Why to Study in United Kingdom ?

The UK is a very diverse country and welcomes students from all around the world. Study in UK from India, since you come from a country where English is spoken by the majority of the population. Indian students settle down rather fast here.

With the current changes in the UK visa rules which allow students pursuing courses in the UK from 2020 to 2021 to stay for 2 more years to work after they finish their education, there is bound to be a huge increase in students travelling to the UK for studies. Study in UK for Indian students after 12th is also available as is study in UK for Indian students after graduation.

Cost-effective tuition fees, robust scholarship and bursary options and strong infrastructure for learning and research are resulting in international enrolment in UK universities expanding by 3.6% year on year.

Undergraduates can expect to pay around £10,000 – £38,000 in tuition fees. Study in UK for Indian students after graduation, would include post-graduate specialisations, the tuition fee varies depending on your course

Postgraduates can expect to pay around £11,000 – £45,000 in tuition fees.

 

Possibilities for Employment:
International students may work up to 20 hours per week during the school year and full time during the vacations. As evidence, students must provide their passport or identity card to the company.

Because it is difficult to find a part-time employment connected to a student’s field of study, students can work part-time in the hotel, catering, contact center, and retail sectors.

Working part-time:

This is mainly taken up by students, and part-time students can work up to 20 hours each week.

Students, on the other hand, can work full-time during semester breaks.

The typical hourly wage is roughly 7 pounds.

There will be no guarantees from colleges on part-time work opportunities.

Work on a full-time basis:

In general, a 2 Years Post Study Work visa (PSW) is provided to students with strong credentials in order for them to find full-time employment following graduation. 

Options for PR:

Immigrants who have lived in the UK continuously for more than 5 years are eligible for Permanent Residence. Immigrants must show proof of self-sufficiency.

Documents Required for Admission

  • Passport
  • 10th Class Mark Sheet
  • Intermediate Mark Sheets (Class 11 and Class 12)
  • Any Degree (Consolidated Marks Memo(CMM) & Provisional Certificate(PC))
  • IELTS/PTE/TOEFL/DUOLINGO Score Cards (If Any)
  • Post Graduate Certificates (If Any)
  • Letter of Recommendations(LOR’s) from Academic Professor – 2 (Must Include Mail and Phone Number of the Professor on College/University Letter Head )
  • Statement of Purpose (SOP)
  • Experience Letter (If Any)

UK Student Visa

Students planning to join academic programs in the UK need to apply for a Tier 4 (General) student visa.

 

Visa application process:

The following steps are to be followed for visa application:

  • Obtain CAS from a licensed Tier 4 sponsor: The University or college would provide a reference number called Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies along with an unconditional offer for a place on a course.
  • Fill the visa application form, pay the fee: The application needs to be completed and fees paid online, followed by submission of biometrics and required documentation
  • Schedule an appointment and Submit biometrics, photographs at VFS: Visit the designated VFS to get biometrics and photographs taken
  • Collect Passport and Biometric Residence Permit (BRP): After a successful decision on the application, the passport with a stamped visa would be provided. BRP needs to be collected after arrival in the UK either at the named post office branch or from the sponsor(based on what was specified opted for during the application) within 10 days of arrival in the UK.
  • Students enrolling for programs of less than six months duration can apply for the short term study visa. Students studying an English course can stay on for an additional period not exceeding 11 months.

Student Montly Expenses

  • Accommodation: £535 (£640 in London)
  • Utility bills: £50
  • Mobile Phone: £10-30
  • Broadband internet: £20
  • Travel: £60 (£135 in London)
  • Groceries: £50
  • Typical night out: £40
  • Cinema ticket: £8-12