UK universities and colleges offer you world-class teaching, facilities and support. UK education is all about giving you the inspiration to help you develop your skills and knowledge, the freedom to be creative and the support to help you achieve your best.
Our UK Higher Education Programme will let you:
Once you have enrolled onto our programme, you can relax knowing that we will help you to find a perfect placement in one of the best UK colleges and universities.
The standard academic year in the UK higher education institutions starts in September or October and finishes in June or July. However, there are courses, which are more flexible and can offer a number of start dates.
How long you can stay depends on the kind of course you’re doing and what study you’ve already completed. Normally, the visa is issued for a length of the course plus a few months afterwards.
Applying to a UK university can be time-consuming and challenging for an international student. That is why Mann’s Solutions has created the UK Higher Education Programme, where we do the hard work for you.
From completing your application forms to professionally editing your personal statement, your dedicated consultant will make sure that your application is the best it can be. Once your application is submitted and tracked by ourselves, we will guarantee you at least one offer from a UK university or you will receive your money back!
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Most UK universities provide places for first-year students in their own halls of residence. Apart from it, universities can also own smaller properties such as private halls of residence.
After a few years of studying, a lot of students prefer to stay in shared houses or flats with their fellow students. In that case, usually, the university may help in search of such an accommodation, because the university or the student union may have a list of recommended or accredited landlords.
Otherwise, if none of the options above suits you, you can always choose private sector accommodation.
We advice all participants to take out comprehensive travel and medical insurance, prior to arriving the UK.
On 16 March 2017, the Home Office has released a Statement of Changes to the Immigration Rules. These new changes will affect those applications that need to have a Certificate of Sponsorship and these changes will be in effect on 06 April 2017.
What you should know about European visas after Article 50. The UK Prime Minister Theresa May has so far not changed her mind in regards to the plans of triggering Article 50 before the end of March 2017.
For international students who wish to remain in the UK longer or would like to eventually settle. There are options to choose from, granted you are willing to stay.
As of 16 January 2017 the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Theresa May, has given hints that the UK is moving towards a hard Brexit. Although Theresa May insists EU citizens are ‘welcome’ to be in the UK, she cannot guarantee the right of EU citizens in the UK at an early stage. These are troubling news for Europeans and British Citizens currently living and working in the UK.
As of 24 March 2016, the UK government has announced new changes to Tier 2 type visas. This is the migration route for those who have a confirmed job offer to undertake skilled employment in the UK.
The UK government has recently introduced a significant amount of changes to immigration rules and procedures that can influence nationals of European Economic Area. These changes will come into force on the 1st February 2017, however, some changes are happening now.
A new Statement of Changes to the Immigration Rules HC667 has been laid down on the 3rd November 2016. These changes come in a whopping 90 pages however, most changes are in the language itself rather than effect. The significant changes include the increase of the minimum salary requirement of Tier 2 skilled workers; the introduction of a fresh English language requirement for family immigration regarding to Tier 4 visa and the removal of the previous 28 days’ grace period for making out of time immigration applications.