There is a variety of courses  imparted in UK that is  available to international students.
  • Accounting & Finance
  • Aeronautical & Manufacturing Engineering
  • Agriculture & Forestry
  • American Studies
  • Anatomy & Physiology
  • Anthropology
  • Archaeology
  • Architecture
  • Art & Design
  • Aural & Oral Sciences
  • Biological Sciences
  • Building
  • Business & Management Studies
  • Celtic Studies
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Chemistry
  • Civil Engineering
  • Classics & Ancient History
  • Communication & Media Studies
  • Complementary Medicine
  • Computer Science
  • Counselling
  • Creative Writing
  • Criminology
  • Dentistry
  • Drama, Dance & Cinematics
  • East & South Asian Studies
  • Economics
  • Education
  • Electrical & Electronic Engineering
  • English
  • Fashion
  • Film Making
  • Food Science
  • Forensic Science
  • French
  • Geography & Environmental Sciences
  • Geology
  • General Engineering
  • German
  • History
  • History of Art, Architecture & Design
  • Hospitality, Leisure, Recreation & Tourism
  • Iberian Languages/Hispanic Studies
  • Italian
  • Land & Property Management
  • Law
  • Librarianship & Information Management
  • Linguistics
  • Marketing
  • Materials Technology
  • Mathematics
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Medical Technology
  • Medicine
  • Middle Eastern & African Studies
  • Music
  • Nursing
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Optometry, Ophthalmology & Orthoptics
  • Pharmacology & Pharmacy
  • Philosophy
  • Physics and Astronomy
  • Physiotherapy
  • Politics
  • Psychology
  • Robotics
  • Russian & East European Languages
  • Social Policy
  • Social Work
  • Sociology
  • Sports Science
  • Theology & Religious Studies
  • Town & Country Planning and Landscape Design
  • Veterinary Medicine
  • Youth Work
The main entry requirement for undergraduate courses is completion of the ‘A’ levels or the equivalent- Nepal’s Intermediate course in Commerce, Arts, Science or Humanities. Other than this a strong score in the IELTS is also necessary. In order to be convinced that you can afford the costs a college can ask you to provide financial documentation that proves that you are in a position to pay the fees and the living expenses.
There are three basic levels of study at universities in the UK. The application process for each of these is different so it is important to know which level of study you will be applying for.
  • Foundation Courses
Foundation courses give you an introduction to a subject and bring you up to the academic level required for starting a bachelor degree. The local high school certificate from some countries is not accepted for entry into a bachelor degree in the UK. Many universities offer a foundation course which normally lasts one year and enables you to progress to the bachelor degree.
  • Undergraduate Courses
Undergraduate courses usually last for three years and are known as bachelor degrees. Some courses can take four years if they include a year work placement or the opportunity to study abroad. Degrees for architecture, medicine, dentistry and veterinary sciences require five to seven years of study. A UK degree is equivalent to a bachelor's in the USA and is accepted by universities and employers around the world. There are different types of bachelor degrees: BA (Bachelor of Arts), BSc (Bachelor of Science), BEd (Bachelor of Education), BEng (Bachelor of Engineering), LLB (Bachelor of Law), MB BS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery).
  • Postgraduate Courses
To study a postgraduate course, you are usually required to have completed an undergraduate degree first. Postgraduate courses are split into "taught" or "research" courses: Taught courses result in the award of Diplomas, Certificates and Master's degrees (MSc, MA, MBA, LLM, MDS) Research courses result in the award of some Master's Degrees (MRes, MPhil) and Doctorates (PhD)
Schools in the United Kingdom are reasonably priced with tuition starting at 2000 pounds per year at most smaller colleges which run Diploma courses that lead up to a University degree. The better schools will charge up to 5000 pounds and more tuition per year for the above courses and conventional courses. The cost of tuition in the UK will vary depending on a great many number of factors. Things such as the location of the school, the type of course you plan to attend, the length of the course, etc... will all have a bearing on how much it will cost at the end of the day. To give you a simple guide we have put some numbers together which show you how much it could cost you for ESL courses and then degree programs. Other courses and schools, such as those that offer A-levels and GCSE's vary so much that we encourage you to contact schools to find this information. • ESL Programs English as a second language course will generally in the region of £100 to £200 per week - but this can rise up to £1,000 per week if you include things like meals, accommodation, etc... that some schools will arrange for you. The best advice for ESL schools is to do your research and find a school that is in a good location, offers good student support and have low class numbers. Although London will be an attraction for many students it will be more expensive, so try and look further a field - you will get to see more of the UK if you do this also. • Undergraduate Degree University fees for international students vary in the same way that ESL program fees vary. It is dependent on the course, the location of the university, etc... As a guideline you can expect to pay between £6,000 and £9,000/ year for courses. If your course is specialized, such as a clinical program for doctors, this can be as much as £18,000 per year. You will have to factor in that most university degrees last for 3 years, and 4 year sandwich programs are becoming a lot more popular.

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