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The history of the United Kingdom is known to everyone. There is royalty not just in the ruling government, but also in the environment of the country. With castles and palaces all around its vicinity, the UK is a very attractive and culturally rich nation. It has built itself over the years, and given a lot of importance to the quality of education and academic excellence that the country provides consistently. There is so much to know about what the UK has to offer, and also what it has to explore.

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Education In UK


Well, well, well the United Kingdom is spectacularly known for London Bridge, Red Phonebooths, the birthplace of Queen Elizabeth- II, William Shakespeare, and The Beatles. There is much more to know about the UK than royal ceremonies, and massive libraries.

The official name of the UK is the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Four oceans fence the Island country. The queen’s country is famous for its beaches. The picturesque landscapes, and stunning beaches.

England has bagged the title of ‘blue flag’ (the mark of the global gold standard of beaches) owing to the pride of having more than 70 beaches. Britain is ruled by a constitutional monarchy held by the royal family. There are 4 seasons in the UK- Spring (March-May), Summer (June- August), Autumn (September – November), and Winter (December- February). 

  • Capital: London
  • Currency: Pound sterling
  • Languages spoken: English, Scots, Irish, Comish
  • Area: 243,610 km2
  • Students: 3,00,265
  • Academic year:  April – March
  • Time zone: United Kingdom (GMT+1)

Education System

The education system in the UK can be categorized into 5 stages 

  • Early Year 
  • Primary 
  • Secondary 
  • Further Education 
  • Higher Education  


Major Cities 

The United Kingdom is made up of 

England- The capital is London 

Scotland- The capital is Edinburgh 

Wales- The capital is Cardiff 

Northern Ireland- The capital is Belfast 




Major Industries.

  • Accounting, Finance, and Banking.
  • Engineering.
  • Health Care.
  • Marketing.
  • Recruitment and HR.

Tuition Fees and living cost

The favorable decision is to opt to study in the United Kingdom. There is an ease in the education system in studying different subject electives. The validation of the UK degree is recognized globally, the queen land welcomes students from all parts of the world to give its international students global learning through the experiential methodology that enables students to experience first-hand exposure to working in groups and enhance their learning capabilities. UK degree gives your resume an extra edge over others and helps you grow as an international candidate.


Two broad categories of Tuition fees are charged by universities in the UK.  

  1. UK/ EU students that are considered home student 
  1. International Students who are non-UK/ EU students 

While we consider the two broader categories to understand the bifurcation of students’ tuition fees in the UK, we may also need to understand the tuition fees varies among institutions and universities depending on their wish to charge.  


For UK/EU students we can consider the broad bracket that is charged by the UK institutions is 9250 pounds for undergraduate degree courses if you are applying to study in England. The tuition fee in Englandares 9250 pounds per year. The tuition fee in Wales is 9000 pounds and on the northern Island, we can consider lower tuition fees from 4030 pounds. Scotland stands out for the benefit of its home students. The tuition fees are taken care of by the Student Awards Agency for Scotland (SAAS). Hence university education is free for Scottish and EU students

This amount is variable to the subject electives and university/ Institution. Home students are entitled to avail of scholarships or funding from their university or the research council sponsorship scheme. For Postgraduate courses 

For Non-UK/ EU students we can consider the broad bracket that is charged by the UK institutions is 12000 to 14000 pounds for undergraduate degree courses post-graduate course fees vary somewhat between 11000 to 40000 pounds depending on the electives.  

UK Universities also offer Scholarships to their International students.  

  • Many Universities’ scholarships for International students provide them with 1000-6000 GBP.
  • Students of Commonwealth countries can apply for scholarships and fellowships to help fund their postgraduate education through Commonwealth Scholarships and Fellowships.
  • Marshall Scholarships for American students are offered to students having a minimum GPA of 3.7, and their degree must have been awarded within the past three years.


Living Cost 

The UK is known for its luxuries and somewhat expensive lifestyle. Students do not necessarily need to follow the locals in their manner of spending, but it is good to have a higher budget. In terms of living costs, it is recommended that you have at least £14,000 per year. Many shops and retailers offer generous student discounts; the only coupon required is a student identity card. Students can pick up part-time jobs, or internships while studying to help aid them financially.

Student Visa Information 

Short-Term Visa: This type of visa is for students who are 18 or above, and are planning to do a short course in the UK. This visa is valid for only six months, and it cannot be extended any further. Students are not permitted to work under this type of visa. 

Tier 4 (General) Student Visa: Studentagedof 16 to above can apply for a Tier 4 (General) Student Visa. Students between the ages of 16 and 17 will require the consent of their parents or guardian. This visa offers students to work at mostly all jobs and extends the visa if the student chooses to study more. 

Tier 4 (Child) Student Visa: This visa is for students aged 17 or under who wish to undertake school-level education in the UK. Depending on your age and the course length, this student visa could allow you to stay in the UK for up to 6 years. It also permits those aged 16 or over to work part-time during the term, and full-time during holidays.

Career Prospects 

With the UK’s diverse job sectors, good working conditions, and numerous employment opportunities it’s no surprise that it’s a popular destination for international graduates wanting to kick-start their careers. Competition for graduate jobs is fierce but candidates with the right qualifications, skills, and experience stand a good chance of employment.UK universities offer placements at UG and PG levels for students which allows a student undertakes an Internship of 8 – 12 months during/after study which helps students by adding Industry experience to their profile. 

The UK is highly globalized which means that the job market is competitive. Major industries in the UK include: 

 Accounting, banking, and finance 





 Recruitment and HR

Work Rights 

The student needs to check the criteria of their tier 4 (General) visa before applying for a job, work placement, internship, or paid or unpaid volunteering. In recent years the UK has become very strict with its visa policies, and students can get deported if they fail to follow the rules and regulations. 


Maximum of 20 hours per week of paid/unpaid work for those studying at degree level or more 

 Maximum of 10 hours per week of paid/unpaid work during course term for language center students 

 Full-time work is allowed during vacations 

 You can’t work full-time until you have received a work permit (Tier 2) 

 Self-employment is not permitted, like any freelance or consultancy work 



Dependants Visa 

A dependant for visa purposes is:

  1. A husband, wife, or civil partner.
  2. An unmarried partner if you have been living together in a relationship for at least 2 years.
  3. A child under 18 years old.

Your husband, wife, civil partner, or unmarried partner is applying as your dependant the relationship must be genuine and subsisting at the time of application and you must intend to live together throughout your stay in the UK.


  • University of Oxford 
  • University of St Andrews 
  • University of Cambridge 
  • London School of Economics and Political Science 
  • Imperial College London 
  • Durham University 
  • University College London 
  • University of Bath 
  • University of Warwick 
  • University of Edinburgh 
  • Loughborough University 
  • Lancaster University 
  • University of Glasgow  
  • University of Bristol 
  • University of Southampton 
  • University of Exeter 
  • University of York 
  • University of Strathclyde 
  • University of Aberbeen 
  • University of Birmingham 
  • The University of Sheffield 
  • University of Surrey 
  • University of Leeds 
  • University of Manchester 
  • Cardiff University 
  • King’s College London 
  • University of East Anglia 
  • Queen’s University Belfast 
  • Royal Holloway, University of London 
  • University of Nottingham 
  • University of Reading 
  • University of Dundee 
  • Newcastle University 
  • University of Liverpool 
  • University of Leicester 
  • Queen Mary, University of London 
  • SOAS University of London 
  • Ulster University 
  • University of Stirling 
  • University of West London 
  • Aberystwyth University 
  • Falmouth University 
  • Nottingham Trent University 
  • Swansea University 
  • Aston University 
  • Bangor University 
  • Harper Adams University 
  • University of Kent 
  • Northumbria University 
  • University of Sussex 
  • St mary’s University, London 
  • Glasgow Caledonian University 
  • University of Lincoln 
  • University of Essex 
  • Coventry University 
  • University of the Arts London 
  • Heriot-Watt University 
  • Oxford Brookes University 
  • Edinburgh Napier University 
  • Manchester Metropolitan University 
  • UWE Bristol 
  • University of Portsmouth 
  • University of the Creative Arts 
  • Keele University 
  • Robert Gordon University 
  • University of Chichester 
  • Queen Margaret University 
  • City, University of London 
  • University of Hull 
  • Norwich University of the Arts 
  • Liverpool John Moores University 
  • Leeds Arts University 
  • University of Plymouth 
  • Bishop Grosseteste University 
  • Arts University Bournemouth 
  • Bath Spa University 
  • Edge Hill University 
  • York St John University 
  • Liverpool Hope University 
  • Plymouth Marjon University 
  • St George’s, University of London 
  • Sheffield Hallam University 
  • University of Greenwich 
  • The University of Buckingham 
  • Teesside University 
  • University of Winchester 
  • University of Salford 
  • Albertay University 
  • Bournemouth University 
  • University of Hertfordshire 
  • Kingston University 
  • Cardiff Metropolitan University 
  • University of Derby 
  • University of Chester 
  • University of Brighton 
  • University of Sunderland 
  • Leeds Trinity University 
  • University of Roehamton 
  • Royal Agricultural University 
  • University of South Wales 
  • University of Wales Trinity Saint David 
  • Hartpury University 
  • Staffordshire University 
  • University of Central Lancashire 
  • Goldsmiths, University of London 
  • Anglia Ruskin University 
  • Brunel University London 
  • University of Worcester 
  • Solent University 
  • Leeds Beckett University 
  • Newman University 
  • Canterbury Christ Church University 
  • De Montfort University 
  • Universities with Reasonable Fees 
  • Staffordshire University 
  • Teesside University 
  • Leeds Beckett University 
  • Leeds Trinity University 
  • University of Cumbria 
  • London Metropolitan University 
  • University of Bolton 
  • University of Chester 
  • Coventry University 
  • York St John University

Post-Study Work Visa & Work Permits 

Post-Study Work Visa (PSW): International students who have completed an undergraduate degree (or above) are eligible to apply. With this route, Bachelor’s and Master’s students can stay in the UK to work for up to two years after graduation while Doctorate students can stay for three years. Students do not need a job offer in order to apply. Neither is there a salary limit and students are free to switch jobs when they need to. The PSW visa does not count for settlement so if you wish to stay in the UK permanently, then you may have to apply for a work visa which doesn’t count toward settlements sooner.


Tier-2 Visa: The Tier 2 General Work visa is a UK work visa, part of the British point-based system. It is issued to highly skilled workers from outside the European Economic Area and Switzerland, who have a job offer for a skilled job or a job on the Shortage List. To be eligible to apply for this visa you must have a job offer from a licensed sponsor in the UK. You should provide a certificate of sponsorship issued by the employer as proof. As a holder of a Tier 2 General Work  Visa, you will be permitted to travel outside the UK while on this visa. You can also bring dependents to the UK on a Tier 2 dependant visa.


Tier-5 Visa: The UK Temporary Worker Visa is an employment visa for non-EEA and non-Swiss nationals who wish to work temporarily in the UK. It is part of the UK Immigration point-based system and it enables its holder to stay in the UK for up to 2 years. It also permits you to do a second job in the same sector and at the same level as your main job for up to 20 hours per week. In addition, you can bring over your family members with you. There are a limited number of types of work you can do with this visa, which are defined by the Temporary worker visa types.


Graduate Visa Route: The post-study work visa allows Indian students studying undergraduate and postgraduate courses at UK universities to look for work in the UK for up to 2 years after graduation.

During this period students can work at any skill level without requiring to meet the conditions of a minimum threshold salary or job sponsorship from employers and the Graduate Route is a great way for international students to access the lucrative UK labor market.


Permanent Residency 

Post Study Work Visa (PSW): The Post Study Work Visa allows students to work in the UK after their graduation for up to two years, and afterward the student must transit into a general work visa. 

Tier-2 Visa: The tier-2 visa allows students to permanently work in the UK. The duration of this visa is five years, and it needs to be updated before it expires, or changes the job or employer. of the student. After the completion of five years of this visa, students can apply for an ILR visa (Indefinite leave to remain) 

Tier-5 Visa: Tier-5 is a work visa for Tier-4 student visa holders to undergo professional training or work experience.

After five years of completion of a graduation job, students can apply for ILR.  A stable income, a full-time job, and good moral conduct with no criminal record will help in securing the ILR visa. Students will also need to pass the Knowledge of Life in the UK test and a recognized English Language test. The entire ILR visa process can take up to 6 months. 


Citizenship Benefits

Becoming a UK citizen comes with many benefits which all British citizens are entitled to. These benefits are.

  • The right to live, work, and study in the UK indefinitely
  • A request for a British Passport
  • The right to vote in elections
  • A request to free healthcare
  • A request to claim public funds

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