Master’s in UK
Understand in details about studying Master’s in UK.
Wish to Study Master’s in UK? Our success speaks:
- 100% of our UK applicants obtain admissions to study Masters in UK
- Over 70% of our students secure admission into the Top 20 UK Universities
- Above 50% of our students also obtain admission to top Universities in the World while they are also applying for top UK Masters programs
- Over 50% of our MSc students obtain UK university scholarship on admissions
- In the last 6 years, 100% of our UK applicants have obtained their UK student visa. Our UK visa success rate in the last 13 years has been near 99%
Some quick notes to clear your most common queries for Master’s in UK:
Indian 15 Years Education Accepted:
All UK Masters accept applications from students who have finished their 12 + 3 years Bachelors in India. Thus, you can directly study an MBA in UK as soon as you finish your Bachelors in India.
Duration of Master’s in UK:
All UK MSc programs are of 1-2 year's duration in general including ‘Taught Masters’ or ‘Masters by Research’. So you can save one precious year and get in to the industry early. UK MPhil (Master of Philosophy) programs are of two years in duration.
Start Date in the UK:
Most MS programs in UK will begin in Fall (August), Spring (January) and May(Summer) each year. While Spring (January) is also fairly big intake, students must prefer the Fall (August) start.
Cost of Studying Master’s in UK:
Course fee for Master’s in UK ranges between GBP 9000 to GBP 21000 (Rs 9 lacs to Rs 21 lacs) for the full program. But GBP 11000 to GBP 16000 is what we find as the right range at UK Universities where most students are likely to get admissions. However, some Masters in UK like the ones at Cranfield University, London Business School, LSE may cost higher.
Work Experience Requirement:
No work experience is required to apply for Master’s in UK.
English Language Requirement for Master’s in UK:
IELTS test or PTE (Pearson) test is compulsory for most UK Universities although many Universities waive off your IELTS if you have scored well in your 12th English score. For IBDP students, where you have taken English at HL, IELTS is mostly waived by all Universities. TOEFL is also accepted by many UK Universities. However, TOEFL is not accepted when you apply for a UK student visa (Tier 4 Visa). These tests (IELTS, TOEFL, PTE) could be done within one month from the date you decide to take the test ie. preparing for the test, registering for the test, to appearing for it. If you need to register for the test or need help or coaching, you could contact us at +91 9000133877.
Time to Apply for Master’s in UK:
Best time to apply for MS in UK is October and November for the forthcoming September start. UK Universities mostly have rolling admission and UK Universities may accept applications until June. However, for a January intake, the best time to apply will be around October.
Work DURING Master’s in UK:
Students can work up to 20 hours per week during their MA or MSc in UK and full-time (40 hours per week) during holidays.
Work AFTER Master’s in UK:
You will be able to stay back in UK for two years to find jobs in UK after you have finished your course.IF you secure a job offer of or ever GBP 25600 annually,You can apply for a Tier 2 visa that allows you an extension to work in the UK for 3 years
Masters Programs that Engineering Students can study in the UK:
|MS in Management Information Systems (MIS)
|MS in Mechanical Engineering
|MS in Financial Engineering
|MS in Computer Science
|MS in Industrial Engineering
|MS in Engineering Management (MEM)
|MS in Electrical/Electronics Engineering
|MS in Structural Engineering
|MS in Biomedical/Biotechnical
|MS in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS)
|MS in Civil Engineering
|MS in Biotechnology
|MS in Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE)
|MS in Robotics
|MS in Bioinformatics
|MS in Information Technology
|MS in Environmental Engineering
|MS in Finance
|MS in Data Analytics / Data Science
|MS in Environmental Science
|MS in Marketing
|MS in Data Science
|MS in Telecommunication
|MS in International Business
|MS in Business Analytics
|MS in Aerospace/Aeronautical Engineering
|MS in Logistics & Supply Chain Management
|MS in Interaction Design
|MS in Chemical Engineering
|MS in Entrepreneurship
|MS in Material Science and Engineering
|MS in HR (Human Resource Management)
Then there are some other programs for non-core engineering background students:
|MSc in Design (Mdes)
|Master of Physical Therapy
|MSc in Public Health
|MSc in Architecture
|MSc in Health Administration
|MSc in Psychology / Clinical Psychology
|MA Gender Studies
|MSc in Interior Design
|MSc in Speech Language Pathology
|MSc in Light / Spatial / Furniture Design
|MSc in Fashion Design
|MSc in Fashion Management / Fashion Business
|MSc Cell and Molecular Biology
|MSc in Graphic Design
|MSc Cancer Biology
|MSc in Animation
|MSc in Creative Writing
|MSc Food Sciences
|MSc in Integrated Marketing Communication
UK also offers conversion programs. So for example, If you are interested in studying Psychology at a Masters level but did not study psychology during your undergraduate studies in India, there are conversion programs in the UK that will allow you to pursue MSc Psychology in the UK, allowing you to chase your dream!
UK also offers some unique programs at the Masters level. So for example, MSc Football Management, MSc Creative Industries, MSc Luxury Brand Management and such programs which help you carve a niche in your future career.
We have counselled 1000s of students and have placed them to some of the topmost UK Universities. Contact us today and we will guide you!
Admission requirement and stages involved for studying Master’s in UK:
Academic Documents – Transcript & Mark Sheets
- Your academic score is the key. You need to submit all mark sheets from 10th to final year of studies
- You do not need to wait for your final year or final semester mark sheet to arrive. You can yet apply to UK Universities and secure CONDITIONAL Offer of Admission. Later, when you have you final mark sheet, it can be updated to the Universities
- A transcript if NOT required to apply to most UK Universities
In order to get admission in UK universities, candidates need to demonstrate English language competency by scoring high in TOEFL or IELTS exams. In IELTS, the preferred score is 7.0 or 6.5 (out of 9). Both IELTS and PTE test dates are available each month. Learn more about TOEFL or IELTS
Statement of Purpose (SOP) for Master’s in UK
SOP (or personal statement) is an important part of your application package. The statement you write provides additional evidence of your intellectual and creative achievement. Such a statement is also the only opportunity for the readers of your application (ie. the admissions committee) to get a feel for you as a person as well as for you as a student.
The SOP is also the place where you can put your academic record into the context of your opportunities and obstacles, your long-term career goals and more.
Your personal statement should be exactly that — personal. This is your opportunity to tell a University about yourself — your hopes, ambitions, life experiences, inspirations, why study in UK, what attracts you about a specific UK University.
SOP should generally be around 1.5 pages long.
A well crafted resume goes a long way. It should clearly talk about your employment, education, and achievements. Generally, we recommend that your resume / CV should be should only be of one page. Here is where you can get a simple explanation on what can appear on a smart resume
Letter of Recommendation for Master’s in UK
A recommendation letter that highlight candidates’ achievements in academic or professional world would add great value to the candidature.
- It is advisable to get such references from one’s academic institution (professors / directors / project guide) or from workplace (reporting manager / CEO) if you have work experience after your graduation. Your immediate supervisor is generally considered to be in the best position to have been able to observe and assess your capabilities
- Recommendation letter should be on the letter headed paper of your College / Employer and should be signed and stamped. Your recommendation letter is NOT required to be in a sealed envelope (like in the case when you are applying to US Universities)
- Some UK Universities also accept an online recommendation. You will need to register the referees online (in the online application portal). Your referee will receive an email from the #BSchool and your referee will have to following the instructions to submit the recommendation online. While registering the referees, it is preferred to have the Institutional or Organizational email id (not gmail, yahoo, outlook, etc.)
- Most UK Universities will ask for 2 recommendations.
Work Experience Letter
Though work experience is NOT necessary for most UK University Masters, if you have done internships or worked after your graduation, then you include the work experience letters during the application stage. Take a work experience letter from all your work places.
Passport Copy and Immigration History
Most UK Universities will ask you to submit the front and last page of your passport. And, if you have previously studied in the UK or have undertaken any visits, UK Universities may ask you to fill an immigration history form.
The interview is usually the last step during the admission process. Most UK Universities will NOT do an interview. However there are some Universities where it is compulsory like Cranfield School of Management, London Business School. These interviews could be conducted by a faculty member or a staff or an alumni or a third party representative appointed by the business school. These interview are more often informal in nature and are meant for information exchange. These interviews allow university representatives to judge the candidates’ focus, passion, future career goals and personality.
Our experience says that interviews last anything between 15 to 45 minutes. These interviews may be through a telephone call or via skype.
Conditional / Unconditional Offer
After your applications are submitted, UK Universities will offer you a CONDITIONAL offer of admission. The conditions that you need to fulfil will be mentioned on the offer letter. It could be about finishing your final year of studies with a specific score or submitting your IELTS test score. Once you meet all the conditions, you will receive an UNCONDITIONAL offer of admission. This means you can move to the next step of making a deposit payment to the selected UK University.
Confirmation Of Acceptance For Studies (Cas)
Once you have made the payment, your UK University will issue a CAS which is the document that you need to submit to apply for a UK student visa. You much check if all the information in the CAS thoroughly before making a UK student visa application and get any errors rectified by the University.
Wish to study Master’s in UK? Here’s how we help:
Free Counselling for Master’s in UK:
We explain the complete process of studying in the UK. We assess your profile and understand your suitability to study British Masters. We suggest areas of profile development. We help you with your career path, goal setting, suggesting you to go through the right list of UK courses and much more. Our UK counselling and complete help is absolutely FREE of cost for students.
UK University Shortlisting:
Based on your interest area, future plans, career objectives, budget, location requirement and several other factors, we help you select the right UK Masters programmes you must apply to. We categorically suggest Ambitious, Moderate and Safe University options.
We guide you with your documents required for applying to Masters programmes in UK. This includes helping you build and edit the right CV, editing your SOP and scholarship essays, providing guidance on your recommendation letter content, and more. We are one of the leading overseas edu consultants in the country and our professionally made applications will guarantee you an admission.
Application to UK Universities:
We guide you through the applications to UK Universities where we plan the complete application, help you bring out your strengths, help fill out the application forms correctly, check the content, rectify any errors, and submit your application. This is followed by checking the application documents to be sent to the right department at the University.
Follow Up Counseling:
We are always there for you. We keep in touch with Universities and provide you updates on your applications. After your applications too, generally you are bound to come up with a lot of questions, and we will be happy to help.
Most UK Universities do NOT require you to do an interview with
them. However some top UK Universities like Cranfield School of
Management, London Business School would want to do an interview
round with you before finalizing your admissions. We provide you
with mock rounds and help you build your confidence, so that you
could establish to the University that you could contribute well
to their class.
Once your offers are in, we help you finalize on the right Masters programme that you must eventually pursue. Often students face a dilemma at this stage when they receive more than one UK admission offer.
We will guide on how you have to make your fee payment and get your confirmation from the University. We help you with your scholarship application and also avail of any education loans that you may require.
UK Visa Guidance:
We guide you through the complete UK student visa (Tier 4 visa) process including suggesting the right documents, documentation check, applying for appointment, preparing the visa application file, providing mock interview rounds and more.
We try to connect you with other students who are going to the UK or who are already studying there.
We guide you with booking of your accommodation in UK.
Other Value-added Services:
We provide a pre-departure brief (explain about life and living in the UK, their culture, how much money to carry, opening of bank account and other such valuable information), help you buy forex, book flight tickets, inform the University about your travel dates, etc.
Shortlisting the right set of Universities and editing essays is the biggest task where students face issues. We have always encouraged our students to join top UK Universities and with limitless discussions, we believe to have placed students to UK Universities that could have been their dream!