England

Why Study In England

UK institutions maintains its consistency in ranking among the best in the world. It’s prestigious for an Indian student to learn from an institution in UK because it’s values and appreciated internationally. When you study in UK, you meet people from different nationalities and share their multicultural backgrounds. UK universities are supervised regularly to ensure that they uphold the dignity and high standards of teaching, learning and research. The body responsible for maintaining these standards is Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education. If students from India look forward to study in UK for UG and PG courses, they are met with shorter course duration than other countries. UG-3 years, PG-1 year, helping keep the cost of tuition fees and living expenses low and affordable. Numerous scholarships and grants are offered by UK institutions. The teaching and study methodology used in the UK institutions gives students the liberty to be creative and develop skills and confidence. Students get the opportunity to be taught by the world's leading teachers and experts.


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The UK is one of the largest economies in Europe. It is shown in the statistics that in the past few years, UK has seen a considerable drop in the unemployment rate, pointing out that Indian students studying in UK gives them an opportunity to pursue a career there. 


Part-Time Employment in UK:

Giving the students the option to work part-time instils in them a nature to balance their study life and professional life. Students can work on a part-time basis (up to 20 hours a week) during course term time and full-time during vacations. 

If you are wanting to pursue courses below degree level, you will only be able to work 10 hours a week instead of 20 hours. Foundation degree students are not included in this. Students planning to study in UK can make around £ 5 - £ 7 per hour i.e. approximately £375 - £525 / month during the term.

As overseas education consultants, we advice our students to look for part-time jobs in local newspapers, job shops and the University’s and College’s placement cells where information is available about job vacancies. However, please take a note of the fact that students are not guaranteed part-time employment by the University.

You cannot work nor extend your visas further if you’re going to study in UK for 6 months or less.  


Employment In UK for Post-Graduates:

With an intent to attract international students, the government had altered the study visa rules and regulations for them. Under the new scheme, international students from countries like India, can stay back in UK till after two years of completion of the course. And in recent times, students who studied in UK from India were allowed a stay back of mere 4-6 months.

The new visa will apply to students taking any course at the undergraduate and postgraduate level. The new visa will require a new application, compromising of payments of visa and health surcharge.

A major plus point to study in UK for an Indian students is that it gives them an opportunity to look for jobs. Once the graduate gets an appropriate job, he/she can switch over to the skilled work sector which, in turn, will be a route towards settlement. Another major benefit of the above mentioned regime is that it doesn't have any restrictions on the type of jobs the students are allowed to undertake.

The universities have opened their doors and opportunities to international students as well. Although, the stay back option has increased, students have to put on their A-game to grab the benefits.

The above mentioned new method is set to be launched in summer, 2021, signifying that in the summer of 2021 (Academic Year 2020-21), the eligible will be able to apply for this route. This also includes students who have already started off with their course.

Henceforth, study in UK for Indian students includes the application under this route after the completion of the course selected, within the validity date of their visa to have exposure.

Education Cost


The cost to study in UK depends on many factors, including University, course, location and funding opportunities. The cost advantage to study in UK for Indian students is the shorter duration of the programs: 3 years for Undergraduate degree and 1 year for Masters degree.


Tuition Fees

Subject

Tuition Fees in Indian Rupees (Rs) (approx.)

Arts, Humanities

7,45,000 to 9,30,000

Engineering / Science

9,30,000 to 12,10,000

Business

11,20,000 to 14,90,000

MBA

9,30,000 to 23,25,000

Living Expenses

Places

Living Costs in Indian Rupees (Rs) (approx.)

Places Other than London

8,50,000 to 9,30,000

Places Near London

10,60,000 to 11,15,000


As overseas education consultants, we can firmly say that the cost of courses in the UK is lower when compared to other major education destinations. The ratio of international undergraduate student satisfaction to the cost of living in UK is higher than that of other top countries when it comes to studying abroad.


Types Of Accommodation:

Students under, both, Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses are guaranteed accommodation by many universities in their accommodation campus, for at least their first year at the university, provided, they inform the concerned authorities within the given deadlines.

  • On Campus : College hostels (self catered or fully catered)
  • Off Campus : Renting a flat / apartment
  • Home stay : With the Families near the institution.


The overall cost to study in UK depends on many factors like institution, course, location and funding opportunities. On an average, an undergraduate student pursuing a 40 week long course might have to spend approximately up to Rs. 9 lakhs, while a postgraduate student (one year) may approximately spend up to Rs. 11 lakhs. Private accommodation might be more expensive than most university accommodations. Monthly expenses in UK varies according to the location of the university chosen.

Scholarships


Universities in UK are generally funded by the government, which means that in some cases limited funds are available for the university to disburse among students as bursaries and scholarships. Still most universities do have certain awards which are given to students based on their merits as well as their performance during the course.

Students who decide to study in UK from India should be aware that there are special awards for Indian students besides the ones which individual departments may offer to those pursuing their further studies. Another important source of scholarship are the British Government sponsored awards like the Chevening Scholarship, Commonwealth Scholarship, DFID scholarship. These are extremely competitive and the deadlines are much in advance of the session.

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The UK is one of the largest economies in Europe. It is shown in the statistics that in the past few years, UK has seen a considerable drop in the unemployment rate, pointing out that Indian students studying in UK gives them an opportunity to pursue a career there. 


Part-Time Employment in UK:

Giving the students the option to work part-time instils in them a nature to balance their study life and professional life. Students can work on a part-time basis (up to 20 hours a week) during course term time and full-time during vacations. 

If you are wanting to pursue courses below degree level, you will only be able to work 10 hours a week instead of 20 hours. Foundation degree students are not included in this. Students planning to study in UK can make around £ 5 - £ 7 per hour i.e. approximately £375 - £525 / month during the term.

As overseas education consultants, we advice our students to look for part-time jobs in local newspapers, job shops and the University’s and College’s placement cells where information is available about job vacancies. However, please take a note of the fact that students are not guaranteed part-time employment by the University.

You cannot work nor extend your visas further if you’re going to study in UK for 6 months or less.  


Employment In UK for Post-Graduates:

With an intent to attract international students, the government had altered the study visa rules and regulations for them. Under the new scheme, international students from countries like India, can stay back in UK till after two years of completion of the course. And in recent times, students who studied in UK from India were allowed a stay back of mere 4-6 months.

The new visa will apply to students taking any course at the undergraduate and postgraduate level. The new visa will require a new application, compromising of payments of visa and health surcharge.

A major plus point to study in UK for an Indian students is that it gives them an opportunity to look for jobs. Once the graduate gets an appropriate job, he/she can switch over to the skilled work sector which, in turn, will be a route towards settlement. Another major benefit of the above mentioned regime is that it doesn't have any restrictions on the type of jobs the students are allowed to undertake.

The universities have opened their doors and opportunities to international students as well. Although, the stay back option has increased, students have to put on their A-game to grab the benefits.

The above mentioned new method is set to be launched in summer, 2021, signifying that in the summer of 2021 (Academic Year 2020-21), the eligible will be able to apply for this route. This also includes students who have already started off with their course.

Henceforth, study in UK for Indian students includes the application under this route after the completion of the course selected, within the validity date of their visa to have exposure.

The cost to study in UK depends on many factors, including University, course, location and funding opportunities. The cost advantage to study in UK for Indian students is the shorter duration of the programs: 3 years for Undergraduate degree and 1 year for Masters degree.


Tuition Fees

Subject

Tuition Fees in Indian Rupees (Rs) (approx.)

Arts, Humanities

7,45,000 to 9,30,000

Engineering / Science

9,30,000 to 12,10,000

Business

11,20,000 to 14,90,000

MBA

9,30,000 to 23,25,000

Living Expenses

Places

Living Costs in Indian Rupees (Rs) (approx.)

Places Other than London

8,50,000 to 9,30,000

Places Near London

10,60,000 to 11,15,000


As overseas education consultants, we can firmly say that the cost of courses in the UK is lower when compared to other major education destinations. The ratio of international undergraduate student satisfaction to the cost of living in UK is higher than that of other top countries when it comes to studying abroad.


Types Of Accommodation:

Students under, both, Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses are guaranteed accommodation by many universities in their accommodation campus, for at least their first year at the university, provided, they inform the concerned authorities within the given deadlines.

  • On Campus : College hostels (self catered or fully catered)
  • Off Campus : Renting a flat / apartment
  • Home stay : With the Families near the institution.


The overall cost to study in UK depends on many factors like institution, course, location and funding opportunities. On an average, an undergraduate student pursuing a 40 week long course might have to spend approximately up to Rs. 9 lakhs, while a postgraduate student (one year) may approximately spend up to Rs. 11 lakhs. Private accommodation might be more expensive than most university accommodations. Monthly expenses in UK varies according to the location of the university chosen.

Universities in UK are generally funded by the government, which means that in some cases limited funds are available for the university to disburse among students as bursaries and scholarships. Still most universities do have certain awards which are given to students based on their merits as well as their performance during the course.

Students who decide to study in UK from India should be aware that there are special awards for Indian students besides the ones which individual departments may offer to those pursuing their further studies. Another important source of scholarship are the British Government sponsored awards like the Chevening Scholarship, Commonwealth Scholarship, DFID scholarship. These are extremely competitive and the deadlines are much in advance of the session.