United Kingdom

Embark Your International Journey with UK

UK universities are well known throughout the world for their wide range of programs offered in stimulating, demanding classroom environments that inspire students to achieve. Reputable for their academic prowess, these schools promote a lively, diverse learning atmosphere where students from different backgrounds can engage and widen their horizons. Promising job opportunities are also available in the UK, where students can combine their education with parttime jobs, internships, and skill-development opportunities. Studying in the UK is more appealing financially because of advantages like shorter degree lengths, a wealth of scholarships, and a good standard of living at affordable prices. The UK is a great place to pursue academic goals because of its esteemed degrees and friendly ties between industry and academia. Through internships, work placements, and industry engagements, students not only obtain academic qualifications but also earn practical experience that gives them a competitive edge in the job market. Additionally, graduates can stay in the UK for an additional two years after graduation because to the new Graduate Route, which provides more options for career progression. A CV, passport, evidence of health insurance, academic transcripts, an experience letter (if relevant), and proof of English language fluency are typically needed for admission.

Student Visa Requirement by the UK Visa and Immigration (UKVI)

Aspiring students must fulfill a set of following visa requirements.

  • A current passport
  • Qualifications stated on your CAS
  • English language evidence
  • Translations (If any document is not in English)
  • Proof of finances
  • Letter of consent from a government sponsor
  • Evidence of your relationship with your parent or guardian
  • Letter from parent/ guardian
  • Verification of parental or other legal guardian consent if you’re under 18
  • Your tuberculosis test results
  • ATAS Certificate (Academic Technology Approval Scheme certificate)

What can You Study

Begin an enjoyable academic journey with our varied choice of educational opportunities provided by iae GLOBAL, including bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral programs that are precisely crafted to match your educational goals. Nursing, agriculture, and internet technology are all in high demand in the UK, providing exciting opportunities for ambitious individuals looking to excel in these thriving areas. Whether you’re enthusiastic about helping others in the healthcare field, researching sustainable agriculture practices, or exploring the digital realm of technology, our programs provide the right platform for you to thrive and make a meaningful contribution in these thriving areas

When Can You Start

In UK, certain educational institutions provide three choices for enrollment:

  • Autumn: Beginning either in August or September
  • Spring: Starting in January, serving as an alternative for those who miss the autumn intake in September
  • Summer: Available for particular programs and colleges, typically commencing around May.

Cost of Living

When planning your stay in the UK, it’s critical to consider the cost of living in order to manage your spending wisely. Aside from housing and tuition, it is critical to budget for daily requirements, social events, and unforeseen expenses. Common expenses to consider are utility bills such as electricity, gas, and water, which range from £40 to £50 each month. Monthly grocery and housekeeping budgets typically range from £160 to £200. Don’t forget about the TV licence, which is required for TV ownership or viewing BBC online and costs £12.56 per month (£150.50 per year). Mobile phone costs vary but typically range from £15 to £50 monthly. Setting aside approximately £25 for clothing and shoes is sensible. Expect to spend between £10 and £20 on leisure and sporting activities. Allocating £21 for books and stationery prepares you for academic endeavors. Socializing may cost around £120 per month, while travel and transportation expenses, depending on a student bus pass, are approximately £32 per month. Childcare, if necessary, can cost up to £656 per month. Accounting for these expenses in your budget allows you to better manage the cost of living in the UK and enjoy your time without financial worry.

Skilled Programs

Introducing the Professional Diploma in Adult Social Care, a specialist curriculum that provides a pathway to UK immigration via the skilled worker visa route. The course lasts 9 months and consists of 3 months of study, 3 months of placement, and 3 months of exams. Participants are promised a job offer, ensuring their eligibility for the skilled worker visa, and a complete refund if the job placement is unsuccessful. Interestingly, graduates with a UK Master’s degree can attend, as there are no progression limitations in healthcare topics. The program fee is £14,995 per year. Individuals who do not have a degree from the United Kingdom or another recognized Englishspeaking country may be required to take the Secure English Language Test. For more information, please see the accompanying document or contact our UK office to organize training sessions.

Our Partner Institutes in United Kingdom