About U.K
  • Made up of four countries- England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, the United Kingdom is a especially fashionable study purpose in support of Indian students.
  • The UK has more than 100 universities and approximately 165 higher education institutions include universities with colleges.
  • With early and conventional universities such like Oxford, Cambridge, Imperial, University College London to present universities, and the UK offers incredible for every student in a selection of subject areas.
  • Taught Master courses are no more than for 1 year. You do not need 16 years of education to practice a Masters degree in mainly subjects.
  • Mainly undergraduate (bachelors) degrees are for 3 years in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
  • Scotland has various excellent universities, a different education system than the have a rest of the UK and a 4 year undergraduate degree.
Advantages of Studying in U.K:
  • The UK institutions constantly rank between the most excellent in the world and qualifications are internationally appreciated and predictable
  • The UK undertakes 5 percent of the world’s scientific research and produces 14 percent of the worlds for the most part of frequently cited papers.
  • UK institutions present flexibility of variety and allow you to combine academic and vocational courses of your selection.
  • The teaching and study thoughts used in the UK give you the freedom to be innovative and develop skills sets and confidence.
  • As a student you get the opportunity to be taught by the world's important academics and experts; you also profit from their constant academic support.
  • UK degrees can be adapted to your benefit and often include particular modules.
  • The UK is the home of English so an ideal place to expand language skills and develop employment prospects.
Courses Offered
  • Degree courses
  • Vocational training
  • Diplomas
  • Postgraduate courses.
  • Sandwich courses whereby part-time work and real experience is collective among the course period.
  • First degree courses of 3-4 years period
  • Diplomas and vocational courses of 1-2 years with the Vocational and Technical Education Councils conferring the degree certificate.
  • Postgraduate study may be in one of two forms - also as a work of independent research in supervision or a taught course of one or two year’s period.

Required tests:

  • IELTS or TOEFL scores or every equivalent as a evidence of English Proficiency
  • Diploma programs: Overall group score of 5.0
  • Bachelor’s Degree: Overall group score of 6.0
  • Masters Programs: Overall group score of 6.0 – 6.5



Document required for Admission:
  • Copy of passport/visa (if available)
  • Academic transcript
  • Certificate of graduation
  • Certificate of English proficiency – IELTS/TOEFL/PTE Test/Other
  • Personal statement
  • Reference letters
  • CV (if applicable)

Living Expenses:

  • Cost of living:
  • 11385 GBP (Inner London – 9 months)
  • 9135 GBP (Outer London – 9 months)
  • Cost of education:
  • An average of 7500 pounds per year*
  • Fees information given are of informative nature may vary from university to university/


Residence hall, Private hostels, home stays, public and private apartment are some of the accommodation options available in UK.

Job After Graduation

Most non-EU former students go residence after their studies, but of those who want to effort in the UK, many affect for a Tier 2 visa. To be qualified for a Tier 2 visas: You must have been accessible a job at a particular skills level by a manager with a Tier 2 visa sponsor license.