Congratulations! After a lot of hard work, you were admitted to a university in the United Kingdom. But before you can start packing your bags, you have to make sure you have the proper paperwork ready.
The amount of information may be overwhelming at first, but with a little organization, you’ll go through the entire process in no time. The following article is meant to offer a complete guide to make your UK visa application process as easy and less stressful as possible.
If you’re still not sure where you want to study in the UK, you will have to decide before you can start your student visa application process. After being accepted at a university, you’ll get an acceptance letter required for the visa application.
Here are some UK universities we recommend:
Brexit has created a lot of confusion, especially among international students who want to study or are already studying for a degree in the UK. But we’ll do our best to clarify the changes and who needs a visa to study in the United Kingdom:
Depending on the length of their studies, non-EU/EEA students need to apply either for a Short-Term Study Visa or a General Student Visa (also called Tier 4 Student Visa).
The easiest way to find out if you need a student visa in the UK is to use the online tool on the UK Government website.
These are the 2 types of visas for which you might need to apply to become a UK student:
There are two options for getting your student visa in the UK. You can apply at the UK embassy in your country or you can do it online, on the official UK Government website.
Depending on your nationality, you might need to have your fingerprints and photograph taken at a visa application center (to get a biometric residence permit) as part of your application.
To prove that your knowledge of spoken and written English meets British visa requirements, you will need to pass a secure English language test (SELT). You must meet the CEFR level B2 of language proficiency if you’re studying at a degree level or higher.
Exception: for students coming from certain countries, proof of English proficiency may not be required if they’ve completed a qualification equivalent to a UK degree.
Any documents that have to be submitted in support of the Appendix 8 form, which are not in English or Welsh, must be accompanied by an official full translation, which can be independently verified by the UK Border Agency.
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