Admission Process for MS in UK

Admission Process for  MS in UK

Students for MS not only to UK but also countries like Ireland and Netherlands  is worth doing.

Firstly, IELTS (Academic) I feel is a better option - widely accepted and most find it easier.

Secondly, I would suggest for safety, look at other countries too (not just UK) even though UK would be your first preference. Visa clearance is in no ones hands really, and a college admission stands null and void if god forbid you don’t get the UK Visa. You must have options to fall back on without wasting a year.

Thirdly, if your profile suits the top universities, give a GRE (computer science) subject test along with the GRE general test for the top universities all over the world. Even if it is not mandatory, it adds an edge to your application.

Applying for MS is simple. Just visit the website of your desired university, fill an online application form and get the offer to study. There are, however, some prerequisites like IELTS and minimum GPA requirement.

After getting the offer you will need to apply for ATAS clearance to study some particular subjects.

The concerned university will guide you about the procedure. After that start the Visa procedure and fly to UK.

Have a look at these fully funded scholarship opportunities.

http://cscuk.dfid.gov.uk/

Commonwealth Scholarships

Commonwealth Scholarship Commission in the UK

Commonwealth Shared Scholarships

Chevening Scholarship

The British education system is highly valued in the world. Might I remind you that the British education system hugely contributed to the American Education system. Harvard was started by British people. So, you will learn a lot in a good way, and you will have a highly valued education degree.

Britain has one of the finest educational institutions in the world.

Skills you learn will be really helpful to you personally and to India as a whole.

How to Apply?
1.    Process of applying in UK universities can take up to 2 years so students need to plan ahead.
2.    There are several ways for applying in UK universities like:
1.    Advanced Placement Program (AP) :
1.    Students can apply for this program while completing their secondary education. In this program student will have universities level courses and exams where he/she has to earn college credit.
2.    This program and its credit score is recognized by many foreign universities for admission
3.    Universities or colleges in abroad gives placement to those candidates who have a score of 3 or above n a scale of 5 as it shows that you have a mastered level knowledge and skills while still in high school.

2.    Taking the  Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) :


1.     Some foreign colleges and universities consider SAT score for admissions.
2.     Along with SAT score there are other factors which are considered by foreign universities for admission like High school GPA, Academic transcript, letter of recommendation (LoR), Interviews and personal essays.
3.    There are 3 sections in SAT exams namely, maths, reading and writing and minimums +score is 400 and maximum 1600.
4.    The best practice for the SAT is the PSAT 8/9PSAT/NMSQT, and PSAT 10. These tests measure the same skills and knowledge as the SAT.

3.    Financial Planning :

1.    Merit based Scholarship
Scholarship are provided on the basis of various criteria like academics, achievements, hobbies, Talents, affiliations with various groups or career aspirations.
ü Scholarship by Universities
There are many universities in abroad which provides scholarship to the students so that they can study in that university. Different universities have different criteria for providing scholarship like academic excellence, certain age limit etc.
For example: In Sweden, scholarship covers tuition fees, living expense, some travel grants and insurance or
In Switzerland, more scholarships are provided for PhDs as compare to those offered for bachelors or masters.
ü Scholarship by the government:
Foreign government as well as national government scholarships is available to the students who want to pursue abroad studies. Government has their own criteria and one of the most important one is the academic excellence.
ü Sports scholarship :
If student is good at a sport or is interested to be a part of any college/university team then on basis of their sports skills they can also get scholarships from college/universities and at times many local groups or organizations also offer such scholarships.
2.    Specific scholarships:
These scholarships are provided on the basis of a specific criteria like to on the basis of gender or minorities or physical disability, learning disability or health conditions etc.
3.     Need- based Scholarship :
These are financial aids provided to the students for completing their education who cannot afford study because of low income or if they have any disabilities.
4.    Student Education Loans:
The most common form of financial help is taking education loan from government or private bank and repayment starts generally after 6 months (grace period) from the completion of the course

·       Documents Required:

1.    Statement of purpose/ Essay
2.    Letter of Recommendation/ Reference Letter
3.    Offer letter
4.    Academic documents
5.    Work experience documents
6.    Financial documents
7.    Resume
8.    Visa form
9.    Other documents like
ü Passport Sized Photographs
ü Passport
ü IELTS/TOEFL Score Sheets
ü GMAT/GRE Score Reports
ü Visa Fee Receipt
ü Scholarship letter (if applicable)
ü Sponsor Letter
ü Family registration form (if applicable)

You won’t miss India so much in the UK. You will have a Bollywood film to watch every weekend in your neighbourhood theatre (you don’t have to travel long distances like in the US) and I assure you every High Street has a Indian restaurant (its mandatory for the Brits) and Chicken Tikka Masala is their national dish.

YOU will find a MINI- Tamil NADU in London (with shop signs written in Tamil), you will find a MINI-Punjab (Southall) and Gujarat (Wembley) in London, you will not though find a Mini-Andhra (because the Telugu population isn’t so unified or strong as the other groups are)

If you plan to go to the UK. You shall enjoy living in England. I recommend London. And if London isn’t possible then go for Manchester or Birmingham (plenty of Hindi speaking Indians and Urdu Speaking Pakistanis)

Since you don’t want links, I think this is all that I can suggest without knowing your academic profile and exactly what do you mean by “full details”. Under no circumstances can I suggest Universities to you without knowing what your academic background and goals are.

If you want to do MS the top countries where you should really focus are:

USA
Germany
Australia
Singapore(mainly NUS, NTU)
Canada

MS in UK is very expensive because it is very difficult to get any funding.  But it takes one year only to finish MS in UK.


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