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Both the quality of studies and qualifications hold international recognition.
UK Universities are the reference point for revolutionary developments in Arts, Sciences, Engineering and Business.

TITLES OFFERED BY UK UNIVERSITIES

The most common title of studies that UK Universities award at Undergraduate level are:

  • BA (Bachelor of Arts)
  • BSc (Bachelor of Science)
  • BArch (Bachelor of Architecture)
  • BEd (Bachelor of Education)
  • BEng (Bachelor of Engineering)
  • LLB (Bachelor of Law )

ENGLISH LANGUAGE QUALIFICATIONS

The most acceptable titles from UK Universities are:

  • - International English Language Testing (IELTS)
  • - Cambridge Proficiency
  • - GCE
  • - TOEFL
  • - A-Levels

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS FOR UK UNIVERSITIES

The Lyceum graduate can register in a UK University providing that:

  • - Have a good Apolitirion grade
  • - Have good command of the English Language

Also the graduates of I.E.K and International Baccalaureate (I.B) can be registered in a UK University.

DUE DATES FOR APPLICATIONS TO BE ACCEPTED

The candidates for Undergraduate studies in UK Universities must apply through UCAS by January 15th of each calendar year. After the deadline expiration date, special procedures have to be followed and H.A.L.O can offer solutions and advice. Some universities also offer direct application forms.


TUITION FEES What you need to know

What are the fees for UK Universities?

Almost all UK Universities have set the level at £9,000 per year for Undergraduate degree courses starting in September 2012. There are several exceptions , some academic foundation courses have fees ranging from £6,500 to £9,000. Also placement year students, as part of their course, will have to pay approximately £700 for that year.

How much will students have to pay back and when?

As is the case now, Undergraduate students will not have to pay their tuition fees up front.
The Government will provide UK and EU students with a tuition fee loan which students will only start to repay after graduation and once they are earning over £21,000 per year.


The amount that the graduates will owe for the years that they will earn over £21.000 is consisted of the 9% of the difference of the minimum income (£ 21.000) to their present annual income.


A degree from University represents excellent investment in a student's long-term future.
Fees should not be a barrier to our students; there are many generous support packages to help before, whilst here, and also after graduation.