How to Study in the UK From India

The UK has long been a top destination for Indian students seeking higher education, offering top universities that rank highly on various rankings indices like QS and Times Higher Education. Cultural ties and an established Indian diaspora also add to its appeal; by 2022 there were over 55,000 Indian students studying there; many enrolling at top business schools.

Recently, the UK has introduced new policies to strengthen international students’ studies. One such policy is called Graduate Route that enables graduates from UK universities to stay and work for two years after receiving their degree – giving them valuable work experience while simultaneously improving employability of Indian graduates in Britain.

Applying to UK universities has many advantages, with Ucas being one of the main portals that make applying simple. Students can submit their personal statement, certificates, and rank their university choices using this system; while more prestigious or competitive courses may require their own admissions process with interviews or entrance exams.

Indian students on Tier 4 visas can work alongside their studies if allowed by their school and possessing an active National Insurance Number which can be found either on their Biometric Residence Permit (BRP) or acquired through registration with the Department of Work and Pensions.


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