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Which type of Visa do I need? Visas
Remember that it is extremely important that you apply for the correct visa before you enter the UK /Canada /New Zealand or the USA. Each country has different rules and regulations.

It is your responsibility to ensure that you apply for and hold the correct visa when leaving your country to learn English on one of our courses.

There are different rules depending on your age, where you live and the passport that you hold. 

Visas for the UK

Vacation Study/ Activity Programmes / Full time Educational Courses

If you are coming to the UK, click here and follow these simple steps to find out what visa you need.

Which is the best school
for me?

Business English Programmes
Our business English centres are in either Brighton (Southern England, by the sea) or London.

Summer Schools

We offer schools all over the UK. We suggest you talk to us and or our nominated agent who can help you make your choice.

Whether you are going to England for a summer school or on one of our business English programmes, all our centres have different facilities and specialities. So it is worth talking to our in country advisor before you make your final decision.

How is my travel to and from the UK organised?

All our programmes are part of a special package organised by
Studylink International together with our nominated agent
and airline.

What happens when I arrive in the UK?

Summer Schools
A representative of your chosen UK Summer School will meet you on arrival at the airport and transfer you to the campus. At the end of the course, they will take you back to the airport and help you check in for the flight.

Business English

Studylink International and our nominated in country travel partner will advise you of your transfer arrangements and processes.

How long is the course?

Our standard summer school language course package is for two weeks. Additional weeks can be included for an extra charge. Business English programmes tend to be longer, usually a minimum between four and eight weeks.

How do I book?

You make your booking through our nominated travel partner in country.

How do I get a visa?

Once you have made your reservation with our local nominated agent, the school in the UK will send you a confirmation letter. You take this letter to the Immigration Department at the British Consulate. Our nominated agent and in country representative can help you with this process.

Where will I stay?

Once you have made your reservation with our local nominated agent, the school in the UK will send you a confirmation letter. You take this letter to the Immigration Department at the British Consulate. Our nominated agent and in country representative can help you with this process.

What’s the food like?

Obviously the food in Britain is not exactly the same as in your country. England is very cosmopolitan. All our schools and colleges serve many different dishes from different countries. They are also aware of the special needs for Muslim students.

How do the courses work?

Summer Schools: On the first day you have a test to find out the level of English and then you are split into small (15 students maximum) classes. There are 3 hours lessons every day and the rest of the day is spent doing activities and visits. There are also excursions every week to places of interest.
Business English: Check the included Business English Course information for more details.

What clothes shall I take?

The weather in Britain changes quite a lot!! The summer months between June and September are usually warm (22 degrees on average during the day, 14 degrees at night). For the evenings we recommend a pullover, top or light jacket. Something waterproof is also a good idea!

Do I need insurance?

YES!! It is a condition of all our language programmes, (Summer Schools and Business English) that you take out medical insurance before you leave your country. A copy of this insurance must be verified by our nominated agent /travel a partner who can also arrange this cover for you if need be. Many of Studylink courses now include insurance cover. Please check individual course details for more information.

How do I know it is
a good school?

All the schools and colleges that we work with are recognised by the British Council. This means that they are regularly inspected on all aspects of the courses: teaching, accommodation, food, activities, teachers etc.

Is there any difference in
price if I book directly
with the school?

Studylink International, together with our UK partner schools, our nominated agent and airline have put together a special package for you which ensures that it is both less expensive, more convenient and risk free compared with applying directly to the school and making all the arrangements separately.

When are the deadlines for each departure?

There is no strict deadline although it must be remembered that the UK visa application has to be made well in advance and this can sometimes take up to three weeks. So we advise that visa applications are made as early as possible.

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