STUDY IN

UK

The United Kingdom may look tiny on a world map but it's a giant when it comes to education.

Students from the Indian subcontinent, like many of their contemporaries from around the globe, continue to flock to the UK thanks to the reputation and history behind its institutes.

Why choose

UK?

Growing Destination
The UK ranks in the top five in the world for university-industry collaboration The United Kingdom is the world's fifth-largest economy by nominal GDP and tenth-largest economy by purchasing power parity.

The fact that the UK is a high-income economy is well known. It also currently comes in at number 14 on the Human Development Index.

Work Opportunities
You'll be able to work 20 hours a week during term time and unlimited hours during holidays.

Worldwide Recognition
The long-standing international reputation of UK degrees attracts millions of students every year. The UK ranks second in the world for the quality of its scientific and research institutions.

The 107 Nobel Prize winners that universities and research institutions in the UK have produced. Aim high. You could be number 108!

Multicultural Nation

UK's

Education System

A foreign degree can bring prestigious jobs closer to your grasp, and with a British diploma, you could even jump a few levels up the job ladder. If you're looking to stay on in the UK after completing your degree, the government has been taking steps for you to work legally. For instance, if you attend a university in Scotland, you can work in the country for two years after graduation.

  • Pathway programs
  • Undergraduate programs
  • Postgraduate programs

Undergraduate programs offer the following degrees:

BA | BSc | LLB | BEd- Bachelor of Education Sciences | EEng- Bachelor of Technical Sciences | BMus Bachelor of Music | BS or BM Bachelor of Medicine

A bachelor degree at a university in England and Wales means three years of studies (four in the case of Scotland). Medicine, dentistry, and architecture, though, take five to seven years to complete.

Masters programs are divided into theoretical and research courses.

Theoretical programs are based on coursework and last a full year. Research programs, on the other hand, mean less classwork and more individual research. This can last three or more years.

Postgraduate degrees:

PGCE Postgraduate Certificate in Education | MA Master of Arts | MSc Master of Science/Master of Engineering Science | MBA Master of Business Administration | LLM Master of Law

Application Procedure
  • Decide where and what you want to study.
  • Meet our education counselor.
  • Choose you university and course.
  • Start the university and visa application process. Our visa counselors will guide you through every step.
Visa Process

International students should apply for a Tier 4 Student Visa.

This is a points-based system. You need 40 points to qualify.

Documents:
  • Application form (Your details must match the info in your passport)
  • Class 10 mark sheet and certificate
  • Class 12 mark sheet and certificate
  • Diploma/degree mark sheets (all semesters including backlogs) and degree course completion certificates
  • Provisional/degree certificate (must mention the class; certificate should have been issued by the university)
  • English proficiency document (IELTS, TOEFL, Cambridge, PTE. In the case of PTE, you must send your scores directly to the university for verification.)
  • Letter of instructions (limited to a few universities)
  • Supporting documents if your study gap is more than a year
  • Statement of purpose
  • Syllabus (if applying for credit exemption)
  • Work experience letter and salary statement (if applicable)
  • Marriage certificate (if applicable)
  • Copy of passport
  • Application fees (if applicable)
  • Resume
  • Spouse's academics (if applicable)
  • Spouse's current activity proof (if applicable)
  • Name change affidavit (if applicable)

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Scholarships

Education in the UK is expensive, but many colleges and universities offer scholarships to international students. The amount for each scholarship depends on the program and is determined by the institution.

Some may be provided only to a limited number of students, while others could be available to all applicants who meet the requirements of the university. Some scholarships are given for particular programs for a fixed period of time.

For more information, get in touch with our team.

Cost of

studying & living

Tuition fees depend on the course and how prestigious the university is.

On an average, though, an undergraduate course comes around to £12,000 for international students, while you might have to pay £13,000 if you’re going for a postgraduate degree.

The cost of living depends on where you’re staying. For visa purposes, you’ll have to put aside a budge of £1000 per month if you’re living in London proper. For outer London and the rest of the UK, you’ll have to show a budget of £800 per month.

Employment Prospects
International students are allowed to work up to 20 hours a week while term is on, and full-time during holidays. Most institutions will have career centers that’ll assist you in gaining employment or, at the least, will offer guidance.

STUDY IN LONDON

Studying in London can be amazing. With numerous universities in the area, student life is in full swing. You’ll meet people from all over the world. Being a student in London also means getting cheap tickets to theaters, concerts, and clubs. See, we told you it would be great!

STUDY IN MANCHESTER

Manchester is considered the UK's second city, and it has a great many attractions on offer. It's musical culture, trendy cafes, art galleries, and the all-important fact that it's so much cheaper than London, makes it an ideal student city.

STUDY IN EDINBURGH

If you want to study in a historic city that’s modern, sophisticated, and beautiful with a multicultural community, Edinburgh’s the perfect place for you. The capital of Scotland is considered one of the most desirable places to live in, thanks to the nature that surrounds it and the entertainment that the city offers.
FAQ's
APPLICATIONS & REQUIREMENTS : :
What is the minimum IETS or TOEFL score required to get into a UK Institution?
Though the requirement is university specific, a minimum overall score of 6.0 for IELTS and 80 on the iBT TOEFL is sought by most of the universities.
How can I get scholarship for study in UK?
Scholarships are mostly available at the post-graduate level and some of these are offered by the British Government and other UK organizations; All the scholarships are very competitive.
VISA :
What is the visa process for study in UK?

Visa applications have to be made on IM2A forms.

The required documents: a letter of acceptance from the institution confirming your place for the program in the institution, Financial documents as evidence that you can pay the course fee and can support yourself during your stay.

LIFE IN UK :
How much are the living expenses for International Student?
Cost of living will depend on the location you choose to live.
  • London- 7200 £ per year approx.
  • Other areas- 5400 £ per year approx.