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Hi.Undergraduate course 3 yrs or Postgraduate 1 yr (full-time) depending on which offers become available. Applicant already has a degree at a UK higher institution, but would like to study a different course at a different University.23 yrs old.Thanks.Kind regards
Thank you for your inputs. I would like to ask a few more questions to clarify this matter, please.First of all, with regards XXXXX XXXXX maintenance fees, if the applicant decides to study in inner London, I am aware that they have to pay 9,000 Pounds Sterling for the first 9 months,plus course fees, but is it necessary to have the fees for the entire course duration at the time of applying or will the course fees for the initial year be sufficient, please?
And in the case of an postgraduate course, would the entire fees for the course duration (normally 1 year full-time and 2 years part-time) need to be presented when submitting the visa application? Are non EU applicants allowed to do a part-time postgraduate degree (2 years) and be permitted to work part-time or are they only permitted to study a full-time postgraduate course (which normally lasts a 1 year) please? ThanksAlso, what do you mean by an applicant who has an 'established presence studying in the UK', please? Does that include an applicant who has already attained a degree, with a highly trusted UK based institution/sponsor?Next, with regards XXXXX XXXXX are the 28 days counted from the date of the last closing balance, prior to the application?And is it not advisable to have funds in account for more than 28 days prior to the application?Finally, the applicant is seeking financially sponsorship from a member of the family and does not have any other means of funding at all i.e. would be fully supported by the sponsor, as it stands, so would the sponsor's bank statement and a signed letter, be sufficient? ThanksAnd what format does the sposnor letter have to adhere to? If you could kindly outline an example of such letter. Thank you.Kind regards.
Hi there. Thank you for your detailed answer.There's been a slight misunderstanding with re to the 1st question I've asked you. What I meant is that, at the time of applying for a student Tier 4 visa, does the applicant need to have the total sum of fees (3 yrs worth of fees or however long the course is) before applying, or will the 1st year's fees, only, be sufficent?Also, just to clarify, are non EU applicants permitted to study a degree at postgraduate level at a part-time basis or a full-time basis, please? I'm not referring to a degree in Medicine, a different field, non-Science based i.e. Arts etc ThanksFinally, could you kindly outline the format/template of an affidavit letter, please? Thank you.Kind regards.
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