How to get Student VISA of UK?

How to get Student VISA of UK?
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The UK is one of the most popular destinations for international students and as a result, it is important that you understand exactly how to get a Student Visa for the UK. Please read all the information below and go through all the processes to get to know about the Student VISA process for UK.

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Education Level

All Level

Eligible Countries

All countries

Step 1: Choose A Course and Institution.

You can choose to study in any university that offers the course you want to take. There are many universities with good reputation and ranking. But it is better if you choose a university that has been accredited by UKVI (UK Visas and Immigration) for your student visa application, as this would make your application easier.

Step 2: Get Acceptance Letter.

The second step is to get an acceptance letter from the university or college. To do this, you need to apply to a university or college and fill out their application form. You will then send it to them and they will review your application and send you an acceptance letter if they decide that you may be suitable for entry into their institution.

You should also consider applying for funding as some universities have scholarships available that can help pay for tuition fees and living costs while studying at UK universities.

Step 3: Apply For CAS From Your University.

The next important step is to apply for a CAS (Central Application System) reference number. CAS is a unique reference number issued by your university to you and is used to track your application. You will need this number in order to apply for a UK student VISA. If your university has not yet provided you with a CAS, it should be available from the Student Recruitment Office or International Office of that institution once you have enrolled on an eligible course/programme at their institution.

Step 4: Pay The Course Fee And VISA Fee.

After you have completed the application form, you need to pay £400 VISA fee.

If you have got sponsorship/scholarship offer then you’re exempted from payment of course fees whereas in case you want to study on your own then the course fee  has to be paid in full or in partial by a debit or credit card before being allowed to start the course.

Step 5: Download the VISA Application Form.

Now that you have all the documents, you can now download the VISA application form.

For each student visa type, there are different application forms. You will need to ensure that when filling in the application form, it is filled correctly and accurately. To make sure you fill in your personal details correctly and accurately using an ink pen or pencil is advisable to avoid any mistakes from occurring during processing of your application. Once all required information has been entered into the application form, submit it at a designated location where it can be collected from by someone from within 2 weeks (depending on location).

You will then receive an appointment letter which is valid for 90 days only. It would be better if this appointment letter could be booked before applying for a UK student visa so as not to waste any time going through this process once more when submitting your documents later on down the line after receiving confirmation that they have arrived safely at their destination!

Step 6: Book an Appointment with The British High Commission (BHC)

Book an appointment with the British High Commission (BHC). You may visit the website of BHC and book an appointment online. If you have a valid passport, then you can go directly to the BHC office locateD near to your place for getting your visa.

Book an appointment with the British Consulate-General. You should carry your old passport as well as recent photograph along with supporting documents like proof of employment letter which has been issued within last 6 months by employer in UK or UK based organization/company stating that he/she would like to visit India as tourist purpose only; proof of accommodation in India while applying for student visa (hotel bills etc.).

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Step 7: Fill in your Application Form and Submit At The British High Commission (BHC)

Fill in your application form. Make sure to fill in all the details correctly.

Submit the Application Form at The British High Commission (BHC). Attach all required supporting documents, passport size photographs and pay visa fee as per requirement to submit your application form. You can also get it delivered at their address for a small delivery charge which we will be happy to refund after your completion of course from us if you have paid our service charge as well.

Get Your Form Stamped By The BHC After Submission & Check That Everything Is Correctly Filled In Before You Leave The High Commission That’s All!

Documents Required to Apply For a UK Student Visa.

  1. Passport
  2. 2 passport size photographs
  3. Evidence of funds to support yourself during your stay in the UK. Examples of acceptable evidence include:
  4. A bank statement dated no more than six months before the date of application showing sufficient funds for your first term at university plus £500 for personal expenses. In addition, you will need funds to cover your travel costs from home to England and back again when you leave university.
  5. Evidence that you have been accepted onto a course at an accredited higher education institution which leads to a qualification relevant to the course offered by that institution (or its equivalent). The academic qualifications should be on official letter headed paper, dated and signed by an authorised academic staff member at your chosen institution (or sent directly from them). If possible, it is best if these documents are translated into English.
  6. Evidence of your English language proficiency (if required), such as IELTS or TOEFL certificate with required score; TOEIC; Cambridge ESOL examination results etcetera depending on which country issued passport you hold (please note: Home Office can request evidence even if it doesn’t ask for it specifically).

UK VISA and Immigration is responsible for making millions of decisions every year about who has the right to visit or stay in the country, with a firm emphasis on national security and a culture of customer satisfaction for people who come here legally. We are a highly successful Government department and we have set ourselves ambitious targets to achieve this year. We protect the public by securing the UK border, tackling immigration crime and modern slavery, promoting an open and fair immigration system, and by facilitating lawful international travel and trade


As you can see, it is not that much difficult to get a UK Student Visa. However, if you want to study in the UK for any reason, then do not give up on your dreams. With our help and guidance, we will make it easier for you get a student visa so that you can achieve your goals in life. 

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