Study in UK2018-08-17T13:27:15+00:00

                                         Why Study in U.K?

England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland make up the United Kingdom (UK) Study in the UK offers a long history of teaching the world’s greatest leaders, thinkers and artists. One can choose from traditional UK universities that have been taught for hundreds of years, or modern, state-of-the-art universities and colleges throughout England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales. For Indian Students, UK is like home away from home

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Overview of Education System for U.K

  • UK degrees and qualifications are recognized worldwide and have a large number of International students.

  • Duration of UG courses is 3-4 years and PG courses are 1 year. Many courses have an option of taking one full year as a placement year.

  • Tuition Fees ranges from Rs.9 lakhs – Rs. 15 Lakhs per year with good scholarships for deserving students.

  • The Cost of living is around Rs. 9 lakhs per year including accommodation, meals and transportation.

  • Students can work for 20 hours part time per week and full time during vacations.

  • Major intakes: September and January

Admission Requirements in U.K

  • Most Universities do not need any GRE or SAT tests for admissions. GMAT may be needed for some MBA programs.

  • IELTS requirements: 6.5 for Masters; 6.0 for Bachelors with pre-sessional English courses for students who don’t qualify.

  • Students who score a 70 percent above in English in class 12th can also get a waiver for IELTS.

  • LOR from teachers/professors or employers

  • A Statement of purpose of applying to the University.

  • Well balanced extra-curricular activities, Internships and Community Service. Also a crisp resume.

Top Universities and Colleges of U.K

Steps to Apply for Study in U.K

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