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Study in United Kingdom

With a reputation for world-class research, the United Kingdom is a global pioneer in several departments of education including engineering, science, art and design, business and management, law and finance. The United Kingdom offers a globally distinguished education system along with specializations that can make an exceptional difference to your future.

The UK institutions have been lauded with many accreditations for their excellent quality of programs and many of its universities are highly ranked by QS World Rankings and The Times' Higher Education Ranking. Apart from being a hub of great educational institutions, the United Kingdom is one country that would bring forth most amazing cultural experiences.

Why study in UK?

  • Globally recognized universities and programs - The top 5 institutions in the UK are:
    • University of Oxford
    • University of Cambridge
    • Imperial College, London
    • University College London (UCL)
    • University of Edinburgh
  • Education in the UK is closely monitored by The Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) for higher education and a regular evaluation is done by authorized organizations to maintain the quality of programs.
  • Education in the UK undertakes 5% of global scientific research and produces 14% of the cited papers.
  • Education system in the UK offers flexibility in and vocational courses of your choice.
  • The facilities for international students are extensive thereby making the UK a great study environment. London is ranked as the 5th best student friendly cities in the world.
  • The UK is home to 4, 36,585 international students from more than 180 countries - The diversity is welcomed and thought processes are shaped through open interactions.
  • The United Kingdom has a world-class research intensive group of 24 universities known as The Russell Group. They bring out the 2/3rd of the leading research done in the universities of United Kingdom.
    •   University of Birmingham
    •   University of Bristol
    •   University of Cambridge
    •   Cardiff University
    •   Durham University
    •   University of Edinburgh
    •   University of Exeter
    •   University of Glasgow
    •   Imperial College London
    •   King's College London
    •   University of Leeds
    •   University of Liverpool
    •   London School of Economics and Political Science
    •   University of Manchester
    •   Newcastle University
    •   University if Nottingham
    •   University of Oxford
    •   Queen Mary University of London
    •   Queen's University Belfast
    •   University if Sheffield
    •   University of Southampton
    •   University College London
    •   University of Warwick
    •   University of York

Academics in UK

  • The UK education system encourages cross-disciplinary studies and the development of transferable skills (e.g., critical thinking, teamwork and communications).
  • The subjects taught here are suited to the needs of the industry and prepare you for today's professional settings. The interactions and intellectual capacity automatically evolves much better as one studies with students from different parts of the world and learn from faculty that is world class.
  • The common and only entry route for the United Kingdom's University study is A – Level.
  • It's mandatory to prove reading, writing and speaking ability for English if you are going to UK for studies.

Types of Universities

  • Russell Group Universities
  • Ancient Universities
  • Polytechnic and Metropolitan Universities

Top Courses

  • Law by (BCI)
  • Medicine
  • Computer Science
  • Psychology
  • Education
  • Architecture
  • Modern Languages & Linguistic
  • Physiotherapy

Intakes in Colleges in UK

There are two intakes in UK Universities:

  • September - October intake
  • January - February intake
  • April- May intake for a few courses

Scholarships in UK Universities

Institutions in the UK offer many scholarships options for international students who are willing to pursue their higher education in the country. The students get immense opportunities to qualify for scholarships at all levels including undergraduate, postgraduate (i.e. Masters and MBA), and even Ph.D. programs.

UK Study Route (Visa) Requirement

To get the Student Visa in the UK i.e. Tier 4 (General) Student Visa, students must abide by the government's eligibility requirements including

  • Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) from the respective university.
  • Evidence of funds for course fees as well as monthly living costs.
  • English language skills
  • Students also need to pay the health surcharge to access the UK's National Health Service.
  • International Students can submit their visa application online through the UK visa and immigration center website.

Post Study work permit in UK

According to the latest update by British Council, from 1st Jul'21 international students who have completed UG or master's degree will be given two years of post-study work permit after studies, and student completing PhD can stay for three years after studies.

Eligibility for Graduate Route

  • International student must have valid student vise while applying for the Graduate Route.
  • The Graduate Route needs a new visa application.
  • International students should be aware of Confirmation Acceptance for Studies (CAS) used for Student application i.e. Tier 4 in order to apply for the Graduate Route.

SIEC has been placing students to study in UK universities and colleges, for than 25 years. At SIEC, we guide and assist you with the complete application process and help you study at your dream destination, UNITED KINGDOM.

Cost of Education & Accommodation in UK

Education in the UK is relatively expensive by Indian standards and the tuition fee may vary according to the course and the University you choose to study at. The education expanse ranges from £12,000 to £17,000 annually.

  • As compared to the other cities in the UK, the cost of studying and living is higher in London and South England.
  • Apart from the tuition fee, a major part of your total budget may go into accommodation. Living in private accommodations can be expensive as compared to the University hostels. Basic utilities and living expenses are quite higher than the rest of the countries.
  • The living expense may range
    Accommodation £400 - £600 monthly
    Unities £40 - £50 monthly
    Food £160 - £200 pounds monthly
  • Working part-time while studying might help you to manage your expenses. There are ample opportunities available for part-time work, internship, or placements during the summer or winter break.
  • The UK's Study Route (Tire-4) permits the students to work maximum of 20 hours per week, only if the student is studying at degree level and above.
  • Full-time work is only permitted during the vacations.