent loan from their college.



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