STUDY IN UK

Being the world leader in education, U.K. attracts a large number of international students, every year.

Five per cent of the world’s scientific research happens in the universities of the U.K., and it produces 14 per cent of the world’s most frequently cited papers.

The U.K is world renowned for quality in education with its Cambridge and Oxford universities. For a Doctorate or a Master degree or the entry level Bachelors in Engineering, Humanities, or Management, the U.K will be the best choice.

Why study in UK?
  • The education system lets you complete the study in a shorter span than many other countries without compromising on the quality.
  • The U.K. is known for its quality education, teaching methodology, top universities, and high student satisfaction.
  • The Universities redefine the courses to prepare the students for the current industry trends and requirements.
  • Several scholarship schemes are available for International students.
  • International students can work part-time while studying.
  • A few Bachelor degree courses called sandwich programs allow their students to take up internships as a part of their curriculum.

Two year Post Study Work Right

Last but most important, the UK is now offering 2 Year Post Study Work Right to overseas students beginning from Sept 2020 intake. This policy change by the UK Government provides students with the opportunity to embark on a truly global career.

Education system in the UK

UK’s educational system is undoubtedly one of its own kind for delivering eminent and high professional educational training and research-oriented programs since centuries. The study in the UK creates a niche of innovation, knowledge, skills and creativity of students.

There are 71 universities in the UK which rank among the world’s best in the QS World University Rankings 2016-2017, including four in the global top 10, and a further 26 in the top 200.

Here is the list of the top 10 universities in the UK.

  • University of Cambridge
  • University of Oxford
  • University College London (UCL)
  • Imperial College London
  • University of Edinburgh
  • King’s College London (KCL)
  • University of Manchester
  • London School of Economics and Political Science
  • University of Bristol
  • University of Warwick
Cost of Studying in UK

As per a recent calculation, the average tuition fee for pursuing any Arts or Humanities program in the UK is somewhere in the range of £ 8,000 to £ 10,000 per year. At the same time, Engineering & Science courses on an average cost £ 10,000 to £ 13,000. And since, Business and MBA programs are two of the most popular courses in the UK, they cost within the range of £ 12,000 to £ 25,000.

At the same time, the costs of accommodation in places near London are in the range of £ 11,000 to £ 12,000. And for places other than London, the cost range varies from £ 9,000 to £ 10,000.

Eligibility Test Requirements
  • IELTS or TOEFL scores or any equivalent as a proof of English Proficiency
  • Diploma programs: Overall band score of 5.0
  • Bachelor’s Degree: Overall band score of 6.0
  • Masters Programs: Overall band score of 6.0 – 6.5
When and how to apply?

Intakes

January /February/September/November

Every year, UK country welcomes a jaw dropping figure of 270,000 international students from around the World, offering top-notch teaching, and perfect place to live in, making you market-ready.

Visa Procedure
Once you get a confirmation letter from the university, you can start your visa application procedure.

1. Place all your documents in one place.

  • Your updated passport
  • Latest photographs
  • A Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) certificate (worth 30 points)
  • An English proficiency skills certificate, preferably SELT
  • An income certificate (worth 10 points)
  • An ATAS certificate if you’re studying a sensitive subject (engineering or medicine)

2. Fill in the visa form
3. Pay the application charge
4. Visit the visa center on an appointed date to submit the application and give your facial photograph and fingerprints
4. Plan your journey