PRATIK T. MASTER OF SCIENCE (FINANCE), UNIVERSITY OF WARWICK(UK)
1. Other than academics, what else did you learn from the country UK?
The culture of the people living here is noteworthy. The working day begins at sharp
7.30 am and finishes on schedule in the evenings. This gives us enough time to pursue our personal interests and social life. A lot of people hang out together watching football or cricket matches giving a nice variation to a work day.
2. How are the studies in the UK different than the studies in India?
The professors don’t provide spoon feeding. The student has to understand and learn on
his own but guidance is provided and this is good. The faculty motivates students to put in personal effort and pass the grades.
3. Is it worth spending so much money to get a degree from the UK as compared to similar degree in India with lower costs?
It is good to spend because the knowledge and the experienced gained is different.
4. What’s your advice to parents of aspiring students?
Parents should concentrate on bigger universities not only ranking but also by program value.
5. Key things to remember for parents and students while planning for the studies in the UK.
Finance is the most important factor for studies in UK based on university. They should figure out important things before time.
6. How should students select UK Universities? What are the important things to look at and compare among various Universities?
Students should look at research material like the Times of India Ranking.