When you are moving to UK, you are not only getting world-class education, but also will get to know British culture, improve/polish your English skills and opens doors to a big world.
You will find a range of programs in UK like diplomas, short courses, certificates, under graduates and post graduates. British study programs are also very flexible. You can choose career centered study programs or intensive academic programs with shorter duration.
Some of the popular courses to study in UK are:
You can enroll in universities or university colleges or business schools.
A university college is an institution that usually does not have full or independent university status. Generally, it is part of a larger university. Most university colleges only offer around 1,000 places for students to enroll in.
British universities are also divided according to the year they have been founded, as follows:
Some of the top universities are:
You can make use of UCAS (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service) which is a portal for applying to all the universities in UK. You can choose your course and university from the site itself. You can either apply for 5 courses in the same university or same course in 5 universities. Each university has its own way of handling the applications. Therefore the requirements depends on each university. Some of the universities there accept applications year long. So it is always necessary to shortlist your potential universities to get an idea about the whole procedure.
Generally, it can classified into 5 steps:
Generally, international students have to apply between June 30 and September 1 of the preceding year of commencing classes.
Some of the documents for applying are:
British education system is a very prestigious education system. And students will cultivate skills like analytical thinking, problem solving, critical thinking etc. They are always encouraged to think independently and creatively. The vibrant and fairy tale like environment itself will put in you in a different world. UK gives you the perfect opportunity to grow yourself in all aspects and to become great innovators/leaders or whatever you want to be.
Average Master’s degree tuition fees in the United Kingdom range from 6,000 – 10,000 GBP per year. However, for some specialised degrees, such as Medicine, Law or Business, you should expect higher tuition fees.
If you are an EU/EEA student, you will be charged the same tuition as UK students, while the average tuition fees charged to non-EU students range at 17,500 GBP/year.
Student accommodation ranges from 400 – 1,000 GBP per month, or even higher if you choose to live in a big city like London. Living outside the city Centre will generally cost you around 600 GBP/month, while for the same price, you can stay with a host family, allowing you to have half of your board covered.
All foreign students have free access to healthcare services provided by NHS (National Health Service), including for surgeries. However, you may need to pay for dental and optical treatment as well as medicine prescribed by the doctor.
If you come from an EU/EEA country, you should get a European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) before coming to the UK to make sure you can access the NHS services for free.
Students who plan to live and study in the UK less than 6 months, will need to arrange a private medical insurance.
Eating out, particularly in restaurants from big UK cities is usually quite expensive. You can get cheaper meals in canteens and restaurants from residence halls or pubs, where you would pay between 10 and 16 GBP.
Buying food from the supermarket is always an option and on average, your food bills would amount 200 GBP/month.
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