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Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by Abini2012: 9:11am On May 03
acevic:
Please I need good and affordable flight to London or Birmingham.

And also things to carry.

First time traveller

When are you travelling? Am going to Coventry via Birmingham in a week or 2.. Emirates in my research has the lowest price for one way. You can get a flight with 2hrs layover.
We can travel together if u like, send me a mail
Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by acevic: 10:31am On May 03
Abini2012:


When are you travelling? Am going to Coventry via Birmingham in a week or 2.. Emirates in my research has the lowest price for one way. You can get a flight with 2hrs layover.
We can travel together if u like, send me a mail

Will do that now

Thanks
Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by ayoalebiosu(m): 5:54pm On May 03
acevic:


Second interview is usually very intense and rigourous.

I was asked the normal and basic questions from my first interview.
I explained my study gap, work experiences, salaries from various jobs till date.
My future plans
How I got the funds(be ready to explain the source of income if you were assisted)
More details about my course, course modules(mentioned everything) most important one to me.
More details about my school
The course modules that will help in my future plans
Accommodation plans.

Make sure you don't memorize. Understand your circumstances and enjoy talking about them.

Second interview is not for unprepared applicants. Very intense.

congratulations! please did you submit any documents to back up your study gap years? if so, like what and what documents?
Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by acevic: 6:45pm On May 03
ayoalebiosu:

congratulations! please did you submit any documents to back up your study gap years? if so, like what and what documents?

I didn't submit any documents as regards that.
Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by ayoalebiosu(m): 9:16pm On May 03
acevic:

I didn't submit any documents as regards that.
thanks
Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by Andrepete: 10:17pm On May 03
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Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by Andrepete: 10:18pm On May 03
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Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by ademeedee: 1:37pm On May 04
ademeedee:


Hi I just saw your post, have you made up your mind on what you want to do? I did exactly this... my story. Mine was different because I had previously schooled and worked there. Mu tuition fee was 12900, I got an alumni discount of 3225 and scholarship of 2000 which was 5225. So I had 7165 I think. I paid 3000 for my CAS which by the way all my saving left so I had 4165 to pay. For my money in my account I couldn't get any one to lend me without interest so I paid 8% interest which amounted to almost 420k if I am correct and then you have to pay for your Visa and health sub charges. I had to also pay for priority which pained me. By the time I was going after booking my flight I had less than £500 in my account. I was going to stay with my friend for sometime to help me save cost but she ending up charging me £140 per month which was understandable as she was paying mortgage and bills.

My journey... so I got in touch with some of my old employers and none was willing to give me a job. Anyway, I luckly got a job which paid £9 but only kept me on for two weeks, not sure why. So I had to start looking for another job. For me I was thinking it would be easy to get a job in my field since I had schooled there before but that was me dreaming. Anyway I ended up going back to work at a factory i worked with when I initially got to notts.

nestly £4500 is a lot of money to pay one
ObodoNaija:
Good morning all, please gurus in the house Can need help on this. l got admission in Nottingham Trent university and my school fees is 10,500 GBP, was given a 3000 GBP waiver which reduces the school fees to 7,500 GBP. I am required to pay 3000 GBP before a CAS number will be sent to me. My plans is to take a loan and pay the 3000 GBP for the CAS. And my question is will it be possible for me to hustle there n pay for the loan, remaining school fees which is 4,500 GBP and my living expenses.

Hi I just saw your post, have you made up your mind on what you want to do? I did exactly this... my story. Mine was different because I had previously schooled and worked there. Mu tuition fee was 12900, I got an alumni discount of 3225 and scholarship of 2000 which was 5225. So I had 7165 I think. I paid 3000 for my CAS which by the way all my saving left so I had 4165 to pay. For my money in my account I couldn't get any one to lend me without interest so I paid 8% interest which amounted to almost 420k if I am correct and then you have to pay for your Visa and health sub charges. I had to also pay for priority which pained me. By the time I was going after booking my flight I had less than £500 in my account. I was going to stay with my friend for sometime to help me save cost but she ending up charging me £140 per month which was understandable as she was paying mortgage and bills.

My journey... so I got in touch with some of my old employers and none was willing to give me a job. Anyway, I luckly got a job which paid £9 but only kept me on for two weeks, not sure why. So I had to start looking for another job. For me I was thinking it would be easy to get a job in my field since I had schooled there before but that was me dreaming. Anyway I ended up going back to work at a factory i worked with when I initially got to notts.

Honestly £4500 is a lot of money to pay especially if you are going to pay rent and take care of yourself I did pay the tuition fees on my own but got £1700 from my folks. So I paid £2465. I moved out my friend house 2 months later and got a place of £250. The school is lenient and would allow you to pay as many times possible but before June I think. I cannot say its not doable but it is definitely not easy.

For me, I would say you should rethink your option. I wish someone told me about the emotional and mental trauma it would cost. Don't forget that you would have school work deadlines and also depends on what course you are doing you might not have enough time. If the UK gave like a 2 year post study Visa I would say go maybe you can get people who would lend you and then you would pay back but £4500 in a city you are new too....

I wish I had done my research , probably would have not have gone back and that is only because i feel I didn't get anything out of the system even after all the stress except you have an "after I finish uni plan". My after I finish uni plan didn't work out.

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Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by TallTony75: 1:49pm On May 04
Please guys, which of the Visa center is better to chose when submitting your document Abuja or Lagos?

And has anyone used the super priority before, does it have any positive effect on your application? @Justwise and other Gurus in the house please I'll glad to hear from you.
Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by hosey: 6:28pm On May 04
ademeedee:


Hi I just saw your post, have you made up your mind on what you want to do? I did exactly this... my story. Mine was different because I had previously schooled and worked there. Mu tuition fee was 12900, I got an alumni discount of 3225 and scholarship of 2000 which was 5225. So I had 7165 I think. I paid 3000 for my CAS which by the way all my saving left so I had 4165 to pay. For my money in my account I couldn't get any one to lend me without interest so I paid 8% interest which amounted to almost 420k if I am correct and then you have to pay for your Visa and health sub charges. I had to also pay for priority which pained me. By the time I was going after booking my flight I had less than £500 in my account. I was going to stay with my friend for sometime to help me save cost but she ending up charging me £140 per month which was understandable as she was paying mortgage and bills.

My journey... so I got in touch with some of my old employers and none was willing to give me a job. Anyway, I luckly got a job which paid £9 but only kept me on for two weeks, not sure why. So I had to start looking for another job. For me I was thinking it would be easy to get a job in my field since I had schooled there before but that was me dreaming. Anyway I ended up going back to work at a factory i worked with when I initially got to notts.

Honestly £4500 is a lot of money to pay especially if you are going to pay rent and take care of yourself I did pay the tuition fees on my own but got £1700 from my folks. So I paid £2465. I moved out my friend house 2 months later and got a place of £250. The school is lenient and would allow you to pay as many times possible but before June I think. I cannot say its not doable but it is definitely not easy.

For me, I would say you should rethink your option. I wish someone told me about the emotional and mental trauma it would cost. Don't forget that you would have school work deadlines and also depends on what course you are doing you might not have enough time. If the UK gave like a 2 year post study Visa I would say go maybe you can get people who would lend you and then you would pay back but £4500 in a city you are new too....

I wish I had done my research , probably would have not have gone back and that is only because i feel I didn't get anything out of the system even after all the stress except you have an "after I finish uni plan". My after I finish uni plan didn't work out.

Please Sir. Can you tell me the name and post code of the factory you worked with. I will be really grateful. Is the job near the city centre or Brackenhurst?
Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by ademeedee: 6:43pm On May 04
hosey:


Please Sir. Can you tell me the name and post code of the factory you worked with. I will be really grateful. Is the job near the city centre or Brackenhurst?

Its pork farms and its between Clifton and the city centre. Branckenhurst kind of out of notts.
As for the post code, you can call gi group. That's the name of the agency I worked. I would PM their number.
Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by RalphJean: 12:22am On May 05
TallTony75:
Please guys, which of the Visa center is better to chose when submitting your document Abuja or Lagos?

And has anyone used the super priority before, does it have any [b]positive effect [/b]on your application? @Justwise and other Gurus in the house please I'll glad to hear from you.

Abuja & Lagos are the same. Choose the one closest and most convenient for you.
Superpriority means you get YES or a NO in/around 24 hours after submission.
All applications are treated on their merit.
Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by riosworos(m): 10:24am On May 06
Hello gurus in the house.... Was rejected visa in January (reason... Poor interview)... I plan on applying again for September section... My question is: is it advisable to use priority service after my January rejection?
Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by duni04(m): 11:05am On May 06
Hello all, please can anyone help me confirm the cost of the NHIS health charge paid during tier 4 application. Is it £150 or £300?
Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by TallTony75: 11:20am On May 06
RalphJean:


Abuja & Lagos are the same. Choose the one closest and most convenient for you.
Superpriority means you get YES or a NO in/around 24 hours after submission.
All applications are treated on their merit.

Thanks@RalphJean.
Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by ObodoNaija(f): 7:07pm On May 06
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Hi I just saw your post, have you made up your mind on what you want to do? I did exactly this... my story. Mine was different because I had previously schooled and worked there. Mu tuition fee was 12900, I got an alumni discount of 3225 and scholarship of 2000 which was 5225. So I had 7165 I think. I paid 3000 for my CAS which by the way all my saving left so I had 4165 to pay. For my money in my account I couldn't get any one to lend me without interest so I paid 8% interest which amounted to almost 420k if I am correct and then you have to pay for your Visa and health sub charges. I had to also pay for priority which pained me. By the time I was going after booking my flight I had less than £500 in my account. I was going to stay with my friend for sometime to help me save cost but she ending up charging me £140 per month which was understandable as she was paying mortgage and bills.

My journey... so I got in touch with some of my old employers and none was willing to give me a job. Anyway, I luckly got a job which paid £9 but only kept me on for two weeks, not sure why. So I had to start looking for another job. For me I was thinking it would be easy to get a job in my field since I had schooled there before but that was me dreaming. Anyway I ended up going back to work at a factory i worked with when I initially got to notts.

Honestly £4500 is a lot of money to pay especially if you are going to pay rent and take care of yourself I did pay the tuition fees on my own but got £1700 from my folks. So I paid £2465. I moved out my friend house 2 months later and got a place of £250. The school is lenient and would allow you to pay as many times possible but before June I think. I cannot say its not doable but it is definitely not easy.

For me, I would say you should rethink your option. I wish someone told me about the emotional and mental trauma it would cost. Don't forget that you would have school work deadlines and also depends on what course you are doing you might not have enough time. If the UK gave like a 2 year post study Visa I would say go maybe you can get people who would lend you and then you would pay back but £4500 in a city you are new too....

I wish I had done my research , probably would have not have gone back and that is only because i feel I didn't get anything out of the system even after all the stress except you have an "after I finish uni plan". My after I finish uni plan didn't work out.
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I have not gotten another plan. Thanks a lot for this
Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by Zoey1: 7:32pm On May 06
You are paying IHS.
Use the calculator on the website.
All Tier 4 applicant don't have same rate.
Standard rate for Self Sponsored Student is £300 per annum.


duni04:
Hello all, please can anyone help me confirm the cost of the NHIS health charge paid during tier 4 application. Is it £150 or £300?
Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by RalphJean: 12:27am On May 07
riosworos:
Hello gurus in the house.... Was rejected visa in January (reason... Poor interview)... I plan on applying again for September section... My question is: is it advisable to use priority service after my January rejection?

It is advisable to prepare, and do well in the future interview. Otherwise, even a Super-priority will not help.

By the way, if you have ever had a rejection, it advisable that you choose standard application. Otherwise , you may pay for priority but it will still take a long time, because of your previous rejection.

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Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by nellaluv(f): 7:37am On May 07
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winzy:
Hello.
Good evening.
Asking for a friend, he said he got a school that offers a 2 years Masters program, what's the possibility of getting a visa?

What's the name of the school?
Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by acevic: 10:41am On May 08
Hello,

Please do I need to get a yellow card to travel to the uk?
Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by TallTony75: 11:21am On May 08
acevic:
Hello,

Please do I need to get a yellow card to travel to the uk?


No you don't need it.
Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by TallTony75: 11:25am On May 08
nellaluv:
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What's the name of the school?


Most 2years UK Masters programmes are usually with Placement... That's 12 or 15 months course work and 1ur or 6months internship. There are lots of universities that offers such courses.
Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by nellaluv(f): 3:25pm On May 08
TallTony75:



Most 2years UK Masters programmes are usually with Placement... That's 12 or 15 months course work and 1ur or 6months internship. There are lots of universities that offers such courses.

Ok thanks. Lemme do a google search.
Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by TallTony75: 3:36pm On May 08
nellaluv:


Ok thanks. Lemme do a google search.

You're welcome... Search your propose course of study with placement or internship
Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by winzy(m): 5:24pm On May 08
nellaluv:


Ok thanks. Lemme do a google search.

Which course do you have in mind?
Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by Icesnow(f): 6:19pm On May 08
TallTony75:



Most 2years UK Masters programmes are usually with Placement... That's 12 or 15 months course work and 1ur or 6months internship. There are lots of universities that offers such courses.
pls is internship usually paid? Also, does it affect visa outcome?
Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by TallTony75: 8:26pm On May 08
Icesnow:
pls is internship usually paid? Also, does it affect visa outcome?


Usually internship is like a normal job and you will be paid mind you you're a student worker. I don't understand what you mean by; ' does it affect visa outcome'

You're not the designer of the course, if i understand your question, applying for a course with internship wont count against you.
Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by Icesnow(f): 9:04pm On May 08
TallTony75:



Usually internship is like a normal job and you will be paid mind you you're a student worker. I don't understand what you mean by; ' does it affect visa outcome'

You're not the designer of the course, if i understand your question, applying for a course with internship wont count against you.
Ok, thanks. You got my question correctly. I was thinking it might have a negative impact on visa issuance cos d VO might think you want to use the extra year for your benefit when there are alot of courses which have a year duration.
Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by nellaluv(f): 10:13pm On May 08
winzy:

Which course do you have in mind?
business management
Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by TallTony75: 10:41pm On May 08
Icesnow:
Ok, thanks. You got my question correctly. I was thinking it might have a negative impact on visa issuance cos d VO might think you want to use the extra year for your benefit when there are alot of courses which have a year duration.

That's why your intended course of study must have relate with your previous study. And you should be able to talk about the benefit of the placement to your career , your future plan.

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Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by LaaJiblik: 11:30pm On May 08
Icesnow:
pls is internship usually paid? Also, does it affect visa outcome?


Listen to me very carefully here.
I am talking from experience.
Internships do pay- yes.

Problem is: It is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than for you to get the type of internship that pays (that you are talking about).

Let No one, I mean no one deceive you. You are very unlikely going to get a ‘blue collar’ internship placement. You may not be able to get into industry, because you are very much likely lacking the required competencies and certifications.

Working in Care or Retail or Hospitality (all such temp ‘student jobs’ are not considered Internship.

Be careful. Very very careful. If you can, please mention (here on this forum) what your proposed course is, and what your expectations are. You will get good advise from folks.

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Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by Patra123: 10:47am On May 09
chucksbadt:
Who's going to Coventry university this September?
Hi Chuks, have you done your interview yet? September too.

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