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The UK is a home to over 600,000 international students each year. In the global perspective the UK comes in the second place among the popular destinations for international students. This has happened due to availability of variety of programs from English language to PhD programs. Due to education hub for the international students you will have an opportunity to meet people from different-different countries.
As of August 2017, there were 106 universities in England and 5 university colleges out of a total of around 130 in the United Kingdom. The (HEFCE) (aside from Further Education Colleges, which are defined below). At present, all, 128 HEIs, English Higher Education Institutions with the exception of the University of Buckingham and the University of Law receive support from funds administered by Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE).
✔ Primary Education
✔ Secondary Education
✔ Further Education
✔ Higher Education
Higher education degrees normally consists bachelor, masters and doctoral degrees and these programs are offered by universities and non-university institutions. Universities and non-university institutions offer research oriented and highly professional education.
✔ Bachelor degrees
✔ Masters degrees
✔ Doctoral degrees
There are many different entry requirements depending on your chosen course of study in the UK.
For bachelor degree:
For Master degree:
Most popular degrees in UK are the following:
Studying in the UK is generally cheaper than studying at equally ranked universities in the United States. The bachelor and master’s degree tuition fee range from $10,000 – $20,000 per year.
Students need around $1,000 – $1,500 per month for living expenses and it varies according to your lifestyle and accommodations. Accommodations are available on campus as well for international students and the weekly cost can range in between $ 85 – $220 per week.
Usually the amount of money required as per the UK Home Office is $16,000 – $20,000 per year depending on the exchange rate of at the time of study. This amount of money is sufficient to ensure each student has a safe and comfortable place to live, has plenty to eat etc in the UK
International students are allowed to work 20 hours per week if the student is studying bachelor or higher education in a higher education institute.
International students who have completed higher education degree from the UK higher education institute, universities or colleges, will be granted 2 years of Post-Study Work (PSW) visa. This arrangement is available to those students who commence the study in 2020 onward.
Travelling in the UK: The UK is the small country with lots to see, and it is easy to use public transport to explore and travel. Trains are the fastest way to travel, especially for long journeys. You can book your tickets in advance and in cheapest prices. You can travel between major cities for as little as £5.
Each student require a UK student visa to enter in the UK and commence their study. Following documents and process is required:
✔ Identity Documents
✔ Bank statement (28 days saving)
✔ Relationship evidences
✔ Financial documents
Students can submit online application, pay the fees and submit biometrics.
For more details: UK Visa and Immigration website