Major Intake
January/ September
About UK

The UK (United Kingdom) which is the leading profile among continental countries includes the island of Great Britain, and many smaller islands within the British Isles. Otherwise, it is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, with the North Sea to the east, the English Channel to the south, and the Celtic Sea to the south-west which collectively contribute UK to be the world’s 12th longest coastline in the world. London is both the capital and largest city in UK which pioneered innovation in technology, industry, and education long before with the world leading universities like Oxford and Cambridge.

Why UK?

The cultural diversity, top-notch education system, and universally recognized degrees have made UK an epitome of academic success among its rivals. This must be the reason; more than 5,000 international students get enrolled in English universities/institutions every year. Furthermore, International students are exposed to varieties of scholarship programs in UK, and thus it grabs the second position when it comes to scholarship provision schemes in the world. Some of the common Scholarships in the UK are:
1. Governmental Scholarships
2. Commonwealth Scholarships
3. UK University Scholarships
4. Gates Cambridge Scholarships
5. Rhodes House Scholarships
6. Fulbright Foreign

International Students

International students are allowed to work 20 hours per week during the study session; there is no limitation for holidays or semester breaks. In most cases for post-graduates, the hour restriction may not apply under certain circumstances. After the completion of intended courses international students can be benefitted through PSW (Post Study Work) visa for three years.

Facts and Figure

Capital City- London
Area-242,495 Km²
Population-67,886,004 (2020 estimate)
Official language- English
Currency-Pound Sterling
Government- Unitary Parliamentary Constitutional Monarchy
Driving Side-Left
Calling Code-+44
Monarch-Elizabeth II
Prime Minister- Boris Johnson