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Admissions (Requirements)

Here are the major requirements to study in UK which you need to ensure while applying to a UK university:

Copy of a valid passport
GMAT/GRE scores for PG programs
Letter of Recommendations (LORs)
A CV (if applicable)
TOEFL/IELTS/C1 Advanced scores
Academic Transcripts
Portfolio (for specific courses)
Statement of Purpose (SOP)


There are various scholarships offered by the UK government, universities and private organisations to support the education of international students. Here is a list of the most popular scholarships to study in UK:

International Undergraduate Merit Scholarship At University Of Leeds 2023 University Of Greenwich Research Studentships And Scholarships 2023 South Asia Postgraduate Excellence Award 2023 LLB For Graduates Scholarship At University Of Liverpool 2023 See More

VISA (Options)

Short-term Study

Type – Study

If you want to do a short course of study in the UK, such as an English language course or a training course or do a short period of research as part of a degree course if you are studying abroad then you must get a short-term visa to study in UK. You can apply for a visa up to 3 months before your date of travel to the UK.

General Student – Tier 4

Type – Study

This category is for students coming to the UK for post-16 education. A Tier 4 (General) Student must be at least 16 years old.

General Work – Tier 2

Type – Study

The Tier 2 visa is the main UK visa route for skilled workers coming to the UK to take up employment, usually paying a salary of at least £20,800 per annum for “new entrants” and £30,000 for “experienced workers”. In order to apply for this visa you must have a job offer and a certificate of sponsorship from a years.

Child Student – Tier 4

Type – Study

You can apply for the Tier 4 (Child) student visa if you are aged between 4 and 17 and you want to study at an independent school in the UK. However working is allowed only for students of ages 16 and above.

Cost of Living (Monthly Living Expenses)

Post Study Work Visa


Part-time Work

Maximum of 20 hours per week for regular students. Maximum of 10 hours per week for language center students

Post Study Work VISA

Students completing a Bachelors or Masters program get a work VISA of 2 years. PhD graduates get a work VISA of 3 years.


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The admission requirements at UK universities may vary by university and programme you are applying to. In general, foreign students are required to provide their academic transcripts, English language proficiency test scores (IELTS, Dualingo, PTE, etc.), LOR, and SOP, or essay.

The cost of studying at UK universities and colleges may vary depending on the degree and course you are applying to. International students have to pay more than local students in the UK. Except for tuition fees, you are advised to plan your living expenses in the UK, such as accommodation, food, and travel expenses.

Yes, you can find many scholarships that are awarded to international students who are planning to study in the UK. Some of them are awarded by the universities, while others are awarded by the government or provided by scholarship providers. It's advised to find the scholarship as early as possible and apply for it to maximise the chance of being awarded.

Yes, you can work while you are studying in the UK, as long as you are allowed to work either part-time or full-time. Students in the UK can work up to 20 hours per week, as allowed by the authorities.