How To Apply To UK Universities

International Students Applying To UK Universities

how to apply to uk universities as an International student

Apply for a position with any of the universities we work with within the UK and the world at large. Making a university application through Uni Admissions is relatively very easy and comes with help from the start of your university application till the end at no cost or charges whatsoever. Uni Admissions is your gateway to all your chosen or prospective university entrance opportunities.

However, it is important that, before we start to work on your behalf, you have not applied to any of the Universities in our list before coming to us. One thing is for sure, we offer full support at every stage of your university admission application until you have finally found an admission or arrived in the UK. We prefer to work with prospective students who have neither applied to any University. However, if you have already begun, feel free to speak to us about applying to study at UK universities..

Choose a programme – Before you choose an educational programme, it is important that the programme you have chosen matches your O’ Level, A’ level, Bac or undergraduate qualifications. We expect you to have researched and identified an appropriate course of interest backed by career aspirations or study goals. The cost of living and studying in the UK is as important as the programme you are interested in embarking on. Please note, you will take considerable measures as to when to apply when it comes to open recruitment dates, usually between June and ‘September or January. We will work with you to choose a suitable university course, find suitable accommodation, and make visa applications to the responsible embassy or consulate in your country if you are not a permanent UK resident.

Submitting your application – Submitting an application for university admission into a programme or course comes with more than doing just that. Our British Council University agents and administrators are specialists in everything to do with UK education and will be working with you all the way from your personal statements to filling out all admission forms. The service is free and comes without a charge to the end-user when you use one of the institutions we collaborate with as agents or consultants. 99.99% of the applicants of International prospective students have to complete their applications online. When you work with us, we make sure all important sections of the application form have been filed and submitted with the right accompanying documents and at the right time.

Cost of living and studying in the UK

Living and Studying in the United Kingdom comes with many advantages for all students. The UK is one of the favourite destinations for global studies in the world at large. However, we will need to consider the tuition and living costs as students in any given UK university. Recently, UK fees and tuition have been a recent source of friction and controversy with an increase in the cost of studying for UK/EU students and as well as International students. Home students (UK/EU) are required to pay an annual tuition fee of £9, 250 while International students have a varying fee bracket, starting at £10,000 for an undergraduate course and rising to £38,000 0r more for some medical degrees and qualifications.

To come to the UK as a student, you will need to prove to the UK Visa and immigration services your capability to live in the UK without any recourse to public funds. Sufficient funds to cover the cost of living and studying costs are usually securitized with some ferocity by Visa officers to make a decision on your case.

In addition to your tuition costs, £1015 is the minimum amount you are expected to secure on a monthly basis and for 9 months which translates to £9130 for students not studying in the London area. Students in London are expected to have a minimal monthly expenditure of £1265 for a minimum period of 9 months amounting to a total minimum sum of £11,385. If you are going to get a tier 4 student visa, then the above sums are what you will need as evidence in your bank account. This shows you are self-reliant and comfortable with the costs of studying and living in the UK.

When we talk about the costs involved in studying and living in the UK, we consider the following;

  • Rents
  • Travel
  • Clothing
  • Food
  • Social activities
  • Books
  • NHS Surcharge (£300 Yearly)
  • Visa fees (£348)

Considerably, the UK is one of the cheapest destinations for international students when compared to the rest of the world. Undergraduate programmes in the UK last between 2-3 years whereas, in other countries, the same programmes are delivered within a 4-year period.

However, studying in countries like Greece, Germany, Holland, Sweden et al are considerably cheaper. There is one thing that makes the UK so special and that is, they have some of the best institutions and educational programs from compared to their counterparts. Again, studying for a master’s degree program in the USA will cost you two years of your time but in the UK it takes just a single year.  This is a year’s savings on tuition and costs of living estimated to be around £30,000 a year.

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