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Study in the UK

The quality and reputation of UK education attracts thousands of international students to study in the UK because they know that British qualifications are respected throughout the world. The UK is also where the English language first developed.


Why study in the UK?

The UK has a long and proud tradition of education, with some of its universities having roots in the 12th and 13th centuries. UK academic standards are among the best in the world. The UK offers a diverse and flexible range of courses in globally ranked institutions.
Courses in the UK education system are shorter and more intensive than many other countries, so you will graduate sooner without compromising quality. This will save you time and money in tuition fees and living costs.


Life in the UK

The UK is famous for many things: its language, history, landscape, culture, science, innovation and its education. The UK has one of the world’s highest student retention rates due to the comprehensive support systems in place for international students. The UK is one of the safest countries in the world and is a multicultural society with a reputation for tolerance and diversity.


UK Institutions

Studying in UK's universities and colleges will provide you a lively, creative and challenging environment in which you develop skills and expertise. Quality standards of UK institutions are one of the best in the world. The standard of excellence is set by some of the oldest universities with recognizable names, like Oxford and Cambridge, and the traditions are being carried to this very day by all the British colleges and universities.


Work while you Study

You can work while you study in UK. Students are permitted to work maximum for 20 hours a week during their semester and full time during vacations.
While studying in the UK you have a range of work opportunities including: Supermarkets, department and clothing stores, cafes, bars and restaurants, hotels and motels, sales and marketing and administrative or clerical roles.


After Your Studies

Having completed your studies, you have many options to choose from. You can further pursue a higher level of education, you can find full time work or you can head home. If you want to work in the UK when you graduate, you need a visa. Contact UK Border Agency (UKBA) website and see what is next for you after completing your study in UK.


UK Student Visa Entry Requirements

In the UK, generally a student have to have

  • 10 years of education in order to get admission in diploma course
  • 12 years of education to get admission in undergraduate course,
  • 4 years bachelor’s degree to get admission in Postgraduate courses.

UK Student Visa Major Intakes



Admission Documents Requirement

  • All educational documents including their transcripts.
  • English language proficiency certificate (IELTS).
  • A valid passport (1st + 2nd page)
  • CNIC
  • 2 reference letters from your institute or any teacher

Processing Time for UK Student Visa

UK student visa application processing can take 2 to 3 weeks to finalize you application.


Cost of Study

Undergraduate programs £ 4,000 to £ 7,000 per year
Postgraduate programs £ 7,000 to £ 10,500 per year
ACCA £ 3000 to 3995 for 6 papers
Diplomas £ 3000 to 4,000 per year

UK Student Visa Cost

Why you’re applying for Apply (outside the UK) Extend or switch by post in the UK Extend or switch in person in the UK (premium service)
You £310 £422 £822
All dependents £310 each person £422 each person £822 each person

Financial Requirements

Living £9000 (28 days) for London | £7200 (28 days) for rest of the UK
Tuition one year’s tuition fee

Language Proficiency

Level 4 and 5 (Diploma Class) IELTS 4.0 each
Level 6 and 7 (Degree Class) IELTS 5.5 each
Postgraduate Studies IELTS 6 each
Sometimes language proficiency score can vary, depending upon the institution’s requirements or the course you select.


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<td>Undergraduate programs</td>
<td>&pound; 4,000 to &pound; 7,000 per year</td>
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<td>&pound; 7,000 to &pound; 10,500 per year</td>
<td>&pound; 3000 to 3995 for 6 papers</td>
<td>&pound; 3000 to 4,000 per year</td>