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Admission Process for UK

Evaluation of profile

We will guide you in evaluating your academic background, work experience, and extracurricular activities to identify strengths and areas for improvement. This will ensure your application stands out competitively.

University Selection

We will guide you through the process of researching and shortlisting universities that align with your academic goals, career aspirations, and personal preferences.

Admission Processing

We will help you navigate the application procedures, ensuring you fill out forms accurately, meet deadlines, and fulfill specific requirements for each institution to enhance your chances of acceptance.


We will guide you in compiling and organizing essential documents such as transcripts, recommendation letters, resumes, and personal statements to support your application and present a complete profile to the admissions committee.

Financial Aid Operation

We will help you find scholarships, grants, and loans for your education. From merit-based scholarships to federal grants and private loans, we’ll guide you through the application process step by step, ensuring you secure the funding you need with ease.

Intakes in UK

Intakes in UK

The UK typically offers two main intakes for international students: February and July. Understanding these intakes is crucial to ensure you meet application deadlines and choose the best time to start your studies. Choosing the right intake can impact your program availability and application success, making it essential to plan ahead. Remember to check specific university requirements and deadlines for each intake to ensure a smooth application process.

  • February: This is the most popular intake and offers the widest range of programs and courses.
  • July: This intake provides another opportunity for students who missed the February deadline.
  • April and November: These are minor intakes with more limited program availability. They are suitable for certain programs and can be a good option if you missed the main intake deadlines. However, course options and availability might be more restricted compared to the February and July intakes.

Planning your application and start date according to these intakes will help ensure you have the best chance of securing your preferred program.

Why Study in UK?

Globally Acclaimed Institutes

Study at prestigious universities recognized worldwide for their academic excellence, cutting-edge research, and distinguished faculty, ensuring a high-quality education and valuable degree.

Post Study Work Options

Benefit from the favorable 3 years post graduation work permit that allows you to gain practical experience, enhance your skills, and potentially transition to permanent residency in the host country.

Affordable Tuition Fee and Living Cost

Enjoy high-quality education at a lower cost compared to other popular study destinations, with numerous scholarships and financial aid options available to help manage expenses.

Ample Work Opportunities

Access a robust job market with abundant part-time and full-time employment opportunities during and after your studies, providing valuable work experience and financial support.

Enriching a Multicultural Environment

Immerse yourself in a diverse and inclusive community, experiencing different cultures and perspectives that enrich your academic and personal growth.

Excellent Quality of Life

Experience a high standard of living with access to top-notch healthcare, safety, and public services, ensuring a comfortable and fulfilling life while studying abroad.

Study in UK

Tuition Fees & Scholarships

The fees outlined below are per year tuition fee estimates for most academic institutes in UK. They do not include additional fees for equipment, learning resources etc. as levied by some colleges & universities.

GBP 12,000 to 20,000

Undergraduate Degree

GBP 14,000 to 30,000

Postgraduate Degree

Our Student Testimonials

Aniket Matharu

Hi, I’m Aniket Matharu from Hoshiarpur, Punjab. I’m really grateful to AVF Consultants( for guiding me to get a chance to study in one of best modern University’s in the UK which is Robert Gordon University. I had a dream to study in the UK because of it’s high quality of education and more value. AVF Consultants made my ‘Dream Come True’. I’m very thankful to Mr. Alvito Fernandes for helping me so much. He helped me a lot in my visa process and give me proper guidance all the time. I had also done IELTS from their Hoshiarpur’s branch in Punjab and I got very good bands in my first attempt. Mr. Alvito and his staff (Mr.Taj, Mr. Sameer and Miss. Nazra) also helped me in preparation for my visa interview and visa application. They helped me so much in each and every step and were with me from IELTS preparation to Visa. It was really a dream come true moment for me when I reached UK and Robert Gordon University. At the end, I’m very thankful to AVF Consultants with their efforts and guidance. I am here studying BA(Hons) International Business Management in Robert Gordon University and I recommend AVF Consultants to all so they can also make your dream come true and will help you to make your future.

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    Study in UK – FAQ

    How much does it cost to study in the UK?

    The cost of studying in the UK varies based on multiple factors, but tuition fees typically range from GBP 12,000 to GBP 20,000 per year for undergraduate programs and GBP 14,000 to GBP 30,000 per year for postgraduate programs.

    What IELTS score is required for the UK?

    For undergraduate programs, an overall IELTS score of 6.0 to 6.5 is generally required. For postgraduate programs, an overall score of 6.5 to 7.0 is typically needed, though some exceptions may apply.

    What documents are needed to study in the UK?

    Required documents usually include academic transcripts, English language test scores, passport, visa, personal statement, financial documents, reference letters, and work experience (if applicable).

    Which are the best postgraduate courses in the UK?

    Some of the top postgraduate courses in the UK include business administration, finance, computer science, engineering, law, education, public health, and environmental science.

    How can Indian students study in the UK?

    Indian students need a Tier 4 (General) student visa to study in the UK. Consulting with expert overseas education consultants can help navigate the application process.

    Do I need IELTS if I study in the UK?

    IELTS/TOEFL or PTE scores are mandatory for most universities in the UK. Some institutions might accept other English language test scores or waive the requirement for specific cases, but generally, one of these three tests is necessary for admission.

    Can I work in the UK during my studies?

    Yes, international students can work up to 20 hours per week during term time and full-time during holidays and vacation periods.