Why Study In UK

The UK is an admired destination for international students, and well respected in the education sector – five of the top six universities in the world are in the UK according to a recent poll. Part-time Work Opportunities are available While Studying in the UK. 1-2 year Internships are offered by universities in the UK to develop employment skills in students. Scholarship on tuition fees in the UK is provided in some specific universities only. According to the recently conducted Research Assessment Program .

Career Opportunity

Courses in the UK are generally are less time-consuming in comparison to other countries, this helps to lower the tuition fees and cost of living. The employment scope in the field of electronics, finance, and information technology (IT) sectors is growing very faster in the UK every year. UK’s higher education and required qualifications have an impactful international reputation because students in the UK are encouraged to sharpen their potential to work while enjoying social life also.

List of Colleges

Abertay University

Amity University

Arden University

Arts University Bournemouth

Aston University

Bangor University

Bath Spa University

Bilborough Sixth Form College

Birkbeck University of London

There are over 37,000 undergraduate courses at over 370 providers in the UK. Study in the UK for Indian students usually ranges to five popular courses that have a high placement chance.

Top Courses

Architecture Building Planning

The course is all about planning and designing structures, then putting those plans into effect. Architecture deals with the design stage – using a blend of creativity and scientific knowledge to develop structures of all shapes and sizes.

Business Management And Maths

A large number of students who decide to study in the UK from India usually pursue Business and Management programs, at both the undergraduate and graduate levels of study. At the graduate level, the MBA is aimed at those who have already gained significant professional experience in a business and management role. This remains a very popular option and one that continues to promise high returns in terms of career progression.

Computer Science

As UK education consultants we receive an ambit of students who wish to study a Computer Science degree. This deals with the theoretical foundations of information and computation, taking a scientific and practical approach to computation and its applications.

Creative Arts

The Bachelor of Creative Arts program provides students with exciting opportunities for a future in the creative arts. Students will become experts in creative theory and its cultural context.


Engineering courses tend to place emphasis on mathematical and scientific knowledge. To study in the UK means to put that knowledge into practice through design projects, and networking with industry tycoons. to build on background skills that will be useful in the workplace, such as teamwork and management capability.


A Law degree is generally prepared for a legal career. As UK education consultants, our students talk about the general skills learned through this program which include the research, interpretation, and explanation of complex subjects, analytical thinking and practical problem solving, oral communication, negotiation, teamwork, attention to detail, and the ability to draft formal documents.

Other popular courses to study in UK include, English Literature and Media, Geography, History, Languages, Law, Medicine & Dentistry, Nursing and Health, Politics, Philosophy and Theology, Psychology, Sociology, Sciences & Biosciences, Veterinary Studies and Agriculture, Design courses like Graphic, Animation, Interior, Fashion, VFX, etc.

Tuition Fee

The cost to study in the UK is dependent on many factors, including institution, course, location, and funding opportunities. The most apparent cost advantage to study in the UK for Indian students is the shorter duration of the programs: 3yrs for a UG degree and only 1 year for a Masters's degree.

As UK education consultants we can firmly say that the cost of courses in the UK compares favorably with other major education destinations. The rate of international undergraduate student satisfaction with the cost of living in the UK is also higher than that of other top countries for studying abroad.

Further, education courses vary in length. You may have the option of doing a foundation course and deciding later whether you want to carry on studying and ‘top-up’ to a full degree. This means you can take a break from your studies to return home, or alternate between periods of work and study. Find out more in Further education and Shorter undergraduate courses.

Types Of Accommodation

Both Undergraduate and Postgraduate students are guaranteed accommodation by many universities in their Halls of Residence, for at least their first year at the university, provided they inform the university within the given deadlines.

On-Campus: College hostels (self-catered or fully catered)

Off-Campus: Renting a flat/apartment

Homestay: With the Families near the institution.

The overall cost to study in the UK is dependent on many factors, including institution, course, location, and funding opportunities. On average, an undergraduate student pursuing a 40 weeks long course may approximately spend up to Rs. 8 - 9 lakhs, while a postgraduate student (one year) may approximately spend nearly Rs. 10 - 11 lakhs. Many UK shops and restaurants offer a student discount and you can also get great deals on travel passes to help make life more affordable. Private accommodation can be expensive than most university accommodations. Monthly expenses in the UK will vary according to the location of your university. As UK education consultants we provide guidance on how much an international student should expect to spend on living expenses. If you wish to study in London, you should expect to approximately pay £13,521.


The main intake to study in the UK is Sep/Oct. Few universities offer Jan/Feb intakes as well. English Language Requirements: The minimum score for IELTS is 6.5 for PG courses and 6.0 for UG Studies. Some Universities take into consideration the marks scored in English in XII. If students have scored up to 75%, some universities waive off the English requirement.

*Please note TOEFL and PTE are accepted by selected UK Universities.

Entry Requirements / Eligibility:

Undergraduate: Most ranked Universities require 80-85% for Engineering, Law, and Management. Some Universities with high ranking for specific subjects might also require a minimum of 90%. IB: 38-40 points and A levels -AAA preferred. Entry requirements for Humanities, Arts, Social Science & Computer Science is 70-80% Students who wish to study in the UK from India but have scored lower than 60% in XII have the option to choose Foundation and Diploma courses which help them get into better-ranked Universities. Students pursuing UG studies should have completed 18 years of age before commencing a degree program.

Postgraduate: Most Universities prefer an overall of 60% marks in the UG degree, whilst some also require 70-75% min for a Master's course.

Some Universities will accept 50-60%, any additional qualification or work experience also helps. Students with a low percentage can apply for a Pre-Masters course. The duration of work experience required for an MBA program is from 0-4 years. Many Universities accept students without work experience as well. Most AMBA accredited University requirements will include GMAT + 25 years of age + minimum 3 years of full time work experience after graduation. Moreover, at least 1 year of Senior-level Management experience is preferred.

The education system in the UK gives students the freedom to combine courses and subjects from different areas of studies so that they can tailor their degree to their own needs and interests.

The Education System in the UK is divided into four main parts, Primary education, Secondary education, Further education, and Higher education. Children in the UK have to legally attend primary and secondary education which runs from about 5 years old until the student is 16 years old.

Education Chart / Information

In the UK, the "O" level is equivalent to SSC, "A" levels (2 years) is equivalent to HSC, Bachelor's is for 3 years, 4 years are Sandwich programs, Master's are for 1 year and Ph.D. for 3 years.

1.Types Of Certification


3.Open University

4.College and Institution of Higher Education

5.Open College

6.College of Technology

7.Teacher Training College


As UK education consultants here are a few Frequently Asked Questions we receive

Are there any benefits offered to international students when they decide to study in the UK? International students receive two main benefits.

NHS (National Health Service):

All international students who study in the UK for a period of 6 months or more qualify for Health Care. There is a nominal charge for the same which a student pays at the time of Visa application.

National Union Of Students:

Loads of discounts are negotiated on behalf of their student members on things like books, stationery, food, clothes, travel, and entertainment. All students are entitled to free NUS membership.