Make a list of the pros and cons of your dream University to find the right place for you. Things like: prices, weather, nightlife and things of cultural interest.
Find out what kind of visa you need (EU students note the changes that will come in March 2019).
Learn how the English application system works. All enrolment is done online via an organisation called UCAS (Universities and Colleges Admissions Services).
EU members will be eligible for free (or reduced cost) health care on the NHS. Coming from outside the UK requires your own insurance.
Look up all the information you need to open your own bank account in the UK.
Students from outside the EU can only work up to 20 hours per week while studying.
See if you are entitled to any financial support. EU members can apply for a tuition fee loan from the government provided that you’ve been living in Europe for the past three years. Non EU students will likely have to apply in their own country of residence for help with fees.
Get in contact with the University of your choice to inquire into student accommodation.
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