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The UK has a long-standing reputation for academic excellence that dates back to the 11th century, and its universities continue to set standards in the world of academia.

The country leads the world in many educational disciplines, including art, engineering, design, law, finance, and business management. It is home to more than 6,00,000 international students who enroll in courses ranging from English language courses to Ph.D. programs.

The education system in the UK is well recognised and gives the freedom to combine courses from various areas of studies so that you can modify your degree as per your interest.

In addition to being a multi-cultural country, the UK is also immensely popular with international students and is the second most popular destination globally for overseas students. This diversity shows that our campuses are rich with different cultures.

The degree you earn at a UK university is recognised by employers worldwide and prepares you for a global career.

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The UK government offers grants, scholarships, bursaries, and financial aid to more than 20,000 international students. Moreover, a lot of "free money" is available from certain British universities.

  • University Specific Scholarships
  • GREAT Scholarships 2020
  • Commonwealth Scholarships
  • The Chevening Scholarships

Studying abroad can be an expensive endeavour for students. Before you depart your home country, calculate and have an efficient budget plan for expenses like accommodation, food, health coverage, travel, and your tuition fee in place.

It is estimated that the average annual cost of studying in the UK will cost at least £22,200 (*US$31,380), with London likely to be much more expensive than other areas.

  • Undergraduate bachelor degree- GBP 10,000 to GBP 20,000 per year
  • Postgraduate master's degree- GBP 10,000 to GBP 20,000 per year
  • Medical degree- GBP 15,000 to GBP 24,000 per year
  • Accommodation- approx. GBP 100- 160 per week
  • Other Living expenses- approx. GBP 500- 560
  • Entrance Exam Fees- GBP 140
  • Application Fee for UK Universities- GBP 50-150
  • UK Visa Application Fees- GBP 348

It is quite easy to get part-time jobs in the UK; it offers additional opportunities for international students. You can work up to 20 hours each week in restaurants, supermarkets, university unions, etc. Students can also take an internship to learn new skills and earn money while studying. You may even be able to secure an internship as part of your course, which will undoubtedly give you an edge when you complete your degree.

There is a minimum wage of about 5 pounds per hour that you will receive, but most jobs will pay more than that. Please obtain your national insurance number and a driver's license as soon as you arrive.

The UK offers many options for international students who wish to stay and work here after finishing their studies.

The Graduate Route

From 1 July 2021, international graduates with an undergraduate or master's degree will gain two years of work experience in the UK upon graduation, through the new Graduate Route. Ph.D. students can stay for three years after completing their degree.

Quick Facts

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per year

15k-20k

Avg. Tuition Fee
per year

30k

Avg. Graduate Income
per year

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Academic exams required to Study in the UK

To be eligible to study at your chosen university in the UK as an international student, you will have to take specific standardised examinations.

It is essential to know what exams you need to pass no matter what university you attend. In other words, if your application misses out on that particular test required for your admission, you won't be admitted to the university.

The standard examination required for your application depends on the applicant's course choice, study level, or nationality.

  • IELTS. International English Language Testing System
  • TOEFL. Test of English as a Foreign Language
  • PTE - Pearson Test English
  • GMAT. Graduate Management Admission Test
  • GRE. Graduate Record Examinations
  • Cambridge Law Test
  • LNAT (National Admissions Test for Law)
  • Mathematics Admissions Test (MAT)
  • BioMedical Admissions Test (BMAT)
  • Graduate Medical School Admissions Test (GAMSAT)
  • Health Professions Admission Test (HPAT Ulster)
  • UK Clinical Aptitude Test (UKCAT)

If you'd like to know more, reach out to us to make your study in the UK a dream come true.