header
header

 

Some students opt for Management subjects, some go for Finance, some for IT, Graphic Design, Law, Fashion Design, some go for a Culinary Arts future, others go for miscellaneous fields like Marketing, Human Resources, etc – some students want to come to the UK after their Diploma course in India in order to obtain a UK degree. Some want to come for post-graduation after doing an Indian degree. A few want to come straight after school (10+2). In every one of these cases we arrange the admission and visa for you, plus if required we arrange the accommodation and ‘meet-and-greet’ service (pick up from the airport, and drop to your accommodation address (temporary or permanent).

  • Entry level for 4 - year graduate degree - 10+2
  • Entry level for final year of graduate (Top-up) degree – HND / B TECH or equivalent
  • Entry level for post-graduate degree/diploma – Graduate degree from recognised university
  • Other formalities – English language IELTS 6.0 (or 5.5 and you can enrol for 3 month pre-sessional course in English in addition to the normal course).

You can choose:
(Both are among the Top 10 in UK)

 

University of Huddersfield or University College Birmingham

  • University of Huddersfield offers Hospitality Management and many other subjects; they have hundreds of other courses also, while University College Birmingham specialises in Hospitality Management, Culinary Arts and other related courses like Tourism, Business & Enterprise, plus a few other vocational courses.
  • University of Huddersfield (who also have a tie-up with Taj Group of Hotels and are the best for Hospitality Management) have world famous business people on their visiting faculty/teaching staff. They are a  highly prestigious university, so they are slightly more expensive.
  • University College Birmingham are the best for culinary arts and have many world famous celebrity chefs amongst their visiting faculty/teaching staff. They are also well known for Hospitality Management. They enjoy 'University' status.

Admission Procedure

READY TO APPLY NOW?

  • Fill in your Application form and scan & email it to us along with all your testimonials and a copy of your passport (only pages 1, 2, and last page)
  • After scrutiny by the university/college you will be informed about the outcome of the application by email / telephone call
  • Once your application is accepted you will need to pay your fees by bank to bank transfer or by credit/debit card to the university's bank account (payable ONLY to the university/college concerned – under any circumstance please DO NOT pay cash or cheque in our name, or any other individual’s or representative’s name.

The course fee for BA (Hons) in most courses including Hospitality Management (University of Huddersfield) is £12,500/- but  there  is  a £2,000/-

 

scholarship available for self-funding students (those who are not sponsored by the Government or any Employer/company), therefore your fees would be £10,500/- less  £500 discount for full year's payment in advance, which means you would actually pay only £10,000/-per year (4-year course or 1 year for 'Top-up' students who have passed their HND/B Tech or equivalent in India). The full 4-year course will include 12 months job placement/internship; you will pay a reduced fee of £1,500/- in the work placement/internship year.

 

The course fee for MSc in in most courses including International Hospitality Management (University of Huddersfield) is £13,550/- but there is a £2,000/- scholarship available for self-funding students, therefore your fees would be £11,500/- less £500 discount for full year fees pre-payment, which means you would actually pay only £11,000/- (Intl. Hospitality Management is a 1-year course)

 

If you do your BA at University of Huddersfield and then go for the M Sc after that the scholarship available doubles to £4,000/-, so the M Sc cost comes down to £9,000/-

The course fee for BA (Hons) in most other courses  (University of Huddersfield) is £12,500/- but there is a £2,000/- scholarship available for self-funding students (those who are not sponsored by the Government or any Employer/company), therefore your fees would be £10,500/- less  £500 discount for full year's payment in advance, which means you would actually pay only £10,000/-per year (4-year course or 1 year for 'Top-up' students who have passed their HND/B Tech or equivalent in India). The full 4-year course will include 12 months job placement/internship; you will pay a reduced fee of £1,500/- in the work placement/internship year.

 

The course fee for MSc in in most other courses  (University of Huddersfield) is £13,500/- but there is a £2,000/- scholarship available for self-funding students, therefore your fees would be £11,500/- less £500 discount for full year fees pre-payment, which means you would actually pay only £11,000/- (Most Post Graduate courses are a 1-year course)

 

If you do your BA at University of Huddersfield and then go for the M Sc after that the scholarship available doubles to £4,000/-, so the M Sc cost comes down to £9,000/-

The Annual course fee for other University of Huddersfield programs :

Pre-Sessional English Programmes                             £850 - £4,500

International Foundation Year                                     £9,000-£9,500

International Year One                                                   £9,000-£9,495

Pre-Master's Programme                                               £6,450-£7,000

 

Undergraduate (Bachelors) courses:

(Scholarships available)

Computing, Engineering and Science                           £13,500

 

Accountancy &Finance, Architecture,

 Art & Design, Business, Combined

Honours, Drama, Education, English,

Health, History, Journalism & Media,

Law, Music and Music Technology,

Social Sciences, Youth & Community

(including the addition of a modern

language)                                                                           £12,500

Work Placement Year                                                      £1,500

 

Postgraduate (Masters) taught courses:                              

(Scholarship available)                                  

Computing, Engineering and Science                           £13,500

Accountancy &Finance, Architecture, Art

& Design, Business, Combined Honours,

Drama, Education, English, Health, History,

Journalism & Media, Social Sciences,                      

Law, Music & Music Technology,

Youth & Community                                                         £12,500

MBA                                                                                      £13,900

The course fee for BA (Hons) in most courses including Culinary Arts (University College Birmingham) is £9,300/- but there is a £1,000 scholarship available therefore your fees would be £8,300  less £500 discount for full year fees pre-payment, which means you would actually pay only £7,800/- per year (4-year course or 1 year for 'Top-up' students who have passed their HND/B Tech in India). The full 4-year course will include 12 months job placement/internship; (you will pay a reduced fee of £1,400/- during the job placement year)

 

The course fee for M Sc, and M A in most ccourses including Hospitality Management (University College Birmingham) is £9,700/- but there is a £1,000 scholarship available therefore your fees would be £8,700  less £500 discount for full year fees pre-payment, which means you would actually pay only £8,200/-  (1½ Year course incl. 6 months for dissertation).

 

If you do your Bachelors degree at UCB and then go for MA/M Sc there is a further £1,000/- discount; and if you pay your fees in full from the beginning of your course at UCB there will be a £500/- discount; so  in this case the fee comes down to £7,200/-

The Annual course fees for other University College Birmingham programs are listed below:

  • Intensive English Language                                       £2,500/semester
  • Pre-sessional Summer English                                   £900 (per block)
  • Further Education(pre-degree Programmes              £5,500
  • Events Management BA(Hons)/FdABack                                  £9,300
  • Foodand Consumer Management BSc (Hons)/FdScBack         £9,300
  • Hospitality Business Management BA(Hons)/FdABack           £9,300
  • Hospitality and Tourism ManagementBA(Hons)/FdABack      £9,300
  • Hospitality with Events Management BA(Hons)/FdABack       £9,300
  • Hospitality & Tourism Business Administration BA(Hons)       £9,300
  • International Foundation Diploma                                           £7,200
  • Graduate Diploma in Hospitality and Tourism                         £7,900
  • Postgraduat Programmes (e.g. MSc, MA)                                £9,700
  • Culinary Arts Management MA / PG Diploma                           £9,700
  • Hospitality Management MA / PG Diploma                               £9,700
  • Hospitality with Tourism Management MSc / PG Diploma       £9,700
  • MBA                                                                                            £11,000

Important Note:

  • Whilst the fees for University College Birmingham may appear to be lower, the cost of living in a big city like Birmingham is higher than Huddersfield
  • UK Govt. official ESTIMATED COST OF LIVING outside inner London is £7,380/- per year
  • The British Consulate will need to see that you have paid your full year’s fees and evidence that you have sufficient funds for the tuition fees as well as living expenses for the balance period of your first study course or else they could refuse your visa. They will not allow you to count future part-time work in UK when considering your visa application
  • The university will refund your fees (less a nominal administrative charge) if you don’t get your visa PROVIDED YOUR PAYMENT WAS MADE PAYABLE TO THE UNIVERSITY

Funding Your Studies
 

Studying outside your own country can be expensive and hence you should investigate all possible sources of funding. Many students will fund their studies through family or personal savings. Others will be fortunate to secure sponsorship from the University, government or charitable organisation. However many students are also funding their, or at least part of, studies through a bank loan and additional information is therefore outlined below.


Bank Loans
 

Most public sector banks and private banks provide education loans to students for pursuing higher professional or technical programmes abroad. The sanctioned loan covers university fees, purchase of books, equipment, travel expenses and purchase of computers. Other essentials like study tours, project work and thesis are also often covered by the loan amount.


Obtaining a Bank Loan:
 

Different Banks have different schemes under which they define the amount of the loan they can sanction, the rate of Interest, the time and mode or repayment and all. We must strongly advise you to consult different local banks in your home town for education loans and choose the best option available.

 

Private Company Education Loan:

 

For your benefit and convenience we have tied up with AVANSE EDUCATIONAL LOANS, a private company, to provide you with an educational loan on reasonable terms. They will fund all your fees, travel and other expenses including living expenses. However there is no compulsion for you to take the loan from them; you can exercise your right to take the loan from your own sources also. Just click the ‘Need a Loan’ link on this website for an AVANSE application form. Fill it up, scan and email it to us. It takes about 7 days to get an ‘in principle’ approval.

Documents Needed:

Listed below is a guide to some of the documents that you would need to provide the bank before you can avail of the study loan: Unconditional offer from the university as proof of admission to the course


Bank statements for the last six months, IT returns not more than two years old and a brief statement of assets and liabilities of the borrower Schedule of expenses for the course including accommodation costs, travel costs, food etc
Mark sheets of school exams and graduate studies that you have completed so far. For a more comprehensive list visit a bank near your area and check with them.


Note that official study loans are accepted by the British High Commission or the British Embassy as proof of funding to cover your tuition fees and living costs. However you may still be required to provide evidence of the security you have provided for this study loan


Repaying the Loan:
 

Students are normally given a repayment holiday or moratorium during the study period plus one year, or six months after getting a job, whichever is earlier. The loan has to be repaid in five to seven years after the commencement of repayment, this again varies from Bank to Bank so please check with your banks while procuring the Bank loan. Whilst you are studying your family will usually be required to pay the interest only on the loan


Where to look to find employment in the UK?


University Careers Office - most universities and colleges in the UK have well resources careers offices to help students to find employment on completion of their studies.
Printed Media - a very common way to find jobs in the UK.
Employment Agencies.
Career Fairs - These may take place in the city you are located or close by and happen at various times during the year.
What are British employers looking for?
Good academic grades from recognised institutions
Good communication and English language skills
Relevant training/work experience
An ability to contribute to the company to achieve its targets
An ability to work as a team member.

Print Print | Sitemap
© Catel Contracts International