24 February 2022
Data released by UCAS has shown an 11% growth in the number of Indian students who applied for undergraduate courses at UK universities ahead of September 2022 entry.
In 2021, the number was 7,830, and in 2019, it was 4,690. Within two years, enrolment for studying undergraduate courses in the UK has doubled. The addition of the Graduate Visa for Indian students, allowing graduates to stay in the UK for up to two years as they look for employment, has also helped.
UCAS International MD, Des Cutchey, said: “This is a record figure for Indian undergraduate applications and a good indicator of how countries are viewing the UK as a higher education destination.”
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