SI-UK is committed to providing free independent advice and support to Indian students applying to study in the UK.
Our university consultants are fully experienced and trained by trusted university partners and the British Council, and are here to help guide international students through each step of the application process to any UK university, college or language school.
Our students' success rate is 98 per cent, compared to an overall international applicant success rate of only 55 per cent. With SI-UK, you do not need to apply alone.
There is an SI-UK service for everyone.
No matter which level of higher education you wish to study, we have a support team and a service to suit you.
A free consultation at an SI-UK India office will help you find the right university to apply to, along with advice on how best to fill in your application form. The Premium Service will guarantee you an offer from at least one UK university, while specialist services in Medicine, Art and applying to Oxbridge are also available. English language training with experienced teachers will ensure you reach your target score.
SI-UK consultants are available where you are.
SI-UK have 82 global offices in over 40 different countries who can support you via our online application portal. In India, our offices in Delhi, Bangalore, Mumbai, Pune, Coimbatore, Chennai, Jaipur, Ahmedabad, Lucknow, Hyderabad, Chandigarh, Gurugram, Indore, Kochi, Kolkata, Nagpur, Thane, Vijayawada and Nehru Place feature application consultants approved by the British Council alongside experienced IELTS teachers.
Are you ready to begin your application? Get in touch with us today to get started.
The team at SI-UK India look forward to hearing from you.
I sincerely thank SI-UK for getting me accepted to UCL. The MSc in Urban Development and Planning is extremely competitive, but the right guidance provided by SI-UK made my dream of studying at University College London a reality. The services were exceptional from beginning to end.
Rashmi Lakshanya Urban Development and Planning at University College London