How will my safety and health issues be addressed?
The UK’s National Health Service (NHS) provides medical care, dental care and other health services. It is advisable for international students to take out health insurance in case of unforeseen circumstances. The UK is generally a safe place with low levels of crime. But whenever you travel to a new country, it is vital that you look after yourself. In an emergency, call 999 to contact the police, fire brigade or ambulance
What are the popular courses in UK?
Some of the popular courses for Indian students include business management, architecture and engineering, including computing. Some Indian students are also taking courses in waste management and environmental sciences.
When should I apply for a visa?
It is important to prepare and apply well before you intend to begin your course. Many students do not realise how long the process will take, and do not leave enough time. You can apply for a visa up to three months before the start of your course, but it’s a good idea to do your research and plan what you need to do before that, if you can.
Can I work in the UK on a study visa?
Many international students in the UK take a part-time job, work placement or internship alongside their studies. The hours and type of work you can carry out will depend on the type of visa and your sponsoring institution
Will the qualifications obtained in the UK be recognized back in my own country?
You will need to check with your own country’s education authorities, and your country’s universities to find out if they recognize and give credit for UK qualifications. Many do, but you need to ask about this in your own country.
Can I work in the UK after I graduate?
Graduates: There are many options available to international students who want to stay and work in the UK after completing their studies. You can find out more about UK study visas on the UK Visas and Immigration website.