ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW TO STUDY IN U.K.

Undergraduate Admissions

Undergraduate courses at UK universities provide world class Education, leading edge facilities, its high standard of educational system and outstanding quality is acknowledged globally by employers. International undergraduate applications to all UK universities are managed by UCAS (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service). Majority of international students elect Bachelor’s degree, which lasts for 3 years but some courses are longer in case of Science and Engineering programs. Students can also opt for a dual honours undergraduate degree apart from the standard 3-year undergraduate degree and focus on their chosen courses and split their times across two different courses. A sandwich course will last four years and involve spending one year on a work placement related to your field of study. An accelerated Degree with one-year work placement related to the field of study also adds up to a full time degree program.

Intakes Available

The academic year for many Universities in the United Kingdom begins from mid-September or in January. There are different deadlines for applying for different courses, and to different universities relevant to courses you’re interested in.

English Requirement

English Language Proficiency is required by all International students whose first Language is not English. A minimum Score of 6.0 in IELTS is required in the first year level. IELTS Score of 6.0/5.5 for undergraduate is considered desirable. Students can even get admission without IELTS if they have scored above 70% in their Higher Secondary.

Admission Documents

  • All the academic documents, including Xth, XIIth and Bachelor Degree 
  • Two Letter of Recommendations
  • Statement of Purpose
  • Work Experience Documents if applicable
  • Resume
  • IELTS TRF
  • Any Certificates and achievement documents.
  • Birth Certificate

Expense of Study

The average cost of an undergraduate degree in the UK for international students ranges between £10,000 and £35,000 annually. When you search for courses, you can see the structured Course fees for courses at a glance. The below table can give students a comparative idea of the Course money. We will then assist our students to headway on how to apply for Loan to cover tuition fees and Living cost.

Postgraduate Admissions

A postgraduate or master’s course in within UK trails after the successful completion of a 3 year undergraduate degree, generally lasting for only one year compared to the two-year Masters Programmes found elsewhere within the world.

There are diverse types of masters offered by various Universities in U.K.

1. Taught Masters

A taught master’s degree will include some research but special importance will be on learning by teaching methodology. A student with a qualification close to a 3 year undergraduate degree will be entitled/permitted to apply. There are four main types of taught programme, Master of Arts (MA), Master of Science (MSc), Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Master of Engineering (MEng), with each lasting 1-2 years full-time Programme. A taught programme, may include continuous assessment, examinations and final assessment for a master’s degree and often based on submission of a dissertation. Students are expected to attend weekly seminars, tutorials and lectures, much like an undergraduate degree, and assessment can be via exam, dissertation or project.

2. Research Masters

If you are interested in a masters by research, explore what aspects of your undergraduate studies you enjoyed the most and which areas you would have loved to study further, to acquire more advanced skills and training for a profession for a post graduate research at a PhD level. These courses are more independent in nature. A Research degree will help focus students take more responsibility for his or her work and schedule, basing their study around a thesis while being supervised usually by an expert senior academic supervisor and carry out extensive research, using detailed research methods. You’ll be trained in research methods and expected to do a substantial research project – a large piece of work that requires skill in setting objectives, fact finding, analysis, and interpretation. Your work should demonstrate a special understanding of the research methods appropriate to your specialist subject. The most prevalent research degree is a PhD, which usually takes 3-4 years to complete, and consists of in scripting a thesis between 60,000 – 100,000 words which is then presented in an oral examination or Viva.

Intakes Available

The academic year for several Universities for Masters Degree start usually in September (Fall) and January (Winter). However, a couple courses also begins in April (summer).

English Requirement

International students from Non-English-speaking countries will have to essentially prove their efficiency of English Language. They need a minimum score of 6.5 in IELTS,

​IELTS score of 6.5 / 6.0 for undergraduate is measured as desirable. Students can acquire admission even without IELTS, if they have scored above 70% in their class XIIth.

Admission Documents

  • All the academic documents including Xth, XIIth and Bachelor Degree 
  • Two Letter of Recommendations
  • Statement of Purpose
  • Work Experience Documents if applicable
  • Resume
  • IELTS TRF
  • Any certificates and achievement documents.
  • Birth Certificate

Expense of Study

The average cost of a postgraduate and Master’s degree within UK for an international student is, around £12,500 – £16,000. You will be able to understand the postgraduate fees when you search for the specific courses and there is a range of choices that you can look into. Tuition fees at a postgraduate level can vary on the type of Masters (course) you wish to study, which part of the UK you wish to study in, and university ranking.

Pre Master’s & Foundation Programme

A Foundation Programme or Undergraduate pathway may be a program for university preparation for undergraduate levels that helps entrants to adapt to the country of studying, to enhance the extent of the foreign language knowledge, and to accumulate additional academic skills. This may make sure that an entrant meets all the prerequisites for studying at the university. Foundation studies are designed to develop the skills and the subject-specific familiarity required to undertake a master’s course and specialize in a subject area. A pre-masters course or Postgraduate pathway within the UK is designed to systematize students who wish to pursue their master’s degree within the UK. This program provides you academic tools similar to academic writing, attentive listening skills, and basic knowledge of scholastic terminologies thus prepares you for a master’s Programme.

Intakes Available

The academic year for several Universities for Masters Degree start usually in September (Fall) and January (Winter). However, a couple of courses also begins in April (Summer).

English Requirement

A student should have completed an undergraduate degree or class 12th at a recognized institution with a minimum of a pass degree. For a typical two-semester Pre-Masters or Foundation program, a minimum IELTS score of 5.5 is required.

Admission Documents

  • All the academic documents including Xth, XIIth and Bachelor Degree 
  • Two Letter of Recommendations
  • Statement of Purpose
  • Work Experience Documents if applicable
  • Resume
  • IELTS TRF
  • Any certificates and achievement documents.
  • Birth Certificate

Expense of Study

The average cost of a Pre Master’s & Foundation Programme within the UK for an international student is, around £9,500 – £16,000. You will be able to understand the structure of the fees, when you search for the specific courses and there is a range of choices that you can look into. Tuition fees vary on the type of Masters (course) you would like to review to study and therefore the duration of the pathway.