UK higher education and qualifications have a remarkable international reputation and the UK degree is globally by international universities, top employers and government bodies, creating huge number of chances to get placed with leading companies.


  1. Universities in the United Kingdom have very high world ranking and world-wide recognized.
  2. British Education means quality education. It teaches you skills that are relevant and much sought-after by companies.
  3. After the United States and Canada, the UK is the most popular destination in the world for international students. International Students will have the best of time studying in the United Kingdom.
  4. British education institutions have a long history of welcoming international students. Each year about 300,000 overseas students come to the UK to study.
  5. The United Kingdom is a multicultural country that has never stooped welcoming migrants and visitors from abroad. By studying in the UK, you will have the opportunity to experience new culture and meet people from different backgrounds.
  6. There are thousands of courses available in the United Kingdom. There is hardly any course that is not available in the United Kingdom.

The UK visa is not too difficult if you are able to prove that you have enough finances to pay for your fees and living expenses

GECC is a reputed Education and Career Consultancy agency incorporated in the UK. We represent the leading Universities and Colleges in UK and abroad.

  • Profile Assessment
  • Documentation support
  • University Selection
  • University application
  • Visa Guidance
  • Interview-preparation
  • Manage affordable accommodation
  • Airport pick-up

You can begin within-depth research and taking advice on your study abroad plan. In light of these considerations, it is appropriate to start preparing beforehand for your abroad studies. An appropriate time to start working and gradually executing this plan is 1 year to 1.5 years in advance.

Depending on what program you are looking at, the entry requirements will vary for international students. For more information BOOK YOUR FREE CONSULTATION now. You can find it on our website - BOOK E-MEETING section. 

The most popular, and important international entrance exams for higher education include the IELTS, GRE, GMAT, SAT, TOEFL and LSAT. While there are subject-specific exams, most of these tests are required for admission to universities and colleges in various countries across the globe. At times, the need may be a combination of one or more of these and other tests/examinations specific to that country and its education system. Speak to our expert counsellors by booking your free consultation who will be able to help you with the details of these requirements.

Consultants help the students to assemble their document and counselling them throughout the whole journey to study abroad.  If you have decided to study abroad, you must consider consulting an agency initially to gain as much knowledge about the course, communicate with University, Scholarship, entry requirements and prospects of studying the course in a foreign country. 

You can set an appointment to visit our office in person with your all educational documents or you may email the soft  copies of those or use our ‘Apply Online’ facility on our website, After booking your appointment one of our expert UK educational counsellors will call you as soon as possible. You can also call us, Please check our Contact section for more details.

Statement of Purpose, normally known as SOP, is an essay that is a significant component of each applicant’s full admission profile. Basically written in 1000-1500 words, it gives a clear statement of your purpose of choosing to study a certain course at a certain institution. Writing 1st personal statement sometimes is very daunting. Our specialist team are highly expert on guiding you - how to write a personal statement/statement of purpose (SOP). We have been trained by a number of universities, the British Council, UCAS, and ICEF. 

With a Tier 4 visa, a student can stay in the UK for the full length of your course, and for some time (depending on the type and length of your course) after their course finishes’ Four months after the end of the course, if their course will last 12 months or more Two months after the end of the course, if their course will last six months or more, but less than 12 months One month after the end of the course, if their course will last less than six months and is a pre-sessional course Seven days after the end of the course, if their course will last less than six months and is not a pre-sessional course One month after the end of the course, if they apply to be a postgraduate doctor or dentist on a Foundation Programme. If they will be studying for part of a month, this will not be ‘rounded up’. For example, if their course will last 11 months and three weeks, they will be granted an additional two months after the end of their course. At the end of that time, they must leave the UK unless they have applied to extend their stay or switch to another immigration category.

Gaps in education are acceptable, provided student has relevant work experience for the same duration or some justifiable explanation for the gap (like medical reason etc.) 

20 hours per week if they are studying a course at or above UK degree level at a higher education institution; 10hours per week if they are studying a course that is below UK degree level at a higher education institution. They can work full-time during vacations, within the above limits. If they have completed their course and they apply to remain in the UK under the points-based system before their existing permission to stay expires, they can work full-time (within the above limits) until their application is decided.