Studying in the UK
Every year, thousands of people from all over the world apply for a student visa so they can attend one of the prestigious universities in the UK. Britain’s Higher Education sector is heavily financially reliant on the contributions made by students from overseas and people with the right qualifications have a good chance of succeeding in their application for a student visa.
However, UK immigration law is notoriously complex, with a huge number of regulations designed to prevent bogus applicants from succeeding. This means receiving legal advice and assistance from our solicitors in Burnley can make all the difference between success and failure in a visa application and could be all you need to realise your ambitions.
There are several tiers that will relate to your application to study in the UK, depending on the length of your stay, your age and the level of education you wish to go into. Maybe you will have to work to pay for living expenses and cover the cost of tuition, or maybe you want to immigrate to the UK to begin your post-16 education – all these factors are also considered in your student visa application.
The UK has a range of different study options that suit people of all levels and that wish to learn a wide range of subjects, and because of this choice, if you are unsuccessful in your application to study at one level, you can find another course in the UK and work your way up.
If you’re applying to study in the UK, our immigration solicitors can give you the best chance at success. Call 08000 430 430 to speak to one of our legal experts.