Study in UK
The United Kingdom has a long history of teaching the world’s greatest leaders, thinkers and artists.. There are over 110 UK universities that have taught for hundreds of years, or modern, state-of-the-art universities and colleges throughout England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales.
Studying in London is always popular – living in one of the world’s most exciting and dynamic cities is a life-changing adventure. London is a great place to learn English or study for an undergraduate or postgraduate degree.
Education in the UK need not be expensive. The cost of living outside of London is much more affordable. UK degrees an be completed in three years with honours (saving a year of tuition compared with many other international degrees). Students in the UK have access to free medical care through the NHS if studying for more than six months.
Why Study in the UK ?
- UK universities offer world-class international education of the highest standards
- Internationally-recognised course programmes and prestigious qualifications
- Large international student community and multicultural society
- Public university and college students can work for 20 hours per week during term time and full time in holidays.
How much will education cost in the UK?
A student has to look carefully at tuition and living costs in the UK. Tuition fees and living costs can be relatively expensive depending on the location.
- Estimated living expenses per year - £8,000-£9,000
- Tuition fees range from £7000 to £9,000 for social science programmes and £7500 to £12,000 for Sciences
- Course duration ranges from 3 to 4 years for UK undergraduate programmes and 1 year or more for UK postgraduate courses
Important information about studying in the UK
Before applying to study at a UK university or college, it is advisable to get more information on enrolment dates, application deadlines, student visas and language requirements.
Main intake : September with a smaller intake in January/February
Application deadline: June for the main September intake.
Minimum visa requirements :
The following documents are required:
- A conditional offer letter from chosen UK university or college.
- Proof of funds to cover course fees and living expenses.
- UK Visa requirements are subject to change. Read more about the new UK points-based immigration system on our blogs, visit the UK Government Border Agency website or contact a Compare the Course counsellor.
English language requirements. Preferred English language test is IELTS