Today, we will talk about admission in the universities UK, education VISAs, etc and a few other things. So stay tuned.
Usually, there are a few reasons why a student VISA can get rejected. It might be due to fraudulent documents, shortage of funds, etc. As a result, while planning an admission abroad, a student must ensure that they avoid any unfair means to get admission in UK, and only apply if they find themselves eligible as per the criteria prescribed by the respective universities, because if they try to adopt any illegal ways, they will not only bring trouble for their career prospects, but also for other students who are genuinely eligible for studying in UK.
If you want, you can get in touch with the reputed counselors online, who can guide you through the application process, interview process, and ensure everything is smoother for you.
According to the new trade deal that is going to take place between India and UK, if you are filing VISAs under the three categories such as Indian tourist, Indian businessmen, and Indian student, then you can get a VISA more easily in the coming times.
However, credibility interview in UKVI is mandatory for you so that a VISA is granted to you. As a result, prepare yourself accordingly to face the interview. There are about 15-16 questions asked in the interview process that you’ll need to answer. Again, get in touch with the counselors to know how you can prepare yourself for such questions.
Admissions for the September 2022 Intake is going on at a full fledge in UK and there has been a massive number of Indian students getting admission in the universities in UK which is a great news indeed. Remember that the September Intake will be closed before April or May. It will be pretty tough to make applications in UK universities post April 2022, so make your preparations now for September 2022 Intake such as preparing for VISA, paying deposits, etc if you are seeking admission there.
Because of the agreement between UK and India under the “Youth Mobility Scheme,” the confirmation will be received in April as to when the UK government will start granting VISAs to the Indian students under this scheme. So, make sure you follow those updates.
A considerable number of Indian students continue to pursue UG and PG courses in the UK, despite travel restrictions and concerns about quarantine in the country. There will be a 13% increase in Indian students in the UK in 2020 over the previous year. For the year ending March, the UK Home Office reported issuing 56,000 tier IV study visas, a 13% rise over the previous year. More than ninety-six percent of Indian students are granted visas, which is significantly higher than the global average.