Frequently asked questions
How much will it cost to study in UK?
Your cost of education will depend upon the kind of course and university that you choose. It also depends on your study level. However, most commonly education, arts and humanities courses are cheaper whereas subjects such as engineering and medicine would be more expensive. The average fee for an undergraduate bachelor degree and postgraduate master’s degree would be between GBP 10,000 to GBP 20,000 per year. The average fee for a doctoral degree would be between GBP 15,000 to GBP 24,000 per year.
How much will student visa to study in the UK cost?
Can I work while studying in the UK?
Yes, you can work up to 20 hours a week during the school term and when the school is out of term you can work full-time.
Will I find a good job if I study in UK?
Yes, you will. Your prospects of employability and credibility amplifies when you have a degree from the UK. Your degree will be recognized wherever you go.
Can I bring my spouse along on my study visa?
Yes, you can bring your spouse/unmarried partner/child under 18 years old to the UK as your dependent. However, you need to be a full-time student on a postgraduate level course which lasts more than 9 months or a doctorate extension scheme student or a government sponsored student on a course which lasts more than 6 months. You will have to pay £475 for the dependent visa.
Do I need to clear english proficiency exams before applying for UK universities?
It depends on the university you are applying. Most universities in the UK require non-English speaking country students to clear english language proficiency test in order to seek admission in the UK universities. IELTS is the most commonly accepted English language test. However, several universities accept Pearson’s PTE Academic and TOEFL as well.
What are the different ways through which I can financially support my studies abroad?
Students can self-fund their studies in the UK or obtain financial assistance options such as bank loans, and scholarships.