Study in UK

Why UK to Study??

  1. Amazing academic reputation: The UK has a reputation around the world as a country of learning and academia, and it’s not hard to see why. Universities have a centuries-old history in Britain, with Oxford and Cambridge both having been founded over 800 years ago!
  2. Largest library in the world: London is home to the largest library in the world by the number of items categorized — the British Library has more than 170 million items in its catalogue!
  3. Broad choice of degrees: UK universities are known for the wide range of degrees they offer in subjects as diverse as Art and Design, Business and Management and Media Studies.
  4. Shorter degrees: In the UK, you can usually complete an undergraduate degree in 3 years if you study full time. A master’s degree usually takes 1 year. UK courses are generally shorter than other countries, helping to reduce overall tuition fees and accommodation costs.
  5. Cultural attractions: The UK has a lot of history. From the Tower of London and Buckingham Palace, to Stonehenge and Edinburgh Castle; there’s so much see and do.

Benefits of Study in UK

  • Expertise English Language Skills: The UK is the home of English Language, so it is the best place for the international students to become fluent in the English Language.
  • You’ll receive international recognition of your degree: The Universities of the UK are well-known for their excellent academic records. Studying in the UK will boost your resume, whether you want to work for a global company or in a sector like govt. or private.
  • Working While You Study: The economy of the UK is very high and thus students can easily find a part-time job, internship or placement and develop their skills in a particular field, and you can also add this experience to your CV. Some universities also provide work placement, and your university may help in providing placement.
  • You will get Skills You Need to Succeed: You can engage yourself and learn to live, work and think in the English Language. The experience you’ll get by studying in the UK is one that will provide you the skills you need. Here, you will be encouraged to read and explore your thoughts independently.

Requirements To Study In UK

  • An up-to-date passport
  • An English language proficiency qualification IELTS test
  • Proof of how you will be funding your studies
  • A Tuberculosis test (certain countries)
  • CAS form(Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies)
  • Two passport photographs
  • Academic certificates mentioned in CAS form
  • Original birth certificate (and translation if not in English)
  • Proof of payment for immigration health surcharge

How much will my education cost?

Country Tuition fees range Cost of living range
UK £4,000 – £21,000 £9,000 – £12,000

Study in UK without IELTS

ILETS is waived for Indian Students in following conditions:

English language scores in class X and XII

Score in English Subject 60% or above in 10th and 12th class are allowed by some UK universities. Sometimes only your class 12th score is taken into consideration since it is the later of the two scores.

English medium school

If you have studied in a school where all instructions were in English, the admission board in the UK may take this into account as a proof your English level is convincing. That meansIf the students have English as the medium of instruction throughout their academic life and overall good grades, then an admission committee may waive the IELTS requirement.

Conducting a telephone/Skype interview

Some universities may ask you to give an online interview through Skype so they can assess your English level if you have not taken the IELTS and you feel is unnecessary. Usually, they are interviewed over telephone calls which could be at your nearest test center. This interview can determine their English language competence.

Note: If you find a university that waives off the IELTS test, you must ask them hand to you a document that you are eligible to take a visa.

UK universities offering admissions without IELTS to international students

Conditional offers are given at:

  • Birmingham City University
  • The University of Bristol
  • Sheffield Hallam University
  • University of Warwick
  • University of Basel
  • Audencia Nantes School of Management
  • Riga Technical University
  • University of Geneva
  • London Southbank University
  • North Umbria University
  • Robert Gordon University
  • The University of Bolton
  • University of Northampton
  • University of Plymouth
  • University of Portsmouth
  • Swansea University
  • University of Greenwich
  • University of Central Lancashire
  • Aston University

For the students who have passed out his qualification from Nepal/Bangladesh:

The students who passed out his Secondary High School from Nepal & Bangladesh Countries, for such countries required to do IELTS/PTE to get admission in United Kingdom., because there is no waiver in IELTS for these kinds of students who passed out from the above-mentioned countries.

However, there is one University called “Coventry University” conducts exams for these students from Nepal and Bangladesh Countries who did not IELTS/PTE. But in this case, students have limitation of choices with mere one University.

For Coventry University, the students can appear for University’s English Test, otherwise for other options, the students will have to take IELTS/PTE.

The Tuition Fees for Coventry University 16,400GBP. The English Assessment Test-VEPT conducted by Coventry University is Free of Cost.

Other than above mentioned universities requiredIELTS Score

  • Undergraduate: 3-4 Years

IELTS Score:6/5.5

  • Graduate: 1-2 Years

IELTS Score: 6.5/6

  • English Language: IELTS/PTE
  • Intake in UK: September, January, May/June
  • Financial: Tuition Fee- GBP12000-18000p.a
  • Living Cost: In London-GBP11500, Outer London-GBP9500
  • Average Total Cost: GBP 25000-30000

Most Popular UK Courses for Overseas Students

  1. Business Studies
  2. Accounting and Finance
  3. Undergraduate Law
  4. Economics
  5. Art & Design
  6. Computer Science
  7. Mechanical Engineering
  8. Politics
  9. Electrical Engineering
  10. Biological Sciences