Yes. Any person can apply to study in the UK providing meeting the requirements.

A typical one year programme costs between £‎8,000 and £15,000. Some courses in some universities cost up to £35,000 a year.

Each programme/university requires its own set of academic conditions and English level.

All students who do not hold a UK or an Irish passport will need a visa to come and study in the UK.

Yes you can. Each member of your family would need a visa to accompany you. You should make sure you have the financial means to support yourself and your family for the entire duration of your study and stay in the UK.

UK higher education is well respected worldwide but should ascertain that the particular university/programme you opt for is recognised in your country.

The UK is generally a very safe country with a very low rate of crime. The very large number of international students in UK higher education (over 600,000 according to current figures) coming from every corner of the globe is an indication of the country’s safety record.

For the majority of international students, the answer is yes. In order to apply for a via to study in the UK, international students must meet the English language level set by the course and the university applied for. So, the required IELTS score is necessary to any UK higher education institution and to be able to lodge a student visa application. However, it is possible to get accepted without IELTS if.

  • You achieved over 70% in English in high school, or
  • If you get interviewed by the university applied for and get an unconditional acceptance, or
  • Proof that the medium of instruction in your high school is English

Yes, if the university applied for waives IELTS requirement or if the applicant holds another English assessment test required score such as Test of English as a Foreign Language-TOEFL. (American equivalent to the British IELTS).

Yes, but not more than 20 hours a week

Each institution provides its own support for this category of students throughout their time of study.

  • There are different types of scholarships available to international students:
  • -A full scholarship which covers the student’s tuition fees and living expenses
  • -Partial scholarship which that can cover tuition fees for example or the student’s living expenses
  • -Country-based scholarship available for local students or those from the region
  • -Government scholarships are those allocated by a government or by a private company like Chevening for example
  • -Special scholarship awarded by specialized entities to support a special category of students such as women, special needs, police, military personnel, siblings of military personnel, siblings of frontline personnel, siblings of martyrs…etc.
  • -Programme-specific scholarships are available only to student enrolled in funded-courses.