United Kingdom

The best universities in the world

Employability rate above 85%

Admission without the need for exams

Studying in the UK is an unparalleled opportunity – not only will you have access to an internationally recognized educational system, but you will also benefit from numerous professional opportunities during and after your course.

In the UK, you have the option to choose from over 65,000 courses and 150 universities without needing national exam grades.

British universities, consistently ranked among the top in international rankings, are known for their practical teaching and independent learning. With this approach, you can be sure that at the end of your course, you will be more than prepared for the job market.

Applications and Requirements

Completion of 12th grade

(some universities accept completion of 11th grade)

Motivation letter

2 letters of recommendation

Student VISA

English exam

Depending on the course, additional requirements may be necessary.

Applications deadlines


15 of

*Oxford, Cambridge, Medicine, and Veterinary Medicine

31 of

1st phase of application

30 of

2nd phase of application

15 of July to
17 of October

Clearing: filling remaining vacancies after the 2nd phase of application

OK Student supports you from the beginning of your journey until you are settled into your new university

How much does it cost to study in the UK?


Yearly average

Lowest value

6,000 £

Highest value

30,000 £

Cost of living

Monthly average

Lowest value

900 £

Highest value

1,400 £

The above-mentioned values vary depending on the university, course, city, and lifestyle of each student.


UK universities offer scholarships based on academic performance, financial need, nationality, and field of study. These scholarships may provide financial aid or a discount on tuition fees. Since each university is responsible for its own scholarship program, eligibility rules and conditions vary from institution to institution. The amounts offered typically range from £1,000 to £5,000 on average.

There are also international foundations that provide funding for international students. While the assistance offered by these institutions may provide greater financial support or even full coverage, the number of scholarships is considerably smaller than those provided by universities.

🏦 💰 European Union students, holders of Pre-Settled or Settled Status in the UK, may have their tuition fees funded by the British Government.

Job opportunities in the UK

Work while you study

International students enrolled in full-time undergraduate or master's programs can work up to 20 hours per week during the academic year and 40 hours per week during vacation periods.

Work after your studies

Thanks to the recently established Graduate Route by the UK, all newly graduated international students can live and work in the UK for two years (for bachelor's and master's degrees).

Partner universities in the UK

Universidades parceiras da OK Student no Reino Unido, UK

In the UK alone, we have over 100 partner universities. Click the button below to get to know them.

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