The UK offers a famous educational system with degrees that can actually change your destiny. The UK has been the preferred choice for some of the most important minds in history. One in four world leaders has studied in the UK, so if you’re dreaming of achieving big things, you can be sure you’re in the right place in the UK.
Step 1 – CAS “confirmation of admission for study” .The first step is to determine whether you are eligible for a student visa. A reserved space at the college, organisation, or school you intend to attend is something you must be able to demonstrate..
Enough money to cover your tuition and living costs while you are a student in the UK (sometimes referred to as “maintenance or finances”).
Step 2 – Prepare your documents.
Step 3 – Apply online
To get UK Visa, you must register and set up an account on the official website.
Once you’ve finished filling out the online application, you must print and sign it. Use the online appointment calendar to schedule a time to visit the visa application centre.Once the process is completed you will received an E-mail of your application number.
Step 4 – Pay your application fee. There are 3 ways to pay your visa application fee.
Step 5 – Visit the visa application centre on the appointed day for a photo, and fingerprints. You must make and hold an appointment at the visa application centre in order to submit your application.
Your tuition costs will vary depending on the degree programme and university or college you choose. In the UK, there are numerous prestigious schools and universities, each with its own cost structures. The basic cost of learning is shown here.
Average fee (in Euros*)
Undergraduate bachelor’s degree
GBP 10,000 to GBP 20,000 per year
Postgraduate master’s degree
GBP 15,000 to GBP 24,000 per year
International students have access to on-campus housing options called Halls of Residence at the majority of UK universities. These come with full board or self-catering options. Some colleges also provide their students self-catered communal homes or apartments. On-campus housing is a particularly cost-effective choice. To guarantee a spot for yourself, you must apply independently and well in advance.
If such accommodations are not available, you may need to look for a room to rent, a homestay, or a localhost. The housing office at your university may also be able to assist you in this situation since they frequently have a list of accommodations in the neighbourhood.
Your checklist when looking for a place:
To be able to study in the UK, one must first obtain a valid study visa, which costs about £348. Please feel free to speak with your IDP counsellor for the most recent information on the visa application procedure, prices, and updates.
You should have the following documents before applying:
The average visa processing time taken by UKVI is 15 working days. A student is highly likely to get his/her visa decision in time for travel as long as the application is made in time considering the average processing period.
The UK government's most recent update on the Graduate immigration Route indicates that all international students enrolled on September 2020 intake can arrive in the UK latest by 21st June 2021 to be eligible for the New Graduate route visa post studies and avail the benefits of a two-year post study work visa and stay back options.
IELTS is accepted by UKVI at band scores 4.0 and above, equivalent to CEFR level B1
Although it is recommended to travel in advance by14-17 days before the course starts, UK universities are offering flexibility to Indian students for late arrival on campus on a case to case basis. Students can start with their online classes until they are able to join campus. Enquire from your SI-UK counsellor to learn more about how late you can arrive on campus after the course starts for your particular course and university.
Yes all students need to collect their Biometric Residence Permit upon arrival in the UK. Although students must collect the BRP cards within 10 days of arrival under normal circumstances, if they are unable to do so now due to quarantine regulations and covid-19 situation, they will not be penalised.