This guidance relates to 2-Year Graduate Post Study Work Visa UK for International Students. The Graduate route is for a Student in the UK who wants to work, or look for work, following the successful completion of an eligible course of study at UK bachelor’s degree-level or above. The study must have been with a higher education provider with a track record of compliance. Accordingly, the post covers the UK Graduate Work Visa validity, suitability, and eligibility (successful course completion, qualification, and study in the UK) requirements. Moreover, the post provides guidance on the CAS Reference Number and changes in the course, and how to digitally apply for Post Graduate Work Visa UK?
Study Visa UK
This category explains UK study visa requirements. The Student Visa UK has replaced the Tier 4 (General) Student as of October 5, 2020.
The student route is to study with a sponsor on a course of further or higher education, pre-sessional English course, recognised foundation programme, and to take an elected post as a Student Union Sabbatical Officer.
For studying English Language in the UK, one can apply for Short Term Student (English Language) visa.
This guidance relates to UK Student Dependent Spouse and Child Visa Requirements in 2021. Accordingly, covers the details of validity, suitability, and eligibility – especially, course, relationship, financial – requirements for student spouse, unmarried or same-sex partner, and child dependant visa UK. The dependent partner and/or dependent child can apply at the same time as the student. However, dependant partners and dependent children are not required to apply at the same time as the student. Therefore, they can also apply for entry clearance to join the Student in the UK, or for permission to stay as a dependant, at a later date. If a dependant partner and/or dependent child is applying as the dependant of a student who has already been granted permission within the UK, all dependants are granted in line with the end date of the student’s permission.
Please note, the new student visa has replaced the Tier 4 (General) Student as of October 5, 2020. Moreover, from January 1, 2021, changes in the immigration rules mean that EEA and Swiss (excluding Irish) nationals require a visa to join or accompany a person on a student route in the UK.
This guidance relates to Student Visa with Work Permit (Permission) in UK. Accordingly, covers the details of UK student visa work requirements for full time degree level and below degree level course, part time course, work placement, doctorate extension scheme, student union sabbatical officers, volunteering, self-employment, and sportspersons.
This guidance relates to UK Student Visa Financial Requirements and Bank Balance. Accordingly, covers the details of evidence of UK student visa financial requirements for course fees, maintenance funds and show money for living cost (Boarding and Non-Boarding in London and Outside London), Bank Account, Sponsor, and Loan Letter.
This guidance relates to UK Student Visa Credibility Interview, which is a part of the Genuine Student Rule (GSR). The UK student visa interview questions and answers usually relates to Immigration History, Education History and Plans, Personal and Financial Circumstances of the applicants. However, at times the UK student visa interview questions and answers may also relates to Qualification, Course Provider, Education Agent, Dependants, Pull Factors etc. Nevertheless, doubts about an applicant’s English Language Ability and motivation to study in the UK may necessitate initiation of the student visa interview process.
This guidance relates to UK Student Visa New Rules and Requirements in 2021. The new student visa has replaced the Tier 4 (General) Student as of October 5, 2020. Accordingly, the student route is for a person aged 16 or over who wants to study with a sponsor on a course of further or higher education, a pre-sessional English course, a recognised foundation programme or to take an elected post as a Student Union Sabbatical Officer. Please note, from January 1, 2021, changes in the immigration rules mean that EEA and Swiss (excluding Irish) nationals require a visa to study in the UK.
This guidance relates to short term study visa UK. Accordingly, covers the rules, financial requirements, and refusal reasons of UK short term study visa (aka UK student visitor visa and English...
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