Global Business Mobility / UK Expansion Worker visa
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The UK is home to some of the best Universities in the world and has produced some of the greatest brains in history. There are courses that range from conventional to the most recent. Almost every category of student is covered under one scholarship or the other. And post-completion of studies, you will also be eligible for a 2-year UK Visa!
The UK is home to some of the best Universities in the world and has produced some of the greatest brains in history. There are courses that range from conventional to the most recent. Almost every category of student is covered under one scholarship or the other. And post-completion of studies, you will also be eligible for a 2-year work visa!
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Yes, certain Universities in the UK accept the score in Higher Secondary / 12th / A Levels / IB of a candidate as the measure of their English language ability. A candidate with over 70% for the subject English in any of the above-mentioned qualifying exams can request the University for an IELTS waiver if the institution has this arrangement mentioned as one of the entry requirements.
UK Universities follow the European Education System where Master’s Degrees are only of 12 months duration. You may please note that three of the World’s Top Ten ranked universities are in the UK. This is a clear indication of the quality of training and reputation of its qualifications.
The UK provides its graduates with a Post Study Work option of 2 years where a graduate/post-graduate, after completion of their studies, can apply to stay back in the country and look for job placement. To get a Permanent Residency in the UK, one must be on a Work Permit / Entrepreneur / Innovator / Start-Up or related visas for 5 years.
Yes, you are allowed to work part-time up to a maximum of 20 hours per week. Part-time employment not only helps you in meeting a portion of your living expenses in the UK but also helps you in direct interaction with the society & local population, which would help you improve your communication skills. This experience will be helpful at the time of job search during the Post Study work phase.
Yes, your family can accompany you to the UK as your dependants. However, this option is available only for students on Post Graduate (Level 7) / Ph.D. level studies. However, spouse & children come under the category of dependants, not parents or siblings!
Irrespective of the country you study in, getting a work permit would highly depend on the skills you have attained after completing your studies in that country. If you have developed good communication skills & attitude needed to confidently attend an interview with a foreign national at the end of your studies, you have absolutely nothing to worry about getting a job in the country.
Many students have this misunderstanding that studying in the UK is a costly affair! Please be aware that the average yearly cost to study in a university in the UK starts from £10,000. This means that for a Master’s Degree from the UK, you would need to consider investing in 1-year tuition fee and 1 year’s living expenses unlike other countries like Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the USA, and so on where the duration of the program is 1.5 to 2 yrs.