Universities in the UK offer a wide range of courses at all levels. If you are looking to pursue a Bachelor’s degree in the UK, the duration is 3 years but in some cases, it could be 4 years with an additional placement/sandwich year or a foundation year.
      Master’s programs in the UK are mostly one year and may have a placement or sandwich year available. The UK is the second most popular student destination in the world. A degree from the UK is recognized worldwide, guaranteeing you a vast amount of possibilities upon graduation.

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Programs In The UK

Foundation Year

         The International Foundation Year is made up of several core and route-specific modules that will better the student’s understanding of the chosen subject area. Depending on your choice of pathway, you can cater your modules to benefit your future career path.

Top Up Programs

        A top-up degree is the final year (Level 6) of an undergraduate degree course and allows you to top up your existing qualification to a full BA, BSc or BEng degree.  Top-up degrees are also ideal if you’re interested in studying the final year of your degree in the UK.

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Cost Of Study In The UK

        The University tuition fee in the UK is less than that of US universities and the program length is often shorter too. The average fee for international students starts around GBP 12000 per year and goes all the way up to GBP 35000. The living cost is higher in London as compared to the rest of the UK.
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Requirements To Study In The UK


        Specific program requirements are set by the university, but often include the completion of secondary education. Universities will specify the exact qualification and required score for your home country. You may be offered a foundation program through your chosen university to meet the required level for study.

English Language Tests

        All the UK universities and immigration authorities accept the IELTS , PTE academic test to determine the English language ability for students. The TOEFL iBT score equivalent may also be accepted, but this varies depending on the university. In situations where students have previously studied in the UK, language test results may not be needed.

Aptitude Tests

GMAT – Graduate Management Admission Test
UCAT- University Clinical Aptitude Test (UK medical and dental schools)
LNAT – National Admission Test for Law (undergraduate Law programs)

The UK Student Visa Requirements

        You will need a visa to study in the UK if you are an international student. There are exceptions for students from the EU or EEA or those who have dual passports.
If your student visa is for a full-time undergraduate or postgraduate degree you’ll be able to work part-time during term time up to 20 hours a week, and full time during university holiday periods.

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