1. Personal Statements
A comprehensive statement comprises of about four thousand words describing the applicant’s area of interests, previous achievements, reason to select the specific subject and university. This gives the applicant an edge over the other students and helps him/her in securing a better spot in a top ranked university.
2. Apply Through UCAS
UCAS is playing a very vital role in assisting international students for getting admission in the high rank international universities by saving the students from the hassle of applying for each university separately. Applicants are only required to filling out their personal information and university codes along with their personal statement. UCAS lets applicant know if he/she is accepted by any university, provides detailed information of the course, starting date, fee structure and everything that a new student needs to know.
3. Interview for the visa
After the confirmation of the admission by the university, the student will be asked for interview for visa. This interview is comprehensively centred on the questions of the students’ interest in the degree, family background, ability to meet his study and other expenditures, etc. However, visa interviews also require several documents from the applicants;
- CAS form
- English language proficiency test (ILETS, TOFEL, etc. with minimum 5.5 score)
- Capacity to fund their own studies
- Two passport size photographs
- Academic certificates
- Birth certificate