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STUDY IN United Kingdom

General Introduction on United Kingdom

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The United Kingdom is made up of four constituent countries: England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland. Due to its unique composition, and the UK’s involvement in World War II where it resulted in a mass immigration of people into the country, the UK is full of different cultures and nationalities living harmoniously together.

The country’s population is around 68 million. The UK has a rich education system that’s deeply steeped in history, with institutions like the University of Oxford being founded as early as the year 1096. Students will also be spoilt for choice — there are over 150 higher education institutions to choose from! For students who love cold weather, the UK might be a good choice, as temperatures are generally under 20 degrees celsius for the majority of the year.

The UK also has iconic landmarks such as the London Bridge, and Big Ben, Stonehenge, Buckingham Palace, and more. There’s plenty to see and do, so students won’t have a problem planning their weekends and semester break holidays.

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Study Cost

Please note that study cost subject to annual revision of tuition fee from respective institution.

Study Level Annual Tuition Fee (GBP)Living Cost (GBP)
Foundation £12,000 - £25,000Outside London £1023
Inside London £1033
Bachelor's Degree £12,000 - £40,000 (for medicine programs)Outside London £1023
Inside London £1033
Master's Degree £12,000 - £27,000Outside London £1023
Inside London £1033
PhD £13,000 - £40,000Outside London £1023
Inside London £1033

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Application Checklist

  • Copy of passport
  • Academic transcripts (from SPM onwards)
  • English language proficiency (SPM 1119/ GCE-O level/ IELTS)
  • Personal statement (why you would like to study the course and your plans after graduation)
  • Reference letters (Two is needed for Postgraduate application)
  • Resume (For Postgraduate application)