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Why UK?

Made up of four countries- England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, the United Kingdom is a very popular study destination for Indian students.

The UK has more than 100 universities and around 165 higher education institutions including universities and colleges.

Four of the top six universities on the planet are in the UK

UK research is 'world leading' and 'internationally excellent

The UK is full of different cultures, historical landmarks and amazing events to keep you entertained.

You'll get plenty of support at university - both with settling into your course and with costs.

Courses in the UK are generally shorter than many other countries, helping to reduce tuition fees and accommodation costs.

Application Process:

Undergraduate Applications
Applications for Bachelors degree courses are made through the Universities Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) that is a centralised application system. Students can apply to a maximum of 5 institutions/courses only.

UCAS Deadlines-
15 October for medicine, dentistry and veterinary courses and all courses at the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge.
15 January for all other courses except certain art and design courses that have a 24 March deadline.
30 June is the final deadline for international students and after this all applications go into Clearing.

Postgraduate Applications
There is no single centralised system for postgraduate applications and students have to make applications individually to each institution.
Deadlines vary from course to course and institution to institution. Our counselling staff can help you with identifying these deadlines.

Cost of Studying in uk:
The costs incurred by a student can be divided into
Tuition fee of the course and
Living cost.
Tuition fee for both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes ranges from GBP 4000 to 18,000. Tuition for laboratory based courses is usually higher than classroom based courses. Medicine, Dentistry courses have much higher tuition fee. The living cost in the UK is higher in big cities such as London and lower in smaller towns and cities. The UKBA has defined the living cost for the purpose of obtaining a student visa. This is as follows-
GBP 1000 per month in Central London
GBP 800 for outer London and the rest of the UK

Broadly there are three types of scholarships for studying in the UK available to Indian students-
Scholarships offered by UK institutions
UK Government sponsored
Private Trusts and funds