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Study in the UK

The United Kingdom (UK) consists of Great Britain (England, Scotland , Wales and Northern Ireland).

Home to four of the world’s top ten universities, is the world’s second most popular choice for international students aspiring to study abroad with over 450,000 international students choosing to pursue their higher education in the UK every year.

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.

A country that’s quick to embrace the influences of other cultures, for instance one among the favourite national dishes is Indian curry, you’ll find tons of diversity within the UK especially in its big cities. British are generally friendly, polite, and reserved, with a way of humor which will sometimes be a touch sarcastic.

Whilst there isn’t much formal etiquette within the UK, being polite, punctual, and greeting people with a smile will always stand you in good stead.

Cost of study

Degree courses within the UK are typically shorter than in other countries, making studying in the UK more cost effective in comparison to countries like the USA. 

Undergraduates can expect to pay around £10,000 – £38,000 in tuition fees counting on what course you decide on study 

For post-graduate specializations, the tuition fee varies depending on your course:

 £9000 (for classroom-based programs)

 £16,200 (for laboratory-based programs) 

£21,700 (for clinical programs)

Please bear in mind that these fees are indicative only, and are subject to both increase or decrease counting on which course you select to review and where. 

Student Accommodation

During the primary year of university, you’ll usually expect to be offered an area in Halls of Residence or other accommodation travel by the university itself. this is often shared, self-catering accommodation with other students and maybe a good way to urge to understand people and make new friends. Halls of Residence normally have shared bathrooms and kitchens, and are usually mixed sex accommodation. there’s help available to seek out alternative student-friendly accommodation if this isn’t suitable for you. On average, you’ll need around £10-12,000 per annum to cover accommodation.

Typical monthly costs might look something like this:

  • Accommodation: £535 (£640 in London)
  • Utility bills: £50 
  • Mobile Phone: £10-30 
  • Broadband internet: £20
  • Study materials: £60 
  • Travel: £45 (£90 in London) 
  • Groceries: £50 
  • Typical night out: £30 
  • Gig ticket: £5-45 
  • Cinema ticket: £8-12 

Work and Study 

 A great way of challenging and expanding your language skills also as helping you support yourself, it’s possible for international students to figure whilst studying within the UK. In general, if you’re studying at degree level, you’re able to figure for a maximum of 20 hours per week during term-time, and up to 40 hours during holidays. Your biometric residence permit should provide information on what hours you’re ready to work whilst you’re studying, but you’ll also check you’re eligible to work in the UK or speak to at least one of our advisors who are going to be happy to offer you more information.