Study in UK

The UK is one of the most well-known
nations for higher education.

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Listed Universities

168 Universities

Indian Diaspora in UK




National Language



6.77 Crores (2023)


Pound Sterling

Official Name

Great Britain

Average Tuition Fee

£12000 – £22000


The United Kingdom (UK), a prominent global presence, rests as an island nation in north-western Europe. With its capital city, London, anchoring the amalgam of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the UK encompasses an area of approximately 248,532 square kilometres. Constituting a substantial part of the British Isles, it ranks as the 7th largest island country globally.

Economically, the UK wields substantial power, anchored by London’s prowess in global finance. This dynamic nation plays a pivotal role on the international stage, engaging in diplomacy, collaborative ventures, and global initiatives. Its cultural heritage, spanning literature, music, and art, reverberates worldwide. England, the most populous of the four integral countries, harbours an estimated 66,435,600 individuals, standing as the largest contributor to the collective United Kingdom. As governance is helmed by Prime Minister Boris Johnson, the UK maintains its stature as a nation intertwined with history, innovation, and international significance.

Education System

Why Choose UK for Higher Studies

Work Opportunities During Studies and After

In the UK, students are allowed to work up to 20 hours a week while studying and have the freedom to work full-time during breaks and holidays. In addition, international students are granted a generous 2-year Stay Back period after completing their programs. This offers valuable work experience and a chance to stay and explore career options in the UK.

Cost of Living

Average Cost – Around
£12,000 – £15,600 per year


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Cost of Tuition Fees in UK


Cost of Living

International students arriving in the UK unaccompanied should budget approximately £1300-£1400 monthly in London or £900-£1300 elsewhere. This amount should account for housing, bills, groceries, and various living costs while pursuing their studies.

Estimate your budget for UK studies by considering the typical expenses for living-

London- £750 per month

Rest of UK- £554 per month

London- £848 per month

Rest of UK- £664 per month

London- £155 per month

Rest of UK- £116 per month

London- £103* per month

Rest of UK- £54 per month

London- £140 per month

Rest of UK- £80 per month

Note- The cost of living in the UK differs depending on where you are.

Application Procedure for UK

Eligibility Criteria for Study Abroad in UK

MBA Programmes

Master's Programme

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Accounting & Finance

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Engineering Programmes

International Business

Creative Arts & Design

Media & Communication