The UK visa is largely document based and if you follow the suggested document list by the British High Commission, you should have no trouble in getting your student visa. Students applying for a study visa in the UK need to show that they can pay for their entire education, living and maintenance expenses. It is imperative that the funds are readily available in savings accounts and the money should be kept for a minimum period of 30 days. You must include a detailed cover letter about your qualifications, your reasons to study in the UK your finances and your plans after your education. In most cases, an interview is not required and on the basis of your documents and cover letter you will be granted a study visa for the UK.
Most students who choose to study in the UK apply for a tier 4 (General) visa which is a points-based visa. You need 40 points to get a student visa where 30 points are earned by submitting a valid Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) issued by a licensed institute in the UK and 10 points are earned by showing your financial capability.
Pay the visa application fee and complete the form online.
Carry the following documents to the visa application center:
The British High Commission will make a decision using the documents you submit. If required you may be called for an interview.
1. BE HONEST and straightforward in all your answers
2. Be sure of your answers but at the same time be polite
3. Be confident about yourself
4. Don't hesitate while answering
5. Make eye contact while talking
6. Don't give any papers unless specifically asked for
We at SOP-Edits have had tremendous success in helping students obtain visas. We scrutinize your financial documents to make sure that you have a viable plan to pay for your education. As soon as your ‘visa file’ is ready, we conduct mock interviews and ask you all the questions likely to be asked by visa officers.