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Applying to a UK University

Coming to study in the UK is your opportunity to gain the skills and confidence you need to fulfill your potential. Applying to study in the UK is a straightforward process and we will guide you through it step by step.

UK University Subjects and Courses

Choosing a degree course at university is one of the most important decisions you will make as a student. But the most common courses are in economics, accounting, and business subjects.

With over 50,000 courses and degrees offered by UK universities and colleges, our experts will help you decide the best by providing insight into the subjects, career prospects, and options available for your undergraduate, postgraduate, or even your Ph.D. courses.

Entry Requirements

The UK invites foreign students from all over the world but a stringent visa procedure needs to be followed. It is critical that you are mindful of the entry requirements that impact UK students from around the world. The main two entry requirements are at English Language and Academic level.

Additionally, motivation, reference letter and proof of work experience or employability during gap years during studies are required for undergraduate and postgraduate studies at most of the highly reputed universities. The application paperwork needs to include all documentation exactly as needed, which can lead to some delays in admission and, at times, to failure.

For the period of your anticipated stay in the UK, you will require a valid and up-to - date passport.

The application is assessed on a Points Based System, Tier 4. Under this system, 40 points are required based on two criteria: The university issues Certificate of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) post completing the requirements gives 30 points. Proof of funds for the applicant (and your family if applicable) to live in the UK offers 10 points.

Offer Letter

Your university or college or our adviser will contact you (usually via email) to tell you whether or not you have received an offer to study. You can be easy to track the status of yo0ur application at any time.

If you are accepted with an unconditional offer, then you have place and you can accept straightaway.

If you are accepted with a conditional offer, the place is yours as long as you meet a few extra requirements.

For some courses you may be asked to come for an interview before you receive your offer, either on the phone or skype.

Fees and Funding

Now is the time to arrange funding. You may be eligible for one of the many Scholarships available to help with the cost of your studies.

Numerous funding options are counting for greater UK universities attractiveness. students looking to study in the UK can easily obtain scholarships from various resources like Chevening Scholarships and Commonwealth Scholarships. We strongly recommend taking your time and doing some work to find one because it can relieve a huge financial burden. RRG also partners with many universities to provide scholarships to help students in their path of attaining a UK degree.

Application Deadlines

Although certain institutions enforce strict deadlines, a few applications are approved year-round. Most course providers, however, welcome applicants on a first-come, first-served basis, and may close the application window until they have had an adequate interest. Each university sets its own timelines for submission of application. It will normally take two weeks to two months to find out if you have a place.

Apply for a visa

As an international student, you need a visa to take your study place in the UK

Accommodation

Once you have your offer and visa, it’s time to get packing, you can now begin to look at thinking like flights, accommodation, and anything else you will need to help you make the most of your time in the UK.

International students are given a range of accommodation options. It is important that your accommodation is right for you because it's going to be hard to change partly through your stay.

If you are living overseas for the first time, the residence university halls are a good way to get to know other students. For further autonomy, private accommodation like a studio, flatshare can be considered a feasible option. It is important that the accommodation is near to the university, as reduces commuting time.