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Study in the UK

Top 5 Reasons to Study in UK

  • Qualifications from the United Kingdom are recognized and respected all over the world.

  • UK programmes have some of the highest quality standards in the world.

  • Shorter study periods and Affordable cost of study.

  • Gain UK work experience while studying by working part-time in addition to studying.

  • The United Kingdom is a growing destination with a multicultural society that supports and respects the customs and traditions of various cultures.

Quick Facts about UK

  • Population: 68 Million 

  • Capital: London

  • Largest City: London 

  • Major Language: English 

  • Major Religion: Christianity 

  • Currency: Pound Sterling (GBP)

  • Dial Code: +44

Higher Education System 

  • Undergraduate (After 12th): 3-4 Years 

  • Master’s: 1-2 Years 

  • Doctoral: 3 Years

General Admission Requirements

Bachelor’s Degree in the UK

  • Academics: 55% Above marks in 12th /Equivalent

  • English Language Proficiency: IELTS 6.0 to 6.5; Duolingo 110-120 

  • Other Requirements: Statement of Purpose, Recommendation Letters, and Resume 

Note: Certain universities may waive off your IELTS requirements

Master’s Degree in the UK

  • Academics: 55% Above marks in Degree 

  • English Language Proficiency: IELTS 6.5; PTE  58; Duolingo 110-120  

  • Other Requirements: Statement of Purpose, Recommendation Letters, and Resume  


Note: Certain universities may waive off your IELTS requirements

Popular Courses

  • IT & Computer

  • MBA & Management Studies 

  • Art & Design 

  • Social Studies 

Top 20 Universities & Colleges in the UK (Latest QS Rankings)

  1. University of Cambridge

  2. University of Oxford

  3. Imperial College London

  4. University College London

  5. The University of Edinburgh

  6. The University of Manchester

  7. King's College London

  8. The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

  9. University of Bristol

  10. The University of Warwick

  11. University of Southampton

  12. University of Glasgow

  13. University of Leeds

  14. University of Birmingham

  15. Durham University

  16. The University of Sheffield

  17. University of St Andrews

  18. University of Nottingham

  19. Newcastle University

  20. Queen Mary University of London

Cost of Studies

  • Undergraduate:   GBP 10,000-20,000/ Year

  • Post Graduate:    GBP 10,000-20,000/ Year 

  • Doctoral:              GBP 15,000-24,000/ Year

  • Cost of Living      GBP 10,000-12,000/ Year


                      Total      GBP 20,000-32,000/ Year​

Student Visa Requirements

  • Valid passport visa application form

  • Passport-sized recent photograph

  • Proof that you have paid the visa fee/ visa application fee

  • Proof of funds/financial evidence

  • Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) 

  • Approval Scheme (ATAS) certificate (If needed)

  • Medical test results for tuberculosis

  • Payment of the Immigration Healthcare Surcharge (IHS)

  • Written agreement from financial sponsor (in case of sponsorship)

  • Visa interview

Post Study Careers

  • Graduate route: The Graduate route is designed for international students who have earned their degree from a recognized university in the UK to stay and look for work for at least two years.

  • Any international student having a visa and is enrolled in a recognized UK higher education from September 2020 is eligible for stay back period after their graduation.

  • Once the PSW visa expires, those who are looking to stay longer in the UK need to apply to a skilled work visa or general work visa (Tier 2 visa).

Top 5 Reasons to Study in UK
Quick Facts about UK
Higher Education System (Academic)
General Admission Requirements
Popular Courses
Top 20 Universities in the UK
Cost of Studies
Student Visa Requirements
Post Study Careers
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