Studying in the United Kingdom is an excellent value for money. The degree courses are generally shorter than in the United States and Australia, which makes them more affordable. Before beginning your studies, you should have a clear idea of ​​the total cost of the course fees and subsistence expenses. Our guide will help you get started.

Your costs while living in the UK will depend on the type of course you follow. If you are studying a course based on a career, a degree or a postgraduate degree, you must budget for accommodation and meals, in addition to the course fees.

Regardless of their country of origin, international students in full-time courses in the United Kingdom that last more than six months enjoy all the benefits of the National Health Service of the country. This means a free consultation with doctors and free hospital care for you and your family. See below for more details:

You will find this section a useful guide about United Kingdom. It explains everything from the basics such as United Kingdom Environment, Culture etc.

It is important to master English so that your stay in the United Kingdom is good. You will probably be asked to take the International English Language Assessment System (IELTS) before you are admitted to a UK university. The school may also have additional tests for graduate students who are possible teaching assistants.

This section provides information about the IELTS, TOEFL and GMAT exams.

You will need to have a valid passport and a visa in order to enter United Kingdom. Since it can take several months to obtain a passport and all the documentation, start the process as soon as you can. Here you will find information regarding Visa requirements and procedure, Immigration procedure.

This section takes you through the profile of Universities in United Kingdom. It starts with tips on finding the course that’s right for you and ends with choosing the right university.