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Per Capita Income

US$ 47,374 (2023)


67.73 Million (2023)

Official language



Island Nation in Northwestern Europe


Football, Cricket, Rugby, Golf


Constitutional Monarchy, Parliamentary System, Unitary State


London is the world’s best student-friendly city


British Pound (1 GBP = 103.00 INR approx. as of September 2023)

Popular Cities

London, Manchester, Birmingham, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Liverpool, Cambridge and Bristol


Christianity – 53.6% Others – 46.4%


Winter (September to February) – Average -4 to 10 degree Celsius;Summer (March to August)- Average 15 to 25 Celsius.


Ethnic mix – 87.10 % British, 2.3% Indians or British Indians, 4.6 Other Asians and British Asians, 3% Africans, 3% other ethnic groups.

Why Study in the United Kingdom?


  • Exceptional standards in education and research.
  • Global recognition for UK degrees.
  • Efficient and affordable educational opportunities.
  • An adaptable and accommodating education system.
  • Generous scholarships and financial support from UK universities.
  • Opportunities for internships and part-time employment.
  • Close student-faculty interaction.
  • A diverse international student body representing over 180 countries.
  • A straightforward, swift, and transparent visa application process.


Admission Prerequisites

For postgraduate programs at levels 7 of the Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF) or higher

Academics: Minimum 55% in Bachelors

English Language: Minimum CEFR Level B2

IELTS (A & G): 6.0 / 6.5

Pearson (PTE Academic) : 58

ESOL Level 1: Pass


For preparatory master’s courses at Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF) levels 7 and beyond

Academics: 45% to 55% at Bachelors

English Language: Minimum CEFR Level B1


For Bachelors Level courses

Percentage: Minimum 55%-60% and above in grade 12

English Language: Minimum CEFR Level B2

IELTS (A): 6.0

Pearson (PTE Academic): 50

ESOL: Entry level 3 : Pass


For programs at the International Year One/Foundation Year level

Academics: Minimum 40% to 55%

English Language: Minimum CEFR Level B1

IELTS (A): 5.5 Each

IELTS (UKVI): 4.5 to 5.5

Additional prerequisites for a UK student visa


  • To obtain a student visa, you must demonstrate that you have saved the required minimum one-year total cost, which should be held in your account for a continuous period of 28 days.
  • Students are obligated to make a deposit payment to the university in order to obtain a CAS letter or approval.
  • After receiving your CAS, you can proceed to submit your visa application online, schedule an appointment, and prepare to submit all original documents at the nearest UK VFS center.
  • Fees for TB screening and the associated certificate will need to be confirmed with the hospital.
  • Make sure to prepare for a Skype interview as part of the application process.
  • A total of 70 points are necessary to successfully apply for a visa.

United Kingdom Student Visa Procedure


  • Selection and Application Process for Courses
  • Receiving the Admission/Acceptance Letter (Takes 1-4 weeks)
  • Telephonic Interview and Financial Verification
  • Submitting Advance Fees to the University
  • Obtaining the CAS Letter
  • Undergoing a Medical TB Test
  • Preparing for the Interview
  • Completing the Online Visa Application and Scheduling an Appointment
  • Submitting All Original Documents and Visa Forms at VFS
  • Awaiting the Final Visa Application Decision
  • Visa Stamping and Pre-Departure Procedures
  • Arranging Airline Tickets
  • Assisting Parents and Family Members with Visitor Visa Applications

Approximate Annual Expenses for Education

Tuition Fee GBP 13000 to GBP 27000 Tuition Fee INR 1183000 to INR 245700
Cost of Living
Living Expense for Student (Inside London 1334*9) = GBP 12006 (Outside of London 1203*9) = GBP 9207 Living Expense for Each Dependent (Inside London 845*9)=GBP 7605 (Outside London 680*9)=GBP 6120

Terms and Conditions of Work Permits for International Students (Primary Applicant – Tier 4 of the Points-Based System

  • You are allowed to work part-time for up to 20 hours per week*
  • During vacation periods*, you can work for up to 40 hours per week*
  • Upon successfully completing your studies, you will be eligible for a 2-year post-study work permit
  • Dependents have the option to work full-time, up to 40 hours per week*

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