All students who cannot apply through the EU Settlement scheme arriving after the 1st January 2021 must apply for their Child Student or Student visa.
Existing Tier 4 visas remain valid.
The register of licensed student sponsors can be found here
You must apply before you travel to the UK but in some cases, students currently here, may be able to apply from within the UK.
As part of your application you will need to prove your identity and how you do this will depend on where you are from and what type of passport you have. You will either –
You’ll be told what you need to do when you apply.
The compulsory Student Immigration Health Surcharge - £470 per year of visa – is paid for during the visa application and provides access to the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) on generally the same basis as UK permanent residents.
From 1st January 2021 EU/EEA and Swiss students can come to the UK for tourism and to study for up to 6 months without needing a visa. If you plan to stay for longer than 6 months, and do not have EU Settlement status, then you need to apply for a Child Student or Student visa.
Non EU/EEA and Swiss students need a short-term study visa.
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