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We provide all types of courses for overseas education available including Business, Tourism, Medical, Engineering, Dentistry, Nursing. Select any destination of your choice and leave the rest to us. We will help you to reach your dream destination.

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Who we are

Visa 4 Study is dedicated to the service of individuals moving from one destination to other, whatever their reason may be.

What We Do

We can help you secure visas for purposes such as study, work, migration, business, settlement, investment, tour, official, or family.

How We Do

Our team of experts have been in this industry for many years and have an in-depth knowledge of the application procedures.

Why We Do

Our aim is to be able to serve all our customers to fullest extend of satisfaction, thereby making us a leading brand globally by 2022.

FACT:- A UK Degree opens up global opportunities

The UK has been the preferred choice for some of the most important minds in history. One in four world leaders has studied in the UK, so if you’re dreaming of achieving big things, you can be sure you’re in the right place in the UK. With world-recognised universities and quality that’s government-guaranteed, the UK offers academic excellence wherever – and whatever – you choose to study. Search for UK universities and colleges that teach your chosen subject.

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About UK
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The United Kingdom is made up of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. It has a long history as a major player in international affairs and fulfills an important role in the EU, UN and NATO. The twentieth century saw Britain having to redefine its place in the world. At the beginning of the century, it commanded a world-wide empire as the foremost global power. UK remains an economic and military power, with considerable political and cultural influence.

Britain was the worlds first industrialized country. Its economy remains one of the largest, but it has for many years been based on service industries rather than on manufacturing. In fact the Palace of Westminster is home to one of the worlds oldest parliaments!

UK AT A GLANCE:
Economy: The UK is recovering steadily from a slump that followed the 2008 global financial crisis. London’s financial industry is a significant part of the services-based economy. Internationally UK remains a key global player diplomatically and militarily. It plays leading roles in the EU, UN and NATO.

The process of deindustrialisation has left behind lasting social problems and pockets of economic weakness in parts of the country. More recently, the UK has suffered a deep economic slump and high public debt as a result of the 2008 financial crisis, which revealed its over-reliance on easy credit, domestic consumption and rising house prices.

Efforts to rein in the public debt – one of the developed worlds highest – has led to deep cuts to welfare, government services and the military, prompting concern about social equality and a possible loss of international influence. Despite being a major member of the EU, the country is not part of the eurozone, and looks unlikely to join. Opposition to the EUs common currency was boosted by a feeling that the pound had softened the blow of the financial crisis and spared the UK the eurozone crisis. More generally, anti-EU feeling, fed by a concern over national sovereignty and perceptions of diminished autonomy, is strong among many Britons.

MULTI-NATION KINGDOM:
The United Kingdom is made up of four countries, three of which have devolved powers. Voters in a Scottish referendum in 2014 rejected independence, with 55% opting to remain part of the United Kingdom and 45% voting for independence

DIVERSITY:
The UK is ethnically diverse, partly as a legacy of empire. Lately, the country has been struggling with issues revolving around multiculturalism, immigration and national identity. Concerns about terrorism and Islamist radicalism heightened after the suicide bomb attacks on Londons transport network in 2005. There has also been a debate about immigration. Some advocate tough policies on limiting immigration, others attempt to put the case for it as a positive force. One of the more recent trends in migration has been the arrival of workers from the new EU member states in Eastern Europe.

CULTURE:
The UK has been a major force in global youth culture since the heyday of the Beatles and Rolling Stones in the 1960s.

It has a rich literary heritage encompassing the works of English writers such as William Shakespeare and Charles Dickens, Scot Robert Burns, Welshman Dylan Thomas and Northern Irishman Seamus Heaney. The capital, London, is a major centre for trade and culture

Decide what you want, and then act as if it were impossible to fail. Excuses will always be there for you. Opportunity won’t. Most people miss great opportunities because of their mis-perception of time. Don’t wait! The time will never be just right.

Peter Drucker

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Important Information to know before applying for visa

We Also provide study visas to more than 30 European Nations

You can only get a confirmation of acceptance for studies (CAS) for a new course if you’ve studied in the UK before and you’re:

  • Studying for a new qualification at a higher academic level
  • Studying for a new qualification that’s at the same level of study but relates to and adds to your previous qualification
  • Re-sitting exams or repeating modules

Applying for the first time to a new institution to complete a course you started somewhere else.

You can apply for a Tier 4 (General) student visa to study in the UK if you’re 16 or over and you:

  • You can apply for a visa up to 3 months before the start of your course.
  • You should get a decision on your visa within 3 weeks.
  • Check the guide processing times to find out how long getting a visa might take in your country.

  • Your education provider will send you a reference number called a confirmation of acceptance for studies (CAS) once they’ve offered you a place on a course. You’ll need to enter this on your visa application.

    You must apply for your visa no more than 6 months after you receive the CAS.

  • It costs £322 to apply for this visa from outside the UK.
  • You must pay £322 per person for any dependents.
  • You’ll also have to pay the healthcare surcharge as part of your application. Check how much you’ll have to pay before you apply.

  • You can arrive in the UK before your course starts:

    • Up to 1 week before, if your course lasts 6 months or less
    • Up to 1 month before, if your course lasts more than 6 months


    How long you can stay depends on the kind, of course, you’re doing and what study you’ve already completed.

  • You can apply for this visa if you’re sponsored to do a recognised foundation programme and you’ve:

    • Finished a recognised UK degree in medicine or dentistry
    • Received that degree from a registered Tier 4 sponsor
    • Spent your final year and at least 1 other year of studies leading to that degree in the UK

  • You can:

    • Study
    • Work as a student union sabbatical officer
    • Apply from inside or outside the UK
    • Apply to extend your stay
    • Work – depending on what level your course is and what kind of sponsor you have

    You can’t:

    Read the full guidance to find out how long you might be able to stay and what you can and can’t do. You must have:

    • An unconditional offer of a place on a course with a licensed Tier 4 sponsor
    • Enough money to support yourself and pay for your course – this will vary depending on your circumstances
    • Read the guide and appendix for the full list of documents and how much money you’ll need.

      You can do a course that’s one of the following:

      • Full-time leading to a qualification that’s at least level 6 on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF)
      • An overseas course of degree level study that’s equal to a UK higher education course and is being run by an overseas higher education institution
      • A full-time course with at least 15 hours per week of organised daytime study leading to a qualification below degree level but at least NQF level 3
      • A recognised foundation programme as a postgraduate doctor or dentist

Are You Eligible To Apply
For A Student Visa in The UK?

We offer advice on all aspects of Overseas and Foreign Education Courses and provide counselling service to candidates planning to study in the UK as per their higher study  requirements. Click on the button below to download our candidate assessment form. Fill and send that to us so that we can advise you on the best course of action to be taken for your journey ahead!

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