A UK education is recognised all over the world and studying in the UK make you very attractive to potential employers.
UK institutions will have a dedicated careers service so make sure you make use of them during your time at university. Many have work experience opportunities advertised, mentoring scheme or even mock interview and assessment centres.
Many UK degrees also incorporate work experience into the programme, allowing you to get valuable hands on experience. There are also sandwich courses to consider which normally involve a year of work experience during your studies.
Working after you study
If you want to work in the UK after completing your studies there are some options for international students. You may have to apply for a visa extension or a different type of visa. Further information about visas in general can be found here.