Based in Delhi (India), we are considered as the most trusted firm involved in providing United Kingdom Study Consultancy. UK qualifications are recognized and respected all over the world. It is the oldest established educational system & provides a solid foundation for all skills required to do well and succeed in a globalised world economy.
Why study in UK?
World Class Qualification
- The education system provides facilities such as international students societies, planned social activities, academic support, and academic counsellors. UK has one of the lowest 'drop out rates.
- Its quality is unrivaled throughout the world.
- Encourages relevant skills that are marketable and sought by today's top companies.
- The international alumni from UK institutions includes many leading politicians, thinkers and business people who have had an important influence on the world such as Bill Clinton (former President of the USA), Wole Soyinka (Nobel prize-winning author) and Imran Khan (cricket legend and politician).
- The sheer variety of specialisations means finding a course that suits your real interests, your ambitions and passions.
- Employers want employees who can think effectively, creatively and independently.
- UK institutions use a variety of teaching and assessment methods to encourage independence, as well as mastery of the subject.
- Students are expected to use the information they are given to stimulate their original thinking.
- Spring : Early spring is unpredictable and can bring either snow or warm weather. Temperatures for March (in England) average 9.3oC and rainfall averages 66.5mm. By the end of spring in May, the temperature average is 15.4oC. The amount of daylight increases at the end of March when British summertime officially starts. The clocks are put forward for one hour, giving darker mornings but longer daylight in the evenings.
- Summer : The summer months of June, July and August are the hottest but not necessarily the driest. The average August temperature is 69oC with an average rainfall of 66.7mm. There is more chance of seeing sunshine during the summer months due to Britainâ��s northerly latitude.
- Autumn : September is the start of autumn, temperatures start to drop and rainfall increases. By the end of September the leaves are falling from the trees and the summer is well and truly over. In November, the maximum average temperature is 9.5oC with an average rainfall of 83.5mm.
- Winter : Winter in England is generally mild with temperatures generally staying above freezing. Scotland and northern England get the coldest weather and sometimes heavy snow. The maximum average temperature in January is 1.1oC with an average rainfall of 84.2mm. Daily sunshine during winter averages 1 to 2 hours due to frequent fog and low cloud. Daylight hours are also reduced as the clocks go back 1 hour at the end of October. This results in the sun setting as early as 4pm.
Eligibility criteria for admission to various courses varies from college to college. However some basic requirements that are common are :
- Academic records (upto last qualification)
- Experience letter (if any)
- IELTS scores to satisfy English Language requirement.
Confirmation of placement at an approved educational institution :
- DD In Favour Of College
- Application form
- 2 Passport-size photo
- Valid passport
- Evidence that you have access to the necessary living expenses
- Evidence of sufficient funds for stay
- Visa fee payment
- Visa letter issued by the college (showing tuition fees paid)
Cost of study in UK
Subject Tuition Fees(Approximate)
- Arts, Humanities : Â£6,000 - Â£ 9000 = Rs.5,04,000 - 7,56,000 INR per year
- Engineering / Science : Â£6,500 - Â£ 11,500 = Rs.5,46,000 - 9,66,000 INR per year
- Business : Â£8,000 - Â£ 16,500 = Rs.6,72,000 -13,86,000 INR per year
Places Living Cowww.ais.ac.nzsts(Approximate)
- Places Other than London : Â£6,000 - Â£ 7,000 = Rs.5,04,000 - 5,88,000 INR per year
- Place Near London : Â£7,500 - Â£ 9,000 = Rs.6,30,000 - 7,56,000 INR per year
We represent the following colleges
- Citec London (www.citeclondon.co.uk)
- Halifax College (www.halifax.ac)
- Twin Group (www.twinuk.com)
- St. Patrickâ��s College (www.st-patrick.ac.uk)
- City of London College (www.clc-london.ac.uk)
- Meridian Business School (London) (www.mbs.ac.uk)
- University Of Buckingham s (www.buckingham.ac.uk)
- Angalian College (www.angaliancollege.co.uk)
- Oxford College Of London (www.oxfordcollegeoflondon.co.uk)