FAQ’s for UK
What are the benefits offered to international students while studying in the UK?
International students who choose to study in the UK for six months will be given free health care through the National Health Service. Another benefit is the membership to National Union of Students, which gives international students discounts on food, clothing, transportation, entertainment, books, and stationeries.
How can I finance my studies?
There are plenty of ways you can do this. You can avail scholarships, bank loans, educational trusts, and sponsorships to help you in the payment of your educational expenses.
Do I need to make a deposit to the university I choose?
It is advisable for you to make a deposit to the university, to help your student visa processing.
Will I be refunded if my visa application gets rejected?
The only refund you will be able to get is from the deposit you gave to the university. All you have to do is to present the visa rejection letter from the High Commission to the university.
Is there a ranking system for UK universities?
No, however, the Quality Assurance for Higher Education monitors and controls the quality of education in UK educational institutions.