Study in UK


Why study in UK?

The UK ranks second in the world for the quality of its scientific and research institutions.

The UK institutions consistently rank among the best in the world and qualifications are internationally valued and recognized.

With a history dating back almost eight hundred years, the UK way of learning has inspired education systems all over the world.

UK Universities and Research Institutions have produced 107 Nobel Prize Winners and it is no surprise that many of the world’s greatest thinkers and leaders have studied in the UK, including Mahatma Gandhi, Desmond Tutu, George Soros, and John F. Kennedy.

54% of the research conducted by UK universities and colleges is classed as ‘World-leading’.

  • UK universities, colleges and schools will provide a vibrant, creative and challenging environment.
  • Many other countries are now trying to follow the example of the UK.
  • UK scientists and institutions have won almost 100 Nobel Prizes for their scientific achievements.
  • The UK higher education system combines the best elements of tradition & modernity.
  • Educational institutes provide a vibrant, creative & challenging environment.
Education System: 10 + 2 + 3 + 1
  • After 10th a student has an option of doing 2 years of National Diploma or A level.
  • After 12th a student can go for 3 years of Bachelor Degree, which can be completed in 2 ways:
    • Direct admission to university
    • Doing HND course for 2 years in College and then 1 last year in university.
      (Normally fees are cheaper compared to university so, cost benefit)
  • After completion of Bachelors Degree student can pursue Master Degree, which is normally of 1 year duration.

For admission and visa purpose in UK, UKVI is preferred.

Diploma : 5.5 Bands or above
Bachelor : 6.0 Bands or above
Master Degree : 6.5 or above.
Tuition Fees for one year
Bachelor Degree
Master Degree
5,000 to 8000
8,000 to 12,000
12,000 to 22,000
Living and Food expenses
In London
Outside London

For visa purpose visa officer would like to see student has amount which is more than or equivalent to the amount of living expenses for 9 months in addition to the balance of fees pending to be paid for first year.

Some Universities may also give a part of tuition fee waiver or scholarships to International students who have good and exceptional academic background.

Part time work hours with study…
20 hours
Studying Bachelor degree (RQF level 6 (and equivalents)) or above full time course.
10 hours
Studying full time course below Bachelor degree level in Public funding HEI or if aged above 16 years and below 18 years.
0 hours
Studying with Private Institutes or studying Part time or age below 16 years.

Few Master Degree courses also offer paid internship where students are allowed to work for full time.

Many Bachelor Degree courses have an option of a ‘Sandwich Year’ so the students have a chance to get international exposure during their tenure of working with the international companies.