About UK

The United Kingdom, where education is pursued with a great deal of love, research, and commitment, is one of the most well-known destinations for higher learning and education on a global scale. Study in the UK is among the greatest in the world, drawing more than 500,000 international students each year. World-class research and innovation are the main driving forces behind and essential components of real learning.

Why Study in UK?

Studying in the United Kingdom (UK) offers numerous advantages for both domestic and international students. Here are some of the key reasons why students from both groups choose to study in the UK:

  • Quality Education

    UK universities are known for their high academic standards and rigorous educational programs. Domestic students can access world-class education and benefit from the reputation of UK degrees.

  • Visa and Immigration Support

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  • Research Opportunities

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Top Universities in United Kingdom

Abertay University

Scotland, UK

Cranfield University

England, UK

Edge Hill University

England, UK

Solent University

England, UK

University of west london

London, UK

Aberystwyth University

Aberystwyth,  UK

Brunel University

England, UK

Hartpury University

Hartpury , England

University of Befordshire

England, UK

The University of Sheffield

England, UK

Education Cost in UK

Type of ExpensesAnnual Expenses in USD
Tuition fees: Typically, between £10,000 and £26,000 annually
Accommodation:The average cost of rent in the UK (outside of London) is £547 in student halls
Transport: £54 a month
Food: £116 a month on average

Admission and Eligibility Criteria?

All UG Applications are submitted through UCAS. Here are the major requirements to study in UK that you need to ensure while applying to a UK University:

  • A valid passport​

  • Academic Transcripts​

  • Portfolio (for specific course)


  • SOP (Statement of Purpose)

  • Resume/CV

  • Recommendation Letter


Can I work in the UK on a study visa?

Yes, you can work in UK on a study visa, but this shall be on a temporary basis and not a permanent one. You cannot even be self–employed or start your business in this case. As a Student on a full-time Student or Tier 4 visa, you are subject to certain restrictions like working for no more than 10 hours per week during term time.

This is when you pursue a below degree level which is a Foundation or Pre-Sessional course. If you are studying at a degree level then you can devote 20 hours per week in term-time. Just remember you cannot work in UK if you are a n a part-time Student Tier 4 visa, any type of visitor visa or a Short term study visa or even if you withdraw from the course due to unknown reasons

Do international students get scholarships in the UK?

Yes, overseas students can get UK scholarships. For this, they can check their eligibility by visiting the UKCISA (UK Council for International Student Affairs) website. There are many financial institutions that offer financial aid to overseas students.

Many of them even offer fully-funded postgraduate studentships. GREAT scholarships are a good way to secure scholarship if you are thinking of pursuing postgraduate degree in the UK. There are 300 GREAT scholarships which are there from 40 UK universities to international students across 15 countries.

How much does it cost to study in UK?

The fees for visa application is 348 GBP which is INR 35,834, for housing it is 500 GBP which is INR 51,486 on a monthly basis. For transportation the monthly expense is 150-200 GBP which INR 15,445 to INR 19,844 and food expense per month comes to 150-200 GBP that is INR 14,883 to INR 20,594.

When it comes to clothing and leisure monthly expense in UK amounts to 50 GBP which is INR 5,148 and Telephone and Mobile comes to the same as clothing. If you are staying in University halls of residence they generally cost anywhere $85 to $220 per week. It depends on the university which includes prices of internet connection, gym membership, content insurance, one’s own personal bathroom as well as catered meals.

How much bank balance is required for UK student visa?

To be able to apply for UK student visa you need to show that you have sufficient funds to support yourself unless you have been residing in the UK for a minimum of 12 months on the date of your application.

The bank balance you need to have also depends on where you shall be studying in UK. Either you are required to have £1,334 per month for a duration of 9 months for courses based in London or £1,023 per month for the same duration if the courses are based outside London.

In case you have opted for boarding at a residential independent school, you also need to pay for boarding fees. This money you should have for a minimum of 28 consecutive days. The ending of this 28 day duration should be within 31 days of the date you apply for your visa.


Can I study in UK without IELTS?

Yes, you can pursue studies in UK without language proficiency tests like IELTS if you apply to universities in UK which have alternate requirements such as having proof of scoring over 60% when in Class XI and XII.

Also, having an English undergraduate degree as well as an available pre-sessional language course for international students. Some of these UK universities who do not require IELTS are the University of Central Lancashire, University of Greenwich, Swansea University, University of Northampton, University of Plymouth, Portsmouth University, and Northumbria University.


Is medical test required for UK student visa?

If you are coming to the UK for more than 6 months and belong to the listed countries, you will need to undertake a tuberculosis (TB) test. You need to submit a chest x-ray to test for TB. If there is no clear result you can even be asked to give a sputum sample (phlegm coughed up from your lungs). If your tests indicate that you have TB then you shall be granted a certificate which is valid for 6 months from the date of your x-ray. You can include this certificate with your UK visa application.

What is CAS?

CAS means and stands for Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies. The rules of UK immigration need your University to sponsor your application for a UK student visa which is not the same as financial sponsorship.

The CAS number means having a confirmation an Unconditional offer of a place to study with the UK universities, and that this is your acceptance. The CAS number shall permit you to study in the UK. This shall be applied by the University to the UK government’s UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI).