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The United Kingdom is renowned for its quality of education. Many universities established in the 12th century have become leaders in the education world. Study in UK, providing quality education and pioneered the education culture.

If you intend to study in the UK, you are up for a unique experience. Whether it is the hustle and bustle of London you are looking for or the charming countryside of West England, you will fall in love with the UK and its people.

With the long history of education culture, there is no wonder that it has one of the biggest international student population in the world.

Whatever your interests, there’s a huge range of clubs and societies, as well as a diverse social life on offer.

  • Plenty of course choices: Choose from over 50,000 courses, in more than 25 subject areas.
  • UK courses are generally shorter than other countries, helping to reduce overall tuition fees and accommodation costs.
  • It can be possible to work while you study too.

Facts about the United Kingdom

Capital City: London

Currency: Pound Sterling (£)

Population: 67,363,000

Area: 93,630 km2



 Additional facts regarding the UK

  • Tea is the most popular drink among Brits by far. English people drink 165 million cups of tea every day on average.
  • The first postage stamp was created in the UK. Designed in May 1840, it featured the figure of Queen Victoria.
  • The monument of Stonehenge in the UK is one of the oldest monuments in the world.
  • There are public holidays on the day of a royal wedding.
  • The UK has the 17th largest railway network in the world.

Different types of Student Visas to study in the UK

A Standard Visitor visa lets you do a short course of study that lasts no longer than 6 months.

A Short-term study visa lets you come to the UK to study an English language course that is over 6 months and up to 11 months.

A Student visa is usually for a longer course. You must be sponsored by a licensed college or university and have a confirmed place. You may be able to do some work on this visa.

A Child Student visa is for 4 to 17-year-olds who want to study at an independent school. If you’re 16 or over, you can do

visa lodgement



Quality of Education in the United Kingdom

The UK is one of the world’s most popular destinations to study higher education, with more than 500,000 international students enrolling each year.

  • 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.
  • 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.



Steps to follow before applying for a visa.

  • Take a standardized English Proficiency Test like IELTS or TOEFL.
  • Do your research and apply for admission to the university you wish to study in.
  • After receiving the admission letter, you have to pay a year’s tuition (in most cases). 
  • Prepare financial documents that show you have enough financial support to pay for your tuition and cover living expenses.
  • Take medical tests as you have to show the results while applying for a visa.
  • After you have all these documents in place including your academic certificates, you can apply for a Student Visa.
  • Prepare for your stay
  • Study in the UK

Academic and English Language Proficiency Requirement

Undergraduate: 3-4 years

IELTS: 6 / 5.5 | Percentage: 55-60 % above  | Gap: 1-2 years (evidence is required.)


Gradute:1-2 years

IELTS: 6.5 /6 | Percentage: 60% above | Gap: 4-5 years (evidence is required.)


English Language



Intake in the UK

September |  January | May | June

Financial (average)

Tuition fee : £ 12,000- 18,000 per year

Living cost: Inner London – £11,385 |  Outer London –£ 9,135

Dependent: Inner London – £ 7605 | Outer London – £ 6120

Immigration Health Surcharge (IHS): £ 300 Per year


Average total cost

Single: £25,000 -30,000

With Dependent: £30,000 – 35,000

Method of financials presentation.

Bank Balance

Bank loan (loan should be on students name) Bank balance + Bank loan (But tuition fees should pay by bank loan)



8 multinational banks. 28 A levels of banks.


28 days bank statement

Funds in a bank account must have been held for at least 28 consecutive days in a bank account that is older than 31 days

Next Year’s Financial planning


Single Applicant:

NRS 25– 30 lakhs above


With Dependent:

NRS 35-40 Lakhs Above

Required Evidence of financial support Sponsors:

First blood relative (1-4) can sponsor.

Income source: Business, Salary, Foreign income, Land lease and House rent.

Apply for UK Student Visa

If you are thinking about studying in the UK then you will need a student visa. There are different types of student visas available to students. General Visa is the one if you are joining a standard undergraduate course.

If you are opting for a short-term course or a language course then you will need another visa. Here are some things that determine what kind of visa you need:

  • Your native country
  • Your purpose for coming to the UK
  • Duration you want to stay in the UK
  • Your skills and family circumstances.

visa application



Working while Studying

Most Tier 4 Nepali students are allowed to work 20 hours a week during term time and full- time during vacation periods if they are studying course Level 6 or Higher and 10 hours a week if you are studying a course that is below degree level at an HEI. Student studying below level 6 at Further Education College are no allowed to work in the UK

Specific Guidance for all Tier 4 Students

You should need to meet the government immigration rules and achieve 40 points 30 points from CAS letter issue and 10 points from Financial Document

Applying for an offer letter

  • Complete Application Form with two References (Academic and professional)
  • Academic transcript. This is an academic record of the subjects they have studied and the grades/marks achieved. If they are still studying they should provide a current transcript of their degree studies to date.
  • Certificates to confirm their degree or highest qualification minimum 60% mark required (Undergraduate maximum 2years gap and PG/Master maximum 4-5 Years)
  • Evidence of English ability, IELTS OR PTE Only
  • Copy of passport
  • CV/ SOP (for university only)
  • Personal Statement.

When considering what to include, think about the following.

  • Your reason for applying for the course
  • Your reason for applying to the University of (Name)
  • Your reasons for applying to a UK university
  • Your career aspirations and how the course fits in with this
  • · Work Experience ( if any gap)


  • Financial Statement (28 Days bank statement) Loan and Cash Deposit allowed
  • NOC letter from (M O E)
  • PAYMENT FOR CAS letter
  • Immigration History Evidence (Inc. any Country visa refusals, previous Tier 4 Visa held Etc.)
  • ATAS Certificate (certain courses only)
  • Disclosure and Barring Service Check (certain courses only
  • A research proposal for a research program

List of Necessary Documents for UK Visa

  • IHS Surcharge (Pay before visa application and get reference Number)
  • Academic Certificates
  • English Language Proficiency Certificate
  • CAS LETTER (only valid for 6 months and can use once only)
  • BIRTH CERTIFICATE (Compulsory if Father/ Mother Bank statement is used]
  • INCOME STATEMENT (optional)
  • POLICE REPORT (optional)
  • CA REPORT (optional)
  • OTHER CERTIFICATES (Example: Work Experience, Other Achievements
  • BANK BALANCE CERTIFICATE (If you are using overseas currency expect you to show in writing on the application form and closing Balance in pound sterling)
  • BANK STATEMENT 28 DAYS (in Name of Applicant or ONLY Father or Mother)
  • (Saving or Current account)
  • BANK LOAN: (Education Loan only on Student Name)
  • (Shares, Bonds, overdraft, Credit Cards and the pension fund are not accepted)
  • (IOM Migration Health Assessment Centre, Thirbam Sadak Baluwatar (House Number: 786 /4, Tel 0I-4477 279, 01-4429599)
  • VISA FEES: 348* Pound same fee for dependent per person* (Subject to change)
  • Accommodation Letter
Additional Information

Skype interview (Compulsory from high commission)

Phone interview (from institutions)


  • If you are studying a postgraduate course of 12 months or longer at a higher education institution or
  • If you are a government-sponsored student on a course of six months or longer

Married case accepted (should be genuine)

No qualification is required for dependent

Why should you study in the UK?

Here are some reasons why you should study in the United Kingdom:

 1/5th of the best universities in the world are in the UK.

Some of the best universities in the world are in the UK. The University of Cambridge, The University of Oxford, and many other universities in the world have been pioneering education to students for centuries. These universities often appear in the QS World University Rankings list. One-fifth of the top 50 universities in the QS World University rankings are in the UK.  Here are some of the best universities in the UK:

  • University of Oxford (Ranked 5th by QS)
  • University of Cambridge (Ranked 6th by QS)
  • Imperial College London (Ranked 8th by QS)
  • UCL (Ranked 10th by QS)
  • University of Edinburgh (Ranked 18th by QS)

Students can choose to study from a wide range of courses in different disciplines ranging from fashion to physics. Professors that teach in UK universities are considered to be the best in the world.  British Education system is considered one of the best education systems in the world by academics and Global companies as well.

Chevening Scholarship

This scholarship is provided to students with extraordinary academic achievements and also leadership skills. The recipients of the scholarships are selected by British Embassies all around the world. The recipients will receive financial aid to study for a one-year Master’s degree at any leading UK university of their choice. More than 1500 students receive this scholarship around the world each year.


Erasmus Mundus Scholarship

This is a highly reputed scholarship. The acceptance rate is less than 5% which makes it highly competitive. The recipient gets €31000 per year for two years.


Commonwealth Split-site PhD. Scholarships

This is a full funding scholarship given to international students by the government of the United Kingdom. The tuition fee of the recipient is covered and they are given allowances + air travel expenses.


Ministry of Defense Competition for High-Resolution Imaging

This is a partial funding scholarship for international students. The award is £500,000. It can be taken at various institutions across the globe.


IPBA Scholarship

It is a partial funding international scholarship. It is offered by the Inter-Pacific Bar Association. Citizens of Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar, Mongolia, Bangladesh, and the Pacific Islands are eligible to apply for this scholarship. 


Rhodes Trust Scholarships

This is a prestigious scholarship provided by the University of Oxford. The value of this award is the full tuition fee and allowance of £15,900. 95 of these awards are offered to students from over 64 countries.


University of Bradford Global Development Scholarships

The recipients of this scholarship will get their full tuition fees paid and receive an allowance for accommodation. Students with financial hardships from the developing country are offered this financial aid. This is available for students intending to enroll in a Master’s degree expect MBA at the University of Bradford.


University of London Varadi Distance Learning Scholarship

This scholarship is offered to applicants with outstanding academic results and leadership abilities. The full tuition fee of studying at the University of London is covered. Students from anywhere in the world can apply for this scholarship.


International Excellence Scholarship in the UK

This scholarship is offered by the University of Roehampton to international students. This award is worth up to £4000 per year. Students with great results in postgraduate and Bachelors can get this scholarship.

How long can a student study in the UK?

There is a maximum time limit (‘cap’) on studying with a Tier 4 visa. Before they can issue you a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies, a Tier 4 sponsor will need to check that your application will not take you over the maximum time allowed. The Home Office will not grant further leave to someone whose current Tier 4 application means they will exceed these time limits unless there are “compelling and compassionate circumstances”, such as injury or disability.

  • Students below Degree level can study for a maximum of 2 years
  • Student at a degree level and above can study for a maximum of 5 years (excluding some engineering and medical courses)

You can arrive in the UK before your course start:

  • Up to 1 week before if your course lasts 6 months or less
  • Up to 1 month before if your course lasts more then6 month all document in English and original

After study in the UK

Graduate Route

After completed study at undergraduate level 6 above can apply.


Tier 2 work Visa

Secure a graduate-level job, within four months of completing your course, which pays £20000 or more to stay for a further 3 years with the option to extend


Doctorate Extension Scheme

Allows completing student to stay for 12 months to gain work experience or set up as an entrepreneur



If you have a business idea an endorsement you could switch to the start-up route.