Study in UK

Britain has long been a popular destination for Nepali students. With more than 180 institutes of higher education to choose from, all equipped with extensive facilities, Britain is able to offer a broad spectrum of subjects from the highly academic to the purely practical in anything from architecture to zoology. Every year, over 600,000 people travel from around the world to study in the UK where it’s easy to find the right course, easy to register and easy to feel at home. British higher and further education provides value for money by offering shorter, more intensive courses than are available in many other countries, thereby reducing living expenses and time spent away from home. Education in the UK is internationally recognized for its quality and its breadth of vision. Each year, hundreds of thousands of international students come to study in the UK because they offer such outstanding opportunities.

Why study in the UK?

  • You’ll get a world-class qualification
  • You’ll get the skills you’ll need for the modern environment
  • Whatever your educational needs, the UK can meet them
  • It has an exciting, fun culture
  • It’s an ideal base for your travels
  • It’s an affordable option
  • You’ll get a warm welcome
  • Quality education wherever you study in the UK

1. Diploma
2. Advanced Diploma
3. Bachelor’s
4. Master’s

Each college and university has its own set of admission requirements, but the minimum usually includes the following:

  • Completed Application Form;- Application Fee (£ 20 – £ 200)
  • Proof of Secondary School completion (usually 12 years of schooling for bachelor’s degree and 15 years education for master’s degree)
  • Certification of English Language Proficiency (IELTS)
  • Letter of Recommendation from previous school or college
  • Statement of purpose (SOP)
  • Passport copy
  • Students Resume/Bio-data
  • Work Experience Certificate (if applicable)

Costs range from about GBP 4000 to GBP 25,000 per year for tuition fees only. We estimate your accommodation, food and travel expenses to be at approximately £ 7,500.00 per year.

There is very little financial aid in the UK for international students. Some universities may give students with good or exceptional backgrounds, a part tuition fee waiver. Some colleges give discounts of 1000 – 1500 Pounds to students with good academic backgrounds.

U.K. is one of the few countries that allow international students to work even outside the campus. Students can work upto 10-20 hours per week during the semester and full-time during vacations. Contrary to popular belief, students are able to obtain part-time employment quite easily in bigger cities like London and Birmingham. Students are entitled to work full time during the holidays. There is no permission required for most international students to take part-time and vacation work. Students can take up placements or internship placements, which are part of a ‘sandwich course’.