Did You Know?
From the world-class reputation of UK universities to the vibrance of its cities and culture, England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have a lot to offer international students.
The UK has a worldwide reputation for academic excellence. It is also a fantastic place to live with a rich history and vibrant culture. The UK is a popular destination for international students, respected for world-class standards of four of the top six universities in the in the UK.
UK qualifications are recognized by employers, universities and governments all over the world, and there are plenty of opportunities for further study and career progression once you have completed your course. The courses encourage independence, creativity and self- reliance: qualities that employers from around the world look for in potential hires.
For international students, studying in the UK offers you the chance to master the English language.
About United Kingdom
The U.K., made up of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, is an island nation in northwestern Europe. England – birthplace of Shakespeare and The Beatles – is home to the capital, London, a globally influential centre of finance and culture. England is also site of neolithic Stonehenge, Bath’s Roman spa and centuries-old universities at Oxford and Cambridge
For Admission in Bachelor
HSSC; I.COM, ICS, FSc. F.A, O-A- Level, IB, DAE or any 12-13 year’s qualification with at least 60% Grades.
For Admission in Masters Program
BSc, BBA, BEng Hons or 16 years Qualification with 2 years bachelors and 2 years master is also accepted
IELTS Score required
- IELTS Band required overall 6.0 with no module less than 5.5 for Admission in Bachelor.
- IELTS 6.5 required, For Pathway 5.5 IELTS also acceptable for Admission in Masters Program.
Visa Processing Time
- Visa processing time and offer letter time total:
- 1 to 2 weeks
- 2 to 4 weeks
The following documents are required for admissions
- Update Resume
- Statement of purpose
- Academic documents
- Experienced letter (If Any)
- Passport Copy
- Reference letters from two different subject teachers of last insitute
- CNIC Copy
- IELTS Certificate
FOR FINANCIAL ASSESSMENT
- Twenty Eight Days bank statement ( must be 28 lacs )
- Family registration certificate
- Evidence of financial support
- Personal details form and information
- All academic documents (Original / Notary tested copy)
- All financial documents (Original / Notary tested copy)
How to Apply
All the students are required to have a student visa throughout the entire time that they are enrolled full-time in an authorized educational program in the country. The student visa allows an international student to live, study and work in that specific country as long as they are enrolled full-time in an approved educational program in the country.
- Bellerbys College (Oxford, Cambridge, London Brighton)
- Coventry University (London, England)
- Keele University (Newcastle Upon Tyle, England)
- Kingston University (Kingston Upon Thames, England)
- Lancaster University (Lancaster, England)
- Leeds International Study Centre (Leeds, Yorkshire County, England)
- Leeds Beckett University (Leeds, Yorkshire County, England)
- Royal Halloway, University of London (London, England)
- University of Huddersfield (Huddersfield town, England)
- University of Leeds (Leeds, Yorkshire County, England)
- University of Leicester (Leicester, England)
- University of Lincoln (Lincoln, England)
- Liverpool John Moores University (Liverpool, England)
- The University of Law (Guildford, Leeds, England)
- The University of Sheffield (Sheffield, England)
- University of Surrey (Guildford, Leeds, England)
- University of Sussex (Brighton, England)
Sessions in Year
In the United Kindom (England) three Sessions in a Year:
- January Apply by September
- May Apply by January
- September Apply by December/January
Work while you Study?
Studying in the UK is cheaper than studying in America. The UK government allows students to work outside the campus and even allow their spouses to work. Students are allowed to work 20 hours per week during term time and full time during the university holidays. Working can be a great way to relieve financial pressure and gain invaluable work experience!