|Birkbeck University of London|
|Birmingham City University|
|Buckinghamshire New University|
|Canterbury Christchurch University|
|Cardiff Metropolitan University|
|Cranfield University (Health Dept)|
|De Montfort University|
|De Montfort University Leicester International Pathway College (LIPC)|
|Glasgow Caledonian University|
|INTO CITY University|
|INTO Glasgow Caledonian University|
|INTO London (World Education Centre)|
|INTO Manchester Metropolitian University|
|INTO Newcastle University|
|INTO Queen's University Belfast|
|INTO St. George¹s University of London|
|INTO University of East Anglia|
|INTO University of Exeter|
|INTO University of Stirling (Stirling & London)|
|Kings College London|
|Le Corden Bleu|
|Leeds Beckett University|
|Liverpool Hope University|
|Liverpool John Moores University|
|London Metropolitan University|
|London South Bank University|
|Manchester Metropolitan University|
|Nottingham Trent University|
|Oxford Brookes University|
|Queen Margaret University|
|Queen Mary, University of London|
|Queen's University Belfast|
|Richmond - The American Intitute University In London|
|Robert Gordon University|
|Royal Agricultural University|
|Schiller International University|
|Sheffield Hallam University|
|Southampton Solent University|
|Stafford Shire University|
|Trinity Saint David, London|
|UCL Institute of Education|
|University of Aberdeen|
|University of Bedfordshire|
|University of Bolton|
|University of Bradford|
|University of Brighton|
|University of Central Lancashire|
|University of Central Lancashire - CYPRUS|
|University of Chester|
|University of Chichester|
|University Of Cumbria|
|University of Derby|
|University of Dundee|
|University of Durham|
|University of East Anglia|
|University of East London|
|University of Edinburgh|
|University of Essex|
|University of Exeter|
|University of Glasgow|
|University of Gloucestershire|
|University of Greenwich|
|University of Hertfordshire|
|University of Huddersfield|
|University of Kent|
|University of Leeds|
|University of Leicester|
|University of Lincoln|
|University of Liverpool|
|University of Manchester|
|University of Nottingham|
|University of Portsmouth|
|University of Reading|
|University of Salford|
|University of Sheffield|
|University of South Wales|
|University of Southampton|
|University of St. Andrews|
|University of Stirling|
|University of Strathclyde|
|University of Sunderland|
|University Of Surrey|
|University of Sussex|
|University of the Arts London|
|University of The West of Scotland|
|University of Ulster|
|University Of West of England, Bristol|
|University of Westminster|
|University of Winchester|
|University of Wolverhampton|
|University of Worcester|
|University of York|
You'll Gain Recognised & Respected Qualification:
Like all levels of UK education; UK postgraduate qualifications are respected and valued all over the world. A master's degree, PhD or MBA from a UK university will give you a competitive edge over others.
UK postgraduate study offer fantastic libraries, state-of-the art laboratories, ultramodern computer facilities and extensive research resources are to name some when it comes to why one should opt for UK apart from the unmatched academic curriculum.
It makes the best use of your time:
Full-time postgraduate courses in the UK vary from one year to four years depending on the type of course you choose. The following will give you a general idea of how long each type of course will take to complete:
One year courses
Postgraduate Certificate/Diploma, Master's degrees, MBAs
Two year courses: Some master's degrees
Three to four year courses: PhDs, New Route PhDs
Three to four year courses
PhDs, New Route PhDs
AN array of postgraduate courses gives you more flexibility than you're likely to find in another country's education system. You can start by enrolling in a master's degree, then transfer or start by taking an M.Res - Master of Research - which could lead on to a PhD. It's up to you!
UK postgraduate qualifications let employers know at a glance that you've got the skills they're looking for, putting you on the right tracks for a great job and a great salary. It's estimated that female postgraduates earn as much as 34 per cent more than female colleagues who have only a first degree and male postgraduates earn as much as 20 per cent more than male first degree graduates. Almost 90% of the UK post graduates are qualified for employment .The latest figures available shows that one year after finishing their course, less than three per cent of UK postgraduate qualifiers are unemployed.
At a UK university you'll be meeting with people from all over the world, whose different backgrounds and new perspectives will add to your rich cultural experience. There are around 500,000 postgraduate students in the UK and at many universities and colleges more than 30 per cent of these are international. You'll meet students from Asia, Africa, Europe, the Americas and Australasia, and will gain an insight into their customs and culture that will shape your view of the global economy in which you'll soon be looking to make your career
There are currently more than 10,000 Indian students studying in UK universities and colleges.
The sheer variety of specializations means you will be able to find a course that suits your real interests, your ambitions and passions. For example, in the UK, you could specialize in anything from computer games programming, ocean engineering, music technology, meteorology or underwater photography to multimedia design, anthropology, women's studies, hotel management or dance.
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:
£4,000 to £14,000
£7,000 to £9,000
£7,500 to £22,000
£10,000 to £25,000
Arts & Humanities courses
£7,000 to £12,000
£7,500 to £25,000
£10,000 to £33,000
£4,000 to more than 34,000
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 £1000 per month in London and £800 per month elsewhere.
Living expenses vary greatly 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.
Are there any benefits offered to International students whilst studying in UK?
2 sources of benefit are :
Will I get refund if my visa is refused
If your visa is refused and you have paid a deposit to your institution for tuition fees then you will receive a refund of the deposit when you send the institution a copy of your visa refusal letter from the High Commission. A few institutions deduct a small amount usually no more than £ 100 for processing the refund payment.
How can I finance my studies?
As compared to the cost of studying in India only, going abroad can seem to be steeply expensive. However one must keep the possible returns in mind which are in the form of quality of education, international exposure and boost to ones career when evaluating the costs of studying abroad. A student can rely on sources like family funds, bank loans, scholarships, bursaries, sponsorships etc to provide for funds required by him.
Should I pay a Deposit?
Some universities require the students to pay part of the tuition fees in advance in order to reserve a place for them in the university. In any case we recommend that all students should make a deposit payment as it facilitates in getting a student visa.
How are the Universities rated?
British Universities do not have a formal ranking system but the government does take the responsibility to monitor and control the quality of education provided by each university
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