England

Why Study In England

UK institutions consistently rank among the best in the world and study in UK for Indian students is internationally valued and recognized. When you study in UK you meet people from different nationalities and share their multicultural backgrounds. UK universities are monitored regularly to ensure that they uphold the high standards of teaching, learning and research set by the Government. The Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education is the key body responsible for maintaining these standards. If students look to study in UK from India for UG and PG courses they are met with shorter course duration than other countries with UG-3 years, PG-1 year, which can help keep the cost of tuition fees and living expenses down. Numerous scholarships and bursaries are offered by UK institutions. The teaching and study methodology used in the UK gives students the freedom to be creative and develop skills sets and confidence. Students get the opportunity to be taught by the world's leading academicians and experts.


Top Courses


Computer Science and Information System - Newcastle University

English Language and Literature - Newcastle University

Geography - Newcastle University

Architecture, Civil Engineering, and Environmental Sciences - Newcastle University

Business Mathematics - Newcastle University

Art & Design Management - Coventry University

Engineering - Coventry University

Sports - Coventry University

Food Science - Coventry University

Drama, Dance and Cinematic - Coventry University

Forensic Science - Coventry University

Engineering - The University of Liverpool

Chemistry - The University of Liverpool

Architecture - The University of Liverpool

Computer Science and Information System - The University of Liverpool

Artificial Intellegence - University of Birmingham

Finance and Accounting - University of Birmingham

Master of Business Administration - University of Birmingham

Law Enforcement Management - University of Birmingham

Business and Economics - University of Birmingham

Career Opportunities


The UK is one of the largest economies in Europe. Statistics show that in the past few years, UK has seen a significant fall in the unemployment rate. This indicates that study in UK for Indian students is an opportunity for them to pursue a career in the UK.

Part Time Employment In The UK

Students can work upto 20 hours a week during term time and full time during vacations.

If you are looking to pursue courses below the degree level, you will only be able to work 10 hours a week (this has been reduced from 20 hours). However, this does not include Foundation Degree students. Students planning to study in UK can expect to earn around £ 5 - £ 7 per hour i.e. approximately £375 - £525 per month during the term.

As UK education consultants we advice students to look for part-time jobs by looking at local newspapers and job shops as well as the Universities and Colleges career cells where information is available about vacancies. However, please note that students are not guaranteed part time employment by the University.

If you are going to study in UK for six months or less, you cannot work nor extend your visas further.


Employment In UK After Graduating

In an attempt to attract international students, the government altered the study visa rules for international students. Through the new scheme, international students from a range of countries which includes India, can stay back in the UK two years upon the completion of the course. Until recently, those who study in UK from India, received a stay back of mere four to six months respectively.

The new visa applies to students studying any subject at the undergraduate and postgraduate level. The new visa will be a distinct one that requires a new application, compromising of payments of visa and health surcharge.

A major benefit to study in UK for Indian students is that it gives them an opportunity to look for jobs. Once the graduate finds an appropriate job, they can switch to the skilled work segment which is a route towards settlement. Another major pro of the said regime is that it doesn't restrict the type of jobs students are permitted to undertake.

Although universities have opened their doors to international students, the rules still remain stringent in accepting the academically eminent. Therefore, although the stay back option has increased, students still have to be at the top of their game to reap the benefits.

The new route is set to be launched in the summer of 2021, meaning eligible graduates in the summer of 2021 (Academic Year 2020-21) will be able to apply for this route. This also includes students who have already commenced their course.

Thus now, study in UK for Indian students includes application under this route after the completion of the program, within the validity of their visa to gain exposure.

Some of the other career opportunities include Information Economy, Oil and Gas, Construction, Graphic Designers, Animators, Health Care, Restaurants, Medical Consultants, etc.

Education Cost


The cost to study in UK is dependent on many factors, including institution, course, location and funding opportunities. The most apparent cost advantage to study in UK for Indian students is the shorter duration of the programs : 3yrs for UG degree and only 1 year for Masters degree.


Tuition Fees

Subject  Tuition Fees (Per Year) Tuition Fees in Indian Rupees (Rs)
 Arts, Humanities  £ 8,000 to £ 10,000 7,44,000 to 9,30,000
 Engineering / Science  £ 10,000 to £ 13,000 9,30,000 to 12,09,000
 Business £ 12,000 to £ 16,000 11,16,000 to 14,88,000
 MBA £ 10,000 to £ 25,000  9,30,000 to 23,25,000


Living Expenses

 Places Living Costs (Per Year) Living Costs in Indian Rupees (Rs)
 Places Other than London  £ 9,135 to £ 10,000 8,49,555 to 9,30,000
 Places Near London £ 11,385 to £ 12,000 10,58,805 to 11,16,000

(The above conversion has been done at Rs 93=£ 1. Subject to change*)


As UK education consultants we can firmly say that the cost of courses in the UK compares favorably with other major education destinations. The rate of international undergraduate student satisfaction with the cost of living in the UK is also higher than that of other top countries for studying abroad.


Further, education courses vary in length. You may have the option of doing a foundation course and deciding later whether you want to carry on studying and ‘top up’ to a full degree. This means you can take a break from your studies to return home, or alternate between periods of work and study. Find out more in Further education and Shorter undergraduate courses.


Types Of Accommodation

Both Undergraduate and Postgraduate students are guaranteed accommodation by many universities in their Halls of Residence, for at least their first year at the university, provided they inform the university 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 is dependent on many factors, including institution, course, location and funding opportunities. On an average, an undergraduate student pursuing a 40 weeks long course may approximately spend up to Rs. 8 - 9 lakhs, while a postgraduate student (one year) may approximately spend nearly Rs. 10 - 11 lakhs. Many UK shops and restaurants offer a student discount and you can also get great deals on travel passes to help make life more affordable. Private accommodation can be expensive than most university accommodations. Monthly expenses in UK will vary according to the location of your university. As UK education consultants we provide guidance on how much an international student should expect to spend on living expenses. If you wish to study in London, you should expect to approximately pay £13,521.

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.

Computer Science and Information System - Newcastle University

English Language and Literature - Newcastle University

Geography - Newcastle University

Architecture, Civil Engineering, and Environmental Sciences - Newcastle University

Business Mathematics - Newcastle University

Art & Design Management - Coventry University

Engineering - Coventry University

Sports - Coventry University

Food Science - Coventry University

Drama, Dance and Cinematic - Coventry University

Forensic Science - Coventry University

Engineering - The University of Liverpool

Chemistry - The University of Liverpool

Architecture - The University of Liverpool

Computer Science and Information System - The University of Liverpool

Artificial Intellegence - University of Birmingham

Finance and Accounting - University of Birmingham

Master of Business Administration - University of Birmingham

Law Enforcement Management - University of Birmingham

Business and Economics - University of Birmingham

The UK is one of the largest economies in Europe. Statistics show that in the past few years, UK has seen a significant fall in the unemployment rate. This indicates that study in UK for Indian students is an opportunity for them to pursue a career in the UK.

Part Time Employment In The UK

Students can work upto 20 hours a week during term time and full time during vacations.

If you are looking to pursue courses below the degree level, you will only be able to work 10 hours a week (this has been reduced from 20 hours). However, this does not include Foundation Degree students. Students planning to study in UK can expect to earn around £ 5 - £ 7 per hour i.e. approximately £375 - £525 per month during the term.

As UK education consultants we advice students to look for part-time jobs by looking at local newspapers and job shops as well as the Universities and Colleges career cells where information is available about vacancies. However, please note that students are not guaranteed part time employment by the University.

If you are going to study in UK for six months or less, you cannot work nor extend your visas further.


Employment In UK After Graduating

In an attempt to attract international students, the government altered the study visa rules for international students. Through the new scheme, international students from a range of countries which includes India, can stay back in the UK two years upon the completion of the course. Until recently, those who study in UK from India, received a stay back of mere four to six months respectively.

The new visa applies to students studying any subject at the undergraduate and postgraduate level. The new visa will be a distinct one that requires a new application, compromising of payments of visa and health surcharge.

A major benefit to study in UK for Indian students is that it gives them an opportunity to look for jobs. Once the graduate finds an appropriate job, they can switch to the skilled work segment which is a route towards settlement. Another major pro of the said regime is that it doesn't restrict the type of jobs students are permitted to undertake.

Although universities have opened their doors to international students, the rules still remain stringent in accepting the academically eminent. Therefore, although the stay back option has increased, students still have to be at the top of their game to reap the benefits.

The new route is set to be launched in the summer of 2021, meaning eligible graduates in the summer of 2021 (Academic Year 2020-21) will be able to apply for this route. This also includes students who have already commenced their course.

Thus now, study in UK for Indian students includes application under this route after the completion of the program, within the validity of their visa to gain exposure.

Some of the other career opportunities include Information Economy, Oil and Gas, Construction, Graphic Designers, Animators, Health Care, Restaurants, Medical Consultants, etc.

The cost to study in UK is dependent on many factors, including institution, course, location and funding opportunities. The most apparent cost advantage to study in UK for Indian students is the shorter duration of the programs : 3yrs for UG degree and only 1 year for Masters degree.


Tuition Fees

Subject  Tuition Fees (Per Year) Tuition Fees in Indian Rupees (Rs)
 Arts, Humanities  £ 8,000 to £ 10,000 7,44,000 to 9,30,000
 Engineering / Science  £ 10,000 to £ 13,000 9,30,000 to 12,09,000
 Business £ 12,000 to £ 16,000 11,16,000 to 14,88,000
 MBA £ 10,000 to £ 25,000  9,30,000 to 23,25,000


Living Expenses

 Places Living Costs (Per Year) Living Costs in Indian Rupees (Rs)
 Places Other than London  £ 9,135 to £ 10,000 8,49,555 to 9,30,000
 Places Near London £ 11,385 to £ 12,000 10,58,805 to 11,16,000

(The above conversion has been done at Rs 93=£ 1. Subject to change*)


As UK education consultants we can firmly say that the cost of courses in the UK compares favorably with other major education destinations. The rate of international undergraduate student satisfaction with the cost of living in the UK is also higher than that of other top countries for studying abroad.


Further, education courses vary in length. You may have the option of doing a foundation course and deciding later whether you want to carry on studying and ‘top up’ to a full degree. This means you can take a break from your studies to return home, or alternate between periods of work and study. Find out more in Further education and Shorter undergraduate courses.


Types Of Accommodation

Both Undergraduate and Postgraduate students are guaranteed accommodation by many universities in their Halls of Residence, for at least their first year at the university, provided they inform the university 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 is dependent on many factors, including institution, course, location and funding opportunities. On an average, an undergraduate student pursuing a 40 weeks long course may approximately spend up to Rs. 8 - 9 lakhs, while a postgraduate student (one year) may approximately spend nearly Rs. 10 - 11 lakhs. Many UK shops and restaurants offer a student discount and you can also get great deals on travel passes to help make life more affordable. Private accommodation can be expensive than most university accommodations. Monthly expenses in UK will vary according to the location of your university. As UK education consultants we provide guidance on how much an international student should expect to spend on living expenses. If you wish to study in London, you should expect to approximately pay £13,521.

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.