United Kingdom

Study in United Kingdom
One of the most sought-after countries, United Kingdom is set off the northwest coast of France between the North Atlantic Ocean and the North Sea and comprises England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Home to the world’s oldest parliamentary democracy, UK has long been well known for the grandeur of its castles and palaces. Looking at the extraordinary blend of concrete and green, old and new, UK, from the very first look, comes across as a unique multi-colored metropolitan country.

Essentially covered with low mountains and hills, United Kingdom experiences the most unpredictable climate that can change over hours. Though it is perceived by many that UK suffers from the dull and gloomy rains almost all year round, it would be a surprise to them that there are brilliant spells of sunny days with temperatures frequently exceeding 30C. Summer temperatures range between 14C and 30C, while winters are cold at 1C to 5C, with isolated regional contrasts. The rich art and culture of UK is built on the foundation of multi-ethnic, multi-lingual and multi-racial pillars. Birthplace of the likes of Newton, Shakespeare, John Lennon and many other famous personalities, it has been viewed as the land of opportunities and people from all parts of the world have made Britain their home. Being the first country to have experienced the industrial revolution, the strength with which it galloped back then has certainly not slowed down. According to the 2007 estimates , Britain enjoyed a magnificent GDP of $2.137 trillion, reflecting the prosperous and flourishing lifestyle of this magical country.

Quick Facts
UK , London
London population : 316,064,000 ( June 2013)
Nationality: British
Climate: Temperate
Languages: English, Welsh, Scottish
Government Type : Constitutional Monarchy
Currency: British Pound ( varies between BDT 128 86 to BDT 134)
Calling Code: +44
Time difference: UTC / GMT ( 4 hours and 30 minutes behind IST)
Rest all the information will remain the same and changes have to be done in approximate tuition fees (GBP) :( Under graduation)
University: 9,500 to 13,500 per year
College: 3,500 to 7,000 per year ( Post graduation )
University: 9,500 to 14,000 per year
College: 6,000 to 8,500 per year

living expenses
London: GBP 9000 for 9 months Outside London : GBP 7200 for 9 months International students going for UG and PG are allowed to work part time ( for not more than 20 hours per week ) during term and full time during vacations. Student can stay in UK for 4 months after completing their studies and look for a job and if they get a job for more than 20,000 GBP per annum, then they can get their visa converted into work visa (Tier1) and work, else they have to go back to their home country.

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