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The UK education system is amongst the oldest in the world. Students who study in UK can get to learn at historical universities which have been set up by the royal family of Great Britain or by a Papal decree from the Catholic Church. Universities in UK comprise of a number of different faculties and colleges, each of which confers degrees in various subjects to students.

Features of UK education system:

The education system follows a unique approach that is distinct from the one followed by universities in USA

  1. Students who study in UK are expected to complete their course and earn their degrees in three or four years
  2. If the student successfully completes all course requirements within three years then he is awarded an honors degree
  3. Students who do exceptionally well while earning their honors degree are given first class honors, followed by second, upper second, lower second and third
  4. Students from India who study in UK will find it easy to adjust with the mode of studying as it is similar to the education system in India
  5. Students can opt for pursuing degree in a single subject or a combination of subjects which results in a dual degree
  6. Universities in UK are of three types- Collegiate universities, city universities and campus universities.

  1. Collegiate universities have a number of different colleges run by a single university
  2. City universities have their buildings within the city and are spread out over different locations in the city
  3. Campus universities are located on large multi-acre campuses on the outskirts of a city

Benefits of study in UK

  1. You can study in the best and most prestigious universities in the world. The United Kingdom boasts of some of the most prestigious and historical university campuses in the world. Studying at these campuses will enable you to harness the foundations of a rich and varied educational system that dates back several centuries.
  2. A degree from the United Kingdom can add a lot of weight to one’s resume. The United Kingdom educational system with its focus on research and practical know-how has earned itself a reputation for graduate employability.  When you study in UK, your educational qualifications are recognized all over the world and help you in your career.
  3. You can work while you study in UK. The United Kingdom allows students to work while you study for an undergraduate or postgraduate course in the country. You can work for up to 20 hours a week when the academic session is in progress.
  4. There are excellent research facilities for students studying in multiple courses. The United Kingdom is one of the best countries for research infrastructure as well as research output. A number of award-winning research projects have emerged from universities in the UK. As a student pursuing research you will have a significant advantage when you study in UK
  5. Students can study in dual degree programs

The United Kingdom allows students to study in joint dual degree programs. The advantage of a dual degree program is that it allows you to explore two subjects in a one-degree program. For example, students could take up a dual degree in product engineering and financial management or art history and architecture

Scholarships for study in the United Kingdom

There are a number of scholarships for UK students who are interested in studying in the United Kingdom

  1. Rhodes Scholarship – offered to students pursuing Postgraduate programs at Oxford – awarded to exceptional international students – covers the full cost of study at Oxford including airfare, tuition fees, books, visa fees, accommodation and living expenses for the duration of the stay
  2. Gates Cambridge Scholarships – offered to international students pursuing a full-time postgraduate courses at the University of Cambridge – covers the cost of tuitions, airfare, living expenses and
  3. Chevening Scholarships – awarded to students from India and other eligible countries – covers the cost of tuition, airfare and accommodation
  4. Commonwealth Masters Scholarships – Intended for international students from developing countries  – covers airfare, tuition fees, exam fees, personal allowance, thesis grant allowance arrival allowance and more
  5. Edinburgh Global Research Fellowship – awarded to students who pursue Ph.D. at the University of Edinburgh – covers the difference between fees charged to resident students and international students for any subject
  6. Bristol University International Office Scholarship – awarded to five selected international students studying for a Bachelor’s degree at Bristol University – selected students are awarded 8500 GBP in cash towards their tuition fees
  7. University of Sussex’s Chancellor’s international fellowship – awarded to international students who have demonstrated exceptional academic performance and are pursuing full-time Master’s program at the University of Sussex – covers 50 percent of tuition fees for international students for one year
  8. University of Westminster International Scholarships – awarded to international students from India and other developing countries who pursue a full-time postgraduate program from the University of Westminster –covers full tuition fees, airfare to and from London, accommodation and living costs
  9. Developing Solutions Scholarship at University of Nottingham – awarded to international students studying at University of Nottingham and hailing from developing countries – covers full tuition fees for top 30 students and 50 percent of fees for 75 students out of a total of 105 scholarships that are granted each year

How to apply for studying in UK

  1. Students who aim to pursue their abroad education in UK need to make their applications through the UCAS system
  2. You can apply to only four universities if you are choosing to study in a medical course and five universities if you are opting for a course that is not related to the medical field.
  3. You will need the following for your application
  •   Transcripts of your records from all previous schools that you have attended
  •   A personal essay of around 4000 words or less explaining your reasons to apply and be accepted as a student
  •   Proof of English language proficiency – scores of either IELTS or TOEFL
  •   Some universities ask their applicants to appear for an entrance test to shortlist prospective students
  •   Some universities such as Oxford and Cambridge will also ask you to appear for an in-person or telephonic interview before finally accepting you to the university

 AAA Overseas education consultants are extremely familiar with the admission process for UK universities and can enable you to study in UK in the Best way.


Q). How can I apply for UK student visa?
A). You can apply for UK student visa by submitting proof of acceptance at a full-time course in a UK university. our expert consultants can guide you in selecting the right university that fits your needs as well as help you throughout the application process and visa process

Q). How much does it cost to study in UK?
A). The cost for studying in UK will vary depending on the course, degree and the university that you wish to study in. reach out to us for a free consultation to personalize the details based on your own unique profile and needs as well as to discuss possible financial aid packages that can be applicable to you

Q). What are the requirements for student visa in UK?
A). Students who are planning to study at Bachelor’s or Master’s level in the United Kingdom will need to apply for the Tier 4 visa, which is based on a number of eligibility criteria, primary among them being

Proof of English language proficiency
Proof of funds
Acceptance to a full time course
There are also a number of other criteria based on your personal profile and can be discussed in detail at a free consultation with our expert advisors

Application Process
Work Options
Getting Your Visa
Required Tests
Major intake – September / October
Other Intakes – Jan / Feb, May few Universities offer rolling intakes as well

universities in uk

  1. University of Hertfordshire
  2. University of Essex
  3. University of South Wales
  4. University of Central Lancashire - UClan
  5. Northumbria University - Newcastle
  6. University of Wolverhampton
  7. University of West London - UWL
  8. University of Huddersfield
  9. Edge Hill University
  10. Northumbria University - London
  11. Ulster University - (London & Birmingham)
  12. Liverpool John Moores University
  13. University of Chester
  14. The University of Law
  15. Middlesex University
  16. Bedfordshire University
  17. University of Cumbria
  18. Heriot Watt University
  19. Brunel University
  20. Demont fort University
  21. University of Leicester
  22. Roehampton University
  23. BPP University
  24. University of Salford
  25. Bath Spa University
  26. Univesity of the West of England, Bristol
  27. Canterbury Christ Church University (GUS)
  28. University of Greenwich
  29. Anglia Ruskin University - ARU
  30. Coventry University
  31. University of Liverpool
  32. University of Stirling (INTO)
  33. University of Gloucestershire


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