Leading the education

The UK welcomes over 400,000 international higher education students each year, and it’s easy to see why. Sitting at the top of the world rankings, UK universities have a reputation for developing the skills that employers are looking for. It’s not only about attending lectures – you will actively engage with your tutors through lively seminars, discussions and practical projects. This will help you develop confidence. Alongside benefiting from the academic tradition of some of the world’s most famous universities, you will have access to the latest facilities due to the UK’s reputation for world-class research. UK education will also help you develop your English skills and confidence in speaking the language, an attribute that is highly valued by employers worldwide.

Terms and Semester

UK universities usually split the academic year into three terms across two semesters. Semester One runs from the start of the new academic year in September, ending before Christmas; Semester Two starts in January and runs until the start of the summer break, which is normally in June. For most universities, Term One will be in autumn – starting at the beginning of the new academic year and ending in the middle of December when you will have a winter break. Term Two – or spring term – starts in January and ends in late March. Term Three – the summer term – starts in April and ends in June.

Leading University List in UK

University Name    PlaceUniversity NamePlace
University College LondonLondonAston UniversityBirmingham
University of Oxford OxfordUniversity of DundeeDundee
University of CambridgeCambridgeQueen’s UniversityBelfast
Imperial College London LondonCoventry UniversityCoventry
King’s College LondonLondonCardiff UniversityCardiff
The University of EdinburghEdinburghUniversity of LeicesterLeicester
University of BristolBristolUniversity of LiverpoolLiverpool
University of LeedsLeedsUniversity of StrathclydeStrathclyde
Lancaster UniversityLancasterAston UniversityBirmingham
University of NottinghamNottinghamUniversity of GreenwichLondon
Queen Mary UniversityLondonCity, University of LondonLondon
University of BathBathUniversity of KentCanterbury
Newcastle UniversityNewcastleUniversitySwansea
University of SussexBrightonUniversity of StirlingStirling
University of AberdeenAberdeenUniversity of East LondonLondon
University of YorkYorkSOAS University of LondonLondon
Royal HollowayEghamUniversity of PortsmouthPortsmouth

Course fees For International student

Fees for UK courses vary depending on your study level and where in the UK you are studying. For example, humanities and social sciences degrees tend to cost the least, while laboratory and clinical degree programmers tend to cost the most.

Undergraduate – International undergraduate tuition fees vary from £11,400 – £38,000. The average cost is estimated to be around £22,200 per year. Typically, undergraduate degree courses in England.

 Postgraduate – tuition fees vary from £9,000 – £30,000. The average cost is estimated to be around £17,109 per year.

Popular Courses

Here are the popular courses that a student can choose for studying in UK: Computer science *Business * Engineering * Information technology*English Literature*Engineering*Business and Management *MBA *Master of Laws *Economics*Accounting*Finance *Marketing *Aerospace Engineering *Geography *Hospitality and Tourism* Film Studies *Psychology *Nursing *Mathematics *Veterinary Medicine and so on.

English language requirements

To gain your UK student visa, you’ll have to provide evidence of proficiency in the English language. This usually means passing a secure English language test to be able to prove your communication and correspondence skills. The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is the world’s most popular high-stakes English language proficiency test for study, work and migration, with more than three million tests taken in the past year. The IELTS results are recognized by more than 10,000 organizations, including educational institutions, employers, professional associations and governments, in 140 countries around the world. The minimum score required in your IELTS for an Australian student visa is 5.00 bands in each of the four modules.

Work in the UK on a student visa

Many international students in the UK take a part-time job, work placement or internship alongside their studies. Most courses allow students to work for up to 20 hours per week during term time and this is not restricted to on-campus employment.

Generally, you can work full-time: # during official school breaks, such as the winter and summer holidays or spring break. # after you finishes your studies if you have applied for a non-student work permit.

Cost of living in UK

Students should budget for about 350-400 Pound per month to cover cost of living expenses such as residence or rent, meal plan or groceries, cell phone plans and spending money.