Study in UK Today

In United Kingdom, there are millions of students studying from all across the globe. Usually those students get admission in Bachelors and Masters progammes. There are several requirements to get admission in these programmes. The checklist/requirements change according to the universities. It is not difficult to get admission in UK unless you have fulfilled all the requirements. Those requirements can be in the form of documentation, English Language Certificate as well as bank statement.

Bachelors Degree

Intake: Multiple intakes in a year
Field of Study: More than 25 universities with almost every field

Requirements

HSSC/A-Level

English language:

Duolingo, PTE, Language Certificate, or IELTS are acceptable. IELTS for Bachelors: Overall 5.5 with no module less than 5.

Masters Degree

Intake: Multiple intakes in a year
Field of Study: More than 25 universities with almost every field

Requirements

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

English language:

Duolingo, PTE, Language Certificate, or IELTS are acceptable.
IELTS for Masters: Overall 6.5 required with no module less than 6.

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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 successful assessment, student will get i20 in 04-06 weeks.

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 Maintenance letter (minimum 28 days preferably on student’s name)
  • Family registration certificate
  • Medical ( Only chest X-Ray from IOM)
  • Birth certificate
  • Police character certificate

Expenses

Application charges: £100-200

Tuition Fee:

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

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

Cost of Studying in UK

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.