Study in U.K.

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Study in the UK

Hundreds of thousands of international students study in the UK each year, making studying in the UK the number two choice for international students in the world, second only to the USA.  With an excellent higher-education system and hundreds of world-class universities, UK promises a rich experience for international students.

Why Study in the UK?

Worldwide Recognition

Degrees and qualifications from UK higher education institutions are known around the world as high quality and world class. This standard of excellence is set by some of the older universities with recognizable names, but the tradition carries through to many of the universities and colleges throughout the UK. When looking for work in the future, this can be a great selling point in your favour!

Education Costs are Lower

The cost of education for an international student in the UK can beis generally lower compared to the USA and other countries. Programs in the USA can be $25,000 or more a year in tuition alone. Tuition for the majority of UK higher education institutions generally £6,000 to £7,000 a year - considerably less!

Because your degree will generally take less time to complete in the UK than in other countries, this will also save you money. Although four-year programs are increasing in popularity, most degree programs in the UK are three years, and a masters program is typically between one and two years.

Work Opportunities

An international student in the UK is typically allowed to work up to 20 hours a week during school term, and up to full-time when school is out of term. Of course, you should always check with your international advisor at your school before starting any work - you do not want to be in violation of your visa, and rules change frequently. Also, it is not always easy to find a job, so relying on work income to fund your education is not a good idea. Unless you have employment set up through your school before you arrive, you should plan to fund the entire first year of your studies without any employment income.

Gateway to Europe

With the addition of the Channel Tunnel and low cost airlines such as EasyJet and Ryan Air, Europe is easier to access than ever. You can reach most areas of Europe from the UK within a few hours by train or direct flight. For example, if you are studying in London or Manchester and you want a weekend away in Italy, you can fly Ryan Air direct to Rome, Milan, Pisa, Genoa, Venice or several other cities in Italy. The direct flight would take around two hours and cost anywhere from 30 to 100 pounds, depending on when you travel and when you book.

Multicultural Nation

UK is known for its multicultural society, with all religions and faiths represented in some way. With a racial, ethnic and religious jumble, it is very open to new traditions and cultures - something that is a great thing for students from other countries! You can also be sure that a place of worship will be easily accessible for most major religions.

UK student visa

All students who have taken a BNO or HKSAR passport to study in the UK for more than 6 months are required to apply for a student visa (Student Visa Tier 4 PBS).

Student visa preparation document list :

-CAS (Confirmation of Acceptance of Studies)

-Fill out the VAF 9 form

-School admission letter

-Passport (valid for one year or more)

-Bank certificate (one year tuition plus living expenses)

-Financial guarantor's information

-Specified format ID photos x 2

-Applicant's birth certificate copy

-ID card copy

-Recent 3 years transcripts, public test scores, TOEFL/IELTS scores, work certificates

-Visa fee (payable by credit card online)