You need to ensure that all documents that you have for your application, that are not in English, also have a translated copy. This is applicable for both your university and visa applications. You need to submit both the original and translated copies of your documents.
Your translated documents MUST include:
Full information on translating your documents can be found here; Translated Documents: What You Need to Know
The amount of time it takes for students to be granted a study visa varies, depending on the home country, university, and time of year. In general, we recommend allowing at least 3 months to ensure that you get your visa in time for enrolment at your university.
The documents you MUST have when applying for your visa include:
Find more information and details here; Applying for Your UK Student Visa
The two main things to note when submitting personal bank statements are:
Your funds MUST also have been in your account for at least 28 days prior to your application being made.
Full information can be found here; Personal Bank Statements: What You Need to Know
The IELTS requirements vary according to course and university entry requirements, but generally tend to fall between 5.0 and 7.0, and can be subject to minimum scores in each component.
Check your university profile to find out what their minimum IELTS requirements are.
Find out more here; IELTS - Commonly Asked Questions
Your UKEC education consultant will help you through your personal statement, checking over it for you before you submit it as part of your university application.
The main things to remember when writing your personal statement are that you need to tell the universities you are applying to:
Take a look at our full guide here; How to Write a Personal Statement
When writing your CV, you need to make sure that you are promoting yourself in the best way to employers, highlighting the key skills needed for the particular job you are applying for. Take a look online for CV templates to help you structure all of your information.
Within your CV you should include:
Find more information here; How to Write a CV
Be sure to also take a look at our Documents Checklist: What You Need to Study in the UK guide to applying for your chosen universities and courses.
If you have any further questions speak to your education consultant directly, or contact the office on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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