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 Key Admissions Facts

Intakes :  Sept ( Major intake)   and January ( for some Programs ). Please contact us for more information .

Fee Range :  PG (£11,500 ), UG (£12,500 per annum)- Fee is taken approximately. For exact fee information please contact us.

Academic Requirements :

PG- Minimum 55%-65% in Bachelor degree

UG - Minimum 55%-60% in 12th  year ( standard)  of School Education

IELTS requirement :

PG ( for most programs 6.0 , some programs 6.5 ) with no band less than 5.5

UG ( For most programs 6.0 , some programs 6.5) with no band less than 5.5

Pre-sessional English - is available ( two separate CAS will be provided for pre-sessional and main program )

Minimum Deposit to get CAS : £50%but with high-risk countries more initial payment can be asked.  

Application process time :  3-5 week for high-risk country students , 2-3 week for the low-risk country student.For UG program student can make a direct application .

Scholarships Availability : regional and merit scholarship are available .Please contact us for more information .

Popular Programs : Art & Design, Accounting, Economics & Finance, Business, Management & Marketing, Biomedical & Healthcare Sciences, Computer Science & Information Systems, Creative Writing, Drama, Education & Early Childhood Studies, English, Environmental Health, Food Science & Nutrition, Health & Social Sciences, Media, Podiatry, Psychology, Sport, Tourism, Hospitality & Events Management

University Link : Cardiff Metropolitan University

NB : This information is just a rough guideline about most of the university programs and doesn't represent the exact information, application process time, IELTS requirements for any specific program . For exact information please contact us . .


Located in a vibrant European capital city, Cardiff Metropolitan University is a thriving and modern university. Integral to the city of Cardiff for more than 150 years, we continue to invest in our students’ future with a focus on student employability and enhancing the student experience; providing education and training opportunities of the highest quality to students from over 140 countries worldwide.

History
On 1 November 2011, the university officially became Cardiff Metropolitan University.In 1996, the university gained university status and became known as the University ofWales Institute, Cardiff (UWIC). Prior to this the university was known as Cardiff Institute of Higher Education. In 1992 it gained independence from the local county council.The history of the university can be traced back as far as 1865 with the opening of the School of Art in Cardiff city centre.The School of Art merged with Cardiff Training College, Cardiff College of Food Technology & Commerce and Llandaff Technical College in 1976 as the South Glamorgan Institute for Higher Education. This institution occupied the same sites and offered similar vocational subject areas as Cardiff Metropolitan University does today.The university celebrated its 150 year anniversary in 2015.

Location and Transport
Cardiff Metropolitan University operates from two teaching campuses in Cardiff (Llandaff and Cyncoed) with one additional halls of residence campus at the Plas Gwyn Campus.


All conveniently located in the city of Cardiff, with excellent road links via the M4. Rail links and public transport provide access to shopping, nightlife and leisure activities.
Students have access to a dedicated bus service between all campuses and the city centre through the university’s Rider bus service.

Why study here ?
The University is organized into five academic schools over three campuses, situated in and around the city of Cardiff: Cardiff School of Art & Design; Cardiff School of Education; Cardiff School of Health Sciences; Cardiff School of Management and Cardiff School of Sport.
The Higher Education Academy's Postgraduate Research Students Survey ranked Cardiff Metropolitan among the top 10 UK universities in all of its five key areas of measurement
Applying for a place at University isn't just about choosing an appropriate course. Choosing a destination with the right environment and surroundings will help you make the most of your studies. Our students are fortunate to be situated in the heart of one of Europe's most exciting and multicultural destinations.
Our degrees are recognised and respected around the world
Cardiff Metropolitan graduates are highly sought after by employers, with 95% of our graduates employed or in further study within 6 months of graduation
Support and advice on career choices open to all students at all stages of their degree programme

Student Mix
The 13,670 students enrolled in the academic year 2014/15 comprise:
13,670 students
65% undergraduate, 35% postgraduate taught
88% full-time, 12% part-time
65% UK, 3% EU, 32% Othe

 

Key Admissions Facts

Intakes :  Sept ( Major intake)   and January ( for some Programs ) please contact us for more information .

Fee Range :  PG ( £12500 to £13500) , UG ( £11500 to £13000 per annum) - Fee is taken approximately . For exact fee information please  contact us .

Academic Requirements :

PG- Minimum 60% in Bachelor degree

UG - Minimum 70% in 12th  year ( standard)  of School Education

IELTS Requirements :

PG ( for most programs 6.5 , some programs 7.0 ) with no band less than 5.5

UG ( for most programs 6.5 , some programs 6.0) with no band less than 5.5

Pre-sessional English - is available ( two separate CAS will be provided for pre-sessional and the main program )

Minimum Deposit to get CAS : £3000 but with high-risk countries more initial payment can be asked.  

Application processing time :  2-3 week for high-risk country students , 1-2 week for the low-risk country student. Credibility interview is a must requirement to pass for  CAS. To book a free 15 minute credibility interview assessment please contact us.

Scholarships Availability : regional and merit scholarships are available . Please contact us for more information .

Popular Programs :  Engineering , Business and Management , Computer Science , Pharmaceutical Science, Health and Social Care , Art and Design , Architect,  Education .

University link : Kingston University

NB : This information is just a rough guideline about most of the university programs and doesn't represent the exact information, application process time, IELTS requirements for any specific program . For exact information please contact us .


History

1970 the College of Technology and the College of Art merge to form Kingston Polytechnic. In 1992 Kingston Polytechnic became Kingston University.

Location and Transport

Kingston is a historic town based at bank of thames river and  packed with shops, bars and clubs. Easy access to beautiful countryside, Richmond Park and Hampton Court; and a rich history dating back to Anglo-Saxon times. Free inter-site bus service. Central London is 25 minutes away by train.

Kingston Universities has 4  campuses

Penrhyn Road - It is main campus and student can study Arts and Social Sciences, Civil Engineering, Surveying and Planning, Computing and Information Systems and Mathematics, Earth Sciences and Geography, Statistics, Biosciences, Pharmacy, Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Science, and Radiography.

Kingston Hill-  It is a beautiful campus located at the top of Kingston Hill . It is home of  Nursing, Law, Education, Business, Music, Health and Social Sciences students.

Knights Park - This campus, located on Grange Road, close to Penrhyn Road, is the home of the University's Faculty of Art, Design & Architecture, and provides undergraduate courses in Architecture, Art & Design History, Interior Design, Product & Furniture, Graphic Design, Filmmaking, Photography, Illustration & Animation, Fine Art and Fashion amongst others.

Roehampton Vale - Students studying all Engineering courses (except for Civil Engineering) are based here.

Why study here?

One of the top two universities in the UK for graduate start-ups.

Career-focussed courses.

University does involve a fair amount of studying, but it's also time to have fun, try something new and make friends for life.

Kingston University offers a great range of sports and recreational activities for fun and for competition.

Attractive riverside location on the River Thames.

Diverse and multicultural student and staff body.

Modern resources and facilities.

Student Mix

The 21,915 students enrolled in the last academic year ;
Undergraduate 77%,  Postgraduate 23%
Full Time 81%.  Part Time 19%
UK 81%,  EU 6%, International student 13% 

 

Key Admissions Facts

Intakes :  Sept ( Major intake)   and January ( for some Programs ).  Please contact us for more information .

Fee Range :  PG ( £11000 to £13500) , UG ( £10000 to £12000 per annum) - Fee is taken approximately . For exact fee information please  contact us .

Academic Requirements :

PG- Minimum 55% in Bachelor degree

UG - Minimum 60% in 12th  year ( standard)  of School Education

IELTS requirement :

PG ( for most programs 6.0 , some programs 6.5 ) with no band less than 5.5

UG ( Fro most programs 6.0 , some programs 6.5) with no band less than 5.5

Pre-sessional English - is available ( two separate CAS will be provided for pre-sessional and main program )

Minimum Deposit to get CAS : £3000 but with high-risk countries more initial payment can be asked.  

Application process time :  2-3 week for high-risk country students , 1-2 week for the low-risk country student. For UG program student can make a direct application  .

Scholarships Availability : regional and merit scholarship are available . Please contact us for more information .

Popular Programs :  Engineering , Business and Management , Computer Science , Health and Social Care , Art and Design , Education .

NB : This information is just a rough guideline about most of the university programs and doesn't represent the exact information, application process time, IELTS requirements for any specific program . For exact information please contact us .


History

Middlesex University's origins go back to 1878, when St Katherine’s College first opened its doors. Seven additional colleges and training institutions across north London followed, coming together to form Middlesex Polytechnic in 1973. In 1992, Middlesex was awarded the title of the university by Royal Assent. In 2005, the university opened its first overseas campus in Dubai, followed by two more campuses located in Malta and Mauritius.

Location and Transport

Middlesex London campus is located in the leafy north London area of Hendon, less than half an hour up the Northern Line from central London’s Leicester Square, 33 minutes by car and a 46-minute cycle ride away.

Why Study Here?

More than 3500 international students from over 140 countries .

Based in London, Middlesex has proved its excellence as a provider of quality higher education with outstanding academic credentials.

Flexible entry criteria to study second and third year of the program .

Plenty of part-time jobs near to university campus .

One of the best modern university for the research .

Student Mix

The 17,480 students enrolled in the academic year 2014/15 comprise:

Undergraduate 78%, Postgraduate 22%

Full Time 80%, Part Time 20%

UK 75%, EU 9%, International - 16%

 

Key Admissions Facts

Intakes :  Sept ( Major intake)   and January ( for some Programs ) please contact us for more information .

Fee Range :   Fee is taken approximately . For exact fee information please contact us .

 Academic Requirements :

PG- Minimum 55%-65% in Bachelor degree

UG – Minimum60%- 70% in 12th  year ( standard)  of School Education

IELTS Requirements :

PG  for most program 6.0, some program 5.5 with no band less than 5.0

UG ( for most programs 6.0, some programs 5.5) with no band less than 5.0

Pre-sessional English - is available ( two separate CAS will be provided for pre-sessional and the main program )

Minimum Deposit to get CAS: £50% but with high-risk countries more initial payment can be asked.  

Application processing time:  2-3 week for high-risk country students, 1-2 week for the low-risk country student. For UG program student can make a direct application Credibility interview may be required to pass for an unconditional offer and CAS. To book a free 15-minute credibility interview assessment please contact us.

Scholarships Availability: regional and merit scholarship are available. Please contact us for more information.

University Link: University of West London

NB : This information is just a rough guideline about most of the university programs and doesn't represent the exact information, application process time, IELTS requirements for any specific program . For exact information please contact us


The University of West London draws on a heritage of 150 years in teaching and professional education. The university is also a leading institution in the UK for employability with 96% of graduates in employment within six months of graduating. The University of West London has eight Schools, which offer courses in a wide range of specialist areas. Course content is designed to meet students’ needs, balancing both academic knowledge and the practical skills valued by employers.

History
The university has roots back to 1860, when the Lady Byron School was founded, which later became Ealing College of Higher Education. In 1990, Ealing College of Higher Education, Thames Valley College of Higher Education, Queen Charlotte's College of Health Care Studies and the London Collage of Music merged to form the Polytechnic of West London. In 1992, the Polytechnic of West London became a university and adopted the name Thames Valley University. In 2004, Thames Valley merged with Reading College and School of Arts and Design. A former campus in Slough was closed in 2010.In August 2010, the university announced that it had been granted permission to change its name to the University of West London, to reflect a focusing of operations onto its Ealing and Brentford campuses. The new name was formally adopted on Wednesday 6 April 2011.

Location and Transportation


The university is located on two main west London campuses in Ealing and Brentford at the heart of one of the UK’s most successful business regions.
Students benefit from excellent road, rail and tube links with central London. Heathrow Airport is approximately 30 minutes away.
There is a free shuttle bus service linking Ealing Broadway and South Ealing stations with our two west London sites.
The Berkshire Institute for Health, situated in Reading town centre, is within walking distance of the main railway and bus stations, adjacent to car parking and within easy reach of the town's park and ride bus stops.

Why Study Here?
The University of West London has been ranked the number one modern university in London and has also received the Queen’s Anniversary Prize which was presented by the Queen for our outstanding work and achievements in hospitality.
In 2013 the University of West London was ranked as the number one modern university in London for Business and Management Studies, Hospitality and Tourism, Law, Psychology and Nursing.
The University of West London is ranked the number two modern university in London for Music, and Computer Science and IT.
The university is also a leading modern university in art, design and media, and popular courses include digital animation, fashion and textiles, film, graphic design, media, photography and music management.
Our west London campus is widely regarded as being one of the most desirable places in London to live. The area is safe and multicultural with a cosmopolitan café culture. We offer international students work placements and have links with major organisations such as Amazon, Apple, Hewlett Packard, Hilton Hotels, Oracle and Microsoft.
Our alumni include the Head Chef for the Queen, the Deputy Minister of Education in Malaysia, the former Minister of Health in Mauritius and the President of Global Operations for the Hilton Hotels Group.
We offer two intakes – in January and September.

Student Mix
The 10,490 students enrolled in the academic year 2014/15 comprise:
10,490 students
86% undergraduate, 14% postgraduate taught
72% full-time, 28% part-time
82% UK, 6% EU, 12%Other

 

   Key Admissions Facts

Intakes :  Sept ( Major intake), Nov  and  Feb/March ( for some Programs for UG and PG ).  May/June  for MBA and some Master Programs in Business. Please contact us for more information .

Fee Range :  PG (£10000 to £12500 ), UG (£9500 per annum)- Fee is taken approximately.For exact fee information please contact us. 

Discount:  student can also pay Full Fees and avail an Early Payment Discount of 1000 Pounds. Students can also get a discount of £500 if they pay 65% of the fee on or before registration (Which can be paid before or on at Registration only and not after registration).

Academic Requirements :

PG- Minimum 50% in Bachelor degree

UG - Minimum 55 % in 12th  year ( standard)  of School Education

IELTS requirement :

PG ( for most programs 6.0 , some programs 6.5 ) with no band less than 5.5

UG ( For most programs 6.0 ) with no band less than 5.5

IELTS Waiver : Yes

Pre-sessional English - is available ( One CAS will be provided for pre-sessional and main program ) .

Student with UKVI IELTS minimum 5.5 overall with 5.5 in each bands need to attend a three months English Skills course along with their main course, this will be free of charge.

Students with UKVI IELTS minimum 5.5 overall with 5.0 in only one band would need to attend maximum 2 weeks pre-sessional.

Minimum Deposit to get CAS : £65% of tuition fee.  

Application process time :  2-3 days for most Programs . For UG program student can make a direct application . Credibility interview is mandatory to pass for the CAS.

Scholarships Availability : regional and merit scholarship are available .Please contact us for more information .

Popular Programs :  Accounting & Finance, Aeronautical & Manufacturing Engineering, Architecture, Art & Design, Biological Sciences, Business & Management Studies, Computer Science, Dance,Economics, Electrical & Electronic Engineering, English, General Engineering, Hospitality, Leisure, Recreation & Tourism,Law, Marketing, Mathematics,  Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacology & Pharmacy, Politics, and Psychology.Please contact us for more information

University Link :University of Bedfordshire

NB : This information is just a rough guideline about most of the university programs and doesn't represent the exact information, application process time, IELTS requirements for any specific program . For exact information please contact us .


Although a new university, Bedfordshire is an institution with a rich heritage, and academic roots across the county dating back to 1882.The University of Bedfordshire has over 22,000 students, from more than 120 countries, at its six campuses.

History
The University of Luton had its roots in the Luton Modern School, which was established in 1908 and the Luton Modern School and Technical Institute which opened in 1937. This became Luton College of Higher Education with the merger of Luton College of Technology and Putteridge Bury College of Education in 1976. It obtained university status in 1993. The Bedford campus of De Montfort University was originally part of the Bedford College of Higher Education, which stemmed from Bedford Teacher Training College, founded in 1882, and Bedford Physical Training College, founded in 1903. The university was created by the merger of the University of Luton and the Bedford campus of De Montfort University  August 2006 following approval by the Privy Council.

Location and Transport


Luton and Bedford are lively, student-friendly towns with thriving social scenes, surrounded by tranquil, rural villages where you can truly embrace country life. Whether you prefer to dance the night away, or kick back and relax in the beautiful countryside, Bedfordshire has something to suit everyone.
You are never more than one hour away from London at any of Bedfordshire’s campuses.
There are great transport links to the capital, the midlands and internationally.
Only 30 minutes by train from central London and you arrive at the University of Bedfordshire. The University has 22,000 students from more than 120 countries, and is spread across five campuses:

Luton campus – a town centre campus boasting a range of industry-standard facilities.

Bedford campus – an enclosed leafy campus which houses the PE and Sport Science Centre which was used to train athletes in the 2012 Olympic Games.

Putteridge Bury – an Elizabethan mansion; home to many of our postgraduate students.

Buckinghamshire campus – in Aylesbury, with dedicated facilities for our Nursing students.

UCMK, Milton Keynes – Newest campus which opened in 2013.

Why Study Here?

•      At Bedfordshire University is dedicated to providing you best support possible during your time with us.
•      Student Support team will make sure you arrive to a warm welcome. You will also receive a Pre-Arrival guide which tells you everything you need to know before coming to the UK. Once you arrive, the team organises five-day orientation programme to introduce you to the life and study here.
•    Every new student is given a Buddy – a current international student who can help you settle into student life quickly and easily. Buddies will provide you with anything from directions to find your lectures to helping you with accommodation or buying a sim card for your phone.
•    Student Information Desk can be accessed 24/7 and delivers a range of services, from printing council tax letters and booking appointments with a counsellor, to providing a wide range of information all in one place.
•    Professional Academic Development (PAD) team can help you if you are experiencing difficulty with your studies or if you want to develop your skills further.
•    From referencing to It skills, PAD team is there to support you every step of you way. University has designed Communications skills classes to give you an excellent foundation on which to build your academic success and equip with you with practical skills. The programme will be individually tailored to your needs.

Student Mix
The 15,655 students enrolled in the academic year 2014/15 comprise:
15,655 students
74% undergraduate, 26% postgraduate taught
69% full-time, 31% part-time
79% UK, 4% EU, 17%Other

 

Key Admissions Facts

 Intakes :  Sept ( Major intake)   and January ( for some Programs ) please contact us for more information .

Fee Range :  ) - For exact fee information please  contact us .

Academic Requirements :

PG- Minimum 55% in Bachelor degree

UG - Minimum 60% -70%in 12th  year ( standard)  of School Education

IELTS Requirements :

PG ( for most programs 6.0 , some programs 6.5 ) with no band less than 5.5

UG ( for most programs 6.0 , some programs 6.5) with no band less than 5.5

Pre-sessional English - is available ( one separate CAS will be provided for pre-sessional and the main program )

Minimum Deposit to get CAS : 50% but with high-risk countries more initial payment can be asked.  

Application processing time :  2-3 week for high-risk country students , 1-2 week for the low-risk country student. For UG program student can make a direct application  . Credibility interview is a must requirement to pass for an unconditional offer and CAS. To book a free 15 minute credibility interview assessment please contact us.

Scholarships Availability : regional and merit scholarships are available . Please contact us for more information .

Popular Programs :  Engineering , Business and Management , Computer Science , Health and Social Care , Art and Design , Education .

University link : University Of Hertfordshire

NB : This information is just a rough guideline about most of the university programs and doesn't represent the exact information, application process time, IELTS requirements for any specific program . For exact information please contact us .


The University's academic activities are organized into 11 schools, within which there are around 50 academic departments and 24 research centers. The university has a unique history in training   aerospace engineers. The university offers courses in architecture, astronomy, business, computing, education, engineering, humanities, natural sciences, pharmacy and social sciences. Hertfordshire is recognized as internationally excellent and world leading for research in the field of History

History
A model 21st-century university – international, business-facing and business-like in its approach. Gained university status in 1992.Post-war technical college established by De Havilland Aircraft Company as an Engineering Centre of Excellence. The college later evolved into Hatfield College of Technology and Hatfield Polytechnic.

Location and Transportation


Two sites –  one in Hatfield and one in Bayfordbury (a rural field station and observatory outside Hertford).
Outstanding transport links to the rest of the UK, the university is well located with London only 25 minutes' away by train to London King's Cross tube and railway station.
Uno Bus, a University of Hertfordshire owned bus company, was set up by the university in 1992 to provide student transport to the expanding university from local areas as well as improving east–west travel across the county and opening up new links from north London.
International transport well served with London Luton and London Stansted airports just 20 miles from the university.

Why Study Here?

  • We pride ourselves as an enterprising and innovation-led, award-winning university.
  • Our links to UK and international industry provide excellent opportunities for students to enhance their experience.
  • A great location – you will be only 25 minutes by train to central London, and within easy reach of all four of the capital's international airports. You are guaranteed university accommodation in your first year on an attractive, safe campus that provides a real home from home.
  • A modern campus – with the £15m Sports Village, the Forum our 1,500 capacity entertainment venue and brand new accommodation, Hutton Hub and Student Union, the university is a great place to live and study.
  • 21st-century study facilities – you will have access to our award-winning Learning Resources Centres, which are widely regarded as the best among UK universities. Cutting-edge facilities within our academic schools include: the Law Court, one of the UK’s best-equipped astronomical observatories, a flight simulator, Formula 1 simulator, wind tunnels, environmental and anechoic chambers, a simulated intensive care unit, mock pharmacy, creative studios and digital workshops. You will also be connected to StudyNet, your online university available 24/7 on the web from any location.
  • Employability – your degree studies will provide you with the knowledge, practical skills and experience that employers look for, giving you the best chance of career success. Over 95% per cent of students at the university are in work or further study six months after graduating.
  • Teaching excellence – you will enjoy high-quality teaching, which is independently commended by the UK's Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education. Many of our degree courses are also accredited by professional bodies.
  • Flexible study routes – to help you meet our entry requirements, we offer a range of tailored foundation and preparatory courses. These are designed to improve your English language, develop study skills, and build your subject knowledge, before you start your degree.
  • Dedicated International Student Support Team – made up of experienced welfare advisers who can help and advise you on a variety of subjects, including immigration, work permits, and financial and personal matters. They also organise a social programme for international students, which includes trips to other parts of the UK and Europe.  

    Student Mix

    The 24,880 students enrolled in the academic year 2014/15 comprise:
    15,655 students
    77% undergraduate, 23% postgraduate taught
    70% full-time, 30% part-time
    83% UK, 3% EU, 13%Other

 

Key Admissions Facts

Intakes :  Sept ( Major intake)   and January ( for some Programs ) please contact us for more information .

Fee Range : - For exact fee information please contact us .

Academic Requirements :

PG- Minimum 55%-65% in Bachelor degree

UG – Minimum60%- 70% in 12th  year ( standard)  of School Education

IELTS Requirements :

PG  for most program 6.0, some program 6.5 with no band less than 5.5

UG ( for most programs 6.0 , some programs 6.5) with no band less than 5.5

Pre-sessional English - is available ( two separate CAS will be provided for pre-sessional and the main program )

Minimum Deposit to get CAS: £50% but with high-risk countries more initial payment can be asked.  

Application processing time:  2-3 week for high-risk country students, 1-2 week for the low-risk country student. For UG program student can make a direct application Credibility interview may be required to pass for an unconditional offer and CAS. To book a free 15-minute credibility interview assessment please contact us.

Scholarships Availability: regional and merit scholarship are available. Please contact us for more information.

Popular Programs : Social Sciences , Health, Nursing and Midwifery, Creative and Cultural Industries Computing and Engineering ,Life and Health Sciences Art, Design & the Built Environment, Social Science.Please contact us for more information.

University link : UWS - University of the West Scotland

NB : This information is just a rough guideline about most of the university programs and doesn't represent the exact information, application process time, IELTS requirements for any specific program . For exact information please contact us .


History
 
Founded in 1897 to offer vocational courses, the university began offering degree studies in the early 1900s and matured to university status in 1992.
    •   On 1 August 2007 the university merged with Bell College.
    •   Name change to University of the West of Scotland in 2007

Location


        There are five campuses at Ayr, Dumfries, Lanarkshire, Paisley and London.
    •   Paisley Campus is 1.5 km (1 mile) from Glasgow Airport and 10 minutes by train from the centre of Glasgow.
    •   Lanarkshire is around 25 minutes on the train from Glasgow.
    •   Ayr Campus is 40 minutes from Glasgow by car or train.
    •   Dumfries Campus is reached by bus from Dumfries centre.
    •  London Campus is just over 15 minutes’ walk from London Bridge underground and Borough Market, and close to Elephant and Castle and Borough tube stations. The campus provides a delivery point for UWS undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in London.

Why Study Here?
    •   A five-campus university, with campuses in Ayr, Dumfries, Hamilton and Paisley and a new campus in London.
    •   Six academic schools offering undergraduate, postgraduate and research study.
    •  Career-focused programmes, designed in partnership with business and industry, with professional recognition and   practical experience options.
    •   94% of UWS graduates in work or further study six months after graduating.
    •   Top in the UK for student satisfaction in a range of subjects in the National Student Survey 2015.
    •   4* rating in the WhatUni Student Choice Awards 2015.
    •   World-leading and internationally excellent research (Research Exercise Framework 2014).
    •   Awarded highest possible rating for quality and standards in the 2014 Enhancement-Led Institutional Review.
    •   Our Students' Association SAUWS won NUS Scotland’s HE Students’ Association of     the Year award in 2016.
    •   Excellent travel links from across the UK and further afield.
    •   Organisations for international students.

StudentMix
     The 14,730 students enrolled in the academic year 2014/15 comprise:
     Undergraduate88%Postgraduate12%
     FullTime73%PartTime27%
     UK 94% EU 4% Other 3%

 

What is a credibility interview?

A credibility interview is a common interview process undertaken by UK universities to recognise the best and genuine students. It is a simulation interview process of a visa interview conducted by the UKVI (UK government body, responsible for immigration and visas).

Why is credibility interview important for my visa ?

Recently UK student visa (i.e. tier 4 General visa) policy has changed tremendously which puts pressure on the sponsor (university and college) as well. Due to new government rules, every sponsor should maintain at least 90% visa success rate for their issued CAS (Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies). If it is less than 90% then they may lose their sponsorship license, hence every sponsor wants to make recruit eligible and genuine students. In order to verify geniuses of a student many universities has started credibility interview.

What if I don't prepare for a credibility interview?

As mentioned before it's a process to recruit sincere students so the refusal rate for the visa can be reduced. It covers topics which are usually main reasons for visa rejection and refusal.

What could be main reasons for visa rejection or refusal?

There can be many reasons for visa refusals, but the following are the mean reasons which we have identified for visa refusal in the UKVI interview.

1) The student was not able to satisfy the Visa Officer that he has done proper research of 4-5 Universities and why he had selected his chosen university. He has not done any research about the Universities in UK & applied only to one university.

2) The student was not able to provide the satisfactory information about his course, its structure, modules, content, assessment process etc.

3) The student only provided the vaguest of information about his plans for after completion of his course.

4) The student was not able to justify the funds in his bank account and why the parents are putting their hard earned money for student program. Verification and justification of funding are one of the main reason in South Asia for visa refusal.

5) The student was not able to justify his/her gap in the study through income tax proof, salary proof or any other proof.
This all thus leads to doubt the claims to be seeking entry to the UK as a student and hence the Visa Officer rejected or will reject the student's visa.

What questions can be asked during a credibility interview?

We are giving you a list of questions those can be asked during credibility interview.

Sample of possible questions for screening intention to study:

Why do you want to study in the UK ?

What are the benefits of studying in the UK compared to your home country or USA/Canada/Australia etc.?

Why did you choose this university/college?

How did you find about it?

Which other colleges/universities have you considered? Where is the college/university?

Do you know anyone who has already studied there?

Do you know roughly how large the college/university is?

Why did you choose this course and how does it relate to your previous study?

How do you explain the gaps in your study/professional history?

What is the relevance of the course to your future career path?

What qualification will you receive?

How long does the course last?

How is your course assessed? (apparently frequently asked and students do not know)

Do you know what level your course is at?

Did you consider any other course?

Does this course offer any professional recognition?

Are you planning to stay in the UK on completion to study for a higher award?

Are you thinking of transferring to another institution on completion?

What facilities are you expecting at the college/university?

Will you need help finding accommodation?

Do you need a meet and greet service? 

Do you understand the responsibilities of students entering the UK under Tier 4 of the PBS?

Do you have relatives who have studied at the similar level or studied overseas?

Do you think your course is appropriate for someone of your age? (if the student is doing program after very long gap)

Sample of possible questions for screening financial viability:

What is your current occupation?

Who is financing your studies?

What is the profession of your financial sponsor and what relationship they have to you?

Do you have evidence of the financial status of your financial sponsor, e.g. bank statements for last 6 months, bonds, investments, etc.?

Are you able to verify the genuineness of these documents?

Can you prove the money is available for study?

Would you be able to pay your tuition fees in full up front?

Have you checked the refund policy?

Do you know what your accommodation will cost in the UK?

Do you know how much your living expenses will be?

Do you know whether you are entitled to work part-time in the UK?

Do you know how many hours are you allowed to work?

Do you know the likely hourly rate of pay?

How reliant are you on being able to work?

NB: To book a free 15-minute interview , please fill up our enquiry form .

Congrats those are flying UK to pursue their UG/PG.

Here is the list of documents which you need to carry with you when you will be flying. This list is completely based on our experience and changes can be possible according to your needs,

Documents which you need to show on Airport ( immigration department):

  • Passport
  • University Offer Letter
  • Copy of availability of funds (Not necessary but be useful)
  • Chest X-ray or TB test certificate

Essential documents which you need to carry:

  • Original mark sheets / Degree Certificate ( Must)
  •  Medical History/ reports ( If any)
  •  Work Experience Certificates (If any)
  • Reference letters for last five years of living ( In case you get a job in security/airport/defence)

Skills which will make your life easy:

  • International Driving License
  •  Cooking : learn things which can be made easily.
  • Microsoft Word/PP and Excel: If you don’t know how to work on it? Then learn it . It will help you to prepare your assignments, notes, presentation, dissertation, reports etc.
  • English ( if your English is not good enough): good English always help you to communicate effectively with other and will also improve your academic skills.

Useful items to carry:

  • Passport size photos (around 25 and try to get in white background)

Medicines :

  • Analgesic ( Mild pain- Crocin, Combiflam, Brufen,  Sever pain- Lyser D, etc),
  • Analgesic cream and spray  like moov, Iodex etc.
  • For stomachic ( Pain: Anaforten , Clomin), Acidity: Zintac, Ocid/Omez, Digene,
  • Anti-allergic: Avil, Citrazin, Loratidin,
  • Antibiotic : Ofloxacillin-200 ( use in general), Roxid-150  ( severe Cough, Sneezing),
  • Antiseptic Cream: Betadin, Soframycin,
  • Antifungal: Quardiderm
  • Other products: Eno, Pudin hara, Bandage, Band- aid, Scrap bandage ( 3 inch), cotton

Food Stuff for Indian Students : All kind of food stuff you can easily get in the UK, but it could be recommended to get                                       

Spices (Masale): Jeera , Haldi , Mirchi , Dhania, Garam Masala, Sarso (Mustard seed), Saunf (Fennel), Hing powder etc.

Namkeen (chiwada)

Utensils:  Most of the UK houses are fully furnished , so don’t need to carry much . Highly recommended items are;

Pressure Cooker, Fry pan and try to get some stuff like Idli maker for microwave oven etc.

Stationary and others:   Stationary in the UK is not much expensive though you can bring; Markers, Highlighters, Pencils, Pen, Sharpener, 1-2 Notebook, Punching Machine, etc

Cloths:  Undergarments (at least 8-10 pair), Socks ( 6 pair) , Jeans/Paint shirts/T-shirts/Night Suits/ traditional cloths/ etc., Sweater, Wind Sheeter, jacket, etc

Towels, Handkerchief  (Rumal), Gloves, gluband (Scarf) etc.

Bed sheets, Pillow Cover, Duet cover.

General Items; 7Sewing kit,  Tooth pest. Tooth brush, Nail Cutter, Shaving kit,   Alarm Clock, Mobile Phone, Calculator, torch, Umbrella,

Electronic:

If you are carrying a laptop, mobile phone etc then you need a Plug Converter for UK electric socket.

 

 

The Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain (RPSGB) is the society one needs to register to work as a Pharmacist in United Kingdom.

This link details about registration process for overseas applicants:-

 https://www.pharmacyregulation.org/registration/registering-pharmacist/overseas-non-eea-qualified-pharmacists

 Following UNIs run conversion Courses so that Overseas Pharmacy Graduates can register with RPSGB as a Pharmacist. To work in UK as a Pharmacist, which is a lucrative job sector, one needs to do either a conversion course or full course from a UK Uni/College :-

 1)Brighton

2)Birmingham

3)Sunderland

4) Robert Gordon Uni in Aberdeen, Scotland 

 Universities those offer full UK Pharmacy Courses :-

1) The London School of Pharmacy

2) Kings College London

3) Portsmouth

4) Birmingham University

5) Nottingham University

6) Bradford University

7) Manchester University

Tier 4 (General) students can work if they study at a higher education institution (HEI) or an overseas HEI. Aa an HEI student ( at level 6 or above) you are allow to work 20 hours per week during term time and full time during vacations .

In order to work in the UK you need to have NI number . It  is a unique personal number which is used to record your National Insurance contributions. You do not need to have a NI before starting work, but you must obtain one when you get a job. You can apply for a NI by calling 0845 600 0643 to make an appointment. Your appointment will take place at your nearest Jobcentre Plus office, or Social Security office in Northern Ireland. 

As per the government rules , the minimum wages/hour for students are as below :- 

Year 25 and over - £7.20

21 to 24   - £6.70

18 to 20   -£5.30

Under 18   -£3.87 

Find Part-time Student Jobs in London

There are thousands of part-time student jobs in London to help support your studies. Many universities have careers and work placement centres to help you find employment. You can also search online job ( link )

Work after study 

Non-EU students who wish to remain in the UK after they have graduated must apply for a work visa.  There are several visas you can apply for as a London graduate:

 

Tier 2 General

Tier 1 Graduate Entrepreneur

Tier 1 Entrepreneur

Tier 5 Youth Mobility

Tier 5 Temporary Worker

Type of visa

Employer sponsored

Endorsed by your institution

Non-sponsored

Non- sponsored

Employer sponsored

What do I need to qualify?

Job offer from Tier 2 sponsor

Endorsement by your institution

Investment of

£200,000 or

£50,000

Age 18–30,

Must be eligible nationality

Tier 5 sponsor

Maximum  time permitted in this category?

5 years

1 year (potential for 1-year extension)

3 years (potential  for 2-year extension)

2 years

Up to 2 years

Can I apply to settle permanently in the UK?

Yes, after 5 years

No

Yes after 3 or 5 years

No

No

Can I take on work outside my main job/business venture?

Yes, with conditions

Yes

No

Yes

Yes with conditions

Can I bring dependents ?

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

Yes

 

  • Tier 2 (General) Visa: This is the primary visa to remain and work in the UK after your studies. It is open to recent graduates with a Bachelor’s, Master’s or PhD from a recognised UK university. Before you apply you must have an offer of a skilled job from a licensed employer and be paid a salary of at least £20,800. After five years of employment, Tier 2 visa holders can apply for indefinite leave to remain in the UK providing they meet the salary requirements (£35,000) and other relevant eligibility criteria. Visit the UK Home Office website for further information.
  • Tier 1 (Graduate Entrepreneur) Visa: This visa option is open to all students who are developing a world-class business idea. You will need to be identified and sponsored by your university as having the potential to create your own business in the UK. This applies to all graduating students from any subject discipline.
  • Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visa: If you are a student and want start your business in UK and willing to invest £50000 to £200000 over the initial period of visa then this visa is for you.
  • Tier 5 Youth Mobility Scheme: Some nationalities are eligible to apply for a two-year work scheme permit. You can find details on the UK Home Office website.
  • Tier 5 Temporary Worker: This visa allows you to work in the UK for up to 12 or 24 months (depending on the scheme you’re applying for). International students in the UK can apply for the Tier 5 (Government Authorised Exchange) visa to undertake work experience and internships in the UK after their studies. You can apply to switch from your Tier 4 visa to this visa from within the UK.

Studying medicine is about more than getting an MBBS degree and becoming a doctor. Medicine

is a vocation and a way of life. It is about putting the patient first and caring for others.

In UK to train as a doctor, the first stage is to take a degree at medical school. Depending on the university or course, you will be awarded an MB, BMBS, MB ChB, MB BS or similar, but they are generally called ‘first MB’.

Studying medicine in UK is one of the best options in the world for accept international students with high grades and well-motivated. The admission to medical schools in UK is very competitive and student advise to make application well in advance .  

There are various types of  courses:

  • standard, five-year programmes
  • programmes that include a foundation year ( usually 6 years)
  • courses for graduates eg four-year accelerated programmes
  • overseas programmes ( 5 or 6 years )

All the available bachelor medicines program can be found through course finder of NHS or below listed university list .

 Application Deadline : 15th October 2016 for Sept 2017 intake . This deadline is for all applicants – home, EU and international.

Standard, five-year programmes

 Entry Requirements :  Medicine is one of the most competitive courses in the UK and demands very high level of grades. 3 As at A-level, including chemistry or biology, an IB of 38 or IELTS score of 7.0 is the academic standard required for undergraduate Medicine.

Medical School council Website is another resource to see exact grades requirement for individual schools .

Other admissions requirements are as below  

 Further following skills are need to be proven that

  • You have the capacity to learn and retain lots of information
  • You have a genuine understanding of, interest in and commitment to medicine
  • You have the necessary analytical and reasoning skills, the ability to think quickly and have an enquiring mind
  • You have excellent people skills
  • You have other skills such as time management and leadership skills
  • You are a well-rounded person (eg by having some non-academic interests)

Below is the list of universities those offers standard medical program in the UK.

 Aberdeen (University of), School of Medicine

Medicine (5 years)

Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary's, University of London

Medicine (5 years)

Medicine, Graduate entry (4 years)

Birmingham (University of), School of Medicine

Medicine (5 years)

Medicine, Graduate Entry (4 years)

 Brighton and Sussex Medical School

Medicine (5 years)

 Bristol (University of), Faculty of Medicine

Medicine, Gateway to Medicine (6 years)

Medicine, Standard entry (5 years)

Cambridge (University of), School of Clinical Medicine

Cambridge Graduate Course in Medicine (4 years)

Medicine (6 years)

 Cardiff University, School of Medicine

Medicine, first year entry (5 years)

Medicine, Foundation course (6 years)

Exeter (University of) Medical School

Medicine (5 years)

Dundee (University of), Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Nursing

Medicine (5 years)

Medicine, Pre-medical year (6 years)

Durham (University of), School of Medicine and Health

Medicine, Phase I Stockton Campus (2 years), Phase II University of Newcastle (3 years)

Edinburgh (The University of), College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine

Medicine (5 years)

Glasgow (University of), College of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences

Medicine (5 years)

Hull York Medical School

Medicine (5 years)

Imperial College School of Medicine, London

Medicine (6 years)

Medicine, Graduate entry (4 years) 

Keele University, School of Medicine

Medicine (5 years)

Medicine, Graduate entry (4 years)

Medicine with Health Foundation Year (6 years) 

King's College London School of Medicine (at Guy's, King's College and St Thomas' Hospital)

Medicine (5 years)

Medicine Graduate/Professional Entry Programme (4 years)

Extended Medical Degree Programme (6 years) 

Lancaster University, Faculty of Health and Medicine

Medicine (5 years) 

Leeds (University of), School of Medicine

Medicine (5 years) 

Leicester (University of), Leicester Medical School

Medicine (5 years)

Medicine, Graduate entry (4 years) 

Liverpool (University of), Faculty of Health and Life Sciences

Medicine (5 years)

Medicine, Graduate entry (4 years) 

Manchester (University of), Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences

Medicine (5 years)

Medicine, including foundation year (6 years) 

Newcastle University Medical School

Medicine (5 years)

Medicine, Graduate entry (4 years)

Norwich Medical School, University of East Anglia

Medicine (5 years)

Medicine with a foundation year (1 year + 5 years) 

Nottingham (The University of), Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences

Medicine (5 years)

Medicine, Graduate entry (4 years) 

Oxford (University of), Medical Sciences Division

Medicine (6 years)

Medicine, Fast-track, Graduate entry only (4 years) 

Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry

Medicine (5 years) 

Queen's University Belfast, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences

Medicine (5 years) 

Sheffield (The University of), School of Medicine

Medicine, Foundation year (6 years)

Medicine, Phase One (5 years) 

Southampton (University of), School of Medicine

Medicine (5 years)

Medicine, Graduate entry (4 years)

Medicine - Widening access (6 years) including Foundation year 

St Andrews (University of), Faculty of Medical Sciences

Medicine (6 years – 3 years BSc, 3 years MBChB)

International Foundation Programme for Medicine (1 year, +3 years BSc, +3 years MBChB) 

St George's, University of London

Medicine (5 years)

Medicine, Graduate entry (4 years)

Foundation for Medicine (1 year) 

Swansea University, School of Medicine

Medicine (4 years) 

University College London, University College Medical School

Medicine (6 years) 

University of Central Lancashire

Medicines (5 Years)

Foundation - 1 Year

University of Warwick (University of), Warwick Medical School

Medicine, Graduate entry (4 years)

Foundation Program in Medicines  or Medicine with a Preliminary Year :- 

Foundation courses in UK are for home/International student who have completed at least twelve years of schooling with high grades but lack the science background and English language skills necessary for undergraduate Medicine. 

These courses take the form of either a five-year standard entry medicine course with an additional year at the start, making a six-year course, or sometimes the preliminary year is taken as a standalone one-year course.

 Foundation courses programs in UK are one-year courses, and students who pass foundation  exams with at least 70%,  can get into the 5 or 6-year Medicine degree.

Students with at least 65% can progress onto their 3-year Biomedical Science degree. Those students with very good results into Bachelor of Biomedical science can apply for 4 years accelerated medical study (MBBS).

Bradford (University of), School of Life Sciences (in partnership with Leeds (University of), School of Medicine)

Foundation in Clinical Sciences/Medicine 

Cardiff University, School of Medicine

Medicine with a Preliminary Year 

Dundee (University of), Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Nursing

Premedical Year for Non-science background

Widening Access Premedical Option 

Durham (University of), Queens Campus, Stockton, Phase 1 Medicine

Durham Foundation Programme

The Gateway to Medicine Programme 

Keele University

Health Foundation Year for Medicine

King's College London, University of London

Extended Medical Degree Programme 

Liverpool (University of), Faculty of Health and Life Sciences

Foundation to Health and Veterinary Studies (Year 0) Programme 

Manchester (University of), Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences

Medicine (6 years including foundation year) 

Norwich Medical School (UEA)

Medicine with a Foundation Year 

Nottingham (University of), Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences

Medicine with a Foundation Year MBBS 

Sheffield (The University of), School of Medicine

Medicine with a Foundation Year 

Southampton (University of), School of Medicine

BM Medicine & BMedSc (BM6, widening access) 

St Andrews (University of), Centre for International Foundation Programmes

International Foundation Programme for Medicine

St George's, University of London

International Foundation in Medical, Biomedical and Health Sciences

University of Central Lancashire

Medicines Undergraduate Foundation Program

Courses for graduates eg four-year accelerated programmes 

There are following routes for graduates to get admission in medical school. 

  • apply for four-year 'accelerated' Graduate Entry Programmes (GEPs), available at some medical schools.
  • apply for standard, five-year programmes. This would give you more choice as not all medical schools offer four-year courses 

Entry Requirements :

As a graduate entrant, most medical schools expect you to have at least a 2:1 degree, but if you have a postgraduate qualification, this might be less important. There may also be GCSE and AS/A level (or equivalent) requirements. 

Normally your degree should be in a science subject, but some courses accept non-science subjects. If you don’t have the necessary degree grade or subject, you could consider taking an Access to Medicine programme before applying. 

Below is a list of all UK medical schools currently offering accelerated four-year graduate entry courses in medicine. 

Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary's, University of London 

Birmingham (University of), School of Medicine 

Bristol (University of), Faculty of Medicine 

Cambridge (University of), School of Clinical Medicine 

Imperial College School of Medicine, London 

King's College London School of Medicine 

Liverpool (University of), Faculty of Health and Life Sciences 

Newcastle University Medical School 

Nottingham (The University of), Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences 

Oxford (University of), Medical Sciences Division 

Southampton (University of), School of Medicine 

St George's, University of London 

Swansea University, School of medicine 

Warwick (University of), Warwick Medical School