United Kingdom

The British academic excellence is recognized internationally and is the touchstone for most educational systems in all states of the world, therefore the studies in the United Kingdom and Ireland, forming a solid foundation for building the professional future of each student.

  • Πρωτεύουσα: Λονδίνο
  • Επίσημες γλώσσες: Αγγλικά
  • Έκταση: 130.279 km2
  • Πληθυσμός: 53.012.456
  • Νόμισμα: Στερλίνα (GBP)
  • Ζώνη ώρας: GMT (UTC +0)
  • Θερινή ώρα: (UTC +1)
  • Internet TLD .uk
  • Κωδικός Κλήσης: +44

Applications for undergraduate courses are processed through UCAS. The Deadlines for the majority of courses are by 15thof January. For postgraduate programs, applications are made upon availability until the end of July.

To enter directly , without special preparation (FOUNDATION / A-LEVELS), to a British & Irish University a High School certificate is necessary, proof of your level in English, at least one academic reference, a very timely presentation of your profile (PERSONAL STATEMENT ) and a properly structured application.

The high level of education offered by universities in Britain and Ireland and the global recognition of their degrees attract students from all over the world.

Therefore, there is a lot of competition and it would ideal that candidates begin the collaboration with their academic advisors before the final year of High School, in order to have the time to take the right decisions and an adequate preparatory work.

As for the postgraduate courses, communication with us would be helpful during your undergraduate studies and not at the end, in order to have the time to ensure certain requirements of universities.

The duration of study for the first university degree (Bachelor) is only 3 years. The postgraduate degree (Master) can be obtained in a year. Thus, in 4 years only, a student can complete both undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. The doctorate usually requires 3 years, 2 MPhil, 1 more for PhD.


Students from EU countries have reduced fees in England, low tuition fees in Scotland, Wales and Ireland. Average price: £6,000 – £9,000 for undergraduate courses in England, £1,820 in Scotland and £3,465 in Wales. They also have the ability to get a student loan, which they will begin to repay, in parts, upon graduation and only when they have an annual income of at least €25,000 / year. In 30 years any loan that is outstanding will be cancelled/written off.


The student can choose to stay in university halls on-campus or off-campus. The student can also remain in a private studio, or at a flat that will share with friends or other students. In that way, living costs can be greatly reduced. The average rent costs around £400 per month. The living costs depending on the student and the area could be an additional £500 per month.