When preparing to study and live in the UK, there will be certain procedures and information that you will need to know to make sure your transition is as smooth as possible.
Please read our overseas pre-arrival guide for all the information you need before you arrive in Dundee.
In order to travel to the UK as a student under the ‘General Student’ category of Tier 4 - or extend your leave as a student if you are already here - you must pass a points-based assessment and score 40 points.
You will get 40 points from:
(Applying for Entry Clearance to study in the UK):
|Step||Find out more|
|1. Your course: what is an acceptable course of study for a Tier 4 (General) student?||https://www.gov.uk/tier-4-general-visa/eligibility|
|2. Money: work out what money you must have to cover your course fees and monthly living costs. You will receive 10 points for having the necessary funds to cover both fees and maintenance (living expenses).||For further information on how much money you will require and how to calculate it, please refer to the following link www.gov.uk/government/ publications/guidance-on-applicationfor-uk-visa-as-tier- 4-student|
|3. Apply to Abertay: apply for your course of study and obtain a CAS (Certi cate of Acceptance for Study). You will receive 30 points for your CAS.||https://www.gov.uk/tier-4-general-visa/eligibility|
|4. Supporting documentation: please make sure you have all supporting documentation in place prior to applying.||To check you have the correct documents and proof, please see the following link www.gov.uk/tier-4-general-visa/documents-you-must-provide|
|5. Visa application form: complete your application online and submit with appropriate fee and supporting documentation.||For assistance in how to complete the application form and more including biometric information, please see the following link www.gov.uk/tier-4-general-visa/apply|
Find answers to frequently asked visa questions.
As part of the visa application process you will be required to provide
Your visa application will not be processed until you have provided the necessary biometric information.
Your biometric information will be taken at your nearest Visa Application Centre (VAC), or if your country does not have a VAC, then you will be able to have your biometrics taken at your local British mission. Your fingerprints or finger scans will be taken electronically; therefore, there will be no ink, liquid or chemicals used. You will also have your digital photographs taken at the same time, with the whole process taking no more than 5 minutes.
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