Once you have decided to study in the UK, your focus naturally turns to how you will be supporting yourself whilst here. For many students, securing financial aid is a critical aspect of whether they can afford to study at a UK university.
In an effort to make funding as easy to understand as possible, we have collated a list of financial aid, scholarship and bursary providers, public and private, who can help Indian students study in the UK. Additionally, our international application advisors can assist Indian students in finding the right financial package to achieve their dream of gaining a UK degree.
Public funding is offered by universities or government programmes, while private funding is often provided by independent lender programmes and large corporations, such as banks. Examples of such companies can be found below.
Each year, governments, universities and private organisations make a limited number of scholarships available to students who wish to study in the UK.
Because of the limited number available, competition can be fierce. Some scholarships are for students who cannot afford to study in the UK, and some are for academic excellence, but all will enable you to worry less about how to cover the expense of studying in the UK.
Indian banks offer a variety of loans which come with flexible repayment options, allowing you plan for the future accordingly. Repayments do not usually commence until six months after your course is completed, or when you find employment, and loans can cover the expense of tuition, travel, accommodation or other costs related to your course of study.
Do you want to take the next step and apply for student funding? Arrange a free consultation today so we can take you through all the options ahead of your stay in the UK.
SI-UK's service is fast, reliable and efficient. Their consultants are specialists, working closely with all UK universities and, through my consultants advice and application assistance, I was able to receive offers from my favoured universities.
Carla Termini King's College London, Accounting and Finance