Education Counselling

For all students interested in free online counseling, guidance, and information about universities, colleges, and everything related to Study in the UK, we are here to help you shape your tomorrow’s education and career. Get complete education counseling about courses you’re interested in, universities you want to be part of, fee structures, scholarships, accommodation in the UK, etc.

You can get professional study abroad counseling services online, without the bother to travel to our office. Just schedule your online appointment with our expert counselor and attend sessions individually or with parents.

Since we don’t want our students to make hurried decisions for study in the UK, we help them to execute or finalize their decision on their chosen courses and universities, we are the most trusted and reliable educational consultancy. 

You may have questions regarding Safety, Accommodation, Fees, Career Opportunities, Application Process, Document Required, Visa Services, Course Format, Course and University Details, etc. We provide free counseling, interview preparation, pre-departure counseling, visa assistance, and other services to assure that a student becomes a successful UK graduate.

Country Information

Population: Approx. 66.65 million

Capital: London

Area: 242,495 km2

Constituent countries: England; Scotland; Wales; Northern Ireland

Popular Cities: Manchester, Liverpool, Edinburgh, Birmingham, Bristol, Newcastle

Currency: Pound Steriling (£)

With more than 5,00,000 international students enrolling each year, The UK is one of the most popular destinations in the world for higher education. Choosing to study in the UK is the best way to expand your knowledge on the subject, meet new people from around the world, experience a new culture, and enjoy new experiences.

Many of the UK Universities and colleges make it to the table of the World’s leading education institutions. In the top 100 universities in the world, 18 UK Universities makes it to that list where University of Oxford and University of Cambridge being the top 2 universities in the world according to the Times Higher Education World Rankings 2018. The UK has a multicultural society with unique cultural diversity, languages, and faith. It is not just about studies, UK provides you the platform for you to learn new culture, language, job opportunities, enhance skills and so many things.

Selection of Course

Selecting the right course for University is one of the most important decisions you’ll make as a student. In the UK, there are more than 30,000 undergraduate courses offered. You need to be sure what best suits you. While choosing the course, there are a few things to think about including,

What subject do you want to study?

Before choosing any particular course, you need to have an idea about which subject are you’re most interested in. ex: If you like Programming and technology, you can choose Computer Science, Machine Learning, Information science, etc. According to your subject of interest, you can choose the right course. 

Where do you want to study?

After choosing the subject and course, you should select a university or college that offers the highest standard of course of your interest. 

How do you want to study?

When you choose the course and institute, how do you get the best out of it? You need to plan that and follow that route to achieve your goal. 

Career options and future opportunities

Just choosing the top institution not going help to flourish your career. You need to research future opportunities and trending career options. If anything is trending and you are passionate about it, choose it. 

What does the course involve?

There are a lot of similar courses. You need to go through the course content. If the course includes everything you’re looking for, that’s the right course for you. 

How do you find the right university for your course?

  • University rankings
  • The cost of travel from and to university
  • University culture and society
  • Student satisfaction score

Admission Guidance

With a bunch of courses offered in different universities, making the right decision can be difficult. The admission process looks simple but later you’ll realize that several formalities and queries need to be adhered to. These steps below help you in the UK study application process and maximize the chance of getting admission to the University of your Choice.

  • Get complete counseling from Shape of Tomorrow’s education
  • Select course, and University to study
  •  Start English test preparation
  •  Collect Documents
  • Start Application Process
  • Interview Preparation
  • Visa

Financial Estimation

These financial estimations are excluding Tuition fees and Accommodation costs. Tuition fees and Accommodation can go different according to the University and your course selection.
As an international student, you’re expected to pay around £10,000-£25000 annually where an undergraduate degree course lasts three to four years. Medical and Multimedia courses may cost more. Many UK Master’s degrees can be completed in one year so there will be lower tuition fees and living costs. For proper estimation, you can check course fees on the university website itself.

Here is your probable financial estimation in the UK.
The UK Universities provide a wide range of scholarships to study offered by the government, individual universities, independent organizations, and various charities.

Tuition Fees
Tuition Fees in the UK Universities vary depending on your home country. If you’re a home student, the UK Universities may charge up to £10,000 per year for an undergraduate degree. If you’re an international student, the cost can go up to £25,000. For medical degrees, you can expect up to £60,000 per year. The cost for postgraduate degrees tends to be more expensive than undergraduate degrees.

In 2020, the average student accommodation was £126 per week, which is about £550 a month. The average accommodation cost would be around £4,914 (based on a 39-week contract). At the end of a three-year undergraduate degree, you can expect the cost for accommodation around £14,742.
Students are likely to choose university accommodation services for the first year and move to private housing for the second and third years. The accommodation cost will depend on what kind of accommodation you opt for.
Other essential student costs. Depending on your course, the average student spends £30 or more on study material. For food, you’re likely to spend around £30. The mobile bill will cost around £15 per month. If you’re a Gym lover, Gym costs around £30 a month, you may also get a student discount.
Sometimes you may want to go on a night out which costs about £30 in total In terms of entertainment, for a TV subscription, it will cost around £150 a year, and a movie ticket costs like £10- £15. On clothing, you may spend like £30-50 each month but it depends on clothing habits.

Visa Services

We have extensive knowledge of the latest immigration rules and regulations. The shape of Tomorrows Education’s student visa services offers tips and assistance to its international students wishing to study in the UK.

We help you provide

  • Student Visa to enter the UK
  • Student Visa extension in the UK
  • Student Visitor Visa

Find out more about student visas here

Student Visa Application Process
To obtain a student visa to the UK successfully, you need to go through a few steps.
1. Free initial consultation
2. Collect necessary supporting documents
3. Collection and submission of online application
4. Book an appointment to submit documents to the UK visa center.
5. Communicate with UK visa services on your behalf.
After you submit all the necessary documents, an entry clearance officer would decide on clearing the papers for visa approval or they may call for an interview if needed. When you receive the visa, it is advised to check one’s personal details, date of travel, and the purpose of
travel. If you see any errors on the document, the visa office should be immediately informed of corrections.

Student visa fees in the UK
The UK Student Visa Fee Structure
Tier 4 (General) student visa – £328
Tier 4 (Child) student visa – £328
Short-stay visa for 11 months (English language course) – £170
Short-stay visa for 6 months – £89

Can I work on the student Visa?
Many international students in the UK do part-time jobs, internships, and placements. The number of work hours you can do depends on the type of visa you’re on and your sponsoring university or college.

Can you tell me about the eligibility criteria to get a Tier 4 visa?
You must have an unconditional offer from a recognized educational institute to enroll in a
course with a licensed Tier 4 sponsor and appropriate funds to support yourself and for your

If a student is going to the UK just for one semester, in that case also does he/she need a
Yes, Even if you are going for short-term, like less than 6 months, you can apply for a short-term
study visa.
Till when one can apply for a Student Visa in the UK?
Candidates can apply for 3 months before the start of their program and they usually get a
decision on their visa status within 3 weeks.
Where can I get the latest update on UK Visas?
If you need all the information regarding UK visas, you can visit this link.

Send us a message and one of our consultants will be in touch to discuss your student visa application.

Accommodation Guidance

The shape of Tomorrow’s Education counseling team helps those who are looking for secure, convenient, and highest-standard accommodation service in the UK. We are partnered with several accommodation providers around the UK so, whether you’re looking for a flat that can be sharable with friends or a private room, we will offer you the best choice of location and room type.

Casita and Uniplaces are the top and trusted partner that offers you the best rental experience in the UK for you.

If you need guidance on where to live whilst studying in the UK, arrange a free consultation with the SOTE counseling team.

Travel Guidance

As COVID-19 continues to cause trouble for international students even in 2021, students are not sure about when they will be able to return to their study destinations.

Before you travel to the UK or you’re already in the UK, you need to follow these rules.

To know about the impact of COVID-19 on international students, you can visit this link.

Career Abroad

When you graduate from a top university/college, there is a high chance of getting placements in top organizations. Choosing the right career after study is the ideal way to gain experience in overseas land, boosting your resume with a different range of skills in a culture that’s easy to integrate with.

What Kind of Job Can You Land?
Your university or college may offer an internship or work placement as part of your studies. Check out your University’s career department, counselor to see if there is any program they can help you join. If not, then you can look for your suitable career positions at similar sites such as National Careers Service or Prospects.
Get Career Counseling by our expert Team of Counselors from the UK. We evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the student and give the right information about Course Curriculum and Placements.


Universities and Colleges give first priority to safety as safety is the main concern for everyone. In case of any emergency, you’ll have access to various sources of contacts as an international student in the UK. You don’t have to worry at all as 24-hour security is provided at all colleges.

What to do in an emergency situation?

If an emergency happens, don’t hesitate to get in touch with your college authorities or call the toll-free number 999 or 112. The number can be used for fire, police, or ambulance.
If you see a gas leakage or smell gas, call 0800 111 999
Reach out to the 24-hour health helpline on 0845 4647
To get general information and report a crime call 101, no matter if it is small or big, always report a crime.

More Tips to stay safe

  • Keep your document and money safe
  • Navigate through city safe
  • Always stay connected
  • Stay alert when outdoors