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How to Apply for Short Term Study Visa UK for English Language and Courses? Application Rules, Requirements, Refusals | UK Student Visa Lawyers London

Short Term Student Child Visa UK

Child Student's Arrangements for Travel, Reception and Care

The Short-Term Student Child route is for children under the age of eighteen (18) years, who intend coming to the United Kingdom for studying for up to six (6) months on a course that does not include either a work placement or a work experience. The applicants should be accepted for a course of study by an accredited institution. The applicant needs to provide an acceptance letter from the institution with course details. It is a statutory duty of Her Majesty’s Home Office to take care of children u/s 55 of the Borders, Citizenship and Immigration Act 2009. The applicant is required to show that suitable arrangements have been made for his/her travel to, and arrival and care in, the United Kingdom. During the application assessment process, the genuineness of documents is thoroughly scrutinised by the examining officer.

Short-Term Study Visa Rules UK

Short-Term Study Visa Immigration Rules

A short-term student {six (6) months} can come to the United Kingdom for up to six (6) months for studying a course, completing a period of research and completing research tuition (for instance, to learn about research/methods and techniques). Applicants intending to apply for an entry clearance or leave to enter to either study or conduct research thesis as a short-term student (six months) are required to meet all the requirements of paragraphs A57C and A57D of the UK Immigration Rules. If a short-term student (6 months) is coming to the UK to study, he/she needs to be accepted for a course of study at an accredited institution. The applicant is required to furnish an acceptance letter from an accredited institution with the necessary details of the study program/course in the United Kingdom.

UK Student Visa Types | Student Visitor Visa UK Types

UK Student Visa Types

This post relates to UK Student Visa Types and provides a working understanding of short-term student visa UK and when applying for a Tier 4 student visa is a better option. There are three routes to study in the UK i.e. short-term student visa, Tier 4 Student (and also Tier 4 Child Student) and studying on a visitor visa. The short-term student visa is for those, who intend to visit the UK to study a short duration course, which does not include either a work placement or a work experience. The short-term student visa is previously called student visitor visa.

Short-Term Study Visa UK Requirements

Short-Term Study Visa UK Eligibility RequirementsShort-Term Study Visa UK Eligibility Requirements

This post relates to the Short-Term Study Visa UK Requirements for applying a short-term six (6) and eleven (11) months student visa. The post explains the eligibility requirements for short-term students 18 years and above and that of short-term child students, who are under 18 years of age. Moreover, the post provides the details of the Accredited Institutions in the UK as a short-term student is only accepted on a study course offered by an accredited institution.

English Language Student Visa UK Requirements

Short-Term English Language Student Visa UK

English Language Student Visa UK is for those applicants who intend to come to the United Kingdom for studying ‘English Language’ for more than six (6) months but not more than eleven (11) months. This post relates to the requirements for studying the English Language in the UK as a short-term student. The post explains the definition of English Language Study in the UK and explains the requirement of Acceptance Letter, Police Registration and Health Surcharge in the light of the Immigration Rules for Entry Clearance or Leave to Enter as a short-term student for studying the English Language in the UK. For the purpose of this route ‘English Language Study’ is a course which teaches English as a Foreign Language only and does not include any other subject(s). An applicant is not allowed to study mixed courses under this study route. Any other applications under this route, including applications to undertake research as a short-term student (eleven months), is likely to be refused.

UK Short Term Study Visa Multiple Entry for a Genuine Student

UK Short Term Student Visa Multiple Entry

An applicant needs to satisfy in his/her visa application that he/she is a genuine short-term student, and should satisfy the following points: furnishes a true account of the duration he/she intends to study in the United Kingdom; genuinely intends to study in the UK on a course that will be either completed during his/her stay in the UK or in agreement with the provisions set out for study in the UK for part of a course; genuinely intends/plans to study a course at an accredited institution; is not intending to study at a state-maintained school/institution for instance: one that provides free education and is mainly funded through public funds; a short-term student can study at a UK Higher Education Institution (university) if the student pays fees; is not intending to live in the UK through frequent/successive periods of study; has enough money to support himself/herself; and intends to leave the UK at the end of the study period.

Short Term Study Visa UK Statement of Changes Jan 11, 2018

Short-Term Study Visa UK Requirements

In terms of Statement of Changes announced on Dec 7, 2017, and effective from January 11, 2018, the min age of an applicant for short-term study visa is now 16 years, previously it was 18 years. Moreover, now a student on a short-term study visa can: remain in the UK for up to 30 days after the course end date, provided that the student’s total time spent in the UK does not exceed six (6) months; study consecutive and concurrent courses using the same short-term study visa provided that the total time spent in the United Kingdom does not exceed six (6) months; and come to the United Kingdom for studying elective courses related to certain overseas degree level courses.