Studying at University in the UK
Many things you are expected to do at university in the UK may resemble your studies in your own country. You'll be attending lectures, reading course materials and writing essays. However, the study culture may be very different.
The first important point is that universities in the UK don't just present you with existing knowledge; they question ideas and aim to create new ideas. The research you do will help you discover new knowledge.
In short, undergraduates are expected to read and listen critically about the evidence they collect in their research and to use this knowledge to develop their own ideas and arguments.
Studying at university in the UK will develop your capacity to do original research and to identify and solve interesting problems in your subject. This is one of the main functions of universities and the reason graduates are so widely valuable to society.