Visa Application Service

Our Visa Application service is one of the most comprehensive ones. You will be allocated a dedicated caseworker who deals with your application closely. International students from outside the UK or EU must apply for a student visa. Once you’ve been offered a place on a course you will require to apply for your student visa. You can apply up to three months in advance of your course start date. It normally takes up to 15 days but could be longer at peak times, so make sure you apply early enough. However, there are a few things you need to do first before you can send off your visa application. Stage 1. Chose a Course & University:  This is probably the most stressful job when planning to study abroad. What to study, where to study, how much it going to cost, what options will be better for me considering cost vs quality, and all the factors that matter to me, do I have enough information to make the right decision? All these are valid questions and concerns. There is no straightforward answer for most of these, its always matters and varies in individual cases. Therefore, it feels incredibly difficult to make a choice. It requires plenty of research, high attention to details, and importantly many of your valuable hours. We are here to make it simple and easy – we have the experienced and highly trained advisors in the UK who are ready to walk you through this most challenging stage. Stage 2. Apply for a course & Prepare for Academic Interview:  Once you have found a course and university, it’s your time to apply to the university for a position. This stage is very important, as a huge number of students apply from all over the world it highly competitive. You need to support and submit your application in a mature manner to have an advantage over other applicants.  Once you have applied, most of the case the university will be scheduling an academic interview before it can accept or reject an application. These are often done over the phone or online. The university wants to establish if you are the right type of student they are looking for. They will ask you a set of questions and mark you on how your response.  We will inform you of any other supporting documents you can provide to enhance your chances of acceptance. Our experienced support team will assist you through this. Stage 3. Offer Letter & CAS: When a university is happy with your application it may issue you a conditional or unconditional offer letter. You must fulfill the condition of a conditional offer letter e.g. IELTS score.  You must receive a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) from a university approved by UK Visa and Immigration (UKVI) before you can submit your visa application. You must pay your tuition fee at this stage (at least a minimum amount required by the university) before you can request a CAS letter.  We ensure the ultimate hassle-free, fast and smooth admission with our partner universities.  Stage 4. Funding: You must provide evidence of funding to pay for both your course tuition fees and your monthly living costs.  Tuition fees are on average £12,000 per year but can range from £8,000 to £36,000. Many universities accept 50% – 60% of the fast year tuition fee to be paid advanced.  You will also need to show that you have £1,265 for each month of your studies (up to a maximum of nine months) to pay for living costs if you study in inner London. Therefore, if you will be studying in inner London for a course lasting nine months or more, the maximum amount that you will need is £11,385. How much fund you should have in the bank? – that largely varies to individual circumstances. If you are applying from any Asian country, we recommend you have £22,000 – £25,000 equivalent fund in the bank at least for a period. This above figure is just an estimate, to find out your specific figure please contact our advisor who can help you with this specifically.  Visit the UK Visa and Immigration website to check the full eligibility criteria for a UK study visa.  Stage 5. Interview  This probably most heart beating chapter for a visa applicant. It’s often done over the phone that is scheduled in advance. Many genuine students face rejection just because they didn’t take it seriously or taken too seriously. You need to know what queries can be made and how to handle it. Our specialist consultants will help you with very closely – so no panic, just stay focus.  Stage 6. Supporting Documents: Your success largely depends on how to support your visa application. At this stage, you need to pay for the UK health service. We will provide you the list of documents and assist you to organise all that you require.  Stage 6. Visa Application: In order to submit your Tier 4 student visa application, please visit the UK Visa & Immigration website to complete the online application form. International students from all countries have to submit the visa application online. You will also need to have your fingerprints and photograph (known as ‘biometric information’) taken at a visa application centre as part of your application. Our consultant will guide you through this stage and make sure everything is done to the highest standard.

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Education Services at Education Doorway

Services for International Students Free and impartial education consultation Guiding to choose best institution based on student’s aspiration and ability. Supporting to apply for visa for International Students Induction services to step in settling new countries. Admission & Visa Support Our Free Study service for everyone One to one consultation Our one-to-one consultation service will support you a lot in making right decisions about your education and career. A study shows that almost all of our clients are happy with our one-to-one consultation service, whereas 85% of clients think this service provides valuable advices and guidelines about their education s and careers. Our one-to-one consultation service will provide you: Free consultation with our skilled and experienced education consultant/ a university specialist in our office or through Skype/telephone A list of universities with their available courses and requirements to enrol in Guidelines of filling in the enrolment application forms Guidelines of making/editing your personal statement (that is a requirement to enrol in many university of UK) Advices to get ready the required documentations for enrolment at university Advices on how to fulfil the university requirements Information on when the intake/session are started and ended at universities Information on available scholarships offered by universities Advices on how to get conditional and unconditional offers from universities Advices on how to ensure CAS at your chosen university Support you from beginning to ending of course which you have enrolled through us Course Selection Our course selection service will help you in choosing the right course to achieve your dream career. As part of this service, our experienced education consultant will evaluate: Your aims and goals along with dream career Your education (background), qualification, skills and experiences Your financial and other circumstance Which particular course may suit for you to gain your dream career The market trends and demand of your chosen course Any potential changing demand of your chosen course in future How your chosen course may support you to achieve your dream career If you are eligible/suitable for the chosen course At which universities your chosen course is available Advise you about the requirements of universities to enrol in your chosen Provide information about the course fees and durations at different universities, and the intake/session of your chosen course Guide you about what documentations you need to enrol in your chosen course Choose Institutions Our institution selection service will help you in choosing the right institution to achieve your dream qualification. As part of this service, our experienced education consultant will provide information about: Locations of different universities/institutions Facilities provided by different universities/institutions Quality of education and ranking of particular institution/university Teaching and learning environment of particular institution/university Resources (lecturers/tutors, library facilities) available at particular university/institution Any scholarships offered by particular institution/university Tuition fees and payment options of particular institution/university Which university/institution can be the best suite for you Register for a FREE consultation

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What is Funded Course

Government funded courses are typically form of study loan. Student Loans offer students the ability to study now, pay later. Government funded and/or loan-scheme courses may be studied full-time or part-time depending on your requirements. For Undergraduate students Usually, you can only get student finance for your first higher education qualification. As a general rule, a Tuition Fee Loan is available for the full length of your course, plus one extra year if needed. Student finance depends on your household income. A student must be one of the following in order to be eligible for Student Finance:  A UK / EU National  A non UK/EU national with indefinite leave to remain, or with a ‘settled’ status, Refugee Status / humanitarian protection.  Must not have a previous UK Degree or an Equivalent Degree.  Must be at least 18 years of age, there is no upper age limit for tuition fee loan. In Addition to Tuition Fee Loan you may also be eligible for up to £13,000 in grants and student loans per annum for students living and studying Outside London and up to £15,000 per annum for students living and studying in London. Adult Dependants’ Grant Students with an adult who depends on them financially can apply for an Adult Dependants’ Grant of up to £2,834. You can apply for this grant on top of any other student finance you may get and you don’t have to pay it back. Parents’ Learning Allowance Full-time students with children could get up to £1,617 a year. Parent learning allowance does not have to be paid back. It is paid on top of your other student finance you may get and it won’t affect your tax credits. https://www.gov.uk/parents-learning-allowance Childcare Grant Students with children can apply for a Childcare Grant of: Up to £159.59 a week for 1 child Up to £273.60 a week for 2 or more children The grant helps with childcare costs for children under 15, or under 17 if they have special educational needs. Any money you get is paid on top of your student finance and you don’t have to pay it back. How it’s paid You need to register at your uni or college before Student Finance England can make your first payment. You’ll usually do this in the first week of your course, and you may have to take your student finance entitlement letter with you. Your Tuition Fee Loan is paid directly to your university or college in three installments during the academic year. Repaying Your Student Loan When do I have to repay? You only start repaying your loan once you’ve graduated and you’re earning more than £25,000 a year. After that, you’ll pay back 9% of anything you earn over £25,000. So if you’re earning £30,000 an year, You repay – £37.00 each month. If your earnings drop below £25,000, your repayments will stop. Example repayment amounts Example repayment amounts Annual income before tax Monthly salary Monthly repayment Up to £25,000 £2,083 £0 £27,000 £2,250 £15 £30,000 £2,500 £37 £35,000 £2,916 £74 £40,000 £3,333 £112 What if I don’t finish my course? If you don’t finish your course, you’ll still have to repay what you borrowed if you’re earning more than £25,000. You are advised to visit student finance England website for complete information and the requirements. Education Doorway connects you with a variety of Government Funded Courses from UK best education providers in a wide range of industries. Please talk to us today. The information was updated on 29 July 2018, Please visit relevant website for most accurate information.

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FREE IELTS Test & Award

If you are applying for a Tier 4 Student Visa to enter directly onto a bachelor or postgraduate degree at a university in the UK that is a Tier 4 Sponsor, you must meet the English language level set by the institution. Please note that some institutions may have additional requirements. There are different types of IELTS available. For the UK study, you will need UKVI Academic and General Training IELTS. FREE IELTS Practice Real IELTS Listening and IELTS Reading tests based on actual IELTS tests and following the Cambridge IELTS book format. British Council IELTS Award 2020 The British Council IELTS Award is worth between £3,000 up to £10,000 depending on the tuition fees of the institution chosen by the winner and will go towards the cost of tuition fees of the individual’s selected course. The award applies only to courses in the 2020-21 academic year (i.e. starting August 2020 onwards) and will be paid directly to the institution. Check Eligibility Application deadline: 10 June 2020 (14:00, German time) Apply Now More information is available at British Council website

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Time to invest in you: Student Finance Available

Are you been considering improving your career chances but always been put off due to monetary constraints? It’s never been a better time. Yes – you have seen it right. If you are a British or EU citizen or on a status to remain in the UK, you may qualify for Student Finance for a Course and maintenance. Under this program Government not only pays for your course but your maintenance too so you may complete your dream with complete peace. We, Education Doorway connects you with a variety of Government Funded Courses from UK best education providers in a wide range of industries. Funded courses are typically a form of study loan. Student Loans offer students the ability to study now, pay later. These courses may be studied full-time or part-time depending on your requirements. For Undergraduate studentsUsually, you can only get student finance for your first higher education qualification.As a general rule, a Tuition Fee Loan is available for the full length of your course, plus one extra year if needed. Student finance depends on your household income. A student must be one of the following in order to be eligible for Student Finance: A UK / EU National A non UK/EU national with indefinite leave to remain, or with a ‘settled’ status, Refugee Status / humanitarian protection. Must not have a previous UK Degree or an Equivalent Degree. Must be at least 18 years of age, there is no upper age limit for tuition fee loan.In Addition to Tuition Fee Loan you may also be eligible for up to £13,000 in grants and student loans per annum for students living and studying Outside London and up to £15,000 per annum for students living and studying in London. Adult Dependants’ GrantStudents with an adult who depends on them financially can apply for an Adult Dependants’ Grant of up to £2,834.You can apply for this grant on top of any other student finance you may get and you don’t have to pay it back. Parents’ Learning AllowanceFull-time students with children could get up to £1,617 a year.Parent learning allowance does not have to be paid back. It is paid on top of your other student finance you may get and it won’t affect your tax credits.https://www.gov.uk/parents-learning-allowance Childcare GrantStudents with children can apply for a Childcare Grant of:Up to £159.59 a week for 1 childUp to £273.60 a week for 2 or more childrenThe grant helps with childcare costs for children under 15, or under 17 if they have special educational needs.Any money you get is paid on top of your student finance and you don’t have to pay it back. Apply now Find more

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Post Graduate Course List

  Course Name Duration Mode of Study Start Date Location MSC Courses MSc in Strategic Business Management 1 Year Full time Jan/May/  September London MSc in International Human Resource Management 1 Year Full  Time Jan/May/  September London MSc in Corporate Financial Management 1 Year Full time Jan/May/  September London MSc Business and Financial Management  1 year Full time Jan/May/  September London MSc Business with International Management  1 year Full time Jan/May/  September London MSc Business with international Management with advance Practice  16-22  Month Full time Jan/May/  September London MSc Computing and Technology  1-2years Full/  Part time Jan/Feb/  September London MSc Business and Marketing Management  1 year Full time Jan/Feb/  September London MSc Business Marketing Management with advanced Practice  16-22 Month Full time Jan/Feb/  September London MSc Cyber Security  1-2 years Full Time/  Part Time Jan/Feb/  September London MSc Digital Marketing  1 Year Full time Jan/Feb/  September London MSc Mass Communication Management  1 year Full time Jan/Feb/  September London MSc Professional Practice  2 years Part time Jan/Feb/  September London MSc Project Management  2 years Part Time Jan/Feb/  September London MSc Web Mobile Development Technology  2 years Part Time Jan/Feb/  September London MSc International Business 1 year Full time Jan/May/  September London MSc in Strategic Business Management 1-2 years F/P time January London/Birmingham/Leeds MSc in Leadership and Human Resource Management 1-2 years F/P  time January London/Birmingham/Leeds MSc in International Marketing 1-2years F/P  Time January London/Birmingham/Leeds MSc in Corporate Financial Management 1-2 years F/P time January London/Birmingham/Leeds MSc Marketing  1 year Full  Time Jan/Feb/  September London/Birmingham/  Manchester Extended MSc in international marketing 16 months Full time Jan/Feb/  September London/Birmingham Extended MSc in international Business 16 months Full time Jan/Feb  September London/Birmingham MSc Digital Marketing 1-2years F/T time Feb/Sep London MSc Logistics and Supply Chain Management 1-3Years F/T time Feb/Sep London MEd Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages 1 year Full time September London MSc Advance practice(Nursing) 1 year Full time September London MSc Global Primary care management 1-5 years Full time September London MSc Project Management 1-2 years F/P time Feb/Sep London MSc Quality management 1-2 years F/P time Feb/Sep London MA & MBA Courses MA Design Management  1 year Full time September London MBA (International) 1-2 Years Full time Jan/Sep London MBA Health care 1-2 Years Full time Jan/Sep London MSc International Project Management 1-2 years Full time Jan/Sep London MBA 1-2 years F/P time Feb/Sep London DBA 3-6 Years F/P time August London Research Degree PhD 3-5 Years Full time Jan/Sep London

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Study Fund & Maintenance

Education Doorway connects you with a variety of Government Funded Courses from UK best education providers in a wide range of industries. Government funded courses are typically form of study loan. Student Loans offer students the ability to study now, pay later. Government funded and/or loan-scheme courses may be studied full-time or part-time depending on your requirements. For Undergraduate students Usually, you can only get student finance for your first higher education qualification. As a general rule, a Tuition Fee Loan is available for the full length of your course, plus one extra year if needed. Student finance depends on your household income. A student must be one of the following in order to be eligible for Student Finance:  A UK / EU National  A non UK/EU national with indefinite leave to remain, or with a ‘settled’ status, Refugee Status / humanitarian protection.  Must not have a previous UK Degree or an Equivalent Degree.  Must be at least 18 years of age, there is no upper age limit for tuition fee loan. In Addition to Tuition Fee Loan you may also be eligible for up to £13,000 in grants and student loans per annum for students living and studying Outside London and up to £15,000 per annum for students living and studying in London. Adult Dependants’ Grant Students with an adult who depends on them financially can apply for an Adult Dependants’ Grant of up to £2,834. You can apply for this grant on top of any other student finance you may get and you don’t have to pay it back. Parents’ Learning Allowance Full-time students with children could get up to £1,617 a year. Parent learning allowance does not have to be paid back. It is paid on top of your other student finance you may get and it won’t affect your tax credits. https://www.gov.uk/parents-learning-allowance Childcare Grant Students with children can apply for a Childcare Grant of: Up to £159.59 a week for 1 child Up to £273.60 a week for 2 or more children The grant helps with childcare costs for children under 15, or under 17 if they have special educational needs. Any money you get is paid on top of your student finance and you don’t have to pay it back. How it’s paid You need to register at your uni or college before Student Finance England can make your first payment. You’ll usually do this in the first week of your course, and you may have to take your student finance entitlement letter with you. Your Tuition Fee Loan is paid directly to your university or college in three installments during the academic year. Repaying Your Student Loan When do I have to repay? You only start repaying your loan once you’ve graduated and you’re earning more than £25,000 a year. After that, you’ll pay back 9% of anything you earn over £25,000. So if you’re earning £30,000 an year, You repay – £37.00 each month. If your earnings drop below £25,000, your repayments will stop. Example repayment amounts Example repayment amounts Annual income before tax Monthly salary Monthly repayment Up to £25,000 £2,083 £0 £27,000 £2,250 £15 £30,000 £2,500 £37 £35,000 £2,916 £74 £40,000 £3,333 £112 What if I don’t finish my course? If you don’t finish your course, you’ll still have to repay what you borrowed if you’re earning more than £25,000. You are advised to visit student finance England website for complete information and the requirements. The information was updated on 29 July 2018, Please visit relevant website for most accurate information.

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