Moving to another country to study is a tough decision. It is financially and emotionally draining. However, you do not want the application process to add to the stress. We take that stress away.
You need to demonstrate that you have sufficient funds. These need to cover both your living expenses and course fees.
More importantly, you must first find somewhere to study. This institution should be recognised and issued with a sponsor license. The institution also needs to be willing to sponsor your Student Visa.
Your sponsor needs to provide a Certificate of Acceptance. Thus proving the offer of a place to study with them.
Further, you need to prove you have the requisite English language skills.
Many students legally enter the UK. But are then refused extended Visas because their learning institution is not recognised. To avoid this, it is essential to consult the right solicitor who can research this for you.
Moreover, the course needs to be recognised. Not only that, the course should involve 15 hours study per week. Alternatively it needs to be a full time school placement at a fee paying private school.
Students can change course without needing to change their Visa. However, changing institution or obtaining a Visa extension requires you to lodge a new application.
Farani Taylor can assist during any stage of your Student Visa Application. Also if you are refused we help with your appeal.
Students can work 20 hours a week during term time and full time during holiday periods.
Successful applicants are granted a one year visa. However, undergraduates are usually granted longer visas depending on the course duration.
At Farani Taylor, we are experts. We will work with you to ensure you application meets Home Office criteria.
If you need advice or assistance with lodging a Student Visa application. Contact us today on 020 7242 1666 to begin your initial assessment.