Study in the UK for a life-changing experience!


The United Kingdom – England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland. 

From the perspective of an international student;

  • The UK is the second most popular country for higher/further studies, just after the US.
  • London, the financial capital of Europe, is considered the capital city for higher education.
  • UK universities’ alumni are among the greatest minds the world has ever witnessed.
  • 18 of the world’s top 100 universities are in the UK,
  • 14 UK universities are among the top 50 of the world. 
  • 4 are in the worlds top 10 universities 
  • For business and management studies, UK universities top the most desired universities for international students around the world.
  • The UK is the researchers’ hub – not many other universities spend like how much The UK invent in its research institutions

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Easiest, straight forward and transparent admission and visa application process!

 

  • 60% overall marks obtained in the 12th grade school examination to pursue a Bachelor’s degree.
  • 55% marks in the bachelor’s degree to apply for a Master’s degree course in a UK university.

An IELTS score card, test conducted in the academic module;

  • A minimum score of overall 6.0 to meet the language criteria for a bachelor’s degree course.
  • At least 6.5 overall score to pursue a Master’s degree in the UK.
  • Those who pass with at least 60-70% marks in English language alone, in the 12th grade school examination may meet the language criteria in some universities, as an alternative to an IELTS test certificate.

An unconditional offer/Confirmation of acceptance is what required from a University to apply for a visa.

 

  • A 28 days old fund in the student’s or parent’s bank account is considered acceptable evidence. No more bank states or old funds not required.
  • An education loan letter issued by an acceptable bank doesn’t need to be an old dated. Even the current dated or one day before is accepted.

More than 350 Universities and Colleges offering excellent education

 

  • University of Aberdeen – Aberdeen
  • Abertay University – Dundee
  • Aberystwyth University – 
  • ACM (the academy of contemporary Music) – Guildford
  • Activate learning – Oxford
  • Al-Maktoum college of higher education – Dundee
  • Agha Khan University Institute for the study of Muslim civilizations 
  • Amity University [IN] London – London
  • Anglia Ruskin University ARU – Cambridge
  • AECC university college – Bournemouth
  • Arden University – Coventry
  • Arts University Bournemouth – Poole
  • University Centre Askham Bryan  – York
  • Aston University -Birmingham
  • Backstage Academy – West Yorkshire
  • Bangor University -Wales
  • Barnet and Southgate college – Barnet
  • Barn field College, Luton – Luton
  • Barnsley College Higher Education – Barnsley
  • Bathspa University – Bath
  • University of Bath – Bath
  • Bedford College Group – Bedford
  • University of BEDFORDSHIRE – Luton
  • BIMM Institute – Hove
  • Birkbeck, University of London 
  • Birmingham City University – Birmingham 
  • BMet (Birmingham Metropolitan College) – Birmingham
  • University college – Birmingham
  • University of Birmingham – Birmingham
  • University Centre Bishop Burton – Beverly
  • Bishop Auckland College – Co Durham
  • Bishop Grosseteste University – Lincoln
  • Blackburn College – Blackburn
  • Black pool and The Fylde College – Blackpool
  • Bloomsbury Institute – London
  • University Bolton – Bolton
  • Bournemouth University – Poole
  • Bournemouth and Pool College – Poole
  • BPP University – London
  • Bradford College – Bradford
  • University of Bradford – Bradford
  • Bridged college – Bridgend
  • Brunel Business School
  • University Centre Somerset – Bridgewater & Taunton College – Bridgewater
  • Briton and Sussex Medical School – Briton 
  • University Briton – Brighton
  • Bristol Old Vic Theatre School – Bristol
  • City of Bristol College – Bristol 
  • Trinity College, Bristol – Bristol
  • University Bristol – Bristol 
  • Bristol University of the West of England – Bristol
  • British College of Osteopathic Medicine – London
  • Brook lands College – Weybridge
  • Brooksby Melton College – Melton Mowbray
  • Brunal University London – Uxbridge
  • University of Buckingham – Buckingham
  • Buckingham College Group – Aylesbury
  • Buckingham shire New University – High Wycombe
  • Burnley college – Lancashire
  • Cambridge Regional College – Canbridge
  • Cambridge School of Visual and Performing Arts – Cambridge
  • University of Cambridge Institute of Continuing Education –East of England
  • University of Cambridge – Cambridge
  • Canterbury Christ Church University – Canterbury
  • Cardiff and Vale College – Cardiff
  • Cardiff Metropolitan University – Cardiff
  • Cardiff University – Cardiff
  • Central Bedfordshire college – Dunstable
  • Central film school London – Tower Hamlets
  • University of Central Lancashire – Preston
  • University of Chester – Chester
  • Chichester College Group – Chichester
  • University of Chichester – Chichester
  • City College Norwich (Incorporating Easton College) – Norwich
  • City, University of London – City of London
  • Cliff College – Calver
  • University Centre Colchester at Colchester Institute – Colchester
  • Grwp Llandrillo Menai – Colwyn Bay
  • College of Agriculture Food and Rural Enterprise – Antrim
  • Cornwall College – Cornwall
  • Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London – Westminster
  • Coventry University – Coventry
  • Coventry College – West Midland
  • Cranfield University – Bedford
  • Craven College – North Yorkshire
  • University for the Creative Arts – Farnham
  • Croydon University Centre – Croydon
  • University of Cumbria – Carlisle
  • Dartington Trust – Devon
  • De Montfort University – Leicester
  • Derby College – Derbey
  • University of Derby – Derbey
  • Dudley College – Dudley
  • University of Dundee – Dundee
  • DN Colleges Group – Scunthorpe
  • University of Dundee – Scotland
  • Durham University – Durham
  • New College Durham – Durham
  • University of East Anglia UEA – Norwich
  • University of East London – Newham
  • East Riding College – Beverley
  • East Surry College – Redhill
  • Edge Hill University – Ormskirk
  • Edinburgh Napier University – Edinburgh
  • The University of Edinburgh – Edinburgh
  • ESCP Business School – Camden
  • University of Essex – Colchester
  • European School of Osteopathy – Maidstone
  • Exeter College – Exeter
  • University of Exeter – Exeter
  • Falmouth University – Falmouth
  • University Centre Farnborough – Farnborough
  • Fashion Retail Academy – London
  • Furness College – Barrow in Furness
  • Futureworks (University education for the creative industries) – Manchester
  • Gateshead College – Gateshead
  • Glasgow Caledonian University – Glasgow
  • City of Glasgow College – Glasgow
  • Glasgow School of Art – Glasgow
  • University of Glasgow – Glasgow
  • Gloucestershire College – Cheltenham
  • University of Gloucestershire – Cheltenham
  • Glyndwr University, Wrexham – Wrexham
  • Goldsmiths, University of London- Lewisham
  • Gower College Swansea – Swansea
  • Greater Brighton Metropolitan College – Worthing
  • University of Greenwich – Greenwhich
  • Halesowen College – Halesowen
  • Harlow College – Essex
  • Harper Adams University – Newport
  • Harper and Keele Veterinary School – Shropshire
  • Hartpury University – Gloucester
  • Havant and South Downs College – Havant
  • New City College (incorporating Havering College) – Hornchurch
  • Haybridge Alliance School Centred initial teacher training – Hagley
  • Heart of Worcestershire College – Redditch
  • Hereford College of Arts – Hereford
  • Heriot-Watt University – SEdinburough
  • Hertford Regional College – Broxbourne
  • University of Hertfordshire – Hatfield
  • University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) – Inverness
  • Hopwood Hall College – Rochdale
  • Holy Cross Sixth Form College and University Centre – North West
  • University of Huddersfield – Huddersfield
  • Hugh Baird College – Bootle 
  • Hull college – Hull
  • Hull York Medical School – Hull
  • University of Hull – Hull 
  • Hult International Business School – London
  • Imperial college – London 
  • ICMP Institute of Contemporary Music Performance- London
  • Islamic College for Advanced Studies- Brent 
  • Instituto Marangoni London- Tower Hamlets
  • Human Rights Consortium, School of Advanced Studthe y, University of London – LondThe on
  • The University of Cancer Research, the University of London – London
  • Institute of Commonwealth Studies, School of Advance need Study, University of London – London
  • Institute of English Studies, School of the Advanced Study, the University of London – London
  • Institute of Historical Research, School of the Advanced Study, the University of London – London
  • Institute of Latin American Studies, School of the Advanced Study, the University of London – London
  • Institute of Modern Languages Research, School of Advanced Study, the University of London – London
  • Keele University – Keele
  • Kent and Medway Medical School- Canterbury
  • University of Kent – Canterbury
  • King’s College London, University of London – Westminster
  • Kingston Maurward College- Dorchester
  • Kingston University – Kingston upon Thames 
  • KLC School of Design- Hammersmith and Fulham
  • Lancaster University – Lancaster
  • The University of Law- London
  • London College of Creative Media(LCCM)- London
  • Leeds Arts University – Leeds
  • Leeds Beckett University – Leeds
  • University Centre Leeds, Leeds
  • University of Leeds – Leeds
  • Leicester College- Leicester
  • University of Leicester – Leicester 
  • Lincoln College- Lincoln
  • University of Lincoln – Lincoln
  • City of Liverpool College University Centre – Mercyside
  • Liverpool Hope University – Liverpool 
  • Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts-Liverpool
  • Liverpool John Moores University – Liverpool
  • University of Liverpool – Liverpool
  • London Film Academy-London
  • The London Institute of Banking and Finance- City Of London
  • London Metropolitan University – City of London
  • London School of Economics and Political Science, the University of London – Westminster
  • London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, University of London – Camden
  • London South Bank University – Southwark
  • London South East Colleges (Bromley College)- Bromley 
  • Loughborough University – Loughborough 
  • Loughborough College- Loughborough 
  • Manchester Metropolitan University – Manchester 
  • University of Manchester- Manchester
  • McTimoney College of Chiropractic- Oxford 
  • Midway School of Pharmacy- Chatham 
  • Met Film School- Ealing 
  • Middlesbrough College- Middlesbrough
  • Middlesex University – Barnet
  • Moulton College- Northampton
  • University Centre Myerscough – Preston
  • NESCOT – Epson 
  • New College of the Humanities- England 
  • New Model Institute for Technology and Engineering- Herford 
  • New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling (NSPC)- London
  • Newcastle College University Centre – Newcastle upon tyne 
  • Newcastle University- Newcastle upon Tyne 
  • Newman University, Birmigham- Birmingham
  • Norland- Bath
  • North Warwickshire and South Leicestershire College- Nuneaton
  • University of Northampton – Northhampton
  • The Northern School of Art- Hartlepool
  • Northumbria University, Newcastle – Newcastle Upon Tyne 
  • Norwich University of the Arts – Norwich
  • Nottingham Trent University- Nottingham 
  • Nottingham College- Nottingham
  • University of Nottingham – Nottingham 
  • NPTCH Group- Neath 
  • University Campus Oldham – Oldham
  • Oxford Brookes University – Oxford
  • University of Oxford – Oxford
  • Pearson College London (Including Escape Studios)- City Of London
  • University Centre Peterborough (UCP)- Peterborough
  • Petroc- Barnstaple
  • Plumpton College- Lewes
  • Plymouth College of Art- Plymouth
  • Plymouth Marjon University – Plymouth 
  • University of Plymouth – Plymouth 
  • City college Plymouth- Plymouth
  • Point Blank Music School- Hackney
  • University of Portsmouth – Portsmouth
  • Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh –Edinburgh
  • Queen Mary University of Belfast- Belfast
  • Queen University- Belfast
  • University centre Reaseheath- Nantwich
  • Regents University London- Westminster 
  • Richmond, The American International University in London-Richmond upon Thames 
  • University of Reaseheath – North West
  • Regent’s University London- London
  • Robert Gordon University – Aberdeen
  • University of Roehampton – Wandsworth
  • Rose Bruford College- Bexley
  • Royal Academy  of Dance- Wandsworth
  • Royal Academy of Music, University of London- Westminster 
  • Royal Agricultural University – Cinrensester
  • Royal Birmingham Conservatoir- Birmingham
  • Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, the University of London – Camden
  • Royal College of Music- London 
  • Royal Conservatoire of Scotland- Glasgow 
  • Royal Holloway, University of London –Egham 
  • Royal Northern College of Music- Manchester
  • Royal Veterinary College, University of London –Westminster
  • Royal Welsh college of Music and Drama- Cardiff 
  • SAE Institute- Oxford
  • University of St Andrews – St.Andrews
  • St. George’s, University of London – Wandsworth
  • University Centre at Salford City College – Salford
  • University of Salford – Salford
  • Scarborough TEC- North Yorkshire
  • School Centered Initial Teacher Training in East London Schools( SCITTELS)- London 
  • Selby College- Selby
  • SGS( South Gloucestershire and Stroud College)- Bristol
  • Sheffield College- Sheffield
  • Sheffield Hallam University- Sheffield 
  • University of Sheffield – Sheffield 
  • Shrewsbury Colleges Group- Shropshire
  • SOAS University of London –Camden
  • Solihull College & University Centre – Solihull
  • South and City College, Birmingham- Birmingham 
  • South Thames College group ( inc Carshalton, South Thames and Kingston College)- London
  • University of South Wales – Cardiff
  • Solent University (Southampton) – Southampton
  • University of Southampton – Southampton
  • Southampton College- Southampton
  • University Centre Sparsholt – Winchester 
  • Spurgeon’s College- Lambeth
  • SRUC Scotlands Rural College- Edinburgh
  • University Centre St Helens- St Helens
  • St Mary’s University, Twickenham – Twinkenham
  • Stafford University- Stoke on Trent
  • University of Stirling – Stirling
  • Stranmillis University College – Belfast 
  • University of Strathclyde  – Glasgow
  • The University of Suffolk – Ipswich
  • University of Sunderland- Sunderland
  • University of Surrey -Guilford
  • University of Sussex- Brighton
  • Swansea University – Swansea
  • New College, Swindon- Swindon
  • Tameside College- Ashton Under Lyne 
  • TEDI- London
  • Teesside University, Middlesbrough – Tees Valley
  • Trafford College Group- Stockport
  • Trinity laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance- Greenwich
  • Truro and Penwith College- Truro
  • Two mile Ash School Centered Initial Teacher Training- Milton Keynes 
  • Tyne Coast College- Tyne and Wear 
  • UCEN Manchester – Manchester
  • UCFB- Brent 
  • UCL (University College London) – London
  • Ulster University – Coleraine
  • University Academy 92 (UA92)- Manchester 
  • University Centre Calderdale College – Halifax
  • University Centre Grimsby (Incorporating Scarborough TEC) – Grimsby
  • University Centre Rotherham – Rotherham 
  • University Centre South Devon – South Devon College – Paignton
  • University Centre South Essex – Southend 
  • University Centre at Wakefield College – Wakefield 
  • University College of Estate Management – Reading
  • University College The of Osteopathy – Southwark
  • University of the Arts, London- London
  • University of Westminster, London- Westminster
  • University of Wales Trinity Saint David – Carmarthen
  • Walsall College- Walsall
  • University of Warwick – Coventry 
  • Warwickshire College group- Leamington Spa
  • University Centre West Anglia –Kings’ Lynn
  • West Dean College of Arts and Conservation- Chichester 
  • West Herts College- Watford 
  • University of West London – Ealing
  • University of the West of Scotland – Paisley
  • West Suffolk College- Syuffolk
  • West Thames College- Isleworth
  • Capital City College Group- Westminster
  • University Centre Weston – Weston Super Mare
  • Weymouth College- Weymouth
  • Wigan and Leigh College- Wigan
  • Wiltshire College and University Centre_ Chippenham
  • University of Winchester – Hampshie
  • Wirral Metropolitan College- Birkenhead
  • University of Wolverhampton – Wolverhampton
  • University of Worcester – Worcester
  • Writtle University College – Writtle 
  • Yeovil College University Centre – Yeovil 
  • York College University Centre – York 
  • York St John University – York
  • University of York – York

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Is it worth studying in the UK?


The UK is the country of English and the home to over 66 million English speaking people! Hence the best place to practice the language and acquire better proficiency. Better communication skills open up many career opportunities.

Qualifications from UK colleges and Universities are accepted worldwide, whether for employment or career opportunities like further studies and specializations. The information concerning your UK degree will add value to your CV while applying for a job in any industry or business. 

UK universities rank high for the excellence of education, and UK university qualifications are respected everywhere. The UK universities offer a short duration of courses like a Bachelor’s degree in a UK university is for three years. In contrast, it is four years in other countries. UK universities employ highly qualified teachers worldwide, making the course delivery attractive and more beneficial to students.

The world follows the British higher education system due to its modern teaching style and method. UK universities have ultramodern campuses.

Is it expensive to study in the UK?


All are not rich, and not only rich are interested in studying abroad. 

Students from families under middle and lower-middle-class annual income are serious about their higher studies than those from the rich. For most of the rich, education abroad is a kind of education tourism. In contrast, it is a never-again opportunity for many others to prepare for a better life for themselves and their dependent family members.

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Is tuition fees regularised in UK universities?


Most of the universities in the UK belong to Governments, and still, they don’t follow a regularised tuition fees system. The UK doesn’t have a regulatory body to control the tuition fees charged by universities and colleges. Hence tuition fees structure is an individual university matter.

Tuition fees in a UK college/university generally depend upon the course and degree level, location, popularity, etc.

The costs vary depending on a student’s nationality. For example, those from an EU/EEU country need to pay a subsidized fee, not the regular tuition fees the others from non-EU countries pay. 

But suppose we consider the average tuition fee for higher education in the UK. In that case, international students have to cover the following fee for tuition alone.

No Course Level The average fee in Pounds (£)
1
Undergraduate bachelor degree
GBP 10,000 to GBP 14,000 per year
2
Postgraduate master's degree
GBP 10,000 to GBP 14,000 per year
3
Doctoral degree
GBP 15,000 to GBP 20,000 per year

Cost of living in the UK


In the UK, Halls of Residence is on-campus accommodation facility universities have for international students. Since it is a very affordable option, many international students prefer to choose this accommodation.

But to secure a place here, and therefore prospective students need to book it much in advance. After all, the UK welcomes almost 460,000 international students from around the world every year. 

Students are open to many other options in terms of accommodation. One may decide to live off-campus but need to spend some extra money for;

  • Apartment
  • Basic facilities
  • Council tax
  • Bill payment
  • Tenants agreement etc

Funds for Living Expenses to be shown while applying for a Visa

 

Living expenses in addition to the cost of accommodation are food, clothing, and other expenses, including health insurance, travelling expenses etc. 

According to UK immigration (UKVI), a minimum of £1,334 requires for those who live in London and £1,023 outside London. One should provide evidence of funds in position for at least the first nine months.

But international students maintain themselves in GBP 400-500 per month while living in the UK, especially in the 2nd tier cities.

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Who can apply to study in the UK?


The requirements to study in the UK depend on the course you prefer to learn and the university.

Generally, universities demand a minimum of 60% in the 12th grade, higher secondary, school examination to apply for an undergraduate degree course. Likewise, Master’s degree courses require at least 55% marks in the Bachelor’s degree examination. 

English proficiency is a must to apply for a place to study in all the UK universities. No less than an overall score of 6.0 in the test of IELTS for Bachelor’s degree courses and 6.5 for Master’s. 

Some UK universities accept student applications without asking for any test certificates, provided they have obtained at least 65-70% marks in the English language in the 12th-grade school examination.

Universities accept only test results of the academic module, not general. General module test is for those who apply for jobs and the migration process.

You may contact us here for more information or a detailed discussion on the phone.

Benefits of studying in the UK


UK’s recently introduced graduate route visa makes it attractive to many international students who stay back work for a couple of years after their studies. Since UK qualifications are accepted by employers and educational institutions worldwide, UK work experience adds value to one’s CV and is practically effective.

 England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland, and cities like Oxford, London, Glasgow are rich in culture and diversity, making the overall experience enriching and memorable.

Where And How To Start With?


Course selection:

Think in detail about an ideal course. Universities expect new applicants to apply for further or higher studies based on the subjects studied in their previous academic courses. 

Some universities in the UK consider work experience while accepting a new student to a course.

Keeping a career plan in mind is also essential.

Be clear about your financial background and affordability as well while deciding about a course. 

Accounting & Finance

Management

Business

Marketing

MBA

Executive MBA

Online MBA

Supply Chain Management

Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Law

Media

Business

Tourism management

Legal Practice Course (LPC)

Bar Professional Course (BPC)

LLMs

LLB Culinary Arts

Hospitality

Hotel and hospitality management

Real Estate

Sports

Sports Management
Humanities

Economics

International Relations

Social Science

Geography

History

Sociology

Psychology

Development Studies

English

TESOL

Journalism

Animal Behaviour

African, Asian, Middle East Studies

Theology

Linguistics

Archaeology

Religious Studies

Philosophy

Liberal Arts
Engineering

Architecture

Computer Science

IT

Cybersecurity

Game, Design

Physics

Mathematics

Biology

Chemistry

Astronomy

Animation

Marine Technology
Food

Agriculture

Food Science

Agriculture

Floristry

Landscape

Architecture

Marine subjects and Maritime Management.
Medicine

Medical Science

Veterinary Medicine

Healthcare

Health Sciences

Dentistry

Physiotherapy

Nursing

Biosciences

Pharmacy

Art, Design, Drama

Fine Art, Film Production

Digital Film Photography

Fashion Design

Textiles

Music Production

Luxury Fashion

Screenwriting

Technical Theatre

Filmmaking

Musicianship

Songwriting

There are two intakes in the UK universities: 

February, and 

September.

 

You may find an intake in Jan, March, April, May, June, July, and even in November for a few courses in one or the other  universities.

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