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Why the UK?

If you didn’t know, the UK has some of the oldest universities in the world with some with roots dating back to the 12th and 13th centuries. Owing to this rich history, the UK has set a benchmark for other countries in education. But what makes the UK the preferred destination for Indian students is the flexibility of the education system in the country and the international recognition of degrees from the universities in the UK.

Here is why you should pursue your higher studies in the UK



Multicultural environment
Top-ranked universities
Shorter duration of courses
Health benefits for students
Better work opportunities
Safe & friendly environment

Post-Graduation Opportunities in The UK

Because the globally ranked universities in the UK accept international students for postgraduate programs, the UK has become the preferred destination of Indian students for post graduation. Apart from this, the UK also gives a stay back period of 2 years after post graduation, making postgraduation in the UK even attractive.

Eligibility For Studying in The UK For Indian Students


Each level of education in the UK has varying requirements which must be satisfied to gain entry at that level.

The eligibility for admission in an undergraduate degree program in the UK :
Ø A minimum of 11 years of school education (10 + 2)
Ø Language proficiency certificate (IELTS or TOFEL)
Ø Proof of funds
Ø A valid health insurance

The eligibility for admission in a postgraduate degree program in the UK :
Ø A valid undergraduate degree from a recognized university
Ø Language proficiency certificate (IELTS or TOFEL)
Ø Proof of funds

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, students must clear the English language proficiency test before they apply for admission. The cut-off scores vary depending on the course you choose and the institution you apply to.

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.

A student visa issued for full-time degree-level studies allows students to work for a maximum of 20 hours per week during term-time. This is a maximum of 20 hours in total in any one week, including paid or unpaid work and for one or more organisations.

As of 2021, the minimum wage in the UK varies between £8.72 to £8.91 per hour for workers aged 23 and over. £8.20 to £8.36 an hour for workers aged 21 – 22. From £6.45 to £6.56 an hour for workers aged 18 – 20.

As a single student living in the UK, the average weekly budget including rent should be approximately £240.89.

When should you start applying for UK universities?

The UK has two intakes for international students, January intake and September intake. The first session begins in January/ February and the second intake begins in September/ October. Acceptance or rejection notification will be sent within two months post-deadline.