Students looking to study in the UK for six months or less can now enter on a standard visitor visa

UK student visas, Verbalists

The UK is to introduce more flexibility into the visitor visa route by removing the short-term study visa and allowing study on programs up to six months on a visitor visa, while English UK is calling on the government to adopt measures to support the sector as it estimates an 80 per cent loss of student weeks due to Covid-19.

The short-term study visa route will close at the end of the year and students looking to study in the UK for six months or less can enter on a standard visitor visa. READ MORE

Study in the UK – top scholarships for international students

The UK is known for the high quality of its education, but it is also one of the most expensive. For many international students the expense of studying in the UK is prohibitive, which is why getting some form of financial assistance is a must.

PRODIREKT is well known for helping students coming from the developing countries enter the Western universities. We believe that education should be a right, not a privilege. Therefore, we promote universities that see the value in diversifying their campuses. Although here on our website you may find some of the programs offering scholarships exclusive to our international students, there are many other scholarships, especially in the UK, that are available. Today, we bring you a list of top scholarships in the United Kingdom: READ MORE

A new post-Brexit UK immigration system will place European students under the same rules as non-EU counterparts

The UK’s Home Office has announced a new post-Brexit immigration system that will place European students under the same rules as non-EU counterparts and introduce a points-based system for skilled work and student visas.

In the initial outline of the new system – due to take effect from 1 January 2021 – the government has also said the EU citizens will be treated as non-visa nationals, and that the use of ID cards for entry by European citizens will be phased out. READ MORE