About The United Kingdom

The UK is considered to be the world leader in numerous areas of education. It is one amongst the best and is credited with some of the most outstanding innovation. It enjoys a rich legacy of universities of international repute including the Universities of Cambridge. All universities in the UK are held to strict standards ensuring students get the best of teaching, support and resources. UK education is value for money as the students receive a globally recognized degree can be tailored to one’s interest to include of academic excellence dating back hundreds of years the United Kingdom has a lot to offer to international students.

Education System

More than 10,000 courses available in British Universities nurture and develop the best in the students, training them to encourage an open mind, skills in logic, develop creativity and self-reliance. In the job market of the future, these qualities are valued by potential employers.

Universities in the UK design their courses to prepare each and every student to evolve professionally to meet and overcome the global challenges that lay ahead. Studying in the UK enhances students’ overall experience of seeing things from an International market perspective and allows them to become more accessible to the global network. UK Universities are famous for having campuses with students from a diverse range of backgrounds. The university offers its students various options to study in the UK as full-time, part-time, evening Programme, distance, and eLearning.

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Large Cities

Manchester, Glasgow, Newcastle, Sheffield, Liverpool, Leeds, Bristol and Belfast

Area Size

242,495 km²




67,886,004 (As of 2019)


Pound sterling £ (GBP)


106 universities in England and 5 university colleges

International Students

485,645 (As of 2019)

Accounting & Finance, Aeronautical & Manufacturing Engineering, Architecture, Art & Design, Business & Management Studies and Civil Engineering are the top-recommended courses to study in the UK. Apart from these, various other UG and PG courses which are gaining more popularity among students are Computer Science, Creative Writing, Dentistry, Economics, Food Science, Hospitality, Leisure, Recreation & Tourism, Law, Medicine and Psychology
Lower cost of education for an international student compared to the US. Add to that the fact that students’ degrees will take less time to complete in the UK than in other countries. This will further save students money during their overseas education in the UK. The approximate cost of education and living vary from £ 20,000 to £ 35,000 per year depending on the program, university and location.
There are a variety of scholarships, grants, and bursaries available to students from UK institutions that are just for international students. Over 20,000 international students also get other financial aid from the UK government, while some funded by external organisations and many others by individual universities. The amount of university-specific UK Scholarships varies depending on the student’s profile, ranging from £ 1,000 up to £ 6,000. Doctoral degrees in the UK are generally fully funded.
Intake Remark
September Offered by all Universities  and Private Colleges
January, February, March, April, July and November Offered by selected Universities Private Colleges and study Centers

Living Standards

Whilst studying in the UK, there will be an endless number of ways for students to enjoy themselves learn new things and make friends. The UK offers an amazing, unforgettable experience like no other country.


  • 4 Universities in the top 10 & 8 in the top 50 World Ranking
  • Innovation Teaching Methods & High-Tech Learning Environment
  • Part Time Job Options
  • Post study work visa up to 18 months



Degree Duration of Degree Post Study Work Visa
Bachelor’s 3 years 2 years
Master’s by Course work 1 year 2 years
Master’s by Course work one year and one year of work placement 2 years
Master’s by Research 1-3 years 2 years
PhD 1-3 years 2 years


After post-study work visa expires, anyone who wants to stay longer in the UK will have to apply to transfer to a ‘general work visa’ (or ‘skilled work visa’).  For this, your job must fit the visa requirements for a Tier 2 visa, the ‘general work visa’. That usually means you must be paid at least £30,000 per year; but for some jobs, this level can be higher or lower.