This is the first piece of a two-part series on British Education strengths. You can read the second part here.
Because of its teaching methods and creative, challenging environment, universities and employers from around the globe admit that the UK maintains a world-class education, providing excellent skills to students in preparation for the working world.
Delivering engaging lessons is an important part of the teacher's role, based on the premise that students learn much better when they feel motivated.
Generally, teachers who follow the British system are trained to be active, friendly and inquisitive individuals who will be able to help students voice their own ideas with confidence.
Remembering that education is not just about grades but also about creating independent, resilient and adaptable individuals, UK institutions encourage the students to study independently and access to scholarly sources outside of the class. This approach also forces the students to learn more about their area of study.