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Study in the UK

One of the most popular study destinations, UK enjoys a proud tradition of exceptional education, with universities rooting back to the 12th and 13th centuries. Known for its language, history, culture and innovation, the UK has an average student retention rate of 82%. With a comprehensive support system in place for international students, studying in UK is definitely a life-changing experience.

Cost of studying in the UK:

Your expenditure on the tuition fee depends on the type of qualification and university/school you opt for. There are many high-ranking universities and colleges in the UK, with their own fee structures. Further, the fee also depends on where in UK you choose to study (there are different rules for England, Scotland, Northern Ireland, and Wales) and your study level. 

Upcoming intakes in the UK:

Unlike a single intake in Indian universities, colleges and universities in the UK offer two main intakes. In some universities, intakes may also be referred to as a semester (Autumn Intake: September to October; Spring Intake: January to February). There is a third intake also available in some universities, called the Summer intake (June to August) and is available for specific programmes, only.

Why study in the UK?

The United Kingdom (UK) is home to some of the world’s oldest universities and colleges having their roots dating back to the 12th and 13th centuries. Coming from such a strong legacy, education in the UK has become a benchmark for other countries. It is also known for its academic excellence, quality education and shorter duration of courses.

Education system in the UK:

The United Kingdom (UK) is reputed for its excellent quality of education, interactive teaching methodology, top ranking universities, and great student satisfaction. Universities in the UK consistently rank in the world university rankings, such as the QS World Rankings, Times Higher Education Ranking and Academic Ranking of World Universities. Further, degrees earned from the country are globally recognised and preferred by employers, all over the world.

Scholarships in in the UK:

Studying in the UK can be affordable if you plan well in advance, and you can apply for a range of scholarships offered by the British universities/colleges, but before the deadline. The British Government, various private and public establishments offer many scholarships & grants, including the prestigious Chevening Scholarship and Commonwealth Scholarship & Fellowship.

Visa for the UK:

The Visa you need will depend on your age and the type of study you wish to pursue in the UK.

You will have to apply for your Student Visa application online, using the British Government’s official website. You can apply up to three months before your intended date of travel to the UK. Remember, your application date is the date when your application fee is paid.

 

 

QS Rankings of UK Universities

 

Sr. No.

Institution QS Ranking 2022 (Globally) QS Ranking 2021 (Globally)

1

University of Oxford

2

5

2

University of Cambridge

3

7

3

Imperial College London

7

8

4

UCL (University College London)

8

10

5

The University of Edinburgh

16

20

6

The University of Manchester

27

27

7

King's College London

35

31

8

London School of Economics and
Political Science (LSE)

49

49

9

The University of Warwick

61

62

10

University of Bristol

62

58

 

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