About UK

As the dominant industrial and maritime power of the 19th century, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland played a leading role in developing parliamentary democracy and in advancing literature and science. At its zenith, the British Empire stretched over one-fourth of the earth’s surface. The first half of the 20th century saw the UK’s strength seriously depleted in two World Wars and the Irish republic withdraw from the union. The second half witnessed the dismantling of the Empire and the UK rebuilding itself into a modern and prosperous European nation. As one of five permanent members of the UN Security Council, a founding member of NATO, and of the Commonwealth, the UK pursues a global approach to foreign policy; it currently is weighing the degree of its integration with continental Europe. A member of the EU, it chose to remain outside the Economic and Monetary Union for the time being. Constitutional reform is also a significant issue in the UK. The Scottish Parliament, the National Assembly for Wales, and the Northern Ireland Assembly were established in 1999, but the latter was suspended until May 2007 due to wrangling over the peace process.

Why UK Education

UK qualifications are respected and valued all over the world. They’ll give you an edge when you’re competing for a job, proving to employers that you’re capable of independent thought, research and self-discipline.

Studying in UK at various levels offer fantastic value for money and the sort of experience you can’t put a price on: fully-stocked libraries, state-of-the art laboratories, ultramodern computer facilities and extensive research resources that will make a huge difference in your learning process.

UK is the ‘home’ of English language, which is the largest spoken one in the world. Wherever you go for education or employment, your skills in English language will be an indispensable asset. Gaining further qualifications from a UK institution is like learning swimming with an Olympic instructor teaching you.

Student Life

The UK is an incredible mix of international cultures and contemporary thinking, held together by a strong sense of identity and tradition. As an international student, you’ll find an array of exciting experiences ahead of you and will have the opportunity to discover exotic places and meet new people. As the UK is a cosmopolitan city, you’ll find that many UK customs are already familiar to you and so you’ll settle down faster than you think.

Student life in London is incredibly varied. Even if you aren’t studying in London, it’s recommended by many people that you visit the city for at least a week or so while studying in UK. London is “the big city,” so there are always lots of things for you to discover and do.

You may be lucky enough to be in London during the month of August, and if so, you can hit up one of the largest street parties in the world. London’s Notting Hill Carnival celebrates Caribbean culture and excitement. The music is loud and exciting, the energy is high, and the food is great. Over one million people attend every single year, and many people end up going multiple times in their lifetime. It’s definitely worth checking out at least once during your university career.

Permanent Residency

The United Kingdom is one of the most advanced and powerful nations of the world. It ranks top in the various criteria or parameters of human development, higher per capita income, strong economy, industries, military power, etc. UK has influenced the world in many spheres of political, industrial, and social aspects as a Nation. With all the facilities advanced technology, great political and social structure, etc. United Kingdom attracts and invites millions of immigrants to the Great Britain. UK Permanent Residency allows immigrants across the world to enter and settle in UK permanently and enjoy the rights and privileges in the country without being its citizen.

Admission Requirements

Bachelors Masters
Academic -10th + Diploma
-12th
Bachelor’s Degree
Percentage -65 – 70% for humanities
-60-70% for Science, Commerce, Engineering
50 – 60%
Language Test -IELTS (UKVI)
-University’s Own English test
-IELTS (UKVI)
-University’s Own English test

*Admission is Possible without IELTS for Qualifying students

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Popular Courses

  • Information Technology
  • Business Management
  • Civil Engineering
  • Automotive/ Mechanical Engineering
  • Bio-Technology

Education Cost – per year (In UK £)

Bachelor’s Degree-£8,000 to £15,000

Master’s Degree-£8,000 to £15,000

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  • UK student Visa application should be made at the nearest VFS Application centre. All original financial and academic documents should be submitted at the time of Visa application.The student must submit the Visa application documents personally. The student will be called for personal interview at the British Deputy High Commission, only if required. It will be a Skype interview.
    • PBS Student Visa Application (Online) PBS Appendix form (offline)
    • Photograph – size 2 inches x 2 inches
    • CAS statement from the University
    • IELTS / PTE score, if applicable
    • Valid passport
    • Visa fee (to be paid online)
    • Academic Mark sheets and certificates
    • Work Experience Certificate, if applicable
    • Proof of payment of fees, if applicable
    • Proof of Funds – Applicants must demonstrate that they have sufficient liquid assets to pay the tuition fees, living expenses and traveling cost without engaging in employment in UK. Acceptable form of funds is Bank loan, bank savings account and fixed deposits
    • Letter from the sponsor
    • TB test report from the panel physicians
    • IHS reference number (during application submission)