Study In UK

Hundreds of thousands of international students study in the UK each year, giving the UK a consistently high ranking in popularity. With a diverse population and a reputation for prestigious schooling, the UK is a natural location for international students. For students worldwide seeking an English-language education, what better place to study than the country that invented the language? 

With an excellent higher-education system, traditions of excellence dating back hundreds of years, high-class institutions on every corner, and much more flexibility than many other countries, the UK promises a rich experience for international students.

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Why Study In UK?

Great for international students

British universities have decades of experience working with international students making it one of the most popular countries to travel to for education.

Shorter study periods

Bachelors in the UK only run for 3 yrs, while Masters programs run for 1 yr! You get to save money while studying here.

World-renowned universities

Degrees from UK higher education providers are globally renowned. The education will provide you with a solid foundation and boost your potential for having a higher salary and finding the job you want.

Graduate visa

A Graduate visa permits you to stay in the UK for at least 2 years after completing a course in the UK.

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Education Levels and Cost

Foundation studies
Students who do not meet the university entry requirements usually have to undertake a foundation program that lasts between 6 months and 2 years.ts.

Bachelor programs
The average duration is 3-4 years.

Masters Degree
The average duration is 2 years and you need a GPA of 60% and above to qualify for direct entry into a University.

Doctorate Degree
Usually, the study period for a UK doctoral degree is 3-4 years full-time or 6-8 years part-time. Some programs can be undertaken as ‘distance learning’ (i.e. at the candidate’s location rather than the awarding institution).

Tuition costs
Tuition fees for undergraduate students range from £10,000 a year to about £18,000 a year, depending on the course and institution. Fees for postgraduate courses vary based on the program, course duration, and the course provider and can run up to GBP 24,000 a year.

Popular Fields Of Study

Physiotherapy

Law

Actuarial Science

Sports Management

Medicine

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