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Studying Abroad


In 2015 the UK was voted as the number 1 study destination for international students worldwide.


4 of the top 6 universities in the whole world are in the UK.


Courses in the UK tend to be shorter than in any other country, as a Bachelor Degree is only 3 years including Engineering (if eligible) and Master’s Degree is only 1 year including the MBA. Therefore, students get to save a year of tuition fees and living expenses.


Most universities in the UK (and that’s not available at any other study destination) offer students a year with- in their Bachelor Degree to work for a full year at any of the universities’ partner companies in a related field to the student’s study, and get salaries up to 20,000 GBP a year. Which students can use to study a Master Degree after their bachelor if they wish or pay the tuition fees of their final Bachelor year.


There are 3 entry points into universities in the UK, below is the minimum entry requirements in order to get accepted into a university in the UK.

• IB: 24 points or IB certificates
• IGCSE: 5 O-Levels, grades (A-C)
• French BAC: Starting from 8 points
• American Diploma: Starting from GPA 2.0 (no SAT required)
• Thanaweya Amma: Starting from 70%

Fees & Expenses:

Tuition Fees

Bachelor degree average tuition fees per year: £9,900 up to £23,000

Masters degree average tuition fees per year: £8,500 up to £20,000

Living Expenses & Accommodation:

Living expenses and accommodation per year starting from
£6,500 to £11,500


Foundation Providers


Coventry University London Campus

Keele University

Kingston University

London Lancaster University

University of Leeds

University of Strathclyde

University of Sheffield

Leeds Beckett University

Royal Holloway University of London

University of Huddersfield

University of Lincoln

Liverpool John Mores University

University of Surrey

University of Sussex

The University of Law

University of Leicester


Plymouth University

Portsmouth University

Birmingham City University

Hertfordshire University

Swansea University

Anglia Ruskin Cambridge University

Edinburgh Napier University

Robert Gordon University Aberdeen

Brunel University London


Aston University

University of York

University of Birmingham

University of Aberdeen

University of Brighton

City University London

Nottingham Trent University

UWE Bristol

University of Glasgow

University of Liverpool

Bournemouth University

Cranfield University

University of Salford

University of Westminster


Birkbeck, University of London

Queen Mary, University of London

Royal Holloway, University of London

Goldsmiths, University of London

Royal Veterinary College, University of London

The Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London

University of Reading

University of Hull

Coventry University

London South Bank University

University of Sunderland

University of Central Lancshire


City University of London

Glasgow Caledonian University

Manchester Metropolitan University

University of Manchester

Newcastle University

Newcastle University London

Queen’s University Belfast

St. Georges University of London

University of East Anglia

University of Exeter

University of Gloucestershire

University of Stirling

Oxford International Education Group

Bangor University

De Montfort University

The University of Dundee

University of Greenwich

Jacobs University (Bremen)

QA Higher Education

Ulster University

Northumbria University Newcastle

Solent University

Roehampton University London