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Have you considered studying in the UK, the home of some of the world’s best universities, one of the most popular and preferred study destinations in the world surrounded by rich city vibes and historic buildings and architecture? If yes, then the steps outlined below is an extensive guide to successfully get you through the process to realize this dream.

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• Determine the kind of study level you want to pursue in the UK; Bachelor’s degree, Master’s degree or a Doctoral study (PhD). All these study levels have peculiar entry requirements.

• Take into consideration course tuition fees:

a) All International students outside the European Union (EU) and European Economic Area (EEA) are required to pay full tuition in order to fully pursue a course in UK universities. Also note that international students are not eligible for loans and grants in the United Kingdom.

b) As at the first half of 2020, Students from the EU/EEA are no more privileged to pay fees as British nationals as well as benefiting from loans and grants in the UK. Learn more about this in the British Council study site on this link

• Consider financing as the next step to study in the UK. Check for scholarship eligibility to help with financing to study abroad. heck your scholarship eligibility. This site is a useful portal to consider some sponsorship options to aid with financing your studies abroad.

• Consider hiring an experienced study advisor like Citi Hill Study to guide you through the application process.

To kick off, you need to understand that all undergraduate bachelor degrees are submitted through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS application website ) for almost all universities in the UK. A majority of universities will only accept your application through the UCAS system.
Follow these easy steps to apply through UCAS:
Register and create your application account on the UCAS website
• Apply for up to five (5) courses at the same or different universities in the UK
• Complete your personal information
• Include previous educational qualifications
• Add your financial information
• Provide your high school results
• Write a personal statement
Some universities may require additional tests such as the UCAT or BMAT for Medicine, or the LNAT for Law degrees UCAS often updates its website regularly with all application deadlines so make it a point to be updated with deadlines and possible changes so you don’t miss out. Courses such as medicine, veterinary science, or a handful of other courses, or if you want to apply to schools such as Oxford and Cambridge, your deadline is likely to be earlier than other subjects or universities.

Prospective Master’s and PhD students can apply directly to their preferred university. Most universities give you the opportunity to send your application all year round for either a January and September entry, but some courses may have specific deadlines which are supposed to be met. It is important to research your chosen university about their graduate application process.

A Citi Hill advisor can also provide all the vital information needed for your application process and get information on your behalf. You also need to have the documents listed below;
I. Bachelor’s degree certificates
II. Bachelor’s degree transcripts
III. Written personal statement
IV. Letters of academic and professional recommendations
V. Curriculum Vitae​
VI. High School Transcript.
For PhD courses, applicants are usually expected to also choose a suitable supervisor from the university to pursue their course. CitiHill Study is able to provide advice and assistance on suitable universities that align to your preferred courses, writing a good personal statement, and how to prepare for other requirements needed to secure your place on your course.

a) An up-to-date passport
b) An English language proficiency qualification or its equivalent. (IELTS/TOFEL)
c) Proof of funding- If you look forward to study in London you will need to provide proof you have at least £1,020 (US$1,430) per month for living expenses throughout the course of your studies as well as the means to pay for your tuition. Outside of London usually this drops to £820 (US$1,150) a month.
• A Tuberculosis test (certain countries)- Kindly check on the government site https://www.gov.uk/tb-test-visa/countries-where-you-need-a-tb-test-to-enter-the-uk to check if your country requires a TB test.
• And possibly more dependent on the country, school and course chosen. If your applications are successful you will get your Confirmation of Acceptance of Studies form (CAS form) which is a virtual document with a unique reference number sent to you by the university that accepted you. This document will have all the information on your course, start date, tuition and your official school confirmation. Your unique number must be kept safe because you will need it for your visa application.

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