Study In UK
The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, also known as the United Kingdom or the United Kingdom, is the second most popular international study destination in the world. The United Kingdom welcomes approximately 460,000 international students from all over the world every year to study in UK. After establishing a world-class education system, British higher education has become a model for many countries in the world. Welcome to our Website Education Section.
Why study in the UK?
The UK has about 162 higher education institutions and different degrees, making the UK a popular destination for international education. The education system varies depending on where you choose to study in the UK, but there are some subtle differences. No matter where you study, you will receive high-quality education from well-known professionals. Any qualifications obtained in the UK will be highly valued internationally
Many universities and colleges in the UK are ranked in leading education rankings. In the 2019 QS World University Rankings, the UK has 4 institutions in the top ten. There are also 18 British institutions in the top 100 universities. The highest ranking is Oxford University, ranking fifth. Followed by Cambridge University and Imperial College London, ranked sixth and eighth respectively.
The cost of studying in the UK
The currency of the United Kingdom is the British Pound (GBP / £).
Tuition fees for international students are not fixed or not subject to UK authority. This means that the different institutions will be completely different, and each university will determine the fees that will be charged. The tuition fee you charge depends heavily on your country / region. If you are from an EU country, you may be charged the same fees as a UK student. If you are from another country, you must pay the international student fee.
In England, for the 2019/20 academic year, the maximum tuition fee for UK / EU students is £ 9,250 per year. In Wales, undergraduate tuition fees can be up to £ 9,000 per year; In Scotland, you can also pay up to £ 9,000 a year, but for EU students, the tuition fee is usually lower. In Northern Ireland, as an EU student, you can pay up to £ 4,275 a year. Tuition fees for UK / EU students will change each academic year, and you must ensure you understand the course fees. Postgraduate tuition fees for EU students in each of these fields are usually the same as postgraduate tuition fees for UK students and will vary from institution to institution.
EU students will learn about the UK referendum on EU membership (also known as “Brexit”). Although there are doubts about the tuition fees that EU students will pay once the UK officially leaves the EU, many universities have pledged to keep EU tuition fees unchanged for at least the next few years. Please refer to the “Brexit” article for more information and to know that you are welcome to study in the UK at any time.
If you are not an EU student, your tuition fee may be much higher. For both undergraduate and graduate students, you typically expect to pay 5,000 to 40,000 EGP annually. If you choose to study executive education courses like MBA, or choose competitive courses like medicine, your costs will be higher.
In terms of living expenses, it is recommended that you have a minimum of £ 14,000 per year. This will pay for rent, groceries, travel and any other necessary expenses. If you choose to live in London, you should increase your cost of living budget as it is much higher than other places in the UK.
As long as you prove you’re a student by showing your student ID, many retailers will offer a lot of discounts to students and use this feature to save some money. Depending on where you live, you may be able to find a part-time job to supplement your finances. Usually, it depends on your visa and there may sometimes be restrictions. Please review Part-Time Student Worksheets for more information about working during your studies.
You may be able to apply for a scholarship to fund your studies. This can be approved by your agency or other funding agency. Please see the Scholarships to study in UK section for more information.