1. Select a Subject and Course
As a student preparing to study overseas, identify your preferred subject or explore potential fields of study. Consider your interests, hobbies, career goals, and desired duration of study. Explore various types of courses, including bachelor’s degrees, diploma programs, or foundation courses.
2. Choose a Destination
When deciding to study abroad, consider language, culture, lifestyle, climate, and urban or rural preferences. Importantly, evaluate the cost of studying abroad, factoring in tuition fees and living expenses. Explore countries where English is spoken if language learning is not a priority.
3. Create a Shortlist of Courses
It is recommended to prepare a shortlist of multiple universities and courses that align with your preferences.
4. Explore Funding and Scholarships
It is important to know that as a UK student studying overseas, UK student finance loans may not be applicable. It is recommended to investigate international student loans, sponsorship, scholarships, or part-time work opportunities.
5. Check Application Processes & gather required documentation
Understand the application process for each university, as it varies by country, it is useful to speak to an overseas education counsellor to understand the application process for the university and to gather the required documentation. It could also include preparing a personal purpose statement.
6. Submit Applications
You can apply through university websites or our overseas education counsellors can help you with the submission.
7. Apply for visas
Understand visa requirements for your chosen country. It could include ensuring proof of financial capability, availability of accommodation, study insurance, medical insurance.