Yes, you can apply for UK universities without IELTS. But, it depends on satisfying few entry criteria/conditions. Every university will have their own set of entry requirements and procedures. If you have scored more than 65% of marks in your Standard 12th/Intermediate/Higher Secondary/CBSE English subject then you may be considered for some universities without IELTS. Some universities may ask for 70% or 80% of marks in Standard 12th English subject. Some will only consider CBSE students. If you do not have 65% or above then you may need to take IELTS or any acceptable English language exams to get admissions in the UK universities.
In some case even if you have secured more than 65% or 80% in your standard 12th English subject but having an academic gap of more than 5 years then the university may not accept you without IELTS or any other English Language exams. For some universities IELTS is mandatory irrespective of your Standard 12th English Subject marks or gap years or medium of study.
You can start your overseas education process, once you complete your HSC or Under graduation.
Have gained enough experience to pursue management courses need to hone your skills through higher education want to experience a new environment for academics and work and many more. It depends purely on the student’s mindset.
Making applications earlier will get you scholarships that are on first come first serve basis. Academic background and early fee payments are also considered for scholarships. Choosing universities & accommodation outside London saves you a lot of money
The UK education system allows you to complete a postgraduate course in one year. In the UK, most Universities will give more weightage to the final examination or assignment rather than breaking it into different equal parts and asking the students to complete it.
Most of the classes were taught with practical sessions and seminars will be given by the experienced faculties who are currently working in the respective field. The UK’s education system focuses more on practical classes which includes internships, work placement, etc.
International tuition fees start around £12,000 and going up to more than £25,000 per year. Medical degrees will have fee more than £35,000 per year. For accommodation you will need a minimum of £9,207 to £12,007 per year.
Many universities provide courses with less tuition fee when compared with some of the universities in the UK. We will suggest universities based on your preferences only. However, you will be able to apply to the universities only if you are eligible.
SOP is mainly used to assess your English writing skills and to know about your knowledge in the course that you have chosen and your career plans. Letter of recommendation: Any of your supervisor should recommend you that you are eligible to study in abroad.
Application rejection happens only if there are any fake documents produced. We ensure that the following things are taken care to avoid rejection.
Other academic eligibility
Suggesting related courses (No cross major degrees are allowed)
Real reasons for the gap years if student has any
English exams are the most common entry requirement needed for all the UK Universities. IELTS, PTE, TOEFL, etc. are few of the accepted English exams.
Also, some courses related to art, photography, etc. and Management courses may have different entry requirements. To check the eligibility / exams needed, you have to check the course page in university website.
Taking any kind of English exam, depends purely on the university that you choose to study. Check the course page in university website to know about international requirements.
Admissions for January Intake will close by end of November. For September, you can make applications till July.
The last date for applications will be decided only by the universities and it may differ for each university.
We can apply for more than one course / university at the initial stage. However, if you have paid your fee and joined your course, then it is really difficult to change your course.
You have to request the university for change of course. We could not guarantee on that. The decision will be made only by the university.
Applications from students who want to return to university after dropping out will be assessed on a case-by-case basis. Students should contact the university admissions department directly and be prepared to discuss the reasons why they left their studies, and if they want to re-join the same course or whether a slightly different degree might be more suitable.
If you're hoping to go to university again, but a different institution or course, you have to submit a new application stating all the reasons for your previous drop out.
Gap years are not acceptable unless they have valid reason and documents to support it. You have a chance of getting admission if you have provided genuine reason for your gap years. And again, the decision lies purely on the hands of the university that you are applying.
A foundation is a one-year preparation course for international students who need additional English language and academic preparation for entry onto a UK university undergraduate course.
Foundation programmes are for school-leavers who have studied a non-British curriculum but wish to pursue a degree at a UK university.
Top-up Course: A Top-up degree is the equivalent to the final year of undergraduate study, and it usually takes one year to complete. As the name suggests, these courses enable you to ‘top-up’ an existing qualification, whether that’s a Foundation degree or another relevant qualification, for example, an HND, Bachelors, etc.
International students who do not meet the academic requirements for their postgraduation should take a top-up course.
Students who do not meet the entry requirements at school level should take a Foundation course before joining an undergraduate course.
A Bachelor student with no proper academic requirements should do a top up course before applying for post-graduation in the UK.
We focus mainly on the course and universities of your preference. For back-up, we will suggest and apply for some other universities as well.
If you have no idea about the universities, we will provide a list based on your academic qualifications, budget, location preference, etc.
The Academic Technology Approval Scheme (ATAS) applies to all international students (apart from exempt nationalities) who are subject to UK immigration control and are intending to study at postgraduate level in certain sensitive subjects like defence, mechanical engineering etc.,
The subjects are those where students’ knowledge could be used in programmes to develop Advanced Conventional Military Technology (ACMT), weapons of mass destruction (WMDs) or their means of delivery. These students must apply for an Academic Technology Approval Scheme (ATAS) certificate before they can study in the UK.
TB test report is the medical evidence which is mandatory if you are staying in the UK for more than 6 months. You'll be given a chest x-ray to test for TB.
If your country does not have approved testing centres, you’ll need to get tested in a neighbouring country.
We can guide you with all the process of admission and visa however we are not immigration advisers. Wherever needed, we get advice and guidance from OISC registered immigration advisor.
Yes. All the documents should be of A4 size. If not, scan and take a copy in A4 size.
Yes, you are eligible to apply. But you need to provide visa refusal letter & proper reason for the refusal.
The student has to show funds required to cover the living expenses while in the UK which may vary from £1100 to £1500 (needed for up to 9 months) based on the location of study.
Financial evidence from anyone other than you or your parents will not be accepted by the Home Office except from an official financial or government sponsor. The UKVI define an official sponsor as:
Your country’s government or the UK government
Any international organisation
Any international company
Yes, there are some procedures to take education loan which may vary based on the banks. You may be asked to submit the request letter to the bank for education loan along with the University offer letter and other supportive documents which bank may expect.
Once the loan is sanctioned, you have to get the sanction letter in the format that we suggest. Before getting the signed letter, you need to confirm with us. Because any mistakes in the letter can lead to Visa rejection.
We strongly advise you not to take time out of your studies to travel. Your institution may have regulations against this and UK Border Force Officers may also question you on your return if you are travelling during term time (and not at the weekend).
You should carry any documentation relevant with you when you travel to show to the Border Force officer if required.
You can only apply for a Parent of a Child Student visa if your child has or is applying for a Child Student visa. Or if they currently have a Tier 4 (Child) visa.
Your child must be aged between 4 and 11 when you apply, and be attending an independent school in the UK.
If you are a full-time student on a postgraduate level course (RQF level 7 or above) that lasts 9 months or longer you can take your partner / spouse and children with you as dependents.
Your parent, brother, sister or other relatives cannot be your dependents. Child Students cannot bring dependants.
A dependant partner or child should be one of the following:
husband, wife or civil partner
child under 18 years old - including if they were born in the UK during your stay
Visa rejections will be very rare. It happens only if the documents / information provided to us mismatches with the original. So, it's better to explain everything to us including visa rejections.
In some cases, visa may get rejected due to insufficient fund maintenance. So, the students are always asked to maintain extra funds.
Visa may get reject if he/she stays in the UK more than the time limit given in the visa. You should return / reapply before the visa expires.
If the documents provided by the student to the university and visa application differs there are chances for your visa to get rejected.
And Yes, visa rejection could cost you more than Rs.50,000