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#1 hiddén angél

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Posted 30 March 2005 - 04:10 AM

I hope this will help for the basic guideline for any nepali student wishing to study UK, This should be informative for anybody from any nation.

Basically, You have to apply for enrolment in any university or colleges. They have variation and some changes according to their own facility. I had applied about four university,luckily all of them had the placement and had to choose betwen them. So best place to find the UK colleges are.

UCAS
ucas college list
hobsons
British Council UK
UK Student life
UK Doctorates courses
BBC course search

After you choose the courses, You will apply to colleges via internet.Look for any college/universities if they have special type of consideration and most of them have scholarship facilities.Generally You will apply and if the college/uni satisfy they will send you confirmation letter that you are eligable.If scholarship is not available.Some colleges have to be paid in full and some has to be paid 50% if you are self financing student.

If you are married and you have spouse,Your spouse may only come with you as a dependant if you can show the councellor that :

(a) you are married (unmarried partners will not be allowed to accompany you as dependants),
(B ) you intend to live together,
you can support yourselves financially without recourse to public funds
(d) that your spouse will only work if s/he is permitted (see below),
(e) that s/he intends to leave at the end of the permitted stay.

You can also obtain some ifromation from this site

Once you applied visa and obtain, survival guides for UK can be founds at the followings:

survival guide 1
Rail and Train enquiry
BUS Enquiry
Journey planner
For those who want to drive themself
official guide

Furthermore, I hope this is less but can be useful for some students who is novice about the procedure. If anyone wants more information,I will assist as far as I may be able to. Thanks for your time. (Hopefully,some may benifit from this)
-angel

Disclaimer: The above-mentioned procedures would entirely take some time to have more information, although in certain cases, the more you surf the web, more information you may find. but most of them, effetive effective to date. And to the best of my knowledge, I have taken them from my libraries and search engines.

References:
google
CUL online
local library

Edited by hiddén angél, 30 March 2005 - 04:11 AM.


#2 The Specialist

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Posted 30 March 2005 - 10:32 AM

You are an angel, I hope this will be great help to all. I am plannning to make one for US tongue.gif
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#3 monica

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Posted 30 March 2005 - 12:35 PM

Thank you angel, I believe you 've forgotten to give UK home office, student related site and NUS (national student union) . Which officially announce all the rules and regulation. Though it is updated time to time.

UK VISAS
students safety booklet PDF
Government policy onto international student





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Posted 30 March 2005 - 05:44 PM

QUOTE(hiddén angél @ Mar 30 2005, 04:10 AM)


very good job....
wish to keep on posting biggrin.gif

#5 invincible gurl

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Posted 04 April 2005 - 11:58 AM

Great information angy.
It always *amazes** me how some people can be so fanatically loyal to a concept or thing that any critical thought or observation is veiwed as a personal hatred in the same vein as if you were not caring,brother, lover, sister, or even mother !!! Let us all come together for *LOVE** invincible gurl (made in snow)

#6 Deven

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Posted 14 March 2006 - 10:38 PM

A million thanks.

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QUOTE(pr_ric @ Mar 30 2005, 05:44 PM) View Post

QUOTE(hiddén angél @ Mar 30 2005, 04:10 AM)


very good job....
wish to keep on posting biggrin.gif



#7 quadgeek

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Posted 15 March 2006 - 04:17 PM

Thank You hidd'n angel for comming out with great THREAD!
Well i hopefully finish my A level in Oct/Nov this session, I am lurking some articles on these stuffs, When am i suppose to act for I heard fellas sayin' early admissnion..., fall and so so... what r the thing that i need to know b4 applying?
I hav set my mind for liberal Art college, well i knw lill about them,wht i know is it's where u hav hell lot of faculties, u can go any where? well i don;t mean it other way? I selected it coz i still dun know wht am i for is it physics er Bio er Chemistry, er Computer sounds great.....Literature... er something like Arts?I really can't decide yet?
YAH! I might guess wht is going on yooall mind "JACK of ALL and MASTER OF none!"
What am i curious is, i already loose some 2 years and will it matters for enrolling to ABORD? Wht will let the University send me and invitation besides good grade and wht exactly is good grade...?
Hope this all make senses!
looking forward the replies.....hopefully not flames!




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