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Why Study in UK :-
Benefits of studying in UK :-

  1. The UK is one of the most sought after countries for higher studies.
  2. The country offers a vibrant and multi-ethnic culture, and is considered as the best multi-lingual and cosmopolitan with no racial discrimination.
  3. The UK Degrees are recognized and respected all over the world. It's the oldest established educational system which is still succeeding in a global competition.
  4. The UK also gives many opportunities to explore various industries to start a career with.
  5. Study in the UK is affordable as compare to USA and Canada
  6. Prepares students to start earning early with shorter duration programs
  7. Vast choices of Institutions and subjects with flexible programs
  8. A lot of scholarship and Bursaries are offered by the UK institutions
  9. National Health Service is Free for students going for higher studies for more than 6 months of studies
  10. Diverse, tolerant and stable social environment

Economy :-

  1. London is the largest financial centre in the world alongside New York.
  2. UK is today the sixth largest economy in the world and the third largest in Europe after Germany and France.
  3. The Scottish capital, Edinburgh, has one of the large financial centres of Europe and is the headquarters of the Royal Bank of Scotland Group, one of the world's largest banks.
  4. 1 GBP = INR 85

Economy of England :-

  1. Investment and banking :- The city of London is a major financial district. It employs around 70% of the working population. The city of London is heavily concentrated with Banks, Insurance companies, Commodity and Future exchange.
  2. Manufacturing :- It accounts for some 26% of the UK's GDP.
  3. Tourism :- Tourism is the 6th largest industry in the UK. It employs 6.1% of the working population

Economy of Scotland :-

  1. Third largest GDP per capita after London and Greater London.
  2. The power house of Europe.
  3. Leader in manufacturing and shipbuilding.
  4. Producer of textiles, whisky, shortbread, aeroenignes, buses, computer software, ships, avionics, microprocessor, banking, insurance to fund management, and tourism.
  5. Fishing is economy's main stay in Aberdeen
  6. The financial services industry is fastest growing areas with a growth rate of over 35% over the period 2000 to 2005.
  7. It has a well-educated population - adult Literacy rates are at over 99%.
  8. Edinburgh is the financial services centre of Scotland and the sixth largest centre in Europe. Many large technology firms relocating to this city. University of Edinburgh is excellent in the field of Artificial Intelligence

Glasgow :-

  1. Fourth largest manufacturing centre in the UK
  2. Shipbuilding is a large part of its economy .
  3. One of the top financial centres
  4. Home to many of the UK's leading companies.
  5. Other important industries include textile production, chemicals, distilling, brewing and fishing.
  6. Aberdeen is the centre of the North Sea Oil industry with the port and harbour serving many oil fields off shore. (University of Aberdeen is a world-leader in the study of offshore technology in the oil and gas industry)

Economy of Wales :-

  1. Ranks as the 43rd largest economy in the world.
  2. Dominated by the service sector.
  3. Manufacturing sector contributes 32%, whilst agriculture, forestry and fishing contributed 1.5%.
  4. Cardiff, Swansea and Newport are centre for retail, hotels and restaurants, financial and business services.
  5. Nearly all the tinplate and much of the aluminium of sheet steel products in the UK are produced in Welsh plants.
  6. Producer of automotive components.

Climate :-

  1. UK climate is one of the most unpredictable climates in the world.
  2. Average Temperature in summers is between 18 c to 27 c.
  3. Average Temperature in winters is between -4 c to 10 c.
  4. UK receives snow fall between Dec – Feb.


  1. Two cities in England have rapid transit systems.
    1. London Underground / Tube
    2. Outside of London there is the Tyne and Wear Metro. It is a light rail metro system based around Newcastle upon Tyne, Gateshead and Sunderland
  2. Many other cities in the UK have rapid transit systems combined of local or light rail with bus and tram systems.
  3. The rail network in Great Britain is the oldest such network in the world. It connected to Wales, Scotland and France via Channel Tunnel.

Application Procedure :-

University Intakes :-
Major Intake(major intake) : September
Second Intake(minor intake) : January

English Language Requirements :-

  1. IELTS minimum score of 7.0 for Postgraduate and 6.5 for Undergraduate Studies.
  2. TOEFL minimum score of 90 (Internet Based Test) for Postgraduate and 80 (Internet Based Test) for Undergraduate Studies.
  3. Exemption is possible if student has scored above 70% in English language in the X and XII std.(English Medium) & if medium of instruction throughout school & college was English.

Undergraduate courses :-

  1. Most universities and colleges in the UK consider the results in the High School for admission into undergraduate degree program.
  2. Students are required to have gained first division or second higher division in their high school or appropriate results in A levels or the IB.
  3. Lower grades are acceptable if additional professional qualifications or work experience

Bridging or foundation programs :-
Duration: approximately one year
Purpose: prepare students with lower grades for admission in universities for higher studies

Higher National Diploma program :-
Duration: 2 years
Purpose: Roughly equivalent to the first two years of a degree program. On successful complete of the program you may be able to enter the second or third year of a relevant degree program in the UK.

Top-up degrees :-
Top-up degrees offer the opportunity to 'top up' Higher National Diploma (HND), Foundation Degree or equivalent overseas qualification and gain full UK undergraduate honours degree status in just one year.

Postgraduate courses :-

  1. Higher second or first division bachelor degree program
  2. Some universities will accept students with lower marks for students with professional qualifications or good relevant work experience.
  3. There are some select courses that might require relevant work experience for a couple of years in a relevant field.

MBA :-

  1. Most of the MBA degrees require to have some work experience in either a related field or at an appropriate managerial capacity along with good undergraduate degree.
  2. Experience can vary from 1 to 7 years, some programs requiring at least 2 to 3 years of full time work experience after completion of undergraduate degree.
  3. Some universities in the UK that have designed their MBA program to ensure that they are suitable for students who do not have any work experience.


Higher Studies System :-

  1. 12 years of Schooling
  2. 3 year Bachelor Degree / 4 years of Engineering
  3. 1 year Master Degree
  4. 3 years PhD

Level of the Program :-

Program Level
English B2
Foundation & Certificate Level 3
Diploma & advance Diploma Level 3, 4 & 5
Bachelor Level 6
PG Diploma & Master Level 7 & above


Under Graduate Studies :-
Universities: 8,000 – 9,000.00 GBP per year
Colleges Bt. 3,500 – 6,000 GBP per year

Post Graduate Studies :-
Universities: 8,000 – 10, 000.00 GBP per year
Colleges Bt. 6,000 – 7,500.00 GBP per year

Living Expenses :-
IN LONDON: 7,200.00 GBP per year
OUTSIDE LONDON : 5,400.00 per year

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  • Anglia Ruskin University
  • Aston University
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  • Bath Spa University
  • Birkbeck College (University of London)
  • Birmingham City University
  • Bournemouth University
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  • Edinburgh Napier University
  • Glasgow Caledonian University
  • Glasgow School of Art
  • Glyndŵr University
  • Goldsmiths College (University of London)
  • Heriot-Watt University
  • Imperial College London
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  • Royal Holloway and Bedford New College (University of London)
  • School of Oriental and African Studies (University of London)
  • Sheffield Hallam University
  • Southampton Solent University
  • Staffordshire University
  • Swansea Metropolitan University (University of Wales)
  • Swansea University (University of Wales)
  • Thames Valley University
  • University College Birmingham
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  • University for the Creative Arts
  • University of Aberdeen
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  • University of Ulster
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  • University of Wales, Lampeter (University of Wales)
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