Study in UK

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Why Study in UK as an Indian Student?

What are the Best Courses to Study in the UK?

What are the Universities in UK?

  1. University of Glasgow: Founded in 1451, the University of Glasgow is one of the oldest universities globally. It has a diverse student population and has a strength of around 35,000 students, among which over 40% are international students.
  2. University of Warwick: The University of Warwick is known for its research developments and citations. It holds the 53rd position in the top 100 universities in the world. Over 43% of its students are from other countries, proving that it is a preferred place to study for international students.
  3. University of Manchester: The largest university in the UK, the University of Manchester boasts of a relatively good female to male student ratio. For example, it is known for several pathbreaking discoveries like breaking the atom. 
  4. King’s College, London: This world-famous college is situated in the most vibrant city in the UK, London. It has the largest healthcare learning in Europe and is the 7th best University in the UK. Also, it holds the 35th rank globally.
  5. University of Edinburgh: It is one of Britain’s and Ireland’s oldest universities. The University of Edinburgh is one of the most preferred universities by international students, thus making them 44% of the total student strength.
  6. London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE): It is considered one of the leading social science universities in the world. LSE scores high in research, citations, and international outlook. 
  7. UCL: UCL has a 10.6 score of student per staff, making it the highest-ranking one in this respect. It was one of the first universities in the UK to admit women on the same scale as men.
  8. Imperial College, London: With a whopping 69% of its students as international, the Imperial College is a science-focused institution. It is located in the heart of the city as well.
  9. University of Cambridge: There would never be a soul who hasn’t heard about the University of Cambridge. It is the fourth-oldest university globally and has an overall score of 94.6. It has scored top in five respects in the Times Higher Education ranking; in teaching, international outlook, citations, and overall impression. 
  10. University of Oxford: The Universities of Oxford and Cambridge hold a position so high that they go hand-in-hand in several respects. Nobody should explain the reverence a degree from these universities would give you. 
Cost of Study in UK for Indian Students

The UK is a multicultural country widely popular among Indian students. The UK is the second most-preferred country by students for overseas education. The cost is not too low, and a few things need to be considered before finalizing your decision. International students' tuition fees vary highly depending on the course and the place of study. It can range from 9000 GBP - 38,000 GBP.

01 UG 8000 GBP - 30,000 GBP INR 7,10,000 - INR 27,00,000
02 PG 12,000 GBP - 35,000 GBP INR 10,70,000 - INR 31,00,000
03 Engineering 11,880 GBP - 23,760 GBP INR 12,00,000 - INR 24,00,000
04 Medicine GBP 30,548 - 64,652 GBP INR 28,00,000 - INR 61,00,000
Cost of Living in UK?

You might be wondering about the cost of living in the UK and we do not want you to be all anxious about it before beginning your wonderful journey. It is for that reason that we provide something to help you. All the expenses mentioned above are monthly. It should be noted that they come outside your tuition fees. In the case of accommodation, you have two options in front of you. You can either go with the university residence or private housing. The university residency proves to be a cheaper option. As for transportation, you may get student concessions in various forms like railcard.

01 Food 290 GBP - 410 GBP
02 Accommodation 680 GBP - 810 GBP
03 Personal Needs 135 GBP - 260 GBP
04 Social Activities 45 GBP - 120 GBP
05 Miscellaneous 20 GBP - 55 GBP
06 Entertainment 10 GBP - 40 GBP
What are the Requirements to Study in UK?

It should also be noted that these measures are all relative and will differ according to the course and university that you are applying to. Apart from these, you will need all the basic requirements like a student visa, DLI, documents etc.

What Exams are Requirements to Study in UK?

The exams prove that English proficiency is required for any non-native English speaker to study in the UK. You can choose one among them according to your university or course demands.

These constitute the standard English Proficiency Tests. However, there are other subject-specific tests as well. For instance, the GMAT for Business Degrees, LNAT for Law, MAT for Mathematics, GAMSAT for Medical School etc.

How to Study in the UK without IELTS?

It is possible to study in the UK without even attempting the IELTS. There are a few eligibility criteria to get into a university without IELTS. These will help you get an idea and reconsider things if you need to.

A few universities that do not give much importance to IELTS are Birmingham City University, University of Warwick, University of Bristol, Northumbria University etc.

Scholarship to Study in UK?

The UK provides many scholarships for international students, and they can be categorised based on your course and university. A few scholarships provide you with a specific amount of money every year or the first year alone. Some other scholarships cover your tuition fees wholly or partially, so you need not worry about your course fees much. SCHOLARSHIP DETAILS AMOUNT AWARDED (GAP)
01 Scotland’s Saltire Scholarships The scholarship is offered to Master’s students in science & related courses 8000 GBP
02 Global Wales Postgraduate Scholarships for International Students PG students in India, the USA, Vietnam, & countries of the British Union are eligible for this 10,000 GBP
03 Transform Together Scholarships for International and European Union (non-UK) Students All full-time UG & PG students are qualified 50% off on tuition fees
04 Nottingham Developing Solutions Scholarships 105 Master’s students of any discipline will be eligible for this scholarship 50-100% off on tuition fees
05 UCL Global Masters Scholarships for International Students 70 students doing their Master’s Degree will be eligible 15,000 GBP
06 Allan & Nesta Ferguson Charitable Trust Masters Scholarships at University of Sheffield All PG students at the University of Sheffield will be qualified to have this scholarship 100% off on tuition fees
07 UWE Millennium Scholarship for International Students Students pursuing the eligible PG programs will stand a chance to get it 50% off on tuition fees
08 The Glenmore Medical Postgraduate Scholarship at the University of Edinburgh Both full-time and part-time students at the University of Edinburgh are eligible 100% off on tuition fees
09 Eira Francis Davies Scholarship at Swansea University Students pursuing their PG degrees in Medicine are eligible 100% off on tuition fees
10 Glasgow International Leadership Scholarships All Master’s students at the University of Glasgow will be eligible 10,000 GBP
UK Student Visa

The UK is one of the best countries to study in as chosen by several international students. Even after the pandemic, the applicants and student intake pool have never been low. The fact that the UK is home to several world-class universities leads to the massive popularity that the country enjoys.

Application Process

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When you feel confident about your programme choice, you can apply.

Climatic Conditions

Britain is an island country and the surrounding sea gives England a varied climate. We never know what the weather will be like from one day to the other. It can be sunny one day and rainy the next. As we have such a variable climate changing from day to day, it is difficult to predict the weather. In general, we have warm summers and cool winters. Our summers are cooler than those on the continent, but the winters are milder.

Future Intakes

There are mainly two intakes in the UK, September/October Intake and January/February Intake. Some universities in the UK also provide April / May intake for a few courses.

January Intake

January intake is the secondary intake. Not as many courses are offered in the January intake compared to the September intake, but this intake gives an opportunity to the students who have missed the admission in the main intake. It gives students some more time to work on their applications. The application deadlines will fall between June and September and will change from course to course and University to University.

September Intake

The main intake in the UK is in September. It is also called autumn intake in the UK. Most Universities in the UK offer all the courses in the September intake. The application deadlines for the September intake will fall between February and May of that academic year. However, it will always vary based on course and changes from University to University. Students should check the respective university for the details.

May Intake