Education in the UK enjoys global recognition as being the highest in quality. This means that when you study here, you benefit from greater opportunities in your life and career.
The United Kingdom attracts over 400,000 international students every year. Its long-standing reputation for academic excellence continues to offer graduates the best career opportunities whether they decide to seek work in the UK, USA or return home.
In the UK, students complete 13 years of education before they progress to university. Undergraduate study is three years and postgraduate is one year.
Students can complete a Bachelor’s degree in three years (compared to four years in the US) and a Master’s degree in one year (compared to two years in the US).
Undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the UK are generally shorter than in other countries, which can help to keep the cost of tuition fees and living expenses down.
English Language/Pre-Sessional English
With our partner Universities/Institutions, we can provide services for language learners at all levels. If you want to improve your English to help with your studies or for your career, we have the course for you. All our partner Universities/Institutions are accredited by the British Council and a member of English UK and welcomes hundreds of international students each year.
Many students and professionals from around the world choose to study English language in the UK, all year round. There are many course options to choose, this makes studying more flexible, ensuring you make the most of all the options available.
Pre-Sessional English courses are also available, which will enable students who are 0.5–1.0 IELTS bands below their target course’s entry requirement to develop their English language to the required level.
These International Foundation Programmes are specifically designed to help students develop the academic and language skills required for successful progression on to their chosen undergraduate degree with the university. Students study a mix of language, and subject specific modules as they are introduced to life at a UK university, and learn in fully embedded campus facilities.
Foundation courses are offered in a number of pathways and subject combinations which prepare you for degree courses in areas such as:
Business, Finance & Management / Computing / Law / Art and Design / Engineering / Social Science / Medicine / Science and Pharmacy / Media and Humanities.
Selecting the right foundation programme is dependent on a number of factors such as your current level of education, age and English language level. We offer guaranteed opportunity for progression* to a number of world-class universities in the UK and Europe, allowing you to study on-campus of your preferred progression university.
*Subject to meeting the University selection criteria
International Foundation Year
Choosing the right undergraduate university course isn’t easy, but we can help you make the right decision. Studying at our partner Universities/Institutions will let you build the right skills, gain the right experience, and make the right connections.
We will provide various pathways to get you to your end goal of an undergraduate course. Whether you need additional English language support, fancy taking a year out to travel, or want to work whilst you earn, we’ll be with you at every step of the way.
There are a number of postgraduate study options for students in the UK. A variety of Masters courses are available and they are split into two types:
Taught courses – Help you to build on knowledge gained during your undergraduate study through lectures, seminars and practical work
Research courses – focus more on independent study and involve less guidance from tutors.
Masters programmes usually last one year full time, although some research-based courses can take 18 months to two years to complete. To gain entry onto a course as an international student you will need:
to have gained a Bachelors degree (usually completed over three years, except in Scotland where it takes four years) or an equivalent qualification in another country
to ensure you can meet the required level of English language to participate fully on your chosen course
also anyother subject specific requirements in place where required
Applying for Bachelors:
1.High School Certificate / Transcript
2.CV (In Word Format)
3.Personal Statement (In Word Format)
5.Work Experience Letter (If Any)
Applying For Masters:
3.High School Certificate/Transcript
4.CV (In Word Format)
5.Personal Statement (In Word Format)
7.Work Experience Letter (If Any)
8.IELTS Result OR English Proficiency Letter from the institution that Bachelors was taught and examined in English Language
Cost of Tuition Fee:
The cost of tuition fee varies from University to University and also depends on the whether you wish to study English, Foundation, Bachelors or Masters. The is a general guide for your information only:
English Language: Cost varies between £200 to £250 per week for English lessons with around 23 hours per week.
Foundation: With an initial guide course fee of £12,000 per year, it may vary and some institutions even charge around £15,000
Bachelors: Per year fee varies from £12,000 to even around £32,000 (for medicine). Bachelors in the UK, is around 3 to 4 years program, so bear in mind that you will need to calculate the total fee for whole program.
Masters: Masters/Postgraduate programs are usually one year with some Universities offering as a 2 years program. Fee varies from £12000 per year to around £18000. While in some of the top Universities, fees could be as high as around £32,000.
Cost of Living:
Most students live in university halls of residence in their first year before moving into rented private accommodation in their following years. Many universities offer both self-catered and catered halls of residence, with food included in the price of rent for the latter.
The biggest difference in the cost of living in London compared to the rest of the UK is in rent, with University College London (UCL) estimating accommodation expenses of £8,073 per academic year (nine months/39 weeks). However, you may be able to find more affordable accommodation in university halls or a flat share.
Maintenance is the funds/money you must have to support yourself whilst studying in the UK. Tier 4 (General) Students and Tier 4 (Child) Students are required to demonstrate available maintenance when making an application for leave to study in the UK. You must show that you have enough moneyto cover your course fees (or boarding fees, if applicable) and living costs. The amount of funds you are required to demonstrate will depend on which category you are applying under, the length of your course, where you will study it and your living arrangements whilst you are in the UK.
You must show that you have either:
£1,265 per month for living costs if you are studying in London forthe majority of your study (more than 50% of your studytime);
£1,015 per month for living costs if you are studying outside Londonor anywhere else in the UK for the majority of your study (more than50% of your studytime).
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