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Have Plans To Study In the UK?

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Universities In The UK

Birmingham City Univ...

With over 26,900 students from around 100 countries, we’re a large and...

Birmingham City Univ...
June 9, 2021

Middlesex University...

We're Middlesex University. Our personalized approach to learning and ...

Middlesex University...
June 9, 2021

Hult International B...

You’ll study business in the center of London – a city with more headq...

Hult International B...
June 9, 2021

Anglia Ruskin Univer...

At ARU we’re contributing to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals – ...

University of Essex

University of Essex where curiosity prevails, and where exploring new ...

University of Essex
University of Essex
April 28, 2021

Oxford Brookes Unive...

Oxford Brookes University began life as the Oxford School of Art in 18...

Oxford Brookes Unive...
Oxford Brookes University
April 26, 2021

The UK has a world-renowned education system and are leaders in many subjects including engineering, science, business and management, and many more. Some of the world’s top ranked universities such as Cambridge, Oxford, and the London School of Economics etc. are in the UK. Due to its reputation of proving quality education and good ranked universities, every year Approx. 6,00,000 international students visit the UK for a variety of programmes.
Great Britain is hometo some world-famous colleges and universities, and other high-quality education institutions which are revered worldwide. One of the world’s ultimate destinations, the United Kingdom has so much to offer. With a rich cultural history and a stable economy, the UK is increasingly becoming a coveted country for people wanting to resettle abroad. It remains a land of physical beauty coupled with some of the world’s best living and working conditions.

Why Study in the UK?

Britishinstitutes invariably rank among the finest worldwide, and a degree from one of these is globally appreciated and accepted.

Working in the UK

  • International students are entitled to work part time up to 20 hours per week (For EU Students there is no limit) during their studies, and can work full time during scheduled breaks.
  • The British Government allowsinternational students to apply fortwo years’ worth of a work permit on completion of a two years’Undergraduate course or any Master’s degree programme(duration of which is usually for one year).
  • Most Masters’ degrees in the UK are completed over one year which makes the UK one of the most sought after destinations because of the cost factor.
  • Theone year Master’s degree means the student can be back to full time work after one year and the tuition fee paid is also for one year, compared to the same degree which is of two years’ duration in other countries such as the USA, Canada, Australia or New Zealand.
  • The teaching and education methods used in the UK instigate creativity, develop confidence, and encourage other personal skills.
  • The UK institutions are homes of many of the world’s leading professors. Students get the opportunity to be taught by some of the best minds in academia.


Required Documents

  • UCAS Application
  • Certified copies of all marksheets and certificates
  • IELTS or TOEFL (applicable for specific countries; please ask our counsellor for more information )
  • Statement of Purpose
  • Letter of Recommendations
  • Application Intakes & Duration
  • Fund Proof

Application Process

  • Step 1 Choose the programme
  • Step 2 Select the university
  • Step 3 Check entry requirements with the university/college
  • Step 4 Complete application online
  • Step 5 Get a reference
  • Step 6 Submit the application
  • Step 7 Receive offers and check if an English language test is required, and choose final options
  • Step 8 See if the conditions are met and the application is accepted
  • Step 9 Arrange finances
  • Step 10 Apply for a student visa

Expenses & Scholarships

Tuition Fees

Depending on the programme and university, the average tuition fee for an undergraduate programme is around £12,000 to £20,000 per year.

Living Expenses

Estimated living expenses is around £9,000 to £15,000 per year


Universities offer a range of funding opportunities for international students. Funding information is generally available on the institutions’ Scholarships and Funding pages.
You can also contact the department in which you will be studying to find out if there is any availability of scholarships there.