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 UNITED KINGDOM

 
 

 The United Kingdom is a world leader in education!

 

The UK has an excellent reputation as an international study destination with world-class career prospects, among the world’s best facilities and a multicultural student community which make it unarguably the best choice for students who aspire to pursue studies abroad.

 
 

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Why UK?

WHY CHOOSE UK?

 

Students are eligible for a two year work permit after they complete their course after the summer of 2021.

The total number of International (non-UK) studying in the UK in 2017 - 18 was 4,58,490 which is 19.6% of the total students in the UK. 

14% of undergraduates and 35.8% of postgraduates students are from outside the UK.


Reasons why study in UK

World ranked universities

Universities in the UK are among the top universities in the world

There are 4 of the top 10 universities in the World. They have the best academic standards and top facilities for students. A UK degree is valued and recognised internationally. 

Short and flexible choice

Uk institutions offer shorter and more flexible courses that allow you to blend academic and vocational courses of your choice.

An undergraduate degree can be completed in 3 years and a postgraduate degree can be completed in 1 year


Wide range of courses

The UK has the most diverse subjects and courses offered than anywhere in the world from traditional to cutting edge technologies.


Work while studying

International students can work up to 20 hours per week during term sessions and full-time during holidays. There are plenty of part time work opportunities for students to gain practicle work experience and meet living expenses



 
 
Popular Cities
 
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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.

 
 
Education System

UK’S EDUCATION SYSTEM

 

Foundation Pathways

If you do not immediately meet the academic or English language requirements set by the university that you are interested in, then a pathways course can help you improve your English skills and give you the confidence to start an undergraduate or postgraduate study.

Undergraduate Programs

Give your academic career a head start with a world-class and high quality UK undergraduate degree. The flexibility and shorter duration of UK courses together with its practice-based learning approach help you gain a thorough understanding of a subject.

A bachelor's degree usually takes 3 years to complete. 

Postgraduate Programs

Develop your skills, qualifications, knowledge and critical thinking by studying for a postgraduate degree in the UK to truly transform your career.

Major Intakes

The academic season for universities in the UK starts in September or January

 
 
Scholarships

SCHOLARSHIPS

 

The UK offers many financial support options including scholarships, grants, bursaries, fellowships, financial awards to help you fund your studies and for extra support to students to pay for their UK course. There are a plethora of scholarships; grants and bursaries schemes for meritorious students and these can be categorized as:

  • Government Student Support

  • Science and Research Funding

  • Global Scholarships

  • Country-Specific Scholarships

 
 
Application

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

 

Since the UK application process varies depending on the level of education and the type of institution that you desire to study therefore it is essential that you find out all the details before hand.

Book a free counseling with our international education experts at Planet Education.

Step 1 - Register with Planet Education and we will build  your profile on the basis of your academic qualifications, work experience and interests.

Step 2 - Once assessment is initiated, we will shortlist the desired university and relevant course as per your profile and interest.

Step 3 - Complete application will be submitted to the respective university finalized by you.

Step 4 -  We will assist you for visa documentation and acceptance of offer letter

Students applying for  the UK are recommended to begin the application procedure at least 8-10 months prior to the intake

Major intakes

The academic session for universities in the UK starts in September or January

**Students applying for  the UK are recommended to begin the application procedure at least 8-10 months prior to the intake

 
 
Visas

VISA PROCESS

 

International students should apply for a Tier 4 Student Visa. UK Student Visas are awarded on a point-based system and you need 40 points to qualify.

You can apply for the visa up to three months in advance of the start of your course to study in UK. To meet all the requirements of the UK student visa, you will need to provide 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, and 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

  • Work experience letter and salary statement (if applicable)

  • Marriage certificate (if applicable)

  • Copy of passport

  • Application fees (if applicable)

  • Spouse’s academics (if applicable)

  • Spouse’s current activity proof (if applicable)

  • Name change affidavit (if applicable)

 

Post Study Work Visa

Students have to apply for a visa extension on finishing their course before Summer 2021

The UK Council for International Students Affair announced a new 2 year work route for graduates on or after 2021.

Book your free appointment with our visa counselors.

We’ll clear your confusions and provide all the help you need.

 
Employment

EMPLOYMENT PROSPECTS

 

International students have a plethora of part-time and post-study work opportunities. International students can work up to 20 hours per week during term sessions and full-time during holidays.

The UK National Living Wage for:

  • Student aged between 18 and 20 it is £5.90 per hour

  • Student in the age bracket 21 – 24 it is £7.83 per hour

  • Students aged 25 and over it is £7.83 per hour

There are a range of part-time work opportunities available to students to learn real-world business skills, build your resume, and get an opportunity to build their social and professional network as also meet their living expenses. Among the popular areas for part-time work opportunities are easily available in industries like Retail, Hospitality, Internships and many more.

 
 
Cost

COST OF
STUDYING & LIVING

 

While the UK can be one of the most expensive countries in the world, it offers fantastic value for money.

Food and Living Expenses 

  • London: £11,385

  • Rest of UK: £9135

    Cost of Visa:approx £348


Tuition Fees

  • Undergraduate Programmes: £10,000 -  £10,000 

  • Postgraduate Programmes: £11,000 - £32,000

  • Laboratory based Programmes : £12,000 - £27,200

    Figures may vary from one university to another