Life In The UK
Below are relevant links that can be useful whilst living, working, travelling and studying in the UK:
UK Border Agency: Responsible for UK visa services, consideration of applications for permission to enter or stay in the UK and for citizenship and asylum.
Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Britain’s diplomatic service representing the UK government overseas.
The British Council: The UK Government’s international organisation for educational and cultural relations. It provides information and advice for those interested in studying in the UK with contact details of all of their offices around the world.
Education UK: Produced by the British Council to help international students interested in studying for a UK course or qualification.
UK University Guide
UK Independent Education Sector
Prepare for Success: An interactive online pre-arrival learning tool for international students who are preparing to come to the UK to study.
UCAS: The central applications service used by all UK universities for undergraduate admissions.
Student Finances: Online interactive tools that assist in budgeting whilst studying in the UK.
International Student Identity Card: This card provides a variety of benefits, services and discounts for international students.
National Union of Students: A national organisation representing student rights.
UK NARIC:Responsible for providing information about vocational, academic and professional skills and qualifications from all over the world.
UKCISA: Provides advice and information to international students enrolled to study in the United Kingdom.
National Health Service Direct: Free 24-hour medical advice on 0845 46 47.
Tourism and Travel
Immigration Advisory Service (IAS): The UK’s largest charity providing representation and advice on immigration and asylum law.
Streetmap: Detailed street maps of the UK.
Safety First and Comfort Zone
International Students and Culture Shock
Working During Study