Study in Scotland

Scotland is a part of the United Kingdom and is well known for its studies. But before you make your decision, let us have a look at what Scotland has to offer. The official website of Scotland is a central hub to find all the offered courses. You do not have to rush through multiple websites to find a chunk of information, instead, you could directly go to their website and specify your filters in the search bar.

Employability:

Work during Study:
Depending on your Visa, you could work part-time to cover your daily expenses or you could find an internship based on your experiences. Most of the Tier-4 Visa students can work but there is a limit on the number of hours allowed per week. Consult the concerned authorities regarding this issue and keep your employer updated about the same.

Career Opportunities:
Scotland provides a wide variety of opportunities in every field including Healthcare, Teaching, Technology, Sciences, etc. All the opportunities (past and current), along with their terms and conditions, are listed on their official website.

Accommodation:

Majority of the universities provide a range of housing options for international students. Some of them include student halls which provide cleaning and catering services as well, independent spaces to give the freedom one needs or combination of these places to live, study and meet fellow students. These universities have a dedicated page for accommodation which is listed on the official Scotland website under the "Accommodation" tab.

Tuition Fees:

Tuition fee is subjective to the institution and the program (Undergraduate/Postgraduate, field, etc.). International students will have to pay a higher amount than the student coming from the European Union. There are different standards set by the universities depending on your home country. As the United Kingdom (UK) has left the European Union (EU), it could affect the funding and it is best to go through the official page of the UK government regarding studying in the UK if you belong to the European Union.

Scholarships:

Scotland provides a range of scholarships for all kinds of programs. Below are some of the popular scholarships and see which applies to you:

Study Visas:

Students from the European Union (EU) or the European Economic Area (EEA) including Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland, may need to apply for specific permits to study in Scotland since the United Kingdom (UK) is no longer a part of the European Union (EU).

All the students outside of the European Union (EU) will need to apply for a visa to study in Scotland. The kind of Visa will depend on the duration and kind of program one wants to pursue. The UK Government is responsible for managing the Visas as well as the immigration procedures, therefore, it is advised to visit their website for further details. Below are some of the well-known categories that might come in handy:

Top Universities:

Below are the top five universities of Scotland sorted according to the World QS Rankings (2021): The article only presented a subset of opportunities that Scotland has to offer. Hope it acts as a good start for a ton of exploration and Good luck for your future endeavours.


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