If you are not classified either under the home (UK) or home (EU) fee definitions, then you will be classed as an international student. Let us tell you that more than 500,000 international students study in the UK every year. With years of experience, our counsellors are constantly updated about all the changes and updates in the admission process. This helps us in providing step by step guidance to students
How to apply - You can apply to a university or college in the UK through UCAS which is the UK's national admissions service.
International students outside the EU and EEA (European Economic Area) pay full tuition at UK universities. Funding for international students in the UK can generally be divided into two categories: those offered by UK universities and those offered by third parties – usually governments, or commercial and charitable organisations, in a student’s home country.
These scholarships in the form of fee waivers are not that easy to avail as the competition is very high. Therefore, we will make sure that your application reflects excellence which will increase your chances of securing the scholarship.