What I can and can’t do?
A. You can:
- work as a student union sabbatical officer
- apply from inside or outside the UK
- apply to extend your stay
- work – depending on what level your course is and what kind of sponsor you have
B. You can’t:
- get public funds
- work as a professional sportsperson, including a sports coach
- work more then 20 hours per week.
Can I bring my dependants?
Yes, provided if you show sufficent funds to support your dependants.
Do I Need A Visa To Study In Britain?
Entry requirements into Britain depend on where you are coming from. To find out what you need, please visit http://www.ukvisas.gov.uk.
What Do My Program Fees Cover?
Your program fees will cover placement in a carefully selected host family, placement in school, welcome and farewell orientations, the services of a student coordinator and excursions to places of interest. They do not cover the cost of flights or insurance.
How Much Money Do I Need To Bring?
We recommend that you bring a minimum of £ 250 per month spending money. You will need to buy personal items like bus or train tickets, snacks, toiletries or credit for your mobile phone. You will probably want to go shopping or the cinema, visit some tourist attractions and buy souvenirs, which means you need enough money to pay for things like transport, entrance fees and gifts.
Can I Drink Alcohol?
It is against the law to buy alcohol in Britain if you are less than 18 years old.
Can I Drive A Car?
You must be over 17 years old and have a licence and insurance. Britain is one of few countries in the world where people drive on the left hand side of the road, so you will probably be unused to our highway code, and we prefer it if you do not drive a car or motorbike.