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Study Abroad: UK
IntroductionThe UK is fast emerging as one of the most popular study destinations for education in the world. There are numerous factors which prompt international students to pursue their education in the UK. UK education equips students with unparalleled academic and professional skills and augments their personal development with an unforgettable cultural experience.
Where ever you choose to study in the UK, you will surely have an enriching and international experience, one that will remain etched in your memory forever and will arm you with a truly global perspectiveRange of Courses:There are three thousand educational institutions in the UK that offer thousands of courses at different levels of education, be it schools, colleges, further education, higher education or research institutions. Students have umpteen number of options to choose from. There is also great flexibility in the way in which a subject can be studied and it is often possible to incorporate different elements such as vocational, English language training, work placements into a specific programme of study. Conversion courses are very popular in the UK with international students as they allow students from a non related background to pursue their studies in a specific subject.
One of the biggest advantages of studying in the UK is that the option of combining work placements with academic study such as sandwich courses at the undergraduate level and work internships at the post graduate level. Having a work component weaved into the programme of study gives the students cutting edge knowledge and expertise as well as the hands on experience in your area of study, thereby strengthening chances of obtaining suitable employment later on.International Recognition & Global Career:UK scientists and institutions have won ninety Nobel Prizes for their scientific achievements. The UK's creative brains - artists, fashion designers, film, television and leisure software designers - are regarded as among the best in the world.
Many students will select to study in the UK because of the international recognition held by UK qualifications. This is particularly important in an increasingly globalised world economy. Employers are looking for people with appropriate knowledge, professional skills and the willingness to learn. This is an essential part of the UK teaching and learning experience and is why the qualifications are well regarded around the world.
English language skills are also important for your future career prospects as English is accepted as being the language of business, science, IT and the Internet around the world. Learning English in the UK allows you to immerse yourself in the language, to live and think in English.Finance
Application Fee 0 to 150Euros / per year Tuition Fee 4,000 to 34,000Euros / per year Cost of Living 12,000Euros / per year
Thanks to changes in work regulations, international students in the UK can now work up to twenty hours a week when studying and full time during vacations.
After completion of education in England, you are allowed to stay back for up to ONE YEAR, under the 'Prime Minister's Initiative' announced recently. During this time, you may try for obtaining a work permit - to work in UK.
In Scotland, one may stay back for TWO YEARS, after completion of their program.
All international students may work up to 20 hours per week during term-time for the duration of their studies, and full-time during vacation periods. You will probably need to ask permission from your university before you take up employment during your course, but most educational institutions accept that many students need to work part-time at some time during their studies.
Your CAS must show the cost of the fees. This should also show what fees you have already paid, otherwise you should send an official, original receipt confirming some or all of the fees (and accommodation, if applicable) have been paid.
If you are using a bank loan as your evidence, the bank must be regulated by an official regulatory body and you must provide a document from the bank confirming the loan. If you do not get the bank loan until you have your visa, you must provide the original document confirming the loan. The loan should be dated no more than 6 months before the date of the application.
The loan funds must be available to you before you travel to the United Kingdom. There must be no conditions placed upon the release of the loan funds to you, other than you making a successful Tier 4 application.
You must show that you have enough money to pay your fees and monthly living costs for at least the first year of studies (or the length of your course if it is shorter than 9 months).
We cannot accept unsupported online receipts. We will use the closing balance of the document you provide as the level of funds available to you. This is also the date we will use to check the value of your money in pounds sterling.
Note for students in India and Pakistan: It is strongly recommended that sponsors, other than parents, living outside of India or Pakistan prepay your University tuition fees and keep the receipt of the payment before you apply for your visa. This proves that the sponsor is genuine.
Sponsorship from individuals who are not close family members of the student will have to be supported by very strong evidence on why they wish to spend a large amount of money on your education.
Students enrolled on a course for more than 6 months may be required to undergo a medical examination before leaving for UK. This may vary depending on the country you are living in.
Note for students: Medicals are not currently required as part of the Visa application process.
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