First you need to register to apply using our online application service. Once you’ve registered, we will be in touch within 24 hours to arrange your initial consultation.
The cost of studying at a UK university varies depending on the degree and the institution. As the UK has numerous highly-regarded educational institutions, each with its own tuition fees, costs can differ greatly. For example Average Annual Tuition Fees for a Bachelor's degree can range from £13,000 to £32,000
UCAS is short for the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service, which handles the application process for UK higher education providers. It's a one-stop-shop for students seeking undergraduate courses, processing over 2.5 million applications each year. UCAS helps students search for courses, compare universities and colleges, and submit applications. They provide guidance throughout the application process and work closely with universities to ensure fair admissions. In summary, UCAS is a vital resource for students seeking higher education in the UK.
Student visa requirements can vary depending on which country the student is from and also from one university to another. We can provide you with the correct information to ensure no issues further down the line. In most cases, the students will be required to submit a proof of their language proficiency (IELTS, TOEFL) and also an acceptance letter from a recognised university within the country
Depending on your country of origin, you can still apply for a loan to study abroad. The USA & Australia have such loans in place, but these may be restricted to particular countries, courses and universities. We can offer you advice and assistance in exploring available options.
There are many scholarships open to international students, with varying levels of criteria to meet. They also tend to differ depending on the country in which you live. Some examples of these include: Commonwealth Scholarship, Saltire Scholarships & Chevening Scholarships
The cost of a Tier 4 General Student Visa varies, but a visa for the 2020/21 academic year costs £348, (about $450)
There are no General Education requirements in the UK like there are in the US and therefore the content of your degree will be fully focused on your major. For example, if you are studying History, you will only study History – there’s no need for an algebra or language class! Undergraduate degrees generally are shorter in the UK for the same reason too. Typically, they last for 3 years, however there are some exceptions that last 4.
Yes. On your Tier 4 student visa you can work part-time (up to 20 hours/week).
Yes. When you apply for your visa, you will be asked to pay an IHS (Immigration Health Surcharge). This will give you access to the NHS (National Health Service) for the duration of your master’s program. The IHS for a full-time master’s student during the 2020/21 academic year will change depending on the start date of your course. It will be between £300 and £470 GBP, ($392 and $615 converted August 2020). Once you have paid the HIS fee you will have full access to the NHS and all the benefits that come with it, free of charge.