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The seat of one of the oldest and the most renowned education systems, globally.

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The United Kingdom also called the UK, is a sovereign countryin Europe, comprising the territories of England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland. The capital and the largest city of the UK is London. It is home to some of the most prominent educational institutions in the world such as University of Oxford, University of Cambridge, Imperial College London and King’s College London, to name few. Degrees earned from the UK are globally recognized and valued by the employers.

The sixth largest economy as of 2022, UK is also home to the touted financial capital of the world, London. It is also one of the most highly globalized economies of the world, with people from all walks of life, coming to London to kickstart their career. 26 of the world’s 500 largest companies are headquartered in UK. A few fundamental factors like academic excellence, quality education, shorter degree length, part-time work option during studies and attract Indian students to the UK.

Key Facts

Important facts to know while studying in the UK

Intakes

January, May, September

Universities in global

Top 10 - 4

International Students in the UK

600,000+

(More than 20% are of Indian origin)

Tuition fee

£10,000 onwards

Average cost of living

£500 - £1,000 onwards (Per month)

Post Study Work duration

$900 - $3,135 / Month (INR 85K - 2.98L)

Top Courses

Explore top courses in the UK.

Student Life

The students in the United Kingdom are very explorable.

Apart from academics, many students do part time jobs and pursue their education. travel a lot to many interesting destinations, The students know how to balance their job and also their education. Students also travel a lot to many interesting destinations, especially during holidays. This enables the students to make decisions on their own and how to be independent in their lives. These students will also get to know about the culture, art, museums and history of the UK and also get rid of homesickness. They have a very safe and a healthy lifestyle and also get to know many people around the globe.

Scholarships to study in the UK

Studying in the UK is affordable with a wide range of scholarships offered to international students.

Chevening Scholarships

Offered toexceptional students from around the world, Chevening Scholarship assists them to study the fully funded Master’s degree for one year.

Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship

Scholarships are awarded to the students from a pool of commonwealth countries, seeking to pursue Master’s or Doctoral degrees in the UK.

Charles Wallace India Trust Scholarships

The UK Government’s GREAT Britain Campaign and the British Council jointly fund postgraduate scholarships for Indian students at some of the UK’s…Read more

Natural sciences & engineering undergraduate awards

Awards available to undergraduate students in natural sciences and engineering.

Scotland’s Saltire Scholarships

Scholarships for postgraduate master’s studies in the fields of science, technology, creative industries, healthcare, and renewable energy.

Rhodes Scholarships

The University of Oxford offers five Scholarships each year to Indian students who demonstrate exceptional intellect, character, leadership, and commitment to service.

GREAT Scholarships

The UK Government’s GREAT Britain Campaign and the British Council jointly fund 13 postgraduate scholarships for Indian students at 12 of the UK’s higher education institutions.

University Specific Scholarships

Clarendon Scholarships at University of Oxford Kingston University International Scholarships Swansea University Undergraduate Scholarships University College London (UCL) Scholarships and more.

Work Oppourtunity

There are plenty of work opportunities for international students in the UK.

Internships

Internships offer a great way to get some work experience while studying. They can be paid or unpaid, and usually last for a few months. Many large companies offer internships, but there are also many smaller businesses and organisations that offer them too.

Part-time work

Earn some extra money while studying with part-time work. There are many types of part-time jobs available, from working in a shop or restaurant to working as a tutor or in a library. You can usually find part-time work through your university or college, or by searching online.

Post Study Work Permit.

After the completion of Bachelor’s/Master’s degree, students are eligible to apply for 2 years’ post study work permit in the UK.

Upon receiving the degree from the University, students are required to fill an online application form for the post study work permit.

During the 2 years’ work permit, the students are required to do 1-year field job or earn £26,000 per annum, thereafter the student is entitled with 3 or 5 years of additional work permit (Skilled Worker Visa).

After the completion of 5 years of work permit, the students are eligible to apply for

Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) in the UK which is equivalent to receiving the Permanent Residence in the UK.

Placements

A placement is a bit like an internship, but it is usually a bit longer – usually lasting for a year. Placements are a great way to get some work experience and learn new skills. Many universities offer placements as part of their courses, so it is worth checking with your university to see if they have any placements available.

Admission

The UK University Study Admission

TThe following are the requirements for the United Kingdom University study admission.

Visa Assistance

The UK University Study Admission

Tier 4 (General) Visa

Who is it for

For students who are 16 or over and are coming to the UK to study a course that is at least six months long

When to apply

Visas can be applied for up to 6 months before starting your course.

Arrival in the UK

You can arrive in the UK up to 30 days before the start of the course.

Tier 4 (Child) Visa

Who is it for

For students who are between 4 and 15 years old and are coming to the UK to study at an independent school

When to apply

Visas can be applied for up to 3 months before starting your course.

Arrival in the UK

You can arrive in the UK up to 30 days before the start of the program.

Tier 4 (Student Visitor) Visa

Who is it for

For students who are coming to the UK to study for up to six months, or for English Language courses up to 11 months

When to apply

Visas can be applied for up to 3 months before starting your course.

Arrival in the UK

You can arrive in the UK up to 7 days before the start of the program.

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