Study in UK
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. How can I study in UK? What is the enrolment process?
A. The procedures for application and enrolment vary for each institution, so the best way is to contact institutions directly to learn more about specific application requirements.
Q. When should a Student apply?
A.These vary between study programs and levels. UK Agency will help you identify and satisfy the entry requirements of your chosen course. For each course you will need to meet a minimum English language requirement.
Q. Whether to choose a university based on ranking alone or are there other ways to make the right choice?
A.Choosing University should ideally be based on the course modules that suit as per the interest of the student. Rankings can lead your decision as a guideline but the parameters in different ranking lists vary.
Q. What English language tests are acceptable for UK student visas?
A.There are different tests accepted for UK student visa applications:
- Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)
- International English Language Testing System (IELTS)
- Graduate Record Examinations (GRE)
- Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT)
It is significant to know that for exam results to be considered, the test must have been completed no more than two years before the application is made.
Q. How do I read and understand my visa?
A. As soon as the student receives the visa, make sure your information printed on the visa is correct. If any of the information on your visa does not match with your passport information or is inaccurate, you need to contact the non-immigrant visa section at the embassy or consulate that issued your visa.
Q. Can I work part time while studying? How much will I be paid?
A. In case of a full time international student, 20 hours part time work is allowed during the term period and 40 hours or full time during vacations. On an average, a student is paid a minimum of 7-10 pounds per hour.