UK Education System:
The UK has a vast variety of higher education opportunities to offer students with over 100 universities offering various degree programs for students from the UK and around the world. International students can gain much more than a degree in the UK. There is the opportunity to learn new skills, to take advantage of a huge choice of universities and the excellent standards of teaching that the UK provides.
Cost of Education:
Average undergraduate UK course fees per year:
Foundation courses: £3,000 to £10,000
Arts courses: £7,000 to £9,000
Science courses: £7,500 to £22,000
Clinical courses: £10,000 to £25,000
Average postgraduate UK course fees per year:
Arts and humanities courses: £7,000 to £12,000
Science courses: £7,500 to £25,000
Clinical courses: £10,000 to £33,000
MBA: £4,000 to more than £34,000
Yes, you are allowed to work part time for 20 hrs per week as an International Student only if you are studying for a bachelor degree and Postgraduate course. If you are studying for a Diploma course, you will be allowed to work for 10 hrs per week. Working right is only available to students enrolled in Government Funded College
Scholarships are mostly available at the post-graduate level and some of these are offered by the British Government and other UK organizations. All the scholarships are very competitive in nature and are based on merit.
Options after completion of course:
You can stay and work after completing your studies provided you meet all the requirements of UK Border Agency.
Accommodation options for international students:
There are two main choices- Halls of residence or private flats and houses. Halls of residence are University/College owned international student accommodation (full board or self catering). Or a student can stay in a renting private accommodation; which is typically a room in a house or a flat shared with students.
Why study in UK:
Learn valuable skills: You will gain new skills that employers look for when you study for a degree in the UK. British universities will help you think creatively; work from your own initiative and also as part of a team.
Quality of teaching: British degrees are important to employers because they have a strong emphasis on gaining practical experience in the relevant field. Admission to the UK’s best universities is competitive and class sizes are restricted to ensure that students have access to equipment and have enough time to talk to their lecturers. UK universities place greater focus on smaller group tutorials and one to one tuition.
Student life: The UK is a diverse and multicultural place which is home to several thousand international students each year. Because of this, UK has a range of facilities suitable for students of all cultures.
English language learning: English is widely regarded as the language of business, so it is an important part of student future career. Studying in UK helps the students to learn the language through their study, friends and everyday life.
Overall you will gain world-class qualifications, a brighter future and unforgettable student experience.