Study in UK

Requirements

For Admission in Bachelor

HSSC/A-Level

For Admission in Master

  • Sc/ BBA/BS Hons or 16 Qualification
  • 2 years bachelors and 2 years master is also accepted

English language:

  • IELTS for Bachelors: Overall 6.0 with no module less than 5.5
  • IELTS for Masters: Overall 6.5 required

 

Courses Available: Bachelor/Masters

Intake: Multiple intakes in a year

Field of Study: More than 25 universities with almost every field

Procedure:

Step 01:

For Admission

The following documents are required for admissions

  • Upto date Resume
  • Statement of purpose
  • Academic documents
  • Reference letters from two different subject teachers of last institute
  • IELTS Certificate
  • Experienced letter (if any)
  • Passport Copy
  • CNIC Copy

After assessment of all these documents student will get conditional offer letter in 02-03 weeks.

Step 02:

After offer letter, student will deposit the initial deposit as mentioned on the offer letter. Student needs to submit bank statement for financial evaluation.  University may call a Skype interview before the CAS letter.

Step 03:

After CAS letter, students file the visa.

Visa Documents:

  • All academic documents attested by Board/IBCC/HEC/MOFA
  • Bank statement with account Maintinance letter( minimum 28 days preferably on student’s name
  • Family registration certificate
  • Medical ( Only chest X-Ray from IOM)
  • Police Character certificate

Expense Details

Application charges: 100-200 £

1-Tuition Fee:

  • Bachelors: 9,000- 11,500 £
  • Masters: 10,000-14,000 £

2-Consultancy Charges

  • Total 30,000 PKR
  • 1st installment: With application pay 15,000
  • 2nd installment: After admission letter 15,000

Embassy Fee: 55,000- 65,000

Medical Charges: Approximately 6,000 PKR

Health Insurance: Approximately 200 Pounds/Year

Processing Time:

Visa is issued after interview (Skype or Telephonic) and takes 2-4 weeks

Cost of Living

The cost of living is fairly reasonable to live in England. It will cost a bit more if you live in a city like London, but in general, costs are reasonable. The average annual cost of living in England (outside of London) for students is UK£12,056 (US$19,490). This includes £4,989 ($7,460) for rent, £1,954 ($2,920) for food, £363 ($540) for household goods, £42 ($62) for insurance, £1,917 ($2,860) for personal items, £1,705 ($2,550) for travel and £1,190 ($1,780) for leisure

Tuition fees and course costs

For international students fees start at around UK£8,000 (US$11,920) for lecture-based courses, going up to £36,600 ($58,201) for an undergraduate medical degree at the top of the price range. On average, however, international undergraduate fees level out at around £11,987 ($17,870). At postgraduate level, the average international fee for classroom based programs in 2014-15 is £12,390 ($18,470), although the majority of courses range from between £10,000 and £13,000 ($14,900-$19,380). For laboratory-based programs, average annual fees stand at £14,274 ($21,285), while for clinical degree programs the average figure is £21,296 ($31,750). For leading clinical programs (such as medicine) at leading UK universities, however, fees can be as high as £38,532 ($57,440) annually.

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