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Study in United Kingdom

Study In UK

The UK is the most accepting, multi-ethnic country— In fact, people from almost every country on Earth are found here! The UK economy is the sixth-largest national economy in the world measured in Gross Domestic Product (GDP), ranked ninth in terms of power parity (PPP), and per capita GDP. The base ranks second, accounting for 3.3% of global GDP.

According to the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA), the UK is ranked as the second most famous study destination in the world, in 2017/18 the huge number as 458,520 international students chosen UK universities to study at, so you can be sure you’ll receive a whole-hearted welcome.

Universities in the UK have a centuries-old history, with both Oxford and Cambridge universities, dating back more than 800 years! In fact, according to QS World University Rankings 2020, almost one in five of the world’s top 50 universities is in the UK!

In the UK, if you study full time, you can usually complete an undergraduate degree in 3 years. A master’s degree usually takes 1 year. This is in contrast to other countries, such as the United States, where undergraduate degrees take at least 4 years to complete, and master’s degrees take 2 years to complete.

So, if you choose to study in the UK, you will graduate sooner, and you will be able to save money on fees and accommodation. That’s a big reason why you should study in the UK!

      • UK universities are Internationally recognized due to the quality of education.
      • A wide choice in selecting a field of study and institution.
      • Tuition and accommodation costs get reduced because of the shorter duration of courses in the UK.
      • Part-time work along with studies is allowed
      • Post-study work

Universities of Apply Board UK

Cranfield University
University of East Angles
Nottingham Trent University
University of Hertfordshire
University of the West of England
WNE

Universities of OXFORD Group

Canterbury Christ Church University
De Montfort University Leicester
Oxford Tutorial College

Universities of Study Group

Coventry University
University of Strathcly Glasgow
University of Surrey
Lancaster University
Bellerbys College
University of Sussex
Keele University
Royal Holloway University of London
University of Lincoln
The University of Sheffield
Kingston University London
The University of Law
University of Huddersfield
University of Leicester
Leeds International Study Center
Instituto Maragoni
Liverpool John Moores University
University of Leeds
Leeds Beckett University
Leeds Metropolitan University

Universities of SIUK Group

University of Bedfordshire
University of Birmingham
University of Bradford
University of Bristol
University of Cambridge
Durham University
University of Exeter
University of Glasgow
Harper Adams University
Imperial College London
LSE
Loughborough University
The University of Manchester
University of Oxford
University of Southampton
University of St Andrews
UCL
The University of Warwick
University of Bath
University of Wolverhampton

Global University System

ARDEN University
Edology
Interactive Pro
London Academy of Trading
London College of Contemporary Arta
LCCM
London School of Business & Finance
RDI Learning without Boundaries
ST Patricn's
The Language Gallery
The University of Law

Universities of Cambridge Group

University of Amsterdam
University of Reading
Royal Holloway University
Lund University
London South Bank University
Queen Mary University of London
Coventry University
University of Lancashire
RCSI
Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences
The Courtauld Institute of Art
Kristianstad University Sweden
University of Hull
Royal Veterinary College University of London
Brikbeck University of London
Illinois Institute of Technology
University of Sunderland
Goldsmiths University of London
On Campus Boston
St. George's University
SLU

Study in the UK from Pakistan | Visa Requirements 

The UK has been known long for its strong educational background and history. With almost 460,000 international students coming to study almost every year, the UK is considered as the second most popular destination for study in the world.

The UK is a hub for international students and the degree sets you apart from others. With world-class education, you end up with a great future perspective and an enriching experience.

Here, at highbrow we arrange an easy pathway for study in the UK for international students, especially Pakistani students wishing to study in the UK.

Study in UK Requirements

Millions of students are applying to get admission to universities in the UK. There are the 20 most top universities in the UK which are of high standards and offering different scholarships for foreign students. Their teaching styles and the level of education given to them are of the highest quality.

The graduates of UK universities are of great worth and have a value for getting employment, for further admission in postgraduate or doctorate degree.  They give professional education to the students and those who want to go in professionalism.

Many students are applying for studying in the UK so here are some requirements for getting admission to UK universities.

Requirements for study at UK University

Some of the steps for study in UK requirements include:

  • First of all, you should apply to as many universities in the UK as you can so that it will increase the chances of getting admission to the university.
  • Secondly, provide them with the accurate and right information with the original documents required for your admission.
  • If you get an acceptance letter from the university, then the next thing is to make sure that you are availing of the student visa from the recognized immigration center.
  • A student visa will have some procedure which you must follow
  • University can select you on the basis of merit or their respected criteria.
  • If you are eligible for getting admission then you will get the admission easily.
  • A student visa might give you the chance to convert your residency to permanent there.

UK Student Visa

If you want to study in the UK you need to apply for the UK student visa. You can get a UK student visa by applying through Highbrow visa consultants. There are different types of UK students’ visas. If your age is eighteen years old and you’re interested in studying a short course, you’re qualified for a short-term study visa. This visa is for short courses and thus is valid for a short term that can be up to 6 to 11 months. If you want to study a long course, you will need to choose such an institution that holds a Tier 4 Sponsor License. They are of two types, Tier 4 Child Student visa and Tier 4 general student visa.

The UK student visa has certain rules and requirements for the UK’s student visa application. The course you chose must be up to the eligibility requirements provided by the Government. You must need a course confirmation from a university. You should prove yourself financially that you have enough resources to pay your funds. A requirement of the UK’s student visa is that you must prove that you have good English language skills. If you’re a minor you must give evidence of consent from your mentors or guardian.

You must provide the following documents when you apply for your student visa

  • A current passport
  • A Confirmation of Acceptance for studies (CAS) from your institute.
  • ATAS certificate if it is your course requirement.
  • Your tuberculosis test results.
  • Your financial sponsor’s written consent for your application.

English language requirements

You must provide proof of your English language skills while applying for your UK’s student visa. Different educational institutions may demand different English language requirements.

UK visas and Immigration (UKIV) does not require maximum skills but require minimal reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills based on your study level. It is possible that your interview may be conducted by a UKIV officer after the visa application process. If you can hold a conversation without the help of an interpreter, you may be selected for entering the UK.

Scholarships in the UK

Students can get a study in UK scholarships to support their studies in the country. These scholarships are available in three categories.

 

Global scholarships 

  1. A.S Hornby trust scholarship
  2. Chevening fellowships
  3. Scotland’s Saltire scholarship
  4. Commonwealth Scholarship and fellowship plan

 

Country-specific scholarships

  1. Marshall scholarship (USA)
  2. Young cell scheme (Kosovo)
  3. Charles Wallace Pakistan trust scholarship (Pakistan)

 

Science and research funding

  1. Euraxess UK – Global
  2. Royal society grants – Global
  3. Newton fund Ph.D. call – India
  4. Marshall Sherfield fellowships – USA

 

Cost of Study in the UK

The cost of study in the UK for Pakistani students and others varies based on the degree that the applicant wants to pursue.

 

  1. Undergraduate bachelor degree: GBP 10,000 to GBP 20,0000/year
  2. Doctoral degree: GBP 15,000 to GBP 24,000/year
  3. Postgraduate master’s degree: GBP 10,000 to GBP 20,000/year

 

For students who want to study in the UK for free, the best option is to search for a scholarship that covers most or all of the tuition expenses.

For EU students, Brexit will affect the tuition fee status. Students who have been confirmed as EU students, for the year 2020-2021, will have to pay the same fees as any domestic student.

 

Cost of living in the UK

Rent: £418/month

Transport: £43/month

Household bills: £37/month

Clothing and shopping: £29/month

Health and well-being: £13

Holidays: £22/month

Mobile phone: £16/month

Charity and gifts: £12/month

 

UK Visa and Immigration

The UK visa system works through a points-based system, different tiers are set for visas and they are discussed as follows.

 

  1. Tier 1 Visa: for high-value immigrants from outside the EEA
  2. Tier 2 Visa: for skilled workers outside EEA with a UK job offer
  3. Tier 3 Visa: for low-skilled workers with specific temporary labor shortages
  4. Tier 4 Visa: for students outside EEA who want to study in the UK
  5. Tier 5 Visa has six sub-tiers of temporary work and includes sporting and creative, religious workers, charity, and youth mobility scheme.

 

Some other visas for the UK, not in the tier system are as follows:

  1. UK visitor Visa: for coming to the UK as a visitor
  2. UK Family Visas: visa options for families to come to the UK
  3. UK business Visas: long-term business visas outside the tier system of the UK

 

Job/Work Opportunities for Students in the UK  

In the UK, like for study in England, international students can work with a part-time job as they study. With a tier 4 visa, that is the official student visa, you can work part-time as you study, but you have to be at least 16 and have a tier Visa. With the UK post-study visa, international students can stay in the UK after they complete their graduation to find work, up till 2 years.

 

Visa and Admission requirements  

For UK student visa applications, you need to meet the requirements. They include being accepted and enrolled in a course, must be able to pay for and support yourself, follow and intend the selected course, and leave once you complete your studies. For being accepted into university, you need to have grades and qualifications, pass entrance tests, pass language proficiency tests, have ID documents, give interviews, and give any additional entry requirements.

Levels of Education

Levels of education and study options in the UK include

  1. Undergraduate
  2. Foundation courses
  3. Post-graduate and masters
  4. Pre-masters
  5. Two-year degree
  6. English courses
  7. A-levels
  8. Colleges

 

Most Popular Courses for International Students in the UK

Some of the most popular courses that international students study include Physical sciences, Computer sciences, Biological sciences, Law and Creative arts and design.

 

Student life in the UK 

Students get to enjoy the intense studies but will get enough time to enjoy the sounds, sites, smells, and tastes of the country.

Students get to experience an amazing mixed international culture and enjoy an array of excitement, visiting people, and making new friends.

From food to studies and culture, students get an amazing student life experience.

 

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