Why Migrate to the UK?

Four reasons why you should migrate to the UK. In summary, the United Kingdom or Great Britain its full name is The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is one of Europe’s financially and culturally influential countries if not the world. It is made up of England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland. The UK for short is considered a sovereign power in Europe. This country once invaded and colonized all countries in the entire globe but for 22 countries. They were called the Commonwealth of Nations. The United Kingdom has been ranked on #BestCoutnries by the U.S. News and World Report in 2019, for #1 Education, #5 Power, and #5 Business. There are four great reasons to migrate to this superpower country:

1. Economic

The UK is the second-largest economy and the fifth in the world. Its GDP (Gross Domestic Product) is $2.7 billion annually (2020) and the currency is powerful at 0.78 per 1 $USD. The UK is ranked as the 8th country in ease of doing business. The UK refused to change their currency to Euro € together with to follow suit with other EU (European Nation) states and in fact even withdrew on 31 January 2020, also known as Brexit. This only proves that the UK is a powerful trading and financial centre in Western Europe. During the preparation of its exit from the EU, the UK government has implemented new (and improved) economic and regulatory reforms to make it more attractive for foreign businesses to invest in the state. The UK economic environment has an excellent potential to open a business. Step into a brighter future.

2. Educational

The education system of the UK is considered one of the highest as well as the oldest educational system around the world. UK educational institutions are more than centuries-old such as Oxford and Cambridge University.  In the UK it is mandatory for children from the age of 5 until 16 years old to attend primary and secondary education. There are 442 colleges and universities in the UK and because of its high standards in education, it is the most popular destination for international students. Children of immigrants are entitled to free education. Your children, as UK residents are entitled to free education as well as they will have access to these esteemed education intuitions.  Step into a brighter future.

3. Healthcare

All UK residents are entitled to free healthcare by the National Health Service (NHS). The NHS covers hospitalization, Physician, Mental Health Care, and Pharmacy prescriptions. The NHS was re-enacted under the National Health Service Act of 1946 based on the reports of Sir William Beveridge in 1942 named the Beveridge Reports. The NHS is publicly funded from general taxation where the NHS England Agency allocates the funds to 191 Clinical Commissioning Groups that are distributed to the local levels. As British residents they are entitled to free public healthcare by the NHS with the following coverage:

  • Maternity care
  • In-patient and outpatient hospital care
  • Physician services
  • In-patient and outpatient drugs
  • Preventive services, including screenings, immunizations, and vaccination programs
  • Clinically necessary dental care
  • Some eye care
  • Mental healthcare, including some care for those with learning disabilities
  • Palliative care
  • Some long term care
  • Rehabilitation, including physiotherapy (such as after-stroke care)
  • Wheelchairs, hearing aids, and other assistive devices for the ones that were assessed to need them

4. Quality of Living

The United Kingdom ranks above the average of the quality of life index by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development or OECD. The OECD is an international organization that works and advocates on building policies for better lives globally. According to the research the United Kingdom tips high up on the “Better Life Index” on the overall subjective well-being such as in, personal security, environmental quality, civic connections, social connections, health status, jobs, earnings, incomes, wealth, education, and skills. As for employment, 75% of people aged between 15 to 64 years old have paid jobs which is higher than the OECD range of at least 68%. On the most recent quality of life index in 2021 the United Kingdom ranks number 23 out of 84 countries that were surveyed. And top 12 in all over Europe.