UK undergraduate study offers fantastic value for money and the sort of experience you can’t put a price on. Undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the UK are generally much shorter than those abroad, which helps to reduce the amount of money require in paying tuition fees and living costs. Most undergraduate courses take three years to complete, although in Scotland it would be typically four years. A postgraduate Masters course will normally only take 1 year, whereas PhD will take 3 or 4 years. Furthermore, as an international student, you can work as well as study. If you are studying at degree level or above, you are permitted to work up to 20 hours a week during term time, with no limit during vacation periods. This can help you to gain both extra finances to support your studies and valuable work experience.. You will also have access to free health care on the National Health Service.
Universities We Represent:
1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
2. Stanford University
3. Harvard University
4. California Institute of Technology (Caltech)
5. University of Chicago
6. Princeton University
7. Yale University
8. Cornell University
9. Johns Hopkins University
10. University of Pennsylvania
One of the main advantages of studying in the UK is that you will be exposed to different cultures and experiences. The sights, sounds and tastes of the UK are varied. Whether you enjoy exploring cities or prefer to get out into the countryside, the UK has something to offer you.
|Level of Studies||Requirements|
|Advanced Diploma/Diploma/Certificate||GPA 3.5 – 4.0 in HSC|
|Bachelors Degree||GPA 4.75 – 5.0 in HSC|
|Post Graduate Certificate/Diploma||Higher Second Class in Bachelors Degree (4 years)|
|Masters degree||First Class in Bachelors Degree (4 years only)|
Each institution sets its own entry requirements, and you will find that they vary between universities. Your application will normally be assessed on your current level of qualification.
To make sure you meet all the admissions criteria for the course(s) you wish to apply for, contact the International Office at the institution(s) you are applying to and check.
Points required to obtain Tier 4 General Student Visa:
To successfully apply for a Tier 4 General visa, you must have to score 40 out of 40 points.
Funds to be shown:
Living Expenses: Estimated at £350 – £500.