United Kingdom

Why Study United Kingdom


The UK education sector is elated that post-study work rights are set to be offered to international students for two years post-graduation, with enrolments from the 2020/21 academic year set to benefit from this new immigration rule.

Expand your knowledge, meet new people, experience a new culture, and enjoy new experiences.
• More than 395 universities and #colleges, offers over 50,000+ courses
• Courses are generally shorter than other countries, helping to reduce overall tuition fees and accommodation costs.
• Worldwide recognized degree, no of world’s top #Universities#research based #education #system.
• #Nmark Education will help to get through the higher education admission.
• You must aware key dates and deadlines before applying for different courses & universities.
• You will need to pay #tuition #fees so choose best fit as per your financial sponsor’s capacity and #scholarships options.
• The amount of money you will need to cover #living costs will vary based on where you study.
• You need to apply for a visa to study in the #UK, and there are part time work permit restrictions and English language qualifications ( preferred #IELTS) you need.
• First year students move to live in university #accommodation– but there are lots of other accommodation #options.

Overview

You can apply for a Tier 4 (General) student visa to study in the UK if you’re 16 or over and you:

Step 1: Check if this visa is right for you

You might be eligible for different visas depending on:

 

Step2: Prepare the evidence you need

Check what documents you can use as evidence

Prove your knowledge of the English language

Check if you need a TB test

If you’re doing a masters degree or above, you may need to apply for the Academic Technology Approval Scheme (ATAS).

Check if you need to apply for ATAS

 

Step3: Apply from outside the UK

Apply from outside the UK and book an appointment £348

Check where your visa appointment will be

You should get a decision within 3 weeks of your appointment. You may be able to pay more to get a decision faster.

 

Step4: Attend an appointment

You’ll be told when you apply if you need to bring anything to your appointment.

At your appointment you’ll have your fingerprints and photograph (‘biometric information’) taken.

You’ll be told when a decision has been made about your visa.

 

Step5: Check what you can bring into the UK with you

 

Step6: Check what you need to show at the UK border

Check what you need to show at the UK border

 

Step7: After you arrive in the UK

Find out how to get your Biometric Residence Permit (BRP)

If you applied from outside the UK, you’ll need to collect your BRP within 10 days of you arriving. Check your BRP to find out when you must leave the UK.

If you break the conditions of your visa you may not be able to return to the UK again.

You might be able to extend your visa once you’re in the UK.

Source: https://www.gov.uk/tier-4-general-visa

 

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