United Kingdom

You can study in a way that fits your lifestyle and professional goals thanks to the UK education system’s flexibility. When you study in the UK, you’ll meet people from many nationalities who will share their cultural experiences and open up your mind to new ideals.


Top universities, The UK is vibrant and diverse, Expert support for international students, Improve your English skills, Thousands of subject options, Excellent graduate job prospects: work while you study, The UK is an interesting place to live.

  • Reference number and supporting documentation for the CAS (Confirmation of Acceptance for Study) application
  • A valid passport or other travel documentation
  • Proof that you have enough money to pay for your living expenses while studying there
  • Academic technology approval scheme clearance certificate (if required)
  • Tuberculosis screening (if required)
  • Passport-sized colour photograph
  • Assessment documentation

The cost of the UK student visa is £363 if you apply from outside the UK, and it will cost £490 to renew or change your visa, if you want to extend your stay in the UK.

Other Finacial Requirements can be explained during your consultation.

Student Visa Application Checklist International students, who wish to study in England, or elsewhere in the UK, will need to obtain a Student Visa that allows them to remain in the UK legally throughout their program of study. Applying for a Student Visa is not difficult; however, it is a critical step in planning for success as you prepare to study in the UK.

  1. A completed Visa Application Form.
  2. An original Visa Letter from your sponsor, which in this case is the educational institution where you have been accepted as a student.
  3. A valid passport from your home country that allows you to travel abroad.
  4. A recent passport-size color photograph that shows your full face without a hat, head covering or sunglasses, and taken against a white background. (Head coverings worn on religious or cultural grounds are allowed, but must not cover your face.)
  5. Your biometric details (fingerprints and photograph), which must be provided in person at an approved collection center.
  6. Proof of funds for accommodations and expenses while in the UK. This can be in the form of bank statements or a loan confirmation letter from a bank or other financial institution. If your funds are in a bank account, you must show that the funds have been in the account for at least 28 days.
  7. A Visa application fee.
  8. Students who plan to study in a Postgraduate Doctor or Dentist program will also need an original letter from their Postgraduate Dean and original transcripts or certificates showing your qualifications

When applying for a UK student visa, you must present proof of your command of the English language. This usually entails passing a reliable English language test, such as the IELTS test.

Your skills in writing, reading, speaking, and listening in English are evaluated by UKVI and vary by academic level. What’s more, your chosen educational institution’s (sponsor’s) English language requirements may differ.

As part of the visa application process, a UKVI officer may interview you. If you can’t have a simple conversation without the help of an interpreter, you may not be allowed to enter the UK, no matter how good your English results are.