Study In UK

Overview :

Thousands of international students pursue their higher education in the UK every year, making the education system one of the preferred choices for international students. For students worldwide that would like an English-language education, the education destination is among the 2nd countries in the World to facilitate the education system for the students, prior to being the country where English language was invented.

With an astounding higher-education system locating hundreds of world-class universities, the UK assures the adept experience of sophisticated learning with a serene home stay ambiance for international students. One of the world’s most popular destinations to pursue higher education, UK has become an attraction to more than 500,000 international students enrolling each year. There are more than 395 universities and colleges that offer over 50,000 undergraduate-level higher education courses across the UK.

About UK Education

The education prospect in the UK is highly accredited and renowned all over the World, being one of the top education destinations for the overseas students pursuing higher education service.

Some of the features about the education in UK are briefed as below:

1. Over 50,000 courses are provisioned in the universities and educational institutions across the UK in more than 25 subject areas.
2. The international undergraduate education fees start at around 10,000 EURO (USD 14,130) up to 38,000 EURO (53,700) or more for medical degrees per annum.
3. The international postgraduate fees for classroom based programs starts at around 11,000 EURO (USD 15,545) up to 32,000 EURO (USD 45,200) per annum.
4. The laboratory based programs fees starts at around 12,000 EURO (USD 16,940) to 27,200 (USD 38,400) per annum.

Living Expenses

The living costs for an international student are around EURO 450 for accommodation/rentals, around EURO 200 for food, around EURO 60 for gas and electricity, around EURO 40 for internet and so on. International students are allowed to work part-time up to 20 hours at maximum per week during term-time and full-time during holiday breaks.

Why UK or KEY Facts :

The UK consists of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland and it is the biggest European island. Located in NorthWestern Europe, The UK occupies an area of 242,900 sq km. The population exceeds 63 million, with London, its capital, counting for over 8 million of them. Manchester, Birmingham, Glasgow, Liverpool, Newcastle, Nottingham, Bristol, etc. are the other big UK cities. English is the official spoken language and their currency is the sterling pound.

The UK has a diverse community, where you can meet exceptional culture. The historical places of the UK attract tourists from all over the world. Many people enjoy going to the UK because of its rich history and because there is so much to do. Apart from traveling and enjoying adventure, if you are into history and culture, this is the place to go.

In a typical British environment, you can come across interesting traditions, delicious foods, breathtaking nature views, folk music and many more to recount their rich culture. The architectural display will amaze you too. The different architectural shapes, styles and structures represent different ages of British architecture. The joy of visiting one of the eight miracles in the world: the Stonehenge will overwhelm you.

Undoubtedly, English is the official language of the UK but there are many dialects and accents that will get you by surprise when moving from place to place. In fact, because the UK comprises of 4 countries, it has a number of regional languages other than English that have their own differences. Certain changes can be noticed in spoken language even if you move by less than a hundred kilometers.

Documents Checklist :

Document Checklist

Documentation Checklist for admission, and for Visa purpose:

Documents Required for Offer Letter:

  • All academic transcripts and certificates
  • Passport
  • Passport of Spouse (If traveling together)
  • 2 recommendation letters from lecturers or from College/Uni.
  • Work experience letters to fulfill gaps (If any)
  • Statement of Purpose /Motivation letter
  • CV or Bio-date (Latest)

After receiving Offer


  • Make No Objection Certificate (NOC) from MOE
  • Manage fund (1-year tuition fees + 9 months Living Cost) and hold it in the bank account for a minimum of 28 days and have the statement and bank certificate together. (For instance, If you are studying in Greater London*, you must have at least £1,265 per month of your course whereas you will have to show £1,015 per month of your course if you are studying outside of London. Each dependent will be required to demonstrate the maintenance of £6,120 annually (£680 per month up to a maximum of 9 months).
  • Pay tuition fees (1 year in case of Inside London OR Initial deposit of Universities of Outside London) – depends on case by case basis.
  • Get a TB certificate from IOM.
  • Prepare additional financial documents along with Relationship certificates with sponsors, Income & its supporting and property valuation. These documents are to be in English or with English translations.


Apply for CAS


  • Fess payment confirmation.
  • TB certificate.
  • Financial documents.


Prepare for Mock Interview from University of there is the system.

Receive CAS

Fill the ONLINE application form of UKVI:

An applicant filling student visa forms for UK should make sure that he/she is able to pay for the course and the living expenses of family members if they come alongside. While applying for a student visa for UK, one should make sure that these financial resources are provided for without working in the UK or claiming public funds.
The applicant should clearly state the intent of not working in the UK unless he/she is accepted for a course lasting longer than six months. One may work part-time or during vacations which is now accepted, however, this rule should be checked with authentic government websites.
Make sure that you will leave the UK after your study at the time of student visa interview with your interviewer. This assures your visa. GOOD LUCK !!!

Processing of visa application

Make an application for a student visa in UK 2-3 months before you intend to travel to study. The periods from September to January is especially busy for the visa decision and so make sure you apply well in advance so as to attend the Uni or college in time.
While applying for a student visa, the fees should be paid only by a bank draft or cash (available at the Visa Application Centers). They should be made in favor of:
An additional handling charge per application will be levied by VFS as per rules in VFS website.  The Entry Clearance Officer will try to make a decision using your student visa form and the supporting documents you have provided and not forget to have those complete documents with you. If this is not possible, they will conduct a student visa interview. The schedule of student visa interview will be given to you either by call or by email.

Mandatory documents:

  • Income tax papers of the sponsor/s.
  • Student Visa Application form – Printed.
  • CAS Letter from an accepted institution from the UK.
  • Valid passport with at least 3 months validity.
  • Visa fee in the form of a bank draft.
  • Copies of academic mark sheets and certificates.
  • Work experience certificates, if applicable with salary slips or statement.
  • Proof of payment of fees such as swift page (if applicable)
  • Proof of funds – Applicants must demonstrate that they have sufficient liquid assets to pay the tuition fees, living expenses and traveling cost without engaging in employment in the UK. Even bank loans are accepted by few Universities and need to check with them beforehand.
  • Letter from the sponsors as affidavits or sponsorship.