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1. How long does the application process take?

2. What courses are available to me?

3. Do I need an English Language qualification?

4. Can I work while I study?

5. How can I finance my studies?

6. What is the cost of living in the UK?

7. Can my spouse join me if I study abroad?

8. Can you recommend a university or college for me?

9. Do you provide help with my visa application?

 

1. How long does the application process take?

The application process varies between universities, but you should allow minimum of 2 - 3 months.

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2. What courses are available to me?

This depends on your career choice, the courses range from Post Graduate to MBA to Degrees and Diplomas.

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3. Do I need an English Language qualification?

On most occasions you will need a minimum IELTS or equivalent as specified by the university, dependingon the course.

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4. Can I work while I study?

Yes you can, you can work up to 20 hours per week during term time and full time during vacations.

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5. How can I finance my studies?

You can make use of a bank loan, family assistance and/or working part time to fund your studies.

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6. What is the cost of living in the UK?

We advise students to budget a minimum of £6,000 per annum, with tuition fees on top of that.  This should cover living expenses including accommodation, food, transport etc.

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7. Can my spouse join me if I study abroad?

Yes you can apply for a dependant visa for your spouse and they will be able to work also under the terms of the visa.

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8. Can you recommend a university or college for me?

No we can advise you on a suitable institution depending on your own personal career choice.

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9. Do you provide help with my visa application?

Yes as part of our service we will provide you with help and assistance with your visa application and ensure all documentation submitted is correct.

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