The UK, a leading trading power and financial center, is one of the quintets of trillion dollar economies of Western Europe. Over the past two decades, the government has greatly reduced public ownership.

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The capital of the UK is London, and London is the UK's largest city.

The United Kingdom is made up of four different countries, England, Scotland,Wales and Northern Ireland.

The UK sits next to the North Sea, the Irish Sea, the English Channel and the Atlantic Ocean.

London was the largest city in the world from 1831 to 1925.

Great Britain is the 8th largest island in the world.

TLondon has the world's busiest airport system when all the airports that serve London are combined.

Every year, 134 million people land or take off from a London airport The UK has 144 airports and 9 heliports There are 16,400 km of railways in the UK.

This is the 17th largest network in the world

Difference Between GB and UK ?

Great Britain

  • Great Britain is the official collective name of England, Scotland and Wales and their associated is lands
  • It does not include Northern Ireland and therefore should never be used interchangeably with ‘UK’

United Kingdom

  • The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (to give its full name) refers to the political union between England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland
  • The UK is a sovereign state, but the nations that make it up are also countries in their own right

Why Study in UK ?

  • Institutions consistently ranked amongst the best in the world
  • World-Class education and academic facilities
  • Affordable and value for money
  • Various options of specializations
  • Students with more than 10 backlogs can apply
  • Scholarships available
  • Masters courses with paid placements and internships
  • IELTS waiver also available
Education System
  • The biggest advantage of UK education in comparison to other educational destinations worldwide is that UK provides programs of shorter duration.
  • Bachelors - 3 years (4 years in Scotland)
  • Masters - 1 year( 2 years with placement / internship also available)
  • Bachelors with Sandwich year – 4 years ( 1 year of internship after completing the 2nd year)
  • Integrated Masters – 4 years (5 years in Scotland)
  • Integrated Masters with a Sandwich Year – 5 years (UG and PG Combined with 1 year of internship)

Top Up Programs

  • A Top-up degree is equivalent to the final year of a Bachelor’s degree. These one-year courses are aimed at students who have previously completed a related foundation level degree or an HND and provide a route for students to directly enter the final year of a Bachelor’s degree.

Credit Transfer

  • Credit transfer or advanced standing are the terms used by colleges and universities for the procedure of granting credit to a student for courses already undertaken at another institution in the same or different country.
Admission Procedure

UK Universities have 2-3 major intakes

    • September
    • January
    • May

Entry Requirements

Bachelors Masters
Academic Performance
  • Class XII % (Min 50% – Pref 65%-70%)
  • Subject / Program specific requirements: e.g., For Engg. 60-85% required in Maths & Physi
  • UG% or CGPA (Min. 65% - 70%)
  • Subjects / Modules taught in UG
English Proficiency Test*
  • PTE
  • University specific language tests (e.g., BrunELT, Coventry PTE)
  • 12th English Waiver
  • PTE
  • University specific language tests (e.g, BrunELT, Coventry PTE)
  • 12th English Waiver
Other Subjective Criteria
  • • LOR, SOP, Passport
  • • Interview (in select courses) for such cases
  • LOR, SOP, Resume, Passport
  • Interview (in select courses)
  • Research proposal (For Research Masters like MPhil or MRes)
Study Costs?

Tuition Fees

  • Average UG Fees – 10,000 to 20,000 GBP per annum
  • Average PG Fees – 10,000 to 22,000 GBP per annum
  • Doctoral Fees – 15,000 to 25,000 GBP per annum

Cost of Living

  • Ranges from 650 GBP to 1250 GBP per month

That includes accommodation, food & dining, transportation, stationary, clothing, health insurance and additional expenses

Student Visa


  • £363 to apply for a student visa from outside UK
  • Priority Fees: £250
  • Priority Fees: £250

Immigration Healthcare Surcharge

  • Students will also have to pay the healthcare surcharge as part of the online visa application
  • IHS Fees £470 per year

Documents Required to Apply

Original Academic documents as per CAS

CAS Letter (Ensure all data is mentioned correctly as per passport & academic documents)

Required Funds:

  • 1 year Tuition fees
  • £1334 per month (for up to 9 months) if you’re studying in London i.e., £12006
  • £1023 per month (for up to 9 months) if you are studying outside London i.e., £9207

Acceptable Financial Documents:

  • Funds maintained in Saving account of Student/Parents for at least 28 days. Bank Statement/Passbook with closing balance certificate on original letter head
  • Education Loan on the name of student
  • At least 28 days old Fixed/Term deposits with certificate on original letter head
  • Great Scholarships India
  • Commonwealth Scholarship
  • Chevening Scholarship
  • British Council Scholarships for Women in STEM
  • University specific Scholarship
Post Study Work
  • Students studying a course of degree level or above at a Higher Education Provider
  • Duration up to 3 years>
    • UG & PG: 2 years
    • PhD: 3 years
  • Graduates will be able to switch in to skilled work once they have found a suitable job
  • The graduate route requires a new application, it will include the payment of a visa fees and the Immigration Health Surcharge
  • Graduate route cannot be extended
  • The decision takes approx. 8 weeks