Getting to the UK is easy with a little forward planning. Here you’ll find advice on packing and arranging travel insurance so you’re fully prepared for your study abroad experience. There’s also information on how to travel to the UK and helpful tips on using the UK’s excellent transport network.
The UK uses a points-based system to asses all international students who want to study in the UK. You get points by proving you have a place on a course and enough money to support yourself.
The British Government recently announced that it will be introducing mandatory secure English language testing for adult students studying below degree level under Tier 4 (General) of the points-based system. The new requirement will come to effect on 12 August 2010. The test will not apply to those studying at or above degree level, foundation degrees and English language courses.— Read more
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Guardianship arrangements are an important part of preparation for international students entering into
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It’s a good idea to have around £200 in your pocket before you travel to the UK; Most airlines charge for excess baggage, so it’s best to check the exact limit before travelling to the UK
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