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UK Qualifications are recognized by employers all over the world. The courses encourage independence, creativity and self- reliance : qualities that employers from around the world look for in potential hires. When making decisions about your future, you may wish to consider the kind of salaries earned by certain professions, the distribution of jobs and vacancies across the UK and other statistics about the current state of the graduate market. UK institutions follow one of the best quality standards in the world. The British government rates Universities, Colleges, and Schools periodically and ranks them between one and five. Come study in top universities in UK through AS Foreign Education – your university education consultant based in Pakistan.

Many students select to study in UK because of the most popular study destinations for education in the world.

 

Many students select to study in UK because of the most popular study destinations for education in the world.

Why Study in UK?

UK Qualifications are recognized by employers all over the world. The courses encourage independence, creativity and self- reliance : qualities that employers from around the world look for in potential hires. When making decisions about your future, you may wish to consider the kind of salaries earned by certain professions, the distribution of jobs and vacancies across the UK and other statistics about the current state of the graduate market. UK institutions follow one of the best quality standards in the world. The British government rates Universities, Colleges, and Schools periodically and ranks them between one and five. Come study in top universities in UK through AS Foreign Education – your university education consultant based in Pakistan.

Education System

·      After 12th a student can go for 4 years of Bachelor degree or 2 years of Associate degree

·      After completion of Bachelors Degree student pursues Master degree, which is normally of two years duration.

·      After completion of Master degree one can pursue PhD, which may take around 3 to 5 years to complete.

·      Each U.K. College or university sets its own admission standards for admission of International students. U.K. colleges and universities usually base their admission decisions on a student’s academic records and applicable test records such as TOEFL or IELTS or SAT. If a student applies for graduate schools then additional exam scores like GRE or GMAT will be required.

 

 

Required tests

You may be required to sit on an English Language Test such as IELTS or TOEFL before the university will confirm your seat on the course. The IELTS is organized by the British Council and results take 2-3 weeks.

The minimum scores usually required are 6.0 to 7.0 for IELTS and 213 to 250 (CBT) for TOEFL.

For MBA programs in good universities, a good GMAT score is required, in addition to IELTS or TOEFL scores and work experience of 2-3 years, in addition to decent academic performance at the Bachelor’s level.

Valmiki Group can help you obtain admission in MBA programs without GMAT score too!

Cost of Education

For international students, universities set their own fees and they vary by subject and by institution. The average costs of tuition in various fields are:

Under Graduation (3-4yrs)

£6,750 to £8,500 per year

Post Graduation

£8,000 to £10,000 per year

MBA

£7,500 to £13,500 per year (Programs at some top UK business schools can cost up to £20,000 per year)

Scholarships

Up to 1000 Pounds.

For both types of postgraduate study (taught and research), you should budget for a 12-month academic year. Average living costs (covering accommodation, food, clothing, books, entertainment and travel) for an international student on a degree course are £768 per month in London and £600 per month elsewhere.

Living expenses are approx. 400 to 500 pounds sterling per month depending upon your lifestyle and the city of residence. Please note, however, that some universities include the cost of accommodation and food within the total fee payable to them.

Important Dates

Student Visa Process

Process to obtain British Student Visa for international students. Immigration and student visa Information for UK

For EEA Students

If you are a student from EEA country that is – European Union plus Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway, then you can enter United Kingdom with minimum formalities. If you are from EEA then it is so easy for you to enter UK that you don’t even need to obtain UK Student visa. However, you’ll be asked to present evidences that you have been approved for the course of study you have selected and you have sufficient funds to stay and study in United Kingdom. In addition to this, you’ll also need a valid passport.

For Non EEA Students

If you do not belong to EEA (European Union, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway) then you’ll have to fulfill some immigration requirements. Students belonging to many countries will need to obtain a British Student Visa to study in UK. They can do this at the British Embassy, High Commission or Consulate of Britain. Students from some Commonwealth countries where obtaining a student visa is not compulsory must also have to get entry clearance before leaving their home. This is to make sure a Right of Appeal in the unlikely event that entry is refused. To verify either you need to obtain a visa or not, visit Foreign and Commonwealth Office web page at http://fco.gov.uk/travel/imm_visa.asp

Documents Required to Obtain British Student Visa

  1. A valid passport

  2. A letter of unconditional acceptance for a full-time course from a College or University

  3. Mark sheets or Degree of previously joined exams Attested by IBCC and HEC

  4. Evidence of your financial ability to meet, without working in the UK, the costs of your course, accommodation and maintenance and to support any dependants accompanying you.

  5. Letters of recommendations are appreciated

  6. Statement of Purpose

  7. CV

Time of validity of the student visa to be received is usually determined by the length of your course of study. When you arrive in the United Kingdom, an immigration officer may question you, so don’t forget to take all relevant documents in your hand luggage.

Student Visa Doesn’t Allow

  1. working more than 20 hrs per week.

  2. your placement is part of your studies, has the agreement of your education institution and leads to a degree or qualification awarded by a nationally recognized examining body

  3. do business, be self-employed or provide services as a professional sportsperson or entertainer

  4. work full-time in a permanent job

Passport stickers, stamp and length of stay

When you apply for a student visa at a British Embassy, Consulate or High Commission outside the UK, you will receive a sticker known as vignette, in your passport with the conditions and length of stay. When you arrive at the airport, you will receive a stamp to show when you entered the United Kingdom.

If you are applying for entry at a port of entry (you can only do this if you are from a non visa required nation), you will get a stamp in your passport with conditions and length of stay.

Most of the overseas students (from outside the European Union) are initially given the right to stay for one year. But there is nothing to worry about, if you want to stay longer as a student then you may extend your visa validity length as a student.

The Immigration Officer may endorse on your passport with any other restriction that may apply to you.

 

Steps to Apply

  1. Admission Process
  2. Fee Transfer
  3. Visa File Submission
  4. Embassy Interview
  5. Visa Successfully Received
  6. Pre-Departure Preparation
  7. Fly to Destination

Universities In The United Kingdom

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• Abbey College Cambridge • Aberyswyth University • Academy of English Studies Folkestone • Anglia Ruskin University • Bangor University, Wales • Bath Academy • Brunel International Pathways Centre • Brunel University • Chichester College • City College Brighton and Hove • Coventry - FoundatiON Campus • Coventry University • Essex University • Greenwich University • HIC - Hertfordshire • INTO Belfast • INTO City University London • INTO Exeter • INTO Newcastle • INTO UEA • Lancaster University - Study Group • LIBT Brunel • Liverpool College International • Liverpool International College • London College of Fashion • Manchester College of Arts & Technology • Middlesex University • Northbrook College • Oxford Brookes IPC • Plymouth University • Regents College • Roehampton University • Swansea University • University of Chichester • University of East Anglia • University of Hertfordshire • University of Kent • University of the Arts, London • Abbey DLD College London • Abbots Bromley School • Abbotsholme School • Abingdon School • Ackworth School • ACS Cobham • Adcote School • Aldenham School • Aldro School • All Hallows Prep School • Ampleforth College • Ardingly College • Ashbourne College • Ashford School • Ashville College • Ashwicke Hall School • Aurora Eccles School • Badminton School • Barnard Castle School • Barnardiston Hall Prep School • Battle Abbey School • Bede's • Bede's Prep School • Bedford Prep School • Bedford School • Bedstone College • Beechwood Sacred Heart • Beeston Hall School • Bellerbys College • Berkhamsted School • Bethany School • Bishopstrow College ISC • Bloxham School • Blundells School • Bootham School • Bosworth Independent College • Boundary Oak School • Bournemouth Collegiate School • Box Hill School • Bradfield College • Bredon School • Brentwood School • Brighton College • Brockhurst and Marlston House • Bromsgrove Prep School • Bromsgrove School • Brooke House College • Bruton School for Girls • Bryanston School • Burgess Hill Girls
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• Cambridge Arts and Sciences • Cambridge Centre for Sixth Form Studies • Canford School • Cardiff Sixth Form College • Caterham School • CATS Canterbury • CATS College Cambridge • CATS London • Chase Grammar • Chelsea Independent College • Cheltenham College • Cherwell College • Chigwell School • Christ College Brecon • Christ's Hospital School • Clayesmore School • Clifton College • Cobham Hall School • Concord College • Cottesmore School • Cranbrook School • Culford School • Dauntseys School • Dean Close Preparatory School • Dean Close School • Denstone College • DLD Abbey College • Dollar Academy • Dover College • d'Overbroecks College • Downside School • Dulwich College • Dulwich Prep London • Durham School • Earlscliffe College • Estbourne College • Ellesmere College • Elmhurst Ballet School • Elstree School • Epsom College • Farlington School • Farringtons School • Felsted Prep School • Felsted School • Fettes College • Finborough School • Framlingham College • Framlingham College Prep School • Frensham Heights • Fulneck School • Fyling Hall School • Giggleswick Junior School • Giggleswick School • Glenalmond College • Godolphin School • Gordonstoun School • Great Ballard School • Greshams Prep School • Greshams School • Haberdashers Monmouth School for Girls • Hampshire Collegiate • Handcross Park Prep School • Harrogate Ladies College • Harrow School • Hatherop Castle School • Hazlegrove Preparatory School • Headington School • Hethersett Old Hall School • Highfield School • Hurstpierpoint College • Hurtwood House • International Community School • International School of Creative Arts • Junior King's School Canterbury • Kent College Canterbury • Kent College Canterbury Junior School • Kent College; Pembury • Kilgraston School • King Edward's Witley • King Williams College • Kingham Hill School • Kings' Bournemouth • King's College Saint Michael's • King's College Taunton • King's Hall School • King's International School Ely • King's School Bruton • Kings School Ely
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• King's School Rochester • Kingsley School • Kingswood School • Kirkham Grammar School • Lancing College • Landsdowne College • Langley Preparatory School • Langley School • Leighton Park School • Licensed Victuallers School • Lincoln Minster School • Llandovery College • Lomond School • Longridge Towers School • Lord Wandsworth College • Loretto School • Loughborough Grammar School • Luckley House School • Lucton School • Malvern St James • Mark College • Mayfield School • Merchiston Castle School • Mill Hill International • Mill Hill School • Millfield Prep School • Millfield School • Milton Abbey School • Moffats School ( to Close ) • Moira House School • Monkton Combe • Monmouth School for Boys • More House School • Moreton Hall School • Mount Kelly School • Mount St Mary's College • Moyles Court School • MPW College Birmingham • Myddelton College • New Hall School • Newbury Hall School • Northbourne Park • Oakham School • Ockbrook School • Oswestry School • Oundle School • Oxford International College • Oxford International Study Centre (OISC) • Oxford Tutorial College • Padworth College • Pangbourne College • Princess Helena College • Prior Park College • Prior Park Preparatory School • Priors Field School • Queen Anne's School • Queen Ethelburga's College • Queen's College • Queenswood School • Ratcliffe College • Reddam House School • Rendcomb College • Riddlesworth Hall • Rishworth School • Rochester Independent College • Rockport School • Roedean School • Rossall School • Royal Hospital School • Royal Masonic School for Girls • Royal Russell School • Royal School Haslemere • Ruthin School • Rydal Penrhos • Ryde School • Rye St Antony • Scarborough College • Seaford College • Sedbergh Prep School (Casterton) • Sedbergh School • Shapwick School • Shebbear College • Sherborne Prep School • Sherborne School for Boys • Sherborne School for Girls • Sherborne School International • Shiplake College
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• Sibford School • Sidcot School • Slindon College • St Andrews College Cambridge • St Andrew's Prep School • St Christopher School • St Clare's Oxford • St Edmund's College • St Edmund's Junior School Canterbury • St Edmund's Senior School Canterbury • St Felix School • St Francis' College • St James' School • St John's College • St John's International School • St Joseph's College • St Lawrence College • St Leonards School Fife • St Margaret's School Bushey • St Mary's School • St Mary's School, Cambridge • St Olave's School • St Peter's School • St Swithun's School • St Teresa's School • Stamford High School for Boys • Stamford High School for Girls • Stonar School • Stonyhurst College • Stover School • Strathallan School • Sutton Valence School • TASIS • Taunton International School • Taunton Prep School • Taunton School • Tettenhall College • The Leys School • The Mount School • The Oratory Prep School • The Oratory School • The Park School • The Prebendal School • The Read School • The Royal High School Bath • Trent College • Trinity School • Truro High School for Girls • Truro School • Vinehall School • Walden School ( Closing) • Walhampton School • Warminster School • Wellington School • Wells Cathedral School - Juniors • Cathedral School - Senior • West Buckland School • Westonbirt School • Winchester College • Windermere School • Windlesham House School • Woldingham School • Woodbridge School • Woodhouse Grove • Worksop College • Worth School • Wrekin College • Wychwood School • Wycliffe College • Wycliffe Preparatory School • University of East London • Nottingham Trent University • Liverpool John Moores University • university of buckinghamshire • huddersfield university • university of plymouth • bath spa universiy • Middlesex U niversity • Anglia Ruskin University International College • Birmingham City University International College • Brunel University International College • Edinburgh Napier University International College • University of Hertfordshire International College • University of Northampton International College • Plymouth University International College • University of Portsmouth International College • Robert Gordon University International College • Swansea University International College

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