Study In UK

The UK offers a world-renowned education system with qualifications that can make a phenomenal difference to your career. UK education is one of the oldest and most well-recognized throughout the world. Though the courses are for a shorter period as compared to those of the US universities, they are intensive and save time and money by not taking an extra year. There are thousands of courses to choose from at different universities in different places. This gives a student a choice of courses and locations to suit their personal preferences. In addition, if a student does not meet the eligibility criteria of the university, there is a wide range of foundational and bridging courses that one can choose from to enter a degree program. The process of applying is also simple. 

  • Capital: London 
  • Population: 63.23 million 
  • GDP: $2.435 trillion 
  • Number of universities: 109 
  • Foreign Student Enrollment 2012/2013: 425,260 
  • Currency: Pound Sterling (GBP) 
  • Official Languages: English 
Why Study In The UK?
  • International education hub for more than 100 years 
  • Easy visa rules for international students 
  • Diverse range of courses with a wide range of specializations 
  • Sandwich bachelor with 1 year Industry placement 
  • No permission is required from the job center for International students studying at UK institutions to undertake spare time or vacation work. 
  • Free health insurance for students studying in the UK for six months or more 
UK Education System

The higher education imparting bodies in the UK are colleges, universities, and institutions of higher education. 

Qualifications Offered 
  • Degree courses 
  • Vocational training Diplomas 
  • Postgraduate courses. 
  • Sandwich courses, whereby part-time work and real experience are combined during the course duration, 
  • First-degree courses of 3–4 years duration 
  • Diplomas and vocational courses of 1-2 years with the Vocational and Technical Education Councils conferring the degree certificate 
  • Postgraduate study may take one of two forms: either as a work of independent research under supervision or as a taught course of one or two years duration. 
Required Tests
  • IELTS or TOEFL scores or any equivalent as proof of English proficiency 
  • Diploma programs:  Overall band score of 5.0 Bachelor’s Degree: Overall band score of 6.0 
  • Masters Programmes: Overall band score of 6.0–6.5INTAKE 
  • January /February/September/November 

Cost of Education: an average of 7500 pounds per year Fees and information given are informative and may vary from university to university. 

Cost Of Living: 11385 GBP (inner London, 9 months) and 9135 GBP (outer London, 9 months). 

Work Rights And Stay Back
  • 20 hours per week (40 hours during vacation) full-time work rights for spouses for the Master’s program 
  • Post-study work permit for students who secure a job offer with a salary of 20,600 GBP for 1-4 months visa extension