The UK is a world leader in many areas of education including engineering, science, art and design, business and management, law and finance. The UK’s reputation and legacy as a world centre for scientific research makes it a magnet for some of the very best thinkers in the world. With only one per cent of the world’s population, the UK is responsible for eight per cent of global scientific publications.

The UK offers a world-renowned education system with qualifications that can make a real difference to your future. It attracts over 600,000 international students each year to a variety of programmes, ranging from English language courses to PhDs.

The UK education system gives students the freedom to combine courses and subjects from different areas of studies, so you can tailor your degree to your own needs and interest.

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Student life in London is incredibly varied. Even if you aren’t studying in London, it’s recommended by many people that you visit the city for at least a week or so while studying in UK. London is “the big city,” so there are always lots of things for you to discover and do.

If you’re into tourism, then make sure to hit up the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, the London Eye, the Horse Guards Parade, and Buckingham Palace. Make sure that you stick around for the changing of the guard! There are dozens of museums to go to as well. If you like culture, go check out the Tate Modern, the British Film Institute, and National Theatre during the day. Even if you’re an international student that’s living in London, take some time to be a tourist and enjoy all of the sites.

Do you want to enjoy the night life, like many students do? Then you want to make sure to check out the “West End” of London, also known as “Theatreland.” This end of London is where you’ll find some of the best theatres (both live and movie). Walk around and tour the pubs, bars, restaurants, and clubs. Night life in London is lively and exciting, so feel free to dive right in if that’s your thing. Pubs are a favorite of many Londoners, and you can meet a lot of friendly people by going to a pub regularly (they’re also known for having excellent food).


Day 1
Submit your academic documents and English Proficiency Certificates at Abstract

Day 2
Receive your Offer Letter within a week depending on the University/ College

You might receive the offer letter in a day or two as well in some Universities/ Colleges.

Day 3
After receiving the Offer Letter:

– Apply for No objection certificate (NOC) from MOE
– Pay tuition fees

– Prepare additional documents like Relationship certificates with sponsor, sponsorship letter
– Book an appointment for Medical from IOM and get the TB certificate from IOM (Kathmandu)
– Prepare for Credibility Interview from the University/College.
– Prepare the funds (Bank Balance)

Day 4
If the fund has matured for at least 28 days then, apply for CAS (Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies)

Required Documents for CAS :
1. Fess payment confirmation
2. TB certificate
3. Bank Balance Certificate and statement that shows funds are matured for 28
4. Notarized documents of Academic, Passport, IELTS, 2 reference letters
5. Relationship and sponsorship letter

Day 5
After forwarding the documents, the college/univeristy might take an Interview over Skype or Phone

It will take almost a week for the college/university to issue CAS.

Day 6
After receiving CAS,

– Fill up the visa application form online
– Pay IHS ( Immigration Health Surcharge) through bank.
-Book for an appointment for documents submission and bio-metric in VFS. Can pay in the VFS.
Student need to go VFS office with all the one set of documents with Passport
Size photograph.

Day 7
Receive your Visa Decision and make Travel Arrangement upon approval

How much bank balance is required for UK student visa?

Student needs to show 28 days bank statement covering 9 months of living expense & remaining tuition fees if any. If university is based out of London, £1,265 per month as a living expense. The maximum amount you will need for your living costs is £11,385.
For an example:
If you are studying on a 1-year Master’s course, your tuition fees are £14,500 and you have paid your £4,000 deposit plus an extra £2,000 towards your fees.
You must show £8,500 (£14,500 – £4000 – £2000) for your tuition fees and £11,385.00 (£1,265 × 9 months) for your living costs. The total bank balance amount you are required to show is £19,885.00 (£8,500 + £11,385).
During the 28-day period this money cannot drop below the required amount for even 1 day or you will not meet the Home Office requirements and your application will be refused. Your bank statement must be no more than 31 days old on the date you submit your visa application, this is the date that you pay the online visa fee.

Can I study in UK without IELTS?

Ans. A student can get admission in any university of UK on the basis of English marks attain in 12th standard.
Requirement for UK:
Without IELTS:
For Bachelors: Minimum 55 % or equivalent in +2 & at least B in English subject in 12th
For Masters: Minimum 50% or equivalent in Bachelors & at least B in English subject in 12th
Gaps: At most 3 years gap after +2 is accepted for Bachelors
At most 5 years gap after Bachelors is accepted for Masters

Can I work in the UK in a student visa ?

You can take a part-time job, work placement or internship alongside your studies in UK and the hours and type of work will depend on the type of visa and your sponsoring university or college.

What is CAS?

CAS stands for Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies. UK immigration rules require the University to sponsor your application for a student visa. You will need a CAS number to apply for a visa to allow you to study in the UK. Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) is a very important document if you are planning to study in the UK. Your institution will also send a unique reference number that will match up with your CAS. You must mention this reference number on the Tier 4 visa application form. The visa official processing your application will check this number and corroborating document to confirm that you have an unconditional offer from the university.

Is Bank Loan accepted?

Yes Bank Loans are also accepted.

Is Study gap acceptable in UK?

According to the universities, if you are applying for a master program, you can have maximum of 10-12 years of experience starting from the year you graduated. If you are applying for bachelor program, you can have maximum of 3-4 year of experience in-between. Gap is allowed, but you will be asked to demonstrate work experience for your gap years.