STUDY IN UK

A PLACE OF UNIVERSITY EXCELLENCE

The UK boasts some of the oldest and most prestigious universities in the world,
giving you a degree that’s recognised with distinction anywhere
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2022 UK Clearing Starts NOW!

Apply directly to UK universities from 4th July onwards

You can apply during the clearing month only:

  • If you haven’t received any university offer before 30th June
  • If you have scored an inadequate grade (university requirements not met)
  • Apply to university after 30th June

ps: you will receive the offer from the university faster through clearing.

Why Study in UK?

Being home to four beautiful and liveable countries – England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland, the UK is one of the most popular international study destinations for Malaysian students. 
 
The advantages of studying in the UK are limitless as it is undoubtedly one of the top destinations to study abroad. Reportedly, 90 UK universities have been ranked in the QS World University Rankings 2021. So for such a small landmass, the UK certainly has a strong concentration of university-level education. 
 
The Universities in the UK provide fantastic benefits to students coming beyond borders. The Quality Assurance Agency (QAA), an independent body functions exclusively to set, monitor, and safeguard the quality of higher education in the UK. Hence, without a doubt, students in UK universities will benefit from cutting-edge infrastructure, research laboratories, better employability, and guidance to prepare them for a successful career.
If you study in the UK, be it the foundation, college, undergraduate, or postgraduate level, you will experience a vibrant multicultural life, from music, festivals, arts, food, football matches, ancient castles to modern cities along with quality education. Not just that, the UK can be your gateway to Europe, where another 40 countries await you.

In addition, with the new Graduate Route, international students who study in the UK will be able to stay in the UK and work or look for work, at any skill level for two years after graduation. From summer 2021, the Graduate Route is available to international students who successfully complete their degree at undergraduate level or above at a UK Higher Education Provider with a track record of compliance.

Living Cost in the UK for International Students

Students from over 200 different countries choose to study in the UK due to its affordability and high standards of education.

Tuition Fees/year £10,000 ~ £20,000 (Subject to the course)
Living Cost /year £11,000 (in London) £10,000 (Outside London)

One of the advantages of studying in the UK is that you can work for up to 20 hours per week during term time and full time when you’re on holidays.

If you study in the UK, as an international student who has completed an undergraduate or postgraduate degree you are allowed to get a Graduate Route visa (also known as Post-study work visa) that is valid for 2 years, and if a student has completed a Ph.D., it’s valid for 3 years. The validity of the visa is non-extendable, but being an international student you are allowed to apply for a different visa such as a Skilled Worker visa if your Graduate route visa expires. 

To apply for a Graduate route visa one must hold a Student visa or Tier 4 (General) student visa and the applicant must be in the UK when applying for the visa. You’ll need to pay the visa application fee that is usually £700 in addition to the healthcare surcharge of  £624 for each year you will be staying in the UK.

Furthermore, when applying for a Graduate route visa you would need:

  • A Passport
  • Biometric Residence Permit (BRP)
  • Your Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) reference number

Step-by-step guide to study in the UK

  1. Register yourself by filling the enquiry form on this page and get a free counselling session with our education counsellor. Get some insights based on your preferences.
  2. Apply to institutions with our help (we have great working relationships with UK universities)
  3. Sit for IELTS or any applicable examinations
  4. Receive institution offer letter
  5. Pay tuition fee
  6. Prepare & lodge visa documents
  7. Undergo medical & biometric examination
  8. Collect visa grant letter
  9. Pre-departure briefing
  10. Purchase of flight tickets & go!

UK University Partnerships

(Few of our featured partners, Click to explore the university’s profile)
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UK Education Info and Intakes

Intakes: January, April*, September, November*
*Usually for pathway programmes
Application Deadline: By Dec (Jan Intake)
By Mar (Apr Intake)
By Aug (Sept Intake)
Entry Requirement: For O-Levels & SPM Graduates. At least 16 years old
Duration: 1-1.5 Years Full-time
English Requirement: IELTS 5.0 or equivalent
Tuition Fees:

Average Range from £16,000 ~ £18,000

*Subject to University & Course

Scholarships: Range from £1,000 ~ £6,000 (*T&C Apply)
Pre-U Progression: Most pathways providers are tied to dedicated universities. Consult us for more insights.
Intakes: September
Application Deadline: By Aug (Sept Intake)
Entry Requirement: Subjects to Universities and Courses, contact us to understand more
Duration: 3 Years Full-time
English Requirement:

IELTS 5.5 - 7.5 or equivalent

*Subjects to Universities and Course Requirements

Tuition Fees:

Average Range from £13,000 ~ £25,000 /year

*Subject to University & Course

Scholarships:

Range from £1,000 ~ £3,000 (*T&C Apply)

Post study work visa: 2 Years Post Study Work Visa
Intakes: January & September
Application Deadline:

By Dec (Jan Intake)

By Aug (Sept Intake)

Entry Requirement: Subjects to Universities and Courses.
Contact us to find out more
Duration: 1 - 3 Years Full-time
English Requirement: IELTS 6 and above or equivalent
Subjects to Universities and Course Requirements
Tuition Fees:

Average Range from £16,000 ~ £28,000 /year

*Subject to University & Course

Scholarships: Range from £1,000 ~ £3,000 (*T&C Apply)
Post study work visa: 2 Years Post Study Work Visa

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the living cost in the UK for international students?

The average cost of living in the UK for international students is around £10,000 – £15,000 per year. However, income from work will help to reduce your expenses while studying in the UK as you can work part-time during the semester for 20 hours per week and work full-time during semester break.

Our Services

Any part of the stages above requires an extensive amount of research and effort. Why not reach out to a specialist like us to assist you in the process? Our services range from:

  • Finding the right university
  • Course Recommendation
  • Credit Transfer Assistance
  • Scholarships Matching
  • University Applications
  • Student Visa Application
  • Student Accommodations

We see your potential and help you to study in UK that adds significant value to your future.

Our international education counsellors proactively guide and support the international students in choosing the top-ranking universities and the best courses to achieve their career goal. We make sure our students are provided with personalised support when applying to study in UK.

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