Study in UK
Application Process, College, Courses and Universities
Comprising four countries, England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales, the United Kingdom is one of the world’s best study destinations, with around 5,00,000 international students enrolling each year. UK’s educational institutions consistently do well in world rankings. For the year 2021, 84 UK universities have been selected by Quacquarelli Symonds and 101 by the Times Higher Education World University Ranking Agency, indicating how influential UK higher education is. With a new and simplified immigration policy and introduction of 2-year post-study work rights, the UK is poised to welcome tens of thousands of International students in coming years.
Why Study in the UK?
Reasons to choose the UK as a study destination
World-Class universities, internationally recognized degrees, and 2-year post-study work rights make the UK ideal for students who want to take their careers to new heights. British institutions not only emphasize skill development, knowledge and critical thinking but also encourage learners to be creative and independent in their lives. While studying in the UK, students experience the richness of its culture and diversity and improve English language skills.
Known for maintaining the highest quality, UK educational institutions have given more than 130 Nobel laureates to the world. Here are some more points which will make up your mind to study in the UK.
Out of 80, the UK is the second-best country for education as per US News ‘Best Countries for Education’ rankings.
UK universities and colleges offer a plethora of study programs in over 25 subject areas. You can choose your blend in several academic and vocational programs.
Study programs at UK institutions are generally lower than programs at other top study destinations, which helps reduce overall tuition fees and accommodation costs.
UK degrees and diplomas hold great value and are recognized by many reputed employers around the world.
The new 2-year post-study work rights enable you to work in the UK after completing your study program. It is a great way to work and settle in the region
The UK is a cultural heritage. Studying in the UK gives you an opportunity to visit centuries-old castles and historical places and improve your English.
Requirements to Study in the UK
The UK offers remarkable education opportunities to nearly half-a-million international students who come from around the world. Depending on the type of course you choose and age, you may have to apply for a Short-term study visa, Child student visa, or General student visa. Most likely, for an academic program, you will need to apply for a General Student visa, for which the essential documents are
An unconditional offer letter from an approved university/college
Evidence of funds to support yourself and pay for your course
A valid passport
Confirmation of visa fees payment
Certificate of English proficiency (IELTS)
Result of tuberculosis test (if required)
Proof of age
In addition to these, depending on your case, you may need to demonstrate other documents.
How do we help with UK visa applications
Ganpati House of Achievers Haryana’s leading overseas education consultancy with over 10 years of experience and 300+ study visa success stories. We have tie-ups with numerous overseas universities and colleges situated across the world, including in the UK, to provide you with the most authentic and accurate information and smooth study visa process. Our experts also help you choose a study program based on your interest, academic background, and funds available.
Moreover, we ensure that you complete your application as per the new points-based visa rules and regulations. We keep in touch with the embassy to track your file. You can rest assured that you will face no hassle in obtaining your CAS and UK study visa.
Work during the study in the UK
Earn while Studying
Almost every International Student wants to do a part-time job while studying. Due to day-to-day expenses, it has become necessary for students to work along with their studies. During the part-time job, students learn many things like Time Management, Work culture, etc. Students can find part-time jobs like Payroll Administrator, Part Time Advisor, Faculties Support and Care Assistant, etc.
Some international students pursuing degree programs from recognized educational institutes may work part-time in the UK. However, they may have to comply with the government and institute specific conditions. Students in the UK may
work for 20 hours per week if they are pursuing a degree level course
work for 10 hours per week if they enrolled in a full-time course below degree level sponsored by a Higher Education Provider
work Full-time during vacations