Why Study in UK

UK education has a reputation for excellence and most international students highly rate the quality of teaching they receive.

Teaching And Learning Style

UK education has a reputation for excellence and most international students highly rate the quality of teaching they receive. You can expect to be taught in many different ways. Most students attend lectures and seminars and they sometimes have tutorials and workshops, too.

The teaching system is usually more in the form of practice, where students are expected to actively communicate in English since they first started the course, involved in games, problem solving and discussion to practice English language skills.

During a UK course, you are likely to be given great freedom to explore your own ideas and to be creative. You may be expected to be an active member of the teaching and learning process, where you will do your own research or work in groups with other students for some projects. UK universities encourage the development of critical and analytical thinking in every subject, which can be a little daunting for some international students at first. However, this develops a deeper understanding of the subject at hand and the communication skills needed.

UK education is very interactive, too. Tutors will encourage you to share ideas and may organize activities, such as debates, discussions and quizzes. The idea is that by having fun and getting involved, you will learn more successfully. This way of learning might feel daunting at first, but students should receive lots of support from their tutors and with a little time should soon feel at ease.

Study Overseas in the UK

Although colonial days are far gone, the UK is still a major political and economic force in the world, with membership in the G8 and the fifth largest economy.

The UK higher education is among the best in the world – 38 per cent of Nobel Laureates who studied abroad did so in the UK.

In the Times Higher Education World Rankings, UK universities have 3 in the top 10 and 7 in the top 50. 

The UK teaching system is designed to encourage you to ask questions, debate and come up with your own ideas.

UK is one of the most popular study destinations among Singaporean students. There are about 2500 Singaporean students join UK universities every year.


Not every country in the world has a solid healthcare system. In fact, very few have a National Health Service (NHS) like the UK. Legal residents in the UK have access to free healthcare. International students can access the NHS upon payment of the International Health Surcharge (IHS).

Medical Facilities. Also, International students living in the UK are entitled to free medical treatment by the National Health Service if enrolled in a full-time course. Not only the student but the spouse or the dependents are also eligible to free medical facilities till the time they are pursuing the course.

Fast Course Completion

Courses in the UK education system are shorter and more intensive than many other countries.

An undergraduate course takes just three years and a postgraduate program takes only a year to complete.

This means you will graduate sooner without compromising quality. Shorter course terms enable you to fast track your professional career, and of course it will also save you money in tuition fees and living costs.

This results in less money being spent on tuition fee and living expenses. The post-graduate degree is generally of only a year.

International students can take 9 months to get their University Foundation or 18 months to study A level, three years to get a Bachelor’s degree, an additional year for a Masters degree, and three to five years for a Ph.D.

Excellent Education Quality

The UK has some of the most reputed universities to name a few Cambridge University, Oxford, University College London, Imperial College London are among the top universities in the world. The UK has a long and proud tradition of education, with some of its universities having roots in the 12th and 13th centuries. The UK also offers a diverse and flexible range of courses in globally ranked institutions.

Degrees achieved here are recognized worldwide by organizations, government, and educational institutes. Higher education institutions in the UK are running based on policies and guidelines imposed by the Department of Quality Assurance for Higher Education (QAA – Qaulity Assurance Agency). Universities are monitored closely to ensure that they uphold the highest standards of teaching, learning and research. It is no surprise that out of the global top 10 of QS World University Rankings 2018, four UK universities are featured. Further down the top 10, 24 UK universities have incredibly ranked in the top 200.

In the Times Higher Education World Rankings, UK universities have 3 in the top 10 and 7 in the top 50.

Positive Learning Environment

One reason is that the United Kingdom is the right choice because in the United Kingdom (United Kingdom) there is a conducive learning environment.

The learning process in the UK gives you the skills and skills that will be needed in living in a society, because the teaching environment stimulates students to think effectively, creatively and independently.

Students enjoy a positive learning environment where they are encouraged to actively participate in class discussions, where the whole results in useful knowledge and ability to solve problems that are certainly for future success.

The UK teaching system is designed to encourage you to ask questions, debate and come up with your own ideas.

Travel to Europe to Explore Unique Culture

The UK is is an ideal base from which to explore the history and culture of Europe. Low-cost airlines operate from UK airports, and international students from many countries are able to apply for an EU Schengen visa to allow short trips across 24 countries in Europe.

International students thrive when they study in England. England is a country famous throughout the world in many ways: a magnificent land full of historic castles, breakthrough literary works, music and political movements, long-standing royal traditions.



Education System in UK


From age 11 to 16, high school students will get to the key stage three (3) and four (4) to start taking GCSE. Primary and secondary educations are compulsory in the UK; after age 16, a higher education is optional for students. Students usually take about ten (10) subjects that are assessed (depending on the subjects taken) through a combination of written assignments and tests.Fusce in sapien sit amet lectus iaculis porttitor ac at magna. Proin at lectus tincidunt ante dapibus rhoncus. Maecenas eget ornare ipsum. Sed quis consequat lorem.


‘A’ Level is usually followed by students aged 16 years or after they gained GCSE O’LEVELs. Students typically take two (2) to five (5) subjects ‘A’ Level which is a requirement for university admission.

Each subject is assessed through written examinations, assignments or both.

Undergraduate Degree

In England, Northern Ireland and Wales, the Undergraduate program is generally completed within 3 years.

In the UK know the term “sandwich program” where students complete a 2-year study at the University, then in the third year they do research or work internships outside of school, then in the fourth year they return to the University to complete their Bachelor’s Degree.

While in Scotland the Bachelor program generally lasts longer, ie for 4 years. And for professional programs such as medicine, it lasts about 5 to 6 years.

University fees range from GBP 12,000 to GBP 20,000 per year, for medicine, tuition costs range from GBP 15,000 to GBP 40,000 per yea


There are two kids of master’s programs: classroom-taught and research program. Fees for the Master Program range from GBP 12,000 to GBP 20,000 per year.

Classroom-Taught Program

It is a more detailed academic program to provide insight into knowledge in the field of study previously selected in the Bachelor. Some programs also function as a ‘conversion course’ that will introduce you to the new field of study that you have taken, if the field of study is different from your previous field of study.

Taught course is divided into 2, namely the Master Program which usually lasts 1 year, consisting of classroom learning, seminars and dissertations; and the Diploma Program lasting 9 months consists of the same teaching elements as the Master Program but without a dissertation

Reasearch Program

For Research Programs, the duration of study is taken on average in 2 years. This is a program where 70% of learning is research outside campus such as in the lab, field or company; and 30% of other students were asked to form a hypothesis from the research conducted. The research program provides opportunities for conducting research in specific fields of interest.

Cost of Studying in the UK

Tuition fees

For undergraduate students, the tuition fees ranges between £10,000 and £18,000 (indicative) a year, depending on the course and the institution. For all postgraduate courses, tuition fees vary by course provider.

Arts (including Business, Accounting & Law) £ 9,000 – £ 15,000

Science (including Engineering, and preclinical in Medicine) £ 10,000 – £ 25,000

Year clinics in Medicine, Dentistry and Veterinary Medicine (the first two years are the same as Science) £ 15,750 – £ 30,000

English Language School £ 175 / week



Cost of Living

To live in a big city like London costs around GBP 1,020 per month, while for other cities it costs around GBP 820 per month.

The fees mentioned above include accommodation, consumption, transportation, telecommunications and other daily necessities.

Of course, these costs will vary according to each individual’s lifestyle


Here are the details:
Average tuition fees: £ 13,000 – £ 20,000 / year
** Average cost of living outside London: £ 12,000 / year
** Average cost of living in London: £ 15,000 / year
Live & eat £ 5,000 – 8,000
Pocket allowance of £ 2,500 – 3,000
Books £ 500 – 1,000

Average Price of Commodities in the UK

Big mac: £ 3
Can of beer: £ 1.5
Can of coke: £ 1.2
Bottle of water 1.5l: £ 1.1
Cinema ticket: £ 10
Second hand car: £ 3,000- £ 6,000
Student accommodation: £ 5,000 – £ 8,000 / year


There are many good choice of accommodation for international students in the UK which can be arranged after you are accepted in schools or universities in the UK.

University Residence

Usually schools and universities provide accommodation for their students. Facilities include a bed, a storage closet for clothes, a desk and study lamp, chairs, heaters, and bookshelves. Some are also equipped with a bathroom in the room and 24-hour internet access. This accommodation costs an average of GBP 150 – GBP 300 per week.

Rent Apartment or House

A popular choice for more than two (2) students who want to share the cost of accommodation is renting an apartment (flat) or a home with a minimum contract for one (1) year.

The cost of renting an apartment or a house is about GBP 200 – GBP 400 per week. Of course, the cost of rent depends on the size of the apartment or house and its location. You also likely have to pay the cost of electricity, heating and telephone charges.

Student Visa Requirements in the UK

The visa you need will depend on your age and the type of study you want to do. An overview of study visa types and application requirements is included below, but for more information you should visit the Gov.UK website

To be eligible for a Tier 4 student visa, you must:

  • Have an unconditional offer of a place on a course with a licensed Tier 4 sponsor
  • Be able to speak, read, write and understand English
  • Have enough money to support yourself and pay for your course.

Applying for your visa online

You must apply for your student visa application online using the British Government’s official Gov.UK website (unless you are applying from North Korea, in which case you can use a hardcopy form).

You can apply up to three months before your intended date of travel to the UK. Your application date is the date when your application fee is paid.

When applying for your Tier 4 visa, you will generally need:

  • A current passport or other valid travel documentation
  • Evidence of funds to provide your living expenses for the duration of your course
  • Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) reference number and documents used to obtain CAS
  • Passport-sized colour photograph
  • Tuberculosis screening (if required)
  • Assessment documentation
  • Academic Technology Approval Scheme (ATAS) clearance certificate (if required)


Additional documents may also be needed if you are:

  • Not a citizen of the country you are applying from
  • Under 18 years of age
  • Have family (dependents)




To register for Tier 4 student visas, students must have savings for a number of living expenses for one academic year (9 months) and tuition fees for one academic year that have not been paid. The minimum standard of living outside London is £ 1015 per month. Meanwhile, in London for £ 1265 per month.
Tier 4 (General) Student visa is for the student coming to the United Kingdom for their higher education & this category falls under the POINT BASED SYSTEM. Students need to obtain 30 points for CAS & 10 points for Funds Maintenance to obtain a study visa.

In addition to the application for Student Visa, students must undergo a TB Screening medical test to detect tuberculosis by taking chest X-Ray. And also there is Credibility Check Interview at the time of applying for the visa. UK also requires health insurance (National Health Service) of GBP 150 per year.


After getting the Full Acceptance Letter from the institution, students can apply for student visas which can only be administered by a competent education consultant. After completing the required visa documents, visa applicants are required to be fingerprinted and photographed directly at the British embassy representative offices (VFS).

Once students get visas to come to the UK for more than six (6) months, they will receive an entry clearance in the form of vignette / sticker in their passport that is valid for 30 days from the date of departure. Furthermore, students will get a Biometric Residence Permit (BRP) on arrival in the UK. BRP indicates that a student has the right to live, work, or study in the UK.

List Favorite Institution in UK

List of Institutions

Anglia Ruskin University
Bath Spa University
Cambridge Education Group CEG UK
Cardiff Metropolitan University
Coventry University
Cranfield University
De Montfort University
INTO City, University of London
INTO Glasgow Caledonian University
INTO Manchester – Manchester Metropolitan University
INTO Manchester – The University of Manchester
INTO Newcastle University
INTO Newcastle University London
INTO Queens University of Belfast
INTO University of East Anglia
INTO University of Exeter
INTO University of Gloucestershire
INTO University of Stirling
Kaplan Glasgow International College
Kaplan International College London Limited KIC London
Kaplan Liverpool International College
Kaplan Nottingham Trent International College
Kaplan The University of Nottingham International College
Kaplan University of Birmingham
Kaplan University of Bournemouth International College
Kaplan University of Brighton’s International College
Kaplan University of the West of England, Bristol’s International College
Kaplan University of York International Pathway College
Navitas Birmingham City International College of Birmingham City Uni
Navitas Cambridge Ruskin International College of Anglia Ruskin University
Navitas College at Robert Gordon University of Robert Gordon University
Navitas Edinburgh International College of Edinburgh Napier University
Navitas Hertfordshire International College University of Hertfordshire
Navitas International College Portsmouth Ltd the University of Portsmouth
Navitas International College Wales Swansea of Swansea University
Navitas London Brunel International College of Brunel University
Navitas Plymouth University International College of the University of Plymouth
Navitas University of Northampton Intl College of University of North Hampton
Northumbria University
Oxford International Group
Queen’s University Belfast
Shorelight-Bath Spa University
University of Bedfordshire
University of Central Lancashire
University of Derby
University of Essex
University of Exeter
University of Greenwich
University of Hertfordshire
University of Huddersfield
University of Plymouth
University of Portsmouth
University of Westminster

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