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UK Immigration Procedures
Recent changes to immigration procedures mean that international students now have a more streamlined route to studying in the UK.
Requirements to enter as a student
The requirements to be met by a person seeking to enter the United Kingdom as a student are that he or she:
  1. has been accepted for a course of study at:
    (a) a publicly funded institution of further or higher education; or
    (b) a bona fide private education institution which maintains satisfactory records of enrolment and attendance; or
    (c) an independent fee-paying school outside the maintained sector; and
  2. is able and intends to follow either:
    (a) a recognised full-time degree course at a publicly funded institution of further or higher education; or
    (b) a weekday full-time course involving attendance at a single institution for a minimum of 15 hours- organised daytime study per week of a single subject or directly related subjects; or
    (c) a full-time course at an independent fee-paying school; and
  3. intends to leave the United Kingdom at the end of his/her studies; and
  4. does not intend to engage in business or take up employment in the UK, except part-time or vacation work undertaken with the consent of the Secretary of State for Employment; and
  5. is able to meet the costs of his/her course and accommodation, and the maintenance of him/herself and any dependants without taking employment or engaging in business or having recourse to public funds.
 

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Visa Application Process
Entry Clearance Before Traveling to the UK
Entry Certificates
Changing Status
Bringing a spouse and children to the UK
Documents Required
Student Visa
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