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Currently, a student can apply to study abroad based on the below criteria.

• Foundation Level Programmes – ‘Credit’ passes for 5 subjects in O/Ls
• Undergraduate Degree Programmes – ‘Credit’ passes for all the subjects in O/Ls and A/Ls
• Post Graduate Degree Programmes – 2nd Class Upper in BSc/BA
Regulations regarding the IELTS qualifications and the period allowed for study gaps will depend on the selected university and the programme.
This depends on the entry criteria of the university selected. Some institutes allow IELTS to be waived off in favour of the student’s O/L or A/L English results.

In general, below are the IELTS results required for a higher education programme.

• Foundation Level Programmes – UKVI IELTS 5.5 overall and 5.5 in each skill
• Undergraduate Degree Programmes – UKVI/Academic IELTS 6.0 overall 5.5 in each skill
• Post Graduate Degree Programmes – UKVI/Academic IELTS 6.5 overall and 6.0 in each skill
CAS stands for ‘Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies’ and it is a reference number that indicates you have received an unconditional offer from a licensed student sponsor in the UK. It is only after receiving the CAS that a student can apply for a UK student visa.
At present, the process of obtaining a student visa can take up to about 6 weeks. However, this time varies from case to case and depends on the complexity of the application process.
Yes, a medical test is mandatory to get a student visa. Additionally, depending on the institute, country or circumstances students might be required to present specific medical test results to the authorities.
When applying for a student visa you are required to maintain a certain bank balance in your accounts. This amount as well as the duration it needs to be kept in the bank can vary depending on the country. It is calculated by combining the annual course fee and the living expenses of the student.
The cost to study abroad varies from university to university and will depend on several factors. The length of your stay, the nature of the programme, and the cost of living in the selected locale (depending on the lifestyle) are some of the major components that will impact it.
Yes, international students are allowed to work part-time up to 20 hours per week until they complete their course. However, based on the country and the institution selected, there will be certain rules and regulations that will need to be followed when selecting the place and the type of employment.