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This guide is for the Engineering or Post Graduate students or experienced professionals who are looking for further study opportunities in UK.
Think twice before you decide to study in UK. Ask yourself, why do you want to study in UK? Why not in India? What made you to decide and pursue the course in UK?
Do a thorough introspection and decide what is the course you want to do in UK that will help you build or take you to the next level of your career. Please do not try to study just for the sake of getting a foreign degree, that will not help you at all. If you are willing to get more exposure and you have good financial background and you are not in a hurry to get into a job, you can choose to study in UK. Remember your abroad education is not going to increase your salary. When it comes to Jobs, your career growth depends on how smart you are at your work, how professional you are, and how much leadership skills you have rather than, what is your background or where you studied. If you want to do MBA, it will make more sense to do with some Industrial experience.
Now you have decided and 100% convinced what course you want to do in UK, Good. The next step is to find the right University. Do a complete research on top Universities in UK. Click this link http://www.studyuk.hobsons.com and go through each and every University and see what matches your requirement closely. Yes, you have to do this extensive research and pick up 5 Universities that matches your need closely. Things you need to consider while selecting the final 5 Universities are as follows
- Course contents & quality of faculty
- Total cost of course
- Placement opportunities
- Reputation and history
Based on the requirements of these 5 Universities for your chosen course, prepare your eligibility requirements. Mostly it is TOEFL or IELSTS or Cambridge certification for English requirements, Statement of purpose, reference letters, GMAT or GRE scores. Most of the Universities in UK do not require GMAT or GRE as these two are more popular in USA than in UK. The extensive research you have done on Step 1 to 3 would help you write the statement of purpose.
Based on the University course time calendar, apply for the course on time. While waiting for the admission outcome, take a look at the UK Study section of the same above Hobsons guide for student visa requirements. Research UK consulate requirements to obtain a student visa by clicking
Once you get your admission card, appear for the student visa interview.
University website for international students would give you more information on accommodation, contact details etc. With that you are all set to go. Good Luck.