International undergraduate applications to all UK universities are managed by UCAS (University and College Admissions Service) and Oscar Education’s professional university advisors guide you through the entire university application process.
How long does undergraduate education take?
In undergraduate study, most foreign students take a three-year undergraduate study that includes a combination of seminars, workshops and conferences made up of different modules. Some modules are optional so students can tailor their education to the areas of greatest interest.
While some undergraduate majors, such as science and engineering, can take up to four years to complete, accelerated two-year undergraduate studies allow students to complete their undergraduate studies quickly and find employment faster.
Types of Undergraduate Education
In addition to the standard 3-year undergraduate education, minor or double major programs require students to allocate their time to two different programs. This means more module choices and more job opportunities after graduation.
UK Undergraduate Admission Requirements
In general, UK universities look at students’ proficiency in 2 areas, Academic success and English level. Most UK Universities can accept a High School Diploma for university entry. As for Academic Achievement, students with a High School Diploma grade point average of 80% and above can have the chance to enter universities in the UK directly.
Secondly, Universities in the UK generally require students to be at 6.0 – 6.5 (upper intermediate) in the IELTS Academic exam for admission. While evaluating the application, British Universities take into account the reference letters that the students have received from their teachers and the letters of intent written in the “UCAS” form, as well as English proficiency and High School grades.
Most UK Universities can also offer direct first-year admissions to students who have not received an IB (International Baccalaureate), AP (Advanced Placement), or SAT education.
To our students who prefer us as Oscar Education;
- Letter of Intent,
- UCAS application,
- reference letter,
- Visa application,
- accommodation arrangement and
- We support you in everything from flight tickets.
can also contact us for detailed information about the preparation of the documents required for application to British Universities and about scholarships.
In the event that UK Universities do not directly accept first year students, the Foundation Program, which is a one-year Academic Preparation course, is recommended. These programs are offered by universities or by collaborating colleges. The courses taken in this program consist of subjects to be taught at the university and also help the student’s academic English development.
Letter of Intent: It is a letter that explains the reasons why the student wants to read this section.
Transcript: Chart of student’s grades in high school
Reference Letter: A reference letter to be received from one of the students’ teachers.
CV: A short curriculum vitae describing the internship and out-of-school activities that the student has participated in.
IELTS / TOEFL: The student’s English proficiency certificate (It is not required to be sent at the time of application.)
Where Can I Get Undergraduate Education?
For more detailed information about UK Foundation Programs, click here .
|University of Bradford||Bradford||A social university with dozens of undergraduate and master’s programs|
|University of Brighton||Brighton||An international university among the top 250 universities in the world|
|Cardiff University||Cardiff||One of the UK’s oldest and top 10 universities|
|University of Greenwich||Greenwich||Award-winning green campus, one of the most preferred universities in England|
|University of Liverpool||Liverpool||An excellent British university in the UNESCO cultural capital city of Liverpool|
|Heriot Watts University||Edinburgh||One of the oldest universities in the United Kingdom in the capital of Scotland|
|University of Sussex||Brighton||One of the best research universities in the world and the UK|
|King’s Colleges||Oxford, London, Bournemouth||One of the best schools in England where you can get foundation education before undergraduate and master’s degree.|
|London Metropolitan University||London||London’s largest university, founded in 1848|
|Oxford Brookes University||Oxford||One of Oxford’s best universities with a reputation for business administration|
|University of Southern Wales||Cardiff, Newport, Pontypridd||One of the biggest universities in England with 5 different campuses|
|University of Kent||Canterbury||The university, which is famous in the field of computers, is located in Canterbury, one of the cultural cities of England.|
|Kaplan International Colleges||London||Offers top-quality foundation programs before applying to the Top 20 British universities|
|Bellerbys College||Brighton, Cambridge, London, Oxford||Offers intensive foundation training for engineering, medicine or social sciences|
|University of Law||London, Manchester, Leeds, Birmingham, Bloomsbury||One of the best options to study Law in the UK|
|Birkbeck University of London||London||University with more than 200 undergraduate and graduate programs, founded in 1823|
|Brunel University||London||One of the UK’s most prestigious universities, ranked among the top 50 universities|
|Durham University||Durham||Founded in 1832, the 78th best university in the world|
|Kingston University London||London||The most applied university of any university in London with 25,000 students|
|Manchester Metropolitan University||Manchester||Among the top 200 universities in the world in the field of Educational Sciences|
|Middlesex University||London||London’s distinctive university with its deep-rooted history|
|Newcastle University||Newcastle||Russell Group university, which is among the top 150 universities in the world|
|Queen’s University Belfast||Belfast||One of the UK’s oldest universities with 2 Nobel Prize-winning graduates|
|University of Reading||reading||Universities with more than 300 programs that are among the top 200 universities in the world|
|Royal Holloway University||London||Founded in 1876, the 290th best university in the world, a member of the University of London|
|Sheffield Hallam University||Sheffield||One of the UK’s largest universities in the heart of Sheffield|
|The University of Edinburgh||Edinburgh||World’s 6th oldest university with 20 Nobel Prize-winning graduates|
|University of Aberdeen||Aberdeen||Ranked in the 1% of the world’s most successful universities, it is among the top 20 universities in England|
|University of Bristol||Bristol||Russell Group University ranked 49th in the World Rankings 2020|
|University of Gloucestershire||Gloucestershire||One of the UK’s popular universities offering innovative education on 3 different campuses|
|University of Leeds||Leeds||The 93rd best university in the world with one of the largest campuses in England|
|University of Sheffield||Sheffield||World’s second best university in Information Management|
|University of Sunderland||Sunderland,London,Tokyo||An international university with 40% foreign students|
|University of Surrey||Guildford||Leading university in Sociology, Psychology and Engineering|
|University of Westminster||London||A university in central London with many business alumni, award-winning MBA programs|
|London South Bank University||London||Lots of options in fields such as Art, Architecture, Engineering and Law|
|University of Stirling||Stirling||The university, which is one of the best in Scotland, has a very good place in the world rankings.|
|University of Swansea||Swansea||The university, which stands out in law and engineering education in England, has a department for them.|
|University of Glasgow||Glasgow||It has an excellent history as the 4th oldest university in English speaking countries|
|Nottingham Trent University||Nottingham||One of the best universities in England, dating back to 1832|
|Queen Mary University of London||London||One of the most preferred UK universities from which many famous British artists have graduated.|
|University of Portsmouth||Portsmouth||A port city university with 100 years of history in arts, social sciences and sciences|
|Bangor University||Bangor||Ranked in the top 20 UK universities for teaching quality and excellence|
|University of Plymouth||Plymouth||The university, which has been teaching since 1862, is at the forefront of health sciences and social sciences.|
|Coventry University||Coventry||The university in Coventry, one of the UK’s top 5 student cities, is a favorite of international students.|
|University of Bournemouth||Bournemouth||University in Bournemouth, one of the most preferred schools by Turkish students|
|University of East Anglia||Norwich||A prestigious educational institution ranked among the UK’s top 15 universities|
It provides undergraduate degrees at UK universities, world-class education, state-of-the-art facilities and global recognition by employers.
If you want to learn more about studying undergraduate studies in the UK, make an appointment for a free consultation .
The majority of students who receive undergraduate or graduate education in the UK stay in university dormitories or private dormitories, at least in their first year. Universities in London, Manchester, Liverpool and many other cities often guarantee students accommodation in their first year. The majority of students prefer to stay in dormitories in their first year in order to make an environment, get used to the city they live in and the university they study at. Again, many options such as homestay, rental flats and private dormitories are offered to students for accommodation solutions.
University dormitories are designed as single, double or 3-4 person rooms. Although single rooms are limited, they are the types of rooms that can be rented more easily by students who apply and pay early. Almost all dormitories have facilities such as laundry, television room, cafeteria and eating places. Some self-catering dormitories have kitchen areas where students can also cook. In England, university dormitories are mostly located on the university campus, but they may also be scattered in different parts of the city. Security is always at the forefront of the dormitories, which are generally easily accessible on foot, by bicycle, or by a single means of transport.
Homestay, which is the type of accommodation mostly preferred by students studying in the UK, can be arranged in single or double rooms, with or without meals, according to the student’s request. The student can be selective in many matters, from the pet that the owner keeps to whether he smokes or not, he can specify if he has a special diet about food, and the family accommodation can be arranged with the closest family that meets these conditions.
One of the accommodation types preferred by students who do not want to stay in university dormitories, who cannot find a place or who do not like their comfort, is private dormitories. Private dormitories, which may cost a little higher than university dormitories depending on their location and qualifications, can be 15 -30 minutes away from city centers or university campuses.
Flats for Rent
One of the most preferred accommodation types for undergraduate or graduate students in the UK is flats for rent. Generally, after staying in the dormitory for the first year, getting to know the city and acquiring the environment, apartments for 2, 3 or 4 people are rented individually or with university friends.
If you want to learn more about accommodation in the UK, make an appointment for a free consultation .