Why Study In UK
  • Gain a world-class education, four of the top six universities in the world are in the UK and qualifications are internationally valued and recognised.
  • UK is one of the most exciting and productive places in the world for research, creativity and innovation. If a student has a passion for learning and wants to be at the forefront of his subject, this is the place to be
  • Undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the UK tend to be shorter than in other countries which can help to keep the cost of tuition fees and living expenses down
  • International students are allowed to work for up to 20 hours a week during term time and full-time during holiday
    UK institutions offer flexibility of choice and enable a student to blend academic and vocational courses of choice.
  • A student can develop a range of skills needed in today’s global workforce, including refining English language skills.
  • UK is such a popular destination for international students, they are sure to meet people from all over the world during their time in the UK.
Education System

Education in the United Kingdom is a regionalized with each of the countries of the United Kingdom having separate systems under separate governments. The UK education system consists of two distinct systems of courses and qualifications which are compatible with each other. One system is followed by England, Wales and Northern Ireland and the other is adopted by Scotland.

Higher education often begins with

  • Undergraduate degrees : Higher National Certificates/Diplomas and Foundation degrees These qualifications allow students to progress to the 2nd or 3rd year of an undergraduate degree based on their results.
  • Bachelor’s : 3 years degree in except for Scotland where the degrees are 4 years.
  • Postgraduate degrees : Postgraduate certificate and Postgraduate diploma range between 9-12 months Master’s : 1 year either taught or by research, Doctorate, a research degree that usually takes at least three years.

The three most important requirements for admission into an educational institution in the UK are:

  • A strong academic background
  • Good command over English Language
  • Adequate financial resources


Note that universities in the UK operate with a large degree of autonomy, that they set their own academic entry requirements & have got the freedom to take their own decisions on individual cases.

If students native language is not English, they will be required to demonstrate English proficiency by gaining an English language qualification prior to the commencement of their programs. Minimum requirements are detailed below; however higher levels may be required for entry onto certain programs

  • IELTS Average Score of 6
  • TOEFL 550 (213 for computer based test)
  • GMAT is required for apply to few top Business schools
  • The British High Commission in India has procedures to facilitate the visa application process. Students should lodge their visa application at one of the application centres, operated by Visa Facilitation Services (VFS).
  • VFS collected the required document and will take biometric information of the student, which includes a photograph and a digital scan of your fingerprints. Along with appointment confirmation, Visa fee receipt. passport and recent photograph. After the document submission student will need to sit a short interview in the visa application centre and will be interviewed by an interviewer
  • All applications lodged at VFS are then immediately forwarded to the High Commission or the relevant Deputy High Commission. The assessment of the visa application and the final decision on whether you would require an interview or not will be taken by an Entry Clearance Officer at the British High Commission or the relevant Deputy High Commission. And if the visa application is successful student passport endorsed with appropriate UK visa is returned to the VFS office by courier & may be asked to come and collect it or it is couriered to student home or office address. The processing time for a settlement application is 95% within 12 weeks.
  • One of the important things that a student arriving in the United Kingdom will have to consider is accommodation. Students are expected to live in shared accommodation which is offered by the University or private Sector-A.
  • Accommodation offered by the University are known as halls of residence which has a member of the staff living in the premises, Shared rooms with or without kitchen. Majority of first year students choose to live in this type of accommodation which is mainly suitable for single students.
  • Private accommodation are flats taken on rent which can also be shared, sharing helps to reduce the cost of living for a student
  • Home-stay is also possible where students live with a UK family in their own home, it’s a great opportunity to learn UK culture and living style

Working alongside to studies is a fantastic way to gain skills for student future career. Many international students in the UK take a part-time job. If Students are on full time study the demands of the course will not allow the student to work for much time and as masters is for 1 year and bachelor is for 3 there is no much free time for students.
Full time students may work part time for a maximum of 20 hours per week during term time and 40 hours per week during the vacation.

Students can stay in the UK for around four months after their course finishes. During this period, they can work full-time in a temporary job until their student visa expires. Student immediately can apply for Tier 2 General visa at any time between course ending and visa finishing. Tier 2 (General) is part of the UKBA Points Based System and is a visa for those that have a graduate level job offer from a UK company. This type of visa can lead to obtaining settlement in the UK.

  • Intakes: January, May, September
  • Tuition fee: Ranges from £10000 to £25000 per year
  • Living cost: London- £10000 per year , Other areas- £7200 per year

No 15 yrs of education is sufficient.

Yes, it is possible in some cases. Some MBA courses regard work experience highly and do not require a bachelor’s degree.

Some universities require the students to pay part of the tuition fees in advance in order to reserve a place for them in the university. In any case it is recommend that all students should make a deposit payment as it facilitates in getting a student visa.

The requirement is university specific, a minimum overall score of 6.0 for IELTS and 80 on the iBT TOEFL is sought by most of the universities.

Cost of living will depend on the location you choose to live.London- £10000 per year. Other areas- £7200 per year

No. Most master’s courses do not require work experience. However, if the student has some experience, it can be advantageous to explain its value in personal statement. MBA in certain Universities require work experience

List Of Universities
  • University of Bristol, UK
  • University of Glasgow, Glasgow
  • University of Birmingham, Birmingham
  • Cranfield University, Cranfield (Pathway and Direct Entry)
  • Queen Mary University of London, London (Direct Entry and UG and PG Transfer Programs)
  • Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne
  • University of York, England (Pathway and Direct Entry)
  • Queen`s University Belfast, Belfast
  • University of Liverpool, Liverpool and London
  • University of Leicester, Leicester (Pathway and Direct Entry)
  • University of Surrey, Guildford, Surrey (Pathway and Direct Entry)
  • Royal Holloway, University of London, Egham (Pathway and Direct Entry)
  • University of Strathclyde, Glasgow (Pathway and Direct Entry)
  • University of Dundee, Scotland (Pathway and Direct Entry)
  • Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh
  • City University, London (INTO)
  • Brunel University London, England (Pathway and Direct Entry)
  • University of Essex, Colchester
  • Oxford Brookes University, Oxford
  • Swansea University, Wales
  • University of Stirling, Stirling & London
  • Aberystwyth University, Aberystwyth
  • Bangor University, Bangor (Pathway and Direct Entry)
  • Coventry University, Coventry & London (Direct Entry and UG and PG Transfer Programs)
  • Kingston University, London (Pathway and Direct Entry)
  • University of Bradford, Bradford
  • Teesside University, Middlesbrough, England
  • University of Portsmouth (Pathway and Direct Entry)
  • Plymouth University, Plymouth
  • University of Westminster, London
  • Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge and Chelmsford
  • Staffordshire University, Stroke on Trent
  • The University of Northampton, Northampton
  • Bournemouth University, Poole, England
  • London South Bank University, London (Direct Entry and UG and PG Transfer Programs)
  • Northumbria University, Newcastle & London
  • Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham (Pathway and Direct Entry)
  • University of Sunderland, Sunderland & London (Direct Entry and UG and PG Transfer Programs)
  • University of Greenwich, London (Pathway and Direct Entry)
  • Liverpool Hope University, Liverpool
  • The University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield (Pathway and Direct Entry)
  • Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester (Pathway and Direct Entry)
  • University of East London, London
  • University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield
  • Birmingham City University, Birmingham
  • De MontFort University, Leicester (Pathway and Direct Entry)
  • University of Chester, Chester
  • Edinburgh Napier University, Edinburgh
  • University of the West of Scotland, Paisley, Scotland
  • Glasgow Caledonian University, Glasgow
  • Middlesex University, London
  • Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield
  • University of Central Lancashire, Preston (Direct Entry and UG and PG Transfer Programs)
  • University of Salford, Manchester
  • University of Roehampton, London
  • Cardiff Metropolitan University, Cardiff
  • University of West London, London
  • University of South Wales, Cardiff
  • University of Bedfordshire, Luton
  • Leeds Beckett University, Leeds
  • University of Wolverhampton, Wolverhampton
  • University for the Creative Arts, Farnham, England
  • Hult International Business School, London
  • BPP University, London
  • Le – Cordon Bleu, London
  • Istituto Marangoni, London (Pathway and Direct
  • QAHE- Ulster University, Birmingham and London Campus
  • Solent University, Southampton (Pathway and Direct)
  • Navitas- Robert Gordon University
  • INTO University of Manchester
  • INTO University of East of Anglia
  • INTO University of Gloucestershire, Gloucestershire
  • Study Group- Durham University
  • Study Group- Keele University
  • Study Group- Lancaster University
  • Study Group- Leeds Beckett University
  • Study Group- University of Leeds
  • Study Group- University of Lincoln
  • Study Group- Liverpool John Moores University
  • Study Group- The University of Sheffield International College
  • Study Group- University of Sussex, Falmer
  • Study Group – Bellerbys College, Brighton
  • Kaplan-University of Aberdeen – ISC (undergraduate pathway programs)
  • Kaplan-University of Brighton
  • Kaplan- UWE Bristol
  • Kaplan- The University of Nottingham- UG Pathway Programs
  • On Campus Birkbeck, University of London (UG and PG Transfer Programs)
  • On Campus The Courtauld University of Art (UG and PG Transfer Programs)
  • On Campus Royal Veterinary College, University of London.
  • On Campus Goldsmiths, University of London (UG and PG Transfer Programs)
  • On Campus University of Hull (UG and PG Transfer Programs)
  • On Campus University of Reading (UG and PG Transfer Programs)
  • Airways Aviation, Oxford, England
  • Cambridge School of Visual & Performing Arts – CSVPA
  • NCUK (1+ 2 UG Business Degree)