study in UK

What makes UK an ideal destination for study is academic excellence, quality of life and multiple options suiting your budget.

Cost of tuition fees & LIVING :

Average Fees and Living expenses per year 
Tuition fees – INR 16.07 lakhs
Living expenses – INR 5.17 lakhs
Tuition fees – INR 14.48 lakhs
Living expenses – INR 5.17 lakhs
Tuition fees – INR 18.06 lakhs
Living expenses – INR 5.17 lakhs
1) Renowned Universities :
UK is home to some of the oldest and renowned Universities with some of them founded as old as 800 years ago. What makes UK so attractive is that almost one-fifth of the world’s top 50 universities are from the UK according to the QS World University Rankings, 2020.
2) Wide range of degrees to choose from :
You name a course and it’s offered by the Universities here in the UK. In fact people end up discovering something that they didn’t even imagine existed. It helps exploring and letting the students from all around the globe to understand their areas of interest with the wide range of opportunities available.
3) Post Study Visa : 
Now international students who enroll from 2020/21 can stay up to two years before they are required to change their visa or leave the country. International students are required to find a job with a minimum salary of £20,800 with a Tier 2 sponsor license. Also, students pursuing Ph.D. are allowed to stay up to 12 months after completing their degree.Your Tier 4 visa is valid only till your course duration.
The UK post-study work visa allows international students to stay back in the UK to search for work for a period of 2 years after completing their graduate studies.
The new visa rules will come into effect from September/autumn 2020 or later. During the first year after graduation, PSW visa holders can work in any job until they find work to move towards a general work visa.
4) Internships: 
Maximum of 20 hours per week of paid/unpaid work for those studying at degree level or more.