Are you an Indian student preparing to study in the UK? Get your student visa questions answered here.
The UK is home to some of most prestigious institutions of higher education in the world, and it, therefore, is one of the most popular study abroad destinations in the world.
More than 26,000 Indian students come to the UK to study each year. Want to join them? Here’s what you need to know about getting a
Every UK higher education course sets its own entry requirements. These entry requirements are there to ensure that you have the right skills and knowledge to successfully complete the course.
You can see the entry requirements for each undergraduate and postgraduate course on the university or college’s website.
Note - All the above said documents should be Notary Attested Set require and any other language documents apart from English, should be translated into English
The level of English that international students require varies depending on the course.
From 6 April 2012, international students coming to study at degree level will need to speak English at an "upper intermediate" (B2) level. The UK Border Agency has an official list of the different English language tests available to you and what grades you need to achieve. This list also gives you guidance about the levels of English you need before you can study in London.
Most universities accept either IELTS (International English Language Testing System) or TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language).
There are also a number of other English language test providers, so you should always check with your chosen university which qualifications they accept.
Many universities offer English courses if you need to improve your English language skills.