An island off the coast of northwestern Europe, the United Kingdom (UK) consists of Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales) and Northern Ireland.
Student’s will typically require around £10,000 - 12,000 per year to pay for accommodation and living costs, while students in London require significantly more than this.
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Working alongside studying for your degree is a great way to support yourself as well as expanding and challenging your language skills.
Before starting any form of employment, it’s important to check that you are eligible to work in the UK. You should be able to find this information in your passport or biometric residence permit, but in general, if you are a Tier 4 student sponsored by a higher education institute for a full-time course, you can work during your studies.
If you are studying at degree level, you will be able to work for a maximum of 20 hours per week during term-time. During the holidays you can work full-time.
With the UK working to attract more international students each year, measures are currently being put in place to enable local businesses to provide more employment opportunities to students studying in the UK.
IELTS 5.0 (with no less than 4.0 in Reading, Writing, Speaking, Listening)
55% in (GCSE/IGCSE/others), IELTS 6.0 (with no less than 5.5 in Reading, Writing, Speaking, Listening), PTE 51
55% in Postgraduate, IELTS 6.5 (with no less than 5.5 in Reading, Writing, Speaking, Listening), PTE 58 (with no less than 52 in all)
Wishlist each university will have their own requirements of specific language tests and scores, you will also need to meet the minimum requirement of the UK Border Agency in order to secure your student visa if you need one