Here at Regent College London we understand that when a parent sends their child overseas to ensure that they receive a high quality education, it is not done without doubts and concerns.
We understand that it is not only our responsibility to teach our international students, but it is also our responsibility to ensure that there is someone to turn to in the College should they need advice or assistance on any matter.
We have many years of experience of receiving international students and are well versed in dealing with the problems that students experience when adjusting to a life in the United Kingdom and supporting them through their period of adjustment.
Therefore, we will assist students in such matters as:
- Planning travel arrangements to the United Kingdom
- Ensuring students are enrolled on an appropriate course
- Setting up bank accounts
- Registering with the Health Service
Visa for International Students
Tier 4 is part of a points-based system for immigration. It is for migrants who want to study in the UK.
If you know the Tier 4 (General) requirements and you want to make an application, you can go directly to the UKVI website, www.gov.uk/government/organisations/uk-visas-and-immigration
Depending on your nationality and circumstances, you may be able to study in the UK without needing to apply under Tier 4 (General) as an adult student. However, your ability to work while you are studying here may be restricted.
For more Information visit the UKVI website.
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