Why Study in UK? Check Complete Procedure

Why Study in UK? Check Complete Procedure

The UK has a worldwide reputation for academic excellence. It is also a fantastic place to live with a rich history and vibrant culture. The UK has been welcoming international students to its universities and colleges for many years.

  • The UK is home to thousands of people from all around the world. The UK is a friendly, welcoming place for people of all countries, cultures and faiths.
  • In 2022, over 500,000 international students from 200 nations studied in the UK, and a further
  • 400,000 students came to do an English language course.
  • A warm welcoming and safe learning environment.
  • High quality education system and world class qualifications.
  • Tuition fees are very much competitive compare with Australia, Canada and USA.
  • UK education’s excellent reputation leads to internationally recognized qualifications, meaning

Students can look forward to good career prospects when they return home.

  • The UK education style offers a more personalized and independent approach to help students to develop intellectual skills needed for the global market.
  • More intensive, shorter degree courses are more cost effective so students save time and money acquiring the highest quality education.
  • Part time work opportunities.
  • Living and accommodation cost are viable.
  • Global experience.
  • Availability of various English Language courses such as Pre Sessional, English for Academic


  • A seamless network of international student support helps international students feel welcome

and to benefit fully from their education experience, by helping them to complete their studies.

  • Low drop out rates are a distinguishing feature of the UK system.
  • The UK is at the forefront of scientific and creative innovation, so students benefit by learning

alongside some of the world’s top intellectual achievers.

  • The UK offers a wealth of educational possibilities, so that students can choose a course to meet


Entry Requirements for Application


  • Foundation Years are available to students who don’t meet the academic requirements for entry directly onto year 1 of a Bachelor’s degree.


  • An overall average of 55 – 65% or above in the 12th Standard.
  • Advanced entry to certain undergraduate degree programs may be possible for students who hold a UK HND or India Diploma in a relevant subject


  • An overall average of 3-year degree (B.COM, BBA, B.SC, BCA, etc.) at 55%-60% (or CGPA of 6.0/10) from a recognized Indian university for entry to a relevant postgraduate program.
  • An overall average of 4- or 5-year degrees (B.E, BTECH, B PHARM, B. ARCH, etc.) at 50%-55% (or CGPA of 5.8/10) from a recognized Indian university for entry to a relevant postgraduate program.


Level of English

You must prove you can read, write, speak and understand English to a certain level on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) scale.

  • Degree level or above – Equivalent to CEFR level B2
  • Below degree level – CEFR level B1


Which English language tests are accepted?

English Proficiency Tests are the most important and common requirements for studying in the UK. All universities and courses require international students to produce proof of English proficiency by submitting scores on exams.

IELTS – International English Language Testing System

TOEFL – Test of English as a Foreign Language

PTE Academic – Pearson Test of English Academic

Students can also submit Duolingo English Tests, Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE), and Trinity Secure English Language Tests (SELTs).


English Qualifications

Proficiency in English is essential for study at the University.

  • HSC (12th standard) English at 65-70% or above
  • For UG – IELTS 6.0 overall with at least 5.5 in each band and equivalent
  • For PG – IELTS 6.5 overall with at least 5.5 in each band and equivalent

Documents you’ll need to apply for any course in the UK University


  1. Passport
  2. Detailed CV with Contact details (Phone, email and Postal address)
  3. High school transcripts
  4. IELTS (If any)
  5. Previous visa copies or Rejection History (If any)

Bachelor’s and Master’s

  1. Passport
  2. CV including Contact details (Phone, email and Postal address)
  3. All Transcripts and Certificates from Secondary School and Graduation
  4. Foundation transcript and Certificate (if available)
  5. Personal Statement (SOP)
  6. Two references/Referral details
  7. IELTS (If any)
  8. Work experience letter (If any)
  9. UK Visa copies (If any)
  10. Previous other countries visa copies or Rejection History (If any)

Graduate Route – PSW (Post Study Work)

The Graduate route provides an opportunity for international students who have been awarded their degree to stay in the UK and work or look for work, at any skill level for 2 years, or 3 years for doctoral students.

The cost to apply to the Graduate route is £700 (for both two and three-year Graduate route applications) and you will also need to pay the Immigration Health Surcharge as part of your application. This gives you access to the UK’s National Health Service on generally the same basis as a UK permanent resident. The Immigration Health Surcharge costs £624 per year and the full amount needs to be paid when applying. Dependents will also be required to pay the application fee of £700, as well as the Immigration Health Surcharge.

You can apply to the Graduate route once your university has sent you your final course results, but not before this. Your university also needs to tell us that you have successfully completed your course before we can consider your application. You do not have to wait until you have graduated to apply.

Skilled Worker Route –

  • You have a job offer from a Home Office-licensed sponsor at the required skill level
  • You will be paid the relevant minimum salary threshold by your sponsor (normally £25,600 or the going rate for that particular job, whichever is higher)
  • You can speak English at the intermediate level at B1 (on the Common European Framework of Reference for languages).


Visa Fees –

  • £363 to apply for a Student visa from outside the UK
  • £490 to extend or switch to a Student visa from inside the UK

Priority visa option is available for UK at addition cost, in this case student receives a visa in 5-7 working days

Maintenance fund –

You need enough money to pay for your course for 1 academic year (up to 9 months). The amount you need to pay will be on your Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS)

If you’ve been in the UK with a valid visa for at least 12 months, you do not need to prove you have this money for your visa application.

  • £1,334 per month (for up to 9 months) for courses in London, Total = 12006
  • £1,023 per month (for up to 9 months) for courses outside London, Total = 9207
  • £2,530 for the course in London (if you are on the Doctorate Extension Scheme)
  • £2,030 for the course outside London (if you are on the Doctorate Extension Scheme)


Student may also need to provide other documents:

  • proof you have enough money to support yourself and pay for your course – this will vary depending on your circumstances
  • a valid ATAS certificate if your course and nationality require it
  • proof of parental or other legal guardian consent if you’re under 18
  • proof of your relationship to your parent or guardian if you’re under 18
  • your tuberculosis test results
  • written consent for your application from your financial sponsor if you’ve received sponsorship for your course fees and living costs in the last 12 months.


Settling in the UK for Good

After your visa expires, there is no grace period for staying in the country. However, if you would like to extend or acquire permanent citizenship, there are options.

If you would like to extend your current visa, you may do so. Make sure to apply online through the www.gov.uk website well before your current visa ends.

After extending your visa, you may also meet the requirements for an Indefinite Leave to Remain (IRL). An IRL would allow you to live and work in the UK without a time limit.

The requirements for an ILR include:

  • Having a Tier 2 Visa (or other applicable visas)
  • Proof of residence in the UK for more than five years without spending more than 180 consecutive days outside the UK in the year period
  • Meeting the minimum salary requirements
  • Proof that your sponsor still needs you for your job


Partner and Children

Your partner and children (dependents’) may be able to apply to come to the UK or stay longer in the UK.

You must be one of the following:

  • a full-time student on a postgraduate level course (RQF level 7 or above) that lasts 9 months or longer. Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF)
  • a new government-sponsored student on a course that lasts longer than 6 months
  • a Doctorate Extension Scheme student

 When you can travel to the UK

You can arrive before your course starts. This can be either:

  • up to 1 week before, if your course lasts 6 months or less
  • up to 1 month before if your course lasts more than 6 months


Russell Group Universities


University of BirminghamUniversity of BristolUniversity of Cambridge
Cardiff UniversityDurham UniversityUniversity of Edinburgh
University of ExeterUniversity of GlasgowImperial College London
King’s College LondonUniversity of LeedsUniversity of Liverpool
London School of Economics & Political ScienceUniversity of ManchesterNewcastle University
University of NottinghamUniversity of OxfordQueen Mary, University of London
Queen’s University BelfastUniversity of SheffieldUniversity of Southampton
University College LondonUniversity of WarwickUniversity of York



File Assessment Procedure  

Step 1: Selecting institutions and courses

Provide general information and send courses links to the student. If the applicant agrees on the particular institution, please fill up the application. Edit a personal statement and other relevant application forms if needed.

Step 2: Documents collection & checking

Documents required for initial assessment:

  • Passport
  • All Academic certificates & transcripts
  • Work experience letter (If any)
  • IELTS certificate (If any)
  • Reference letter (Academic & work) or referees’ details
  • CV


 Step 3: Submission of the application.

 Step 4: Waiting time for the Institute

Usually it takes (7-15 days) to get a response from the institute. Inform the student about the time frame.

Step 5:  Interview by institute

It is not mandatory to take an interview. Few universities will take and few of them just assess the files. Interview date selection, Informing the student about the interview, Preparing them for the interview

Step 6: Result of the interview

If the interview is ok, wait for offer letter. As soon as we receive the offer letter, we have to send the offer letter to applicant.

 Step 7: Activities after receiving the offer letter

If the offer is conditional, fulfilling the given condition. If the offer is unconditional, please pay the tuition fees.

Step 8: Payment to the university – Make them pay to college /university

-Get the receipt and Wait for the Confirmation for Acceptance of studies (CAS)

Step 9: Submit the bank statement and fill the CAS Shield along with all documents. After getting CAS check for the temporary accommodation and get the details.

Step 10: Visa application – Fill out the online application, check for any error.

– Apply with all required documents for getting the student visa.

Step 11: After receiving the UK student visa, book the flight, convert the currency and pack your bags.