UKBA recently set a new changes in Tier 4 student visa. From 6th April 2012 all student who wants to study in UK has to show £200 extra for every single month. Whether your place of study inner London or outer London, you must add £200 for your living expense extra in each month to show UK Boarder Agency that you have sufficient money to cover your study while your are in UK.
For prospective students:
If you want to come in UK then please note the following Tier 4 maintenance requirements changes.
- £1000 each month if your primary study location inner Greater London, up to 9 months for 28 days period in your bank account. Which is (9 Months x £1000) £9000 for your accommodation and maintenance in london. Please covert British Pound to your local currency.
- £800 each month if your primary study location outside Greater London, up to 9 months for 28 days period in your bank account. Which is £7200 if you study outside London. Continue reading
Times Higher Education published a table of the world’s top universities according to their reputation…
But what does this actually mean?
According to this new university league table almost half of the world’s top universities are in the US – America boasts 45 out of the 100 top institutions, with seven of its universities ranking among the top 10! Harvard University has the number one spot, followed by MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), and then the third place went to Cambridge University in the UK. In fact the UK had one other university in the top ten – Oxford University (obviously), and 12 institutions in total in the global top 100. Continue reading
The UK Border Agency (UKBA) has announced that from 6 April 2012 they will be removing the provision for applicants in the UK to apply for permission to stay here (leave to remain) before they have taken or received the results of an English language test.
The revised policy applies to applicants applying under Tier 1 (General), Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) and Tier 2 of the points-based system. Continue reading
If you are interested for Hospitality and Tourism course in UK and looking for part time work permit as well as an international students why don’t you go for a affordable University degree. University of Sunderland is #4 in Hospitality and Tourism management in UK Guardian 2012 ranking. University of Sunderland London campus providing Bsc (Hons) International Tourism and Hospitality management course. Even Sunderland London campus running their Bsc Tourism and Hospitality Management final year top up degree. University of Sunderland is Tier 4 Highly Trusted Sponsor.
- 3 Years Bsc (Hons) International Tourism and Hospitality management fees £6000 yearly
- Final year (Top up) Bsc (Hons) International Tourism and Hospitality management fees £6000 Continue reading