EdUkation & Immigration Solutions has access to the top UK/Canada/USA universities, and studying in the UK/Canada/USA will not just give you an incredible, once-in-a-lifetime experience, but is invaluable for future prospects, and having a UK-based degree will open more doors.
Some of the benefits of studying in the UK are:
An Education System That Parallels the UK System
Specialised Degrees of Guaranteed Quality with International Professional Recognition
Supervised and Salaried Work Experience alongside Your Degree
Work Part-Time During Your Course
Remain in the UK for a Period after Graduation
Meeting, Studying, and Networking with People from All Over the World
Health, Welfare, and Academic Support
A Caring, Supportive Society
Guaranteed University Accommodation for at Least the First Year
The UK immigration rules affecting everyone who is coming to live and study in the UK are available on the UK Visa and Immigration (UKVI) website. You also have access to relevant information from the British Embassy/or equivalent in your country or their partner agency.
All students who are non-EEA nationals, and who will be studying in the UK for more than six months, will need to apply for a Student Route has replaced the Tier 4 Route. The Student Route falls under the UK's new points-based immigration system. Student ‘entry clearance’ visa.
You can apply for a student visa up to six months before your course starts.
You need to wait until you have an offer from a university or college before applying for a visa. Your university or college will then be able to give you a document called a Confirmation of Acceptance of Studies (CAS). To do this, your chosen institution needs to be approved by the UK government as a licenced sponsor.
You will need to complete an application and have it accepted before you arrive in the UK.
You will need to pay an application fee (£348 for students) and have a current passport or other valid travel document.
You will also need to pay a fee called an Immigration Health Surcharge. This gives you access to the UK’s National Health Service. Students receive a 25 per cent discount on the usual cost of this surcharge – so the rate for student visa holders is £470 per year.
Further information about visas and immigration can be found on the following websites:
UK Visa and Immigration (UKVI)
UK Council for International Student Affairs