How much does it cost to study in the United Kingdom?
This varies with the type and level of the course as well as the university you choose. For example, the tuition fee for most courses at Masters level are between £11,500 and £15,000. Living costs are estimated around £800 per month.
Can I work while I study? How much can I expect to get paid?
Bachelors, Master and PhD students are permitted to work 20 hours per week. The national minimum wage is set by the British government; currently the rate is set at £6.08 per hour. You can check the government rates here.
Will you help me choose a course?
As part of our Student Consultation service, we will take your qualifications and aspirations into consideration and recommend suitable courses offered by the universities we represent. We can not offer course advice if you choose to study at a university which we do not represent, however, the rest of the services will be offered as normal, i.e. University Admission, Visa Applications, Accommodation Coordination, Airport Pickup, etc.
Can you help me with my Visa application?
We are registered with the Law Society of Scotland and as such we are able to provide reliable visa advice through our British-based immigration solicitor. To verify our credentials, please go to the Law Society of Scotland website and in the 'Select a Query' field choose 'find a solicitor', then type 'oxfordian' in the 'Company Name' field:
What is the duration of a Bachelors, Masters and PhD?
On average, a bachelors takes 3-4 years, a masters 1 year, and a PhD often takes about 3 years.