There are several top ranking universities in the UK which is why admissions could be highly competitive. A top ranking university offers a range of Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses. You can also choose a subject-wise top-ranking university for studying in the UK.
You can apply for a top university based on Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF). TEF is an assessment initiated by the government of UK to recognize the teaching quality of universities. More than 40 UK universities are featuring in the QS Graduate Employability Rankings; the highest ranked being the University of Cambridge.
Application process of Studying in the UK
The application process for UK universities is simple.
- Choose the preferable Course and University. For the Undergraduate and Postgraduate study, you can apply through AHZ Associates for Universities and colleges Admission in the UK. You will be contacted by the authority to tell whether you have received an offer or not
- Arrange for your course fees; check for availability of scholarships and whether you are eligible for any of those
- Apply for a visa
- Check for accommodations and get ready for your stay in the UK
Fees and refund
Tuition fees in the UK depend on the university and the course of study chosen by you. International students are required to pay the ‘overseas’ tuition fees. Don’t forget to go through the university’s refund policies. Refund depends on the university rules and your circumstances.
The UK visa system is very transparent.
Visa application can be made specifying your choice of the university. A Student visa is issued if you are applying for a full-time course in the UK. There is no visa issuance for any part-time study in the UK. Your eligibility for the visa is determined by a Point-based objective system.
Universities give the international students prior and on-arrival information.
Keep your passport and visa letter safe. Keep the letter from the university and your accommodation details ready with you as these will be checked at the airport on arrival.