Course Hunter is a trusted UK university partner committed to providing international and EU students with quality guidance and step-by-step assistance throughout the admission process. We don’t charge money for admission services. You can benefit for free.
Additionally, we also extend our services to home students but with limited options. Browse through our extensive range of cost-free admission services for students.
Help Find a University
The United Kingdom offers hundreds of universities and thousands of courses to choose from. With so many options to select from, it can be challenging to make your selection. However, not when you consult with us! Our seasoned team will provide you with quality guidance for finding the right institute and course according to your career goals and aspirations.
For a free admission consultation, visit the help and guide page.
Learn About the Courses
Indeed, no matter what you are passionate about, the United Kingdom is the best place to pursue your studies. Benefit from our free services to learn the different course levels and types. So, whether you want to know about undergraduate courses or postgraduate programmes, diplomas or PhD, we can fill you in on all the details regarding the degree of your choice. This will help you make an informed degree and course selection.
At Course Hunter, we offer personalised counselling. Our counsellors understand that studying abroad is a life-changing event; thus, choosing the right course, institute and place to study is critical to ensure your prospects are bright. With our profound knowledge and understanding of the overseas education and career sectors, our counsellors can provide you with one on one counselling to answer all your queries, and concerns regarding studying in the UK and the course to choose to build your future.
Find the Right Course and Scholarship Programme
If you want to study in the UK and to apply for a scholarship, then being an international student, you must first conduct in-depth research about the course you wish to enrol in, its deadline, and cost. Make sure that you possess all the relevant information you require before you apply. This includes submission deadline, funding deadline, and supporting documents. Also, you should choose at least three universities. It will increase your chances of getting selected.
If you need assistance with this, we can help for free. Moreover, we have partnered with universities that offer scholarship applications for international students. Our expert counsellors can guide you on how to make a scholarship application. To help students with scholarship applications, we can also arrange a direct appointment with the institute’s representative who can answer all your queries. Besides this, you can meet representatives at education fairs, and open days. These are great ways to gather course information and to learn about their scholarships.
Learn About Entry Requirements
It is essential to note that entry requirements vary from programme to programme, and the country you’re coming from. Entry checks are different from students coming from an English speaking country and those where English is not spoken commonly. So, to learn about the entry requirements in your case, book an appointment with our counsellor today. We’ll advise you for free.
Talk to Our Partner University Officer Directly
We at Course Hunter have a widespread and growing network of universities that we continue to partner with. At present we are partners with over 130 UK universities. Additionally, our strong contacts with our partners enable us to connect you with an international admission officer of a partner university. All you have to do is fill and submit the request a callback form, and we’ll schedule your appointment. It’s as simple as it can be.
Documents Should Be in English
In case if you’re required documents like bank statements, educational certificates and other documents are not in English. First, thing you need to do is to get them translated and verified by the Home Office. To learn about the documents for requirements, visit the Entry Requirements section.
UKVI IELTS Preparation
Students who want to apply for a Tier 4 Student Visa to pursue a bachelor or postgraduate degree at a Tier 4 Sponsor university must submit IELTS results. IELTS is the abbreviation for International English Language Testing System. The test result of IELTS is used as a measure of English language proficiency of the candidate. IELTS ensures that the student has adequate English communication skills and is ready to study and work in countries where English is spoken. Our advisor can provide you with proven tips and techniques to prepare for IELTS for the best results.
When you apply for the UK visa, you will be required to show bank statements to prove that you have adequate funds to finance at least the first year of the course. Moreover, if you haven’t paid any of your tuition fees, you will have to show that you have held the full amount of your tuition fee in your bank account for 28 days consecutive from the closing balance of your bank statement. However, if you have paid some of the fees, then you will show on your CAS statement the remaining amount of the fees.
However, for those planning to apply for postgraduate research courses, there are numerous funding sources available. From government-backed schemes to private lenders, students can get loans to pay for their postgraduate research programmes. These loans contribute towards not just the tuition fees but also the living cost. Consult our expert to learn your options before you apply for a loan.
PCDL is the abbreviation for Professional and Career Development Loans. They are bank loans offered to students to pay for their courses and training. The loan amount ranges from £300 to £10,000. These loans are offered at the lowered interest rate, and the government pays the interest while you study.
On the other hand, private loans like Future Finance offer loans based on your credit history. These loans have arrangement fees, but they usually require a guarantor. Although we don’t recommend or endorse any particular bank or product, these loans may help fund your education. Needless to say you must carefully read all terms and conditions before you apply or take out a loan so that you’re well-aware of the repayment plan, interest rates change and charges if you don’t pay off on time.
You’re required to have a fixed amount of money to ensure you can afford to live in the UK. For example, if you want to study in London, then you will need approximately £1,265 monthly for your course and around £11,385 for a maximum of nine months. This amount should be in your account for 28 days, consecutively. It should not drop between this period.
However, if you’re applying with a dependant, then they too must have a certain amount of money in their bank account such as the dependant needs to show £845 for each month of immigration permission that you have been granted.
If you study outside of London, then you must show £680 for each month of immigration permission that you have been granted.
Immigration Health Surcharge
If you’re a non-EEA national and have been granted immigration permission for more than six months, then you will have to pay the surcharge. This is a financial contribution to the National Health Service. This is all applicable for those who are non-EEA national and already in the UK looking for an extension to stay in the UK.
Airport Pickup Service
We provide all types of assistance to our students, ensuring that they have a smooth journey from their country to wherever in the UK they are flying to. We will happily direct you to your sponsor institute. Also, if you wish to benefit from the airport pickup service, call us at least 48 hours before you arrive.
From bus service to taxis and London underground facilities, there are many ways to commute from the airport to the place where you place to live.
All services that we offer are free. Book an appointment with us or request a callback. Get in touch with our counsellors for quality assistance all the way.