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Study in the UK

Why study in the UK?

Studying in the United Kingdom (UK) is truly an international experience. It is one of the most popular destinations for studying abroad over the Globe. Due to its excellent higher education system and worldwide acceptability, hundreds of thousands of international students opt for the UK as their preferred overseas study destination. Some reasons behind these are:

a) UK universities are the home of some world-renowned universities including Oxford UniversitiesCambridge University, and Imperial College London. 

b) UK universities are among the bests in the world. According to the QS World ranking, four of the top nine universities are from the UK. 

c) Qualifications obtained from UK universities are internationally recognized and highly valued around the Globe.

d) UK Universities are highly ranked for Industry-University collaboration

e) With 114 Nobel Prize Winner, the UK is the world leader in research. Still today, the UK has produced 860 Nobel Laureates, and 38 % of Nobel Laureates have studied in the UK. According to the World Economic Forum Global Competitiveness Report, the UK ranks second in the world for the quality of scientific research. 

f) The international Student satisfaction rate in the UK is very high. 

g) UK Universities are one of the preferred destinations for studying abroad by Indian students for decades.

h) UK Universities will provide world-class teaching from the world’s leading academician and experts

i) Several Scholarships, bursaries, and grants are available for Indian students

j) Education system is flexible enough to suit international student’s career aspirations with vocational and academic blending

k) UK course and living costs are good value for money

l) UK courses are generally shorter than other countries

Degrees preferred by International students for their study abroad-
Bachelor’s or undergraduate degree: Normally it takes 3 years to complete full-time study. Some common titles of degree are Bachelor of Arts (BA), Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.), Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.), Bachelor of Education (B.Ed)  

Postgraduate Degree -Master's Degree is generally two types, i.e., Taught and Research. Taught programs typically take 1 year to complete, but research degrees take more time. The common titles of taught programs are MA (Master of Arts) or M.Sc. (Master of Science) MBA (Master of Business Administration, M.Eng. (Master of Engineering), MFA (Master of Fine Arts), LLM (Master of Laws), M.Arch. (Master of Architecture), etc. The titles of common research programs are Master of Research (M Res), Master of Philosophy (M Phil), Doctor of Business Administration (DBA), Doctorate of Philosophy (Ph.D.), etc.

Scholarship to study in the UK

Cost of studying in the UK

UK tuition fees are quite high for international students, but the student will get one of the best education qualities in the world. The main costs coupled while studying in the United Kingdom (UK) are tuition fees, accommodation, and living expenses. This cost may vary depending on the Institution’s tuition fees, course, locations, accommodation preferred, and student’s lifestyle. The figures given below should be assumed as guidelines for International students. We strongly recommend students to go through the University website and other sources or take the guidance of any study abroad consultant.

Lecture-based Undergraduate program- £10,000 to £35,000 per annum 

Undergraduate medical program – up to £38,000 per year

Postgraduate program- £11,000- £32,000 annually

MBA program – £18,914

Postgraduate medical program- £21,767

Living expenses (Apartment rent, Food, Personal items, Transport, etc., ) - £8,000- £12,000

Student visa requirements for the United Kingdom

After getting an unconditional offer from your UK University, a student has to apply for a visa to enter this country. He/she will get this visa from the UK embassy or consulate. He/she can directly contact the nearest UK embassy or consulate, or can contact us for any guidance for that. A student can apply for a visa three months before the intended date of travel to the UK. It normally takes 3 weeks to process your visa. A student (age above 16) has to apply for a Tier 4 (General) student visa to study in the UK. The visa fee for the international student is £348 (please check the latest fee before applying here). He/she has to pay the healthcare surcharge as part of the visa application. A student can enter the UK up to one week before if the course lasts six months or less, or up to one month before if the course lasts more than six months.

Supporting documents required to apply for a UK Student visa

List of Popular Universities in the UK

  1. Oxford University
  2.  University of Cambridge
  3. The University of Edinburgh
  4. University College London
  5. The University of Manchester
  6. The London School of Economics and Political Science
  7. University of Glasgow
  8. University of Leeds
  9. The University of Nottingham
  10. The University of Warwick
  11. Imperial College London
  12. King's College London
  13. University of Birmingham
  14. University of Southampton
  15. Newcastle University
  16. The University of Sheffield
  17. The University of York
  18. University of Liverpool
  19. University of Leicester
  20. Queen Mary University of London
  21. Durham University
  22. University of Bristol
  23. University of Exeter
  24. University of Sussex
  25. Lancaster University
  26. University of St Andrews
  27. University of Surrey
  28. University of Bath
  29. Loughborough University
  30. University of Strathclyde
  31. Cardiff University
  32. University of East Anglia
  33. University of Kent
  34. Queen's University Belfast
  35. University of Aberdeen
  36. City University of London
  37. University of Dundee
  38. University of Reading
  39. University of Essex
  40. The University of the West of England
  41. Heriot-Watt University
  42. University of the Arts London
  43. Nottingham Trent University
  44. Sheffield Hallam University
  45. Manchester Metropolitan University
  46. Swansea University
  47. Brunel University London
  48. University of Portsmouth
  49. Royal Holloway, University of London
  50. De Montfort University
  51. Goldsmiths, University of London
  52. Birkbeck, University of London
  53. University of Plymouth
  54. University of Brighton
  55. SOAS, University of London
  56. Coventry University
  57. University of Salford
  58. University of Hertfordshire
  59. University of Stirling
  60. University of Greenwich
  61. Aberystwyth University
  62. Bournemouth University
  63. Middlesex University
  64. Northumbria University
  65. Edinburgh Napier University
  66. Aston University
  67. London Business School
  68. The University of Hull
  69. Keele University
  70. Kingston University
  71. University of Westminster
  72. Oxford Brookes University
  73. Cranfield University
  74. Bangor University
  75. Ulster University
  76. Leeds Beckett University
  77. University of Central Lancashire
  78. Birmingham City University
  79. London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, University of London
  80. Royal College of Art
  81. University of Lincoln
  82. University of London
  83. University of South Wales
  84. London South Bank University
  85. University of Wolverhampton
  86. University of Derby
  87. University of East London
  88. University of Huddersfield
  89. Robert Gordon University
  90. Anglia Ruskin University
  91. University of Sunderland
  92. London Metropolitan University
  93. University of the Highlands and Islands
  94. Glasgow Caledonian University
  95. Staffordshire University
  96. Teesside University
  97. The University of Northampton
  98. Liverpool John Moores University
  99. University of Bedfordshire
  100. Bath Spa University
  101. University of Roehampton
  102. Solent University
  103. Canterbury Christ Church University
  104. Edge Hill University
  105. University of Chester
  106. University of Bradford
  107. The University of the West of Scotland
  108. Abertay University
  109. University of Gloucestershire
  110. St George's, University of London
  111. Cardiff Metropolitan University
  112. University of West London
  113. York St John University
  114. The University of Law
  115. University of Bolton
  116. University of Worcester
  117. University of Cumbria
  118. Falmouth University
  119. The University of Buckingham
  120. The University of Winchester
  121. Liverpool Hope University
  122. University of Wales Trinity Saint David
  123. Queen Margaret University
  124. St Mary's University, Twickenham
  125. University of Chichester
  126. Wrexham Glyndwr University
  127. Leeds Trinity University
  128. University of Wales

Please check out the study options in other countries

  1. Study in the USA
  2. Study in Singapore
  3. Study in Canada
  4. Study in Australia
  5. Study in New Zealand
  6. Study in Ireland
  7. Study in the Netherland
  8. Study in France
  9. Study in Germany
  10. Study in Switzerland

Please check out International scholarships

  1. UK Scholarships for International students
  2. Canada Scholarships for International Students
  3. USA Scholarships for International Students
  4. New Zealand Scholarships for International Students
  5. Australian Scholarships for International Students
  6. Singapore Scholarships for International Students
  7. Ireland Scholarships for International Students
  8. Scholarship in France for International Students
  9. Scholarship in the Netherlands for International Students

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