Frequently Asked Questions

Actually, there are a number of reasons but let's mention a few. First, their courses are shorter and more intensive. Second, your degree will be respected anywhere in the world. Lastly, you can boast of a rock-solid foundation for success in your career.

Compared to many other countries, UK's commitment to quality education is top-notch.

They have inspiring teaching methods, state-of-the-art facilities, and outstanding research exposure. Also, their courses are high-quality and will adequately prepare you for your desired employment.

To study in the UK, the tuition cost most times fall within the range of £12594.46 to £18521.26 each academic year.

Of course you can get some good amount yanked off your tuition. Speak with one of our experts to work out something specific for you. Book Consultation

It's not compulsory you take IELTS before you study in the United Kingdom. However, if you do not have IELTS, you must meet a few prerequisites and restrictions while applying to UK universities.

So, it's advisable you have IELTS. If you are still contemplating, please contact us for clarity.

Your health is a priority in the UK and to cover for your medical bills, you need to secure a health insurance before you make entry into the United Kingdom as a student.

There are a variety of amazing courses to study in the UK. From engineering to biological science and from education to corporate management. The choices are widespread and you need to carefully consider what path you should follow.

As a result, we will walk you through on the best option and the right university for your choice. Talk to us for free.

Depending on your course, university and intending degree, you may be required to take GMAT or IELTS or even both to gain admission into a university in the UK.

Contact us to learn more about what's best for you.

Yes, as an international student you can work with a student visa. But note that you are only permitted to work up to 20 hours per week during term time and full-time when the school is on break.

Yes, you can. Some universities in the UK offer scholarships for international students to cover up their tuition fees. We will guide you on.

If your visa is a tier 4 student visa and you will be studying in the UK for not less than six (6) months, then you may be eligible for the same NHS benefits as UK nationals.

As a newly admitted student into a UK university, it is important you present a 28-day bank statement which covers 9 months of living expenses as well as tuition costs balance.

Basically, your account should ahow £1,265 per month as a living expense.

A UK government certified medical test from a UKVI-listed hospital is required for your CAS application.

First, a student visa application usually takes 15 working days to process. Therefore, after admission, it can take some 30 to 40 days before you receive your visa.

Almost all the universities in the UK usually conduct an interview before confirming your admission which also aids your student visa approval.

Usually, academic year commences in September or October and ends in June or July. For postgraduates, academic year starts in September and end in September.

Note: other programmes can have different start dates and conclusion period.

Prolonging your stay in the UK once you wrap up your programme depends on your type of employment, term of stay and Visa status.

Staying back after your studies might require you to apply for a visa extension or a work visa in the UK.