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Benefits of Study
Imagine the benefits of completing master's degrees and MBAs at UK universities in one year compared to two in most other countries, including the USA and Australia. For same quality education you only have to pay tuition fees for one year and you can enter the employment market sooner. There are plenty of other reasons, why United Kingdom is fast emerging as one of the most popular destinations for studies.
If you're convinced that living and studying abroad is right for you, what makes the UK a good choice?
UK qualifications are recognized and respected throughout the world. Your UK qualification will be a solid foundation for building your future, boosting your career and prospects for a higher salary. UK universities, colleges and schools will provide a vibrant, creative and challenging environment in which to develop your potential. Quality standards for UK institutions are among the best in the world. Universities, colleges and schools continually have to prove that their courses meet strict criteria. Many other countries are now trying to follow the example of the UK.
Increasing numbers of international students, from over 180 different countries, are choosing to study towards a higher education course in the UK. Some of the reasons students choose to study here are listed below
A good international reputation
The quality of UK education is recognized all over the world by employers, universities and governments, making it a popular destination for international students. UK higher education is well-respected for the standard of its research and teaching.
A good quality of education
UK universities are monitored closely to ensure that they uphold the high standards of teaching, learning and research set by the government. The Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA) is the key body charged with maintaining these standards.
A wide range of courses
UK universities and colleges offer a wide range of higher education courses. Whatever your career goals or interests might be, there's sure to be a higher education course for you. The University and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) maintains a comprehensive database of undergraduate courses. See the UCAS website for more details.
An interesting place to live
The UK is full of diverse cultures and people and this is what attracts many students to come here from other countries. From cosmopolitan cities buzzing with life to smaller towns and villages, the UK is a place of contrasts - a place where historical buildings mix with the latest contemporary architecture. Another thing to consider is that by coming to the UK to study you are likely to develop good language skills. English is arguably the most important language in today’s global business world. By immersing yourself in UK life, you will be developing and honing you language skills each day, chatting to friends, in seminars and lectures and out and about. Most UK universities offer language support to international students too.
Both undergraduate and postgraduate courses are generally shorter in the UK than in other countries, which can dramatically cut the cost of tuition fees and living expenses. Most undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the UK last three years, although some are longer. International students are allowed to work up to 20 hours per week while studying in the UK. (If you are coming to the UK as a student for six months or less, you must specifically ask the Entry Clearance Officer for permission to work.) As well as being a good way to fund your studies, working in the UK will also be a great opportunity to polish up language skills and get some vital work experience.
Academically, the UK leads the world. Some of the oldest and best universities and schools are located in the UK. These include world renowned institutions such as The University of Edinburgh, University of Bath, City University, Northumbria, the University of Glasgow, University of Sheffield, University of Southampton, Brunel University, University of Aberdeen, Essex University, the University of Northampton, the University of Strathclyde, but the tradition carries through to many of the universities and colleges throughout the UK. When looking for work in the future, this can be a great selling point in your favour!
Visa applications have to be made on IM2A forms, which are available free of cost at the British Embassies. This form has to be filled up by the student and submitted to the embassy, along with the Visa application fee and the required documents as mentioned below.
Immigration Rules for Students
1. You must intend to study at a publicly funded university or college, a bonafide private institution or a fee-paying independent school
2. You must be able to and intend to follow a full time degree course, or a weekday, full time course at a single institution involving at least 15 hours of organized, daytime study per week
3. You must be able to pay for your course and the living expenses of your husband or wife and children (if they are with you) without working in UK or claiming public funds
4. You must not intend to work in UK unless you are accepted for a course lasting longer than six months, when you may work part-time or during vacations
5. You must intend to leave UK at the end of your studies
Documents Required For a Student Visa
A letter of acceptance on the course: This will be a letter from your institution confirming that a place has been offered to you and that the course is full-time as defined by the immigration law. The letter should state how long the course will last. Where your course is more advanced and specialized, the letter should also state what level of English is needed for the course (giving minimum test marks, if appropriate) and confirm that you satisfy this requirement.
Evidence that you can pay the course fees and support yourself and your family, if applicable
Depending on your circumstances, this could include evidence of government sponsorship, a letter from a sponsor in UK confirming they can support you, together with evidence that they can do this, and/or your own bank statements. You should also provide a letter from your place of study stating the full cost of the course, what arrangements are acceptable for payment and whether you have already paid fees or a deposit.
Accommodation: Although the immigration rules do not require unaccompanied students to show that accommodation has been arranged, your place of study may have given you information about its availability, and you should bring this to the attention of the ECO. If your family is coming with you to the UK, you will need to show that there will adequate accommodation for them. If your place of study cannot confirm that family accommodation will be available, you may have to consider traveling to the UK alone and making arrangements for your family to join you when you have found somewhere to live. Once your application has been accepted you might have to be interviewed.
Interview is a part of your visa application process.
The interview is to give you the opportunity to clarify for the ECO certain parts of your application. The ECO will be aiming to satisfy him or herself that your study plans are genuine and workable.
The interview is a normal part of the process, but you may feel quite nervous before it and find it an uncomfortable experience. ECO’s are trained professionals who will try to make the process as painless as possible, but the questions are necessarily very direct and personal.
You should prepare for such an interview carefully. In particular:
1. Be familiar with all your study plans; why you chose the particular institution and course; how the course will help your future career;
2. Be clear about the cost of living and the course and your finances: do you have enough money to complete the course? Can you prove it?
3. Be as clear as you can about your likely future career in your country: what are you going to do on your return
To apply for a student visa you must submit your visa application at the nearest British High Commission or Embassy in your home country. Your application with all the required documents and visa fee will be accepted and put up for decision to an Entry Clearance Officer (ECO) from the nearest visa issuing centre of the British High Commission or Embassy. The British High Commission or Embassy aims to make decisions on visa applications within 2 working days, although this may take slightly longer during the busy periods. It is therefore, important to apply as early as you can. If an interview is required then the application process will take longer and you are therefore advised to apply for your visa at least 1 month before your course commences, but preferably earlier. If your application is fully prepared, and accompanied by relevant documentary evidence of your circumstances, you may be issued a visa without an interview. The final decision on whether you would require an interview or not will be taken by an Entry Clearance Officer at the British High Commission or Embassy, no one else can make this decision. However, generally students may not require an interview (subject to changes in visa regulations for different countries) if they have:
Traveled to the UK in the last ten years and have evidence of this travel
Traveled to the US, Australia, New Zealand. Canada, Switzerland or Schengen countries within the last five years and have evidence of this travel
Prepaid 100% of their tuition fees and have a receipt to prove it.
If no interview is required, your passport would be returned to the application centre, or couriered to you, within two working days or you may be asked to come and collect it. If however, you are called for an interview, you are likely to get an appointment on the next working day. This might slip during exceptionally busy periods.
The student is likely to be called for an interview if he has:
1. Been refused a visa for the UK or for any other country, unless he has subsequently obtained a visa for that country
2. Been refused entry to the UK or any other country
3. Failed to comply with the conditions of entry to the UK or sought an extension of stay there.
Students visa applicant’s need to fill IM2A forms, which are available free of cost at the British Embassies. This form has to be filled up by the student and submitted to the embassy, along with the Visa application fee and the required documents as mentioned below
1. CAS Letter
2. Visa forms (VAF 1) (available from www.britainonline.org.pk)
3. Three (3) recent passport-size color photographs
4. Passport (with more then six months validity)
5. Visa fee in the form of a bank draft in favor of British High Commission, New Delhi
6. Academic documents and transcripts? only copies needed
7. Scholarship letter? if applicable
8. Sponsor's letter in the form of affidavit properly signed by the solicitor? if applicable
9. Sponsor's bank statements for the last six months (A bank certificate is acceptable only in case of fixed deposit accounts)
10. Sponsor's tax documents, including assessment forms for the last three years? if possible
11. Evidence of personal/sponsor?s business/land/employment/income
12. Family registration form? if applicable
In Addition to the Documents Listed above you may be asked for:
Evidence of funds, for example bank statements or pay slips, to show that you can pay for your stay and your course of studies in the UK.
A letter from your host or sponsor in the UK to say that he or she will support and accommodate you during your course of studies, again with evidence that he or she can do so.
The Entry Clearance Officer will check that he or she has all the information that is needed to make a decision. If more information is required you may be asked to return with additional information before your application is accepted.
UK government departments and the devolved administrations of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, including a number of other UK organizations, offer a variety of scholarships and other awards to help international students study in the UK. These awards are a sign of the UK's strong commitment to the rest of the world. This also show the UK's awareness of the many benefits that come from sharing the excellence of its schools, colleges and universities with visiting students and scholars from abroad.Online scholarships search: A new development from the British Council means that it is now possible to search for your scholarship online. You can now find any scholarships that are appropriate to your country of origin, level of study, subject, and institutions where you are interested in studying. To try thesearch,visit
Health care is often free for international students
You are likely to be able to take advantage of National Health Service (NHS) treatment, as well as reduced-cost medicines, dental treatment and eye tests. Find out whether you are entitled to NHS care.
You'll get a warm welcome
The UK has been welcoming international students for generations. It has long experience looking after your needs, and will give you special support from the moment you apply and throughout your time in the UK. Airport pickup & accommodation facilities are guaranteed.
UK scientists and institutions have won ninety Nobel Prizes for their scientific achievements. The UK's creative brains are regarded as the best in the world. Their work is worth £112 billion every year.
All major world religions are represented: mosques, Hindu places of worship and Sikh temples can be seen alongside a whole range of Christian churches. Many languages are represented as well. The most widely spoken Indian language in the UK is Hindi, Punjabi, followed by Urdu, etc. All this diversity means that, when you come to the UK, you will find it easy to settle in and integrate. And you will also develop an enhanced understanding of different cultures by meeting others from an enormous variety of religious and national backgrounds. International bookshops stock books and newspapers from all over the world are available, which can help you update information & informs about what is happening at home.
Study In U.K Entry Requirements
· Certificates and mark sheets of till 12 classes attested by British Council or Any Govt. office
· IELTS Score – 5.0 (min.)
Visa Requirements( Original And Photocopy)