While studying in UK, can I work part-time?
While studying in UK, students are permitted to work part-time. During the duration of your course, students can work 20 hours per week. You can also work full-time which is 40 hours per week during your vacation. This part time work also enables students to attain practical exposure.
What is after study opportunities in UK?
With the new scheme, Indian students upon their completion of study in UK, can attain Post Study Work Rights for 2 years. This opens doors for career opportunities. The new scheme starts from summer of 2021, meaning eligible graduates in the summer of 2021 (Academic Year 2020-21) will be able to apply. This also includes those who have already commenced their course.
What are the popular courses in UK?
Universities in UK are preferred for their quality of education. Their state-of-the-art infrastructure and faculty are a major attraction for international students.
Most popular courses include
- Architecture Building Planning,
- Business Management
- Computer Science,
- Creative Arts,
- English Literature
- Medicine & Dentistry,
- Nursing and Health,
- Philosophy and Theology,
- Sciences & Biosciences,
- Veterinary Studies
- Graphic Design,
- Animation Design,
- Interior Design,
- Fashion Design
Can I study in UK without IELTS?
Alternatives to IELTS are there, Pre English clearance course conducted in campus, online interviews held by the university or English performance in qualifying examination. Only some universities in UK offer this provision.
What are the entry requirements to study in UK?
Entry requirements are University specific. Your counselor will help you to shortlist eligible universities which suits your profile.
Is Education in UK is free?
No it is not but. Universities in UK will offer fee concession at the time of admission depending on your academic profile. The students also gets fee reduction based on their merit and performance during the course. Besides the ones which individual departments may offer to those pursuing their further studies. Another important source of scholarships is Government and NGO’s.