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Streamline your UK university admissions with expert counselling, from selecting the ideal program to crafting a standout application.


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Gain admission to your dream UK university with end-to-end admissions assistance, from personalised course selection to crafting a winning application.


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Unlock the best funding options for your UK education with expert financial guidance, tailored to your unique circumstances and aspirations.


Visa Interview Preparation

Ace your UK student visa interview with personalised coaching and expert advice, ensuring a smooth and successful visa application process.

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UK universities typically require successful completion of secondary education (equivalent to A-levels or the International Baccalaureate) with specific grades depending on the course and university. Some universities may also have subject-specific prerequisites.

Most UK universities require international students to demonstrate English language proficiency through standardised tests like IELTS or TOEFL. Minimum scores vary by institution and program.

International students from non-EU countries need a Tier 4 (General) student visa. You can apply online after receiving an unconditional offer from a UK university. The application process involves providing proof of acceptance, financial capability, and meeting other requirements.

Tuition fees vary significantly depending on the university, course, and your residency status. Living costs also depend on the location and your lifestyle. It’s essential to research and budget accordingly.

Many UK universities offer scholarships and bursaries specifically for international students. Eligibility criteria vary, so it’s important to explore the funding options offered by your chosen universities.

Tier 4 student visa holders are usually allowed to work part-time (up to 20 hours per week) during term time and full-time during holidays. However, working restrictions may apply, so check the latest regulations.

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