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Why Study In The UK ?

Universities in the United Kingdom (UK) are universally recognised as among the best in the world. Students from across the world can choose from thousands of courses offered in the United Kingdom. Over a million students from all over the world have chosen the United Kingdom as their study abroad destination over the past several decades.

Quality, low-cost education

Education and Certifications Accepted Worldwide

Possibilities for groundbreaking study are many.

Safe and thriving neighbourhoods

Aid in the form of scholarships and grants

A Nation Rich in Cultures

The finest environment in which to learn and practise English

You can pick from over 50,000 classes across 25 different disciplines.

Reduced tuition and living expenses due to shorter courses.

Aid in the form of scholarships and grants

Cost Of Studying In The UK

England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland are all part of the United Kingdom, however their tuition rates are different from one another. Costs for higher education in the United Kingdom vary widely according to the student’s intended course of study, institution of higher learning, and location within the country. The average cost of a British education is less than that of an Australian or American one, making it a wise financial decision to study there.

The average cost of an UK education ranges from £10,000 to £26,000 per year. The monthly housing and food expenses of an international student average between £800 and £1,300.

The standard length of time spent earning a bachelor’s degree in the United Kingdom is three years.
Undergraduate Bachelor Degree£6,000 to £16,000 yearly
Postgraduate master’s degree£10,000 to £20,000 yearly
Doctoral Degree£13,000 to £29,000 yearly

UK Universities Take 3 intakes

Intake 1: Term 1 September-October. The major intake
Intake 2: Term 2 January-February
Intake 3: Term 3 May-June For selected Courses.


1 – Must be 18 plus.
2 – Full-time international students at an approved university who hold a Student Visa may work up to 20 hours per week during the academic year and full-time during the academic holidays.
3 – There are distinct beginnings and endings to each semester at all accredited universities, as well as annual holiday breaks. You are free to put in full hours at your employment throughout these intervals.
The only type of work for which a Dependent Visa holder is not permitted to work in the UK is in the medical field. Please note that if your spouse is highly skilled and independently obtains sponsorship from a Tier 2 licenced employer, he or she will not be allowed to “switch” to a Tier 2 General Visa while in the United Kingdom.

Requirements to Obtain a UK Student Visa

1 – Valid passport
2 – Documentation demonstrating sufficient finances to cover tuition and living expenses
3 – Costs for both tuition and living expenses must be covered for a full month.
4 – Confirmation of Acceptance for Study (CAS) Number
5 – The Necessary Paperwork to Apply for the CAS
6 – Passport-sized colour pictures
7 – Tuberculosis testing, if necessary
Note: If there are any additional criteria, your university will let you know before you submit your application.

Post Study Work Options
Students from outside the European Economic Area who are in the United Kingdom on a Tier 4 visa can extend their stay in the country provided they have a work offer with a salary of at least GBP 20,800 per year.
Such students can extend their stay in the UK by switching to a Tier 2 General Visa, which allows them to remain in the country for up to five years.
Gaining employment experience after finishing school will help students qualify for British citizenship.


Your spouse and any children under the age of 18 who are financially dependent on you can come with you to the United Kingdom and study with you if they have a dependent visa.
Eligible to bring a dependents
– Course must be at least 9 months long and be Level 7 and be fully funded by a university.
– Participating in a government-sponsored programme lasting more than 6 months.
– Doctoral candidates in an extended programme.


Where to Apply
Dependents should apply for nationality or country of residence in their country, just like they would for a Student Visa. The form will be filled out online. For each dependent, you must fill out a separate application.
As part of the online application process in most countries, a time is set up to go to the visa application centre to enrol biometrics and turn in supporting papers.
Financial Requirements
Dependents who want a visa must have enough money to cover their living costs in the UK. The visa can be obtained for £680 per month, up to a limit of 9 months. That’s a total of £6,120 per dependent if the visa is given for 9 months or more (9 x £680).
This requirement can be met with a bank account or letter from the bank. The money must be in the name of the student or the name of the student’s spouse or partner. If the person with the UK Student Visa has an official sponsor who pays for the living costs of any dependents, the sponsor can write a letter saying this to meet the financial requirements.


International students who have graduated and are still in the UK on a valid student visa can stay if they have a job offer with a yearly salary of at least GBP 20,800.
Students who want to stay in the UK after they finish their studies in the UK must switch to a Tier 2 General Visa, which lasts up to five years.
Students who work while in school may be able to get permanent residency if they make at least GBP 35,000 a year.