What is BritCham Education Centre?
BritCham Education Centre is a business unit sitting within the BritCham Indonesia's Executive Office. Our focus is to assist Indonesian students who are looking to continue their further study in the UK. The assistance we provide starts from university selection to guidance for internship and first job placement. We use our entire stakeholder network to support the decisions you make.
How can BritCham Education Centre help me to pursue my further study in the UK?
We will assist you with a selection of university based on a number of factors, mainly: your interests, universities' graduate employability rank as well as employer preferences. Additionally, we are also able to assist you with preparation for the university’s qualifications including visa, travel, and accommodation.
Why should I continue my further study in the UK?
These are some of the compelling reasons why you should pursue your further study in the UK: global connections, high quality education (focus on employability), multicultural living and learning environment – fluency in real English English!
Who are BritCham Education Centre's university partners?
BritCham has put together a panel of British Universities whose employability ratings cover subject areas aligned with national goals and talent gaps. Our university partners have modelled trendy content and qualifications aimed at next-generation business needs. Check out our university partners here
What is the English proficiency requirement if I would like to study at a British university?
In order to apply for Student Visa (previously named as General Student Visa Tier 4), IELTS is a mandatory requirement and the minimum score is 5.5 (Level B2). However, each university in the UK has a different requirements in terms of the IELTS minimum score. Get in touch with our team to find out more about the English qualifications
What type of visa do I need if I want to study in the UK?
If I am a university student in the UK, am I able to start my first job in the UK?
With the UK government's announcement of the Graduate Visa, international students will be able to stay and work in the UK after graduating from university, starting in 2021. Meaning, International students who have successfully completed an undergraduate or master’s degree will be able to benefit from two years’ work experience in the UK upon graduation. Students who complete their PhD will be able to stay for three years.
What things should I consider in choosing a university for my further study?
There are some factors that may play in your university filtering process, mainly: your course interest, career plan, university location and living cost. Have a chat with our team to help you filter your options.