Why Study In United Kingdom?

Students get the opportunity to develop the skills, knowledge, critical thinking, and connections to drive forward their careers. High quality postgraduate study opportunities are also available at the majority of UK universities, with some universities offering sponsorship to extend Tier 4 visas. There are more than 395 universities and colleges, offering over 50,000 undergraduate-level higher education courses across the UK. One of the world’s leading destinations for international students, second only to the USA. UK universities are among the best in the world, and consistently perform well in world rankings.

They also have a reputation for world-class research. UK higher education degrees and qualifications are recognized by employers and academics worldwide. The United Kingdom (UK) is made up of England, Scotland, Northern Ireland, and Wales. Each country has distinct regions, each offering large cosmopolitan cities, towns, and countryside villages.

Big Cities

London, Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow, Newcastle, Sheffield, Liverpool, Leeds

Climate

The UK has a temperate climate. In general, this means that Britain gets cool, wet winters and warm, wet summers. It rarely features the extremes of heat or cold, drought or wind that are common in other climates. The weather conditions are also very changeable.

Not all parts of the UK have the same climate. London, in the south-east of the UK, is a region characterized by a warm and dry climate in the summer and a cold and dry climate in the winter.

Cumbria, in the mountainous north-west of England, has generally cooler temperatures and more rainfall throughout the year.

Additional Information

The United Kingdom is located in northwestern Europe and it comprises an area of 242,900. There’s an important thing you need to know about UK at the beginning. Technically, the full name of the country is The United Kingdom of Britain and Northern Ireland, but it’s commonly referred to as the United Kingdom. Its population exceeds 63 million, with London, its capital, counting for over 8 million of them. Other big UK cities include Manchester, Birmingham, Leeds, Glasgow, Portsmouth, Liverpool, Newcastle, Nottingham, Sheffield, Bristol, Belfast, Leicester, etc. The official spoken language is English and their currency is the sterling pound. The United Kingdom is one of the greatest countries in the world, playing a major and a central role in global politics and economy.

As for every other country, the most breathtaking thing you’ll learn about the UK is the British culture. Having such a long history and containing a diverse community, you will meet an exceptional culture. Britons boast on a large number of one-of-a-kind and historical places which attract tourists from all over the world.

Institutes
  • University of Cambridge
  • University of Oxford
  • UCL(University College London)
  • Imperial College London
  • Kings College London(KCL)
  • University of Edinburgh
  • University of Manchester
  • University of Bristol
  • London SchoolOf Economics
  • University of Warwick And Political Science
  • Durham University
  • UniversityOf Glasgow
  • University Of St.Andrews
  • University Of Nottingham
  • University of Birmingham
  • University of Sheffield
  • University of Southampton
  • University of Leeds
  • University of York
  • Queen Mary
  • University Of London (QMUL)
Benefits

One of the world’s most famous cities, London is also England’s most populous metropolis, as well as its capital and home to the British royal family. A cosmopolitan and generally friendly and safe place, the city also suffers from pollution and the weather tends to be overcast and damp.

The main benefits of living in London include access to a great public transport system, job opportunities, exceptional cultural, and musical entertainment. Lots of companies are London-based so there are plenty of job opportunities, if you have the qualifications. As well as being cosmopolitan and welcoming, overall London is also generally a friendly and polite city. Living in London means being able to access the UK’s free health system. London has the largest emergency ambulance system in the world, which should reassure you.

Multiple types of Dependent Visa

This section explains how people from overseas can come to or remain in the United Kingdom as the partners, children and/or elderly dependent relatives of people who are already in the United Kingdom or are coming here in a different category.

What you can do if you have come to the United Kingdom as a partner.

Partners

Coming to or staying in the United Kingdom as the husband, wife, civil partner, fiancé (e), proposed civil partner or unmarried/same-sex partner of a person settled here or a migrant worker/student – plus your responsibility to tell us if the relationship ends.

Children

Bringing your children, including adopted children, to the United Kingdom if you are a British citizen or you have temporary or permanent permission to live here.

Elderly dependent

Coming to or staying in the United Kingdom as the parent, grandparent or other elderly dependent of a person settled here.

Marriage and civil partnership

Getting married or registering a civil partnership in the United Kingdom, whether you are coming for a short visit or planning to stay here.

Forced marriage

Support and advice for people who have been or are at risk of being forced into marriage.

Visitor Visa

If you are coming to the UK as a visitor, you are allowed to stay for up to 6 months in most cases.

This section explains the different types of visitor and what you are allowed to do as a visitor.

If you intend to stay here for longer than 6 months, you need to look at the Working, Studying or Partners and families sections of this website.

To be allowed to enter or pass through the UK, you must meet certain requirements.

You can visit UK under these categories

  • TOURIST VISITOR VISA
  • FAMILY VISITOR VISA
  • BUSINESS VISITOR VISA
  • MARRIAGE VISITOR VISA
  • MEDICAL VISITOR VISA
  • CHILD VISITOR VISA
  • STUDENT VISITOR VISA
  • ACADEMIC VISITOR VISA
  • SPORTS VISITOR VISA
  • PROSPECTIVE STUDENT VISA
  • PARENT OF A CHILD AT SCHOOL VISA
  • ENTERTAINER VISITOR VISA
  • CLINICAL ATTACHMENT VISA & DENTAL OBSERVER POST VISA
  • MEDICAL GRADUATES SEEKING TO TAKE THE PLAB TEST VISA
Business Visa

The United Kingdom has a thriving business culture and the UK recognizes that individual business people may want to come to the UK for short periods. This may be to negotiate the terms of a contract with businesses in the UK, carry out market research or attend conferences. This category of visa also applies to people engaging in short term sports or entertainers. From 27 the November 2008, several different categories were included in the Business Visitors visa scheme, including Clinical Attachment visa & Dental Observer Post visa, Medical graduates seeking to take the PLAB test visa, Sports Visitors visa, Entertainer Visitors etc.

The Business visa requirements are only applicable to Non-visa Nationals (except for academic visitors who are non-visa nationals and are visiting for more than six (6) months).

Citizen and PR Dependent ( Settlement) Visa

After you have lived legally in the UK for a certain length of time (usually between two and five years), You may be able to apply for permission to settle here. This is known as ‘indefinite leave to remain’.

Your right to apply for settlement will depend on your current immigration category. You can apply under different category like Working in the UK (you should be in UK), Partners and family members or Asylum)

Most applicants will need to show that they have knowledge of language and life in the UK.

The only migrants who are applying for settled status from outside the UK are certain partners and family members of British citizens and settled persons.