University of Huddersfield International Study Centre
To study at University of Huddersfield International Study Centre, you will need a Tier 4 (General) student visa.
Student visa applications work on a points-based system in the UK; if you score 40 points, you will be granted a visa. In order to apply for your visa, you must:
You will be contacted to let you know whether or not your visa application has been successful.
You can apply for a visa up to three months before your course start date. Apply early to make sure there is enough time for your application to be processed. You can check average processing times for your country here.
If you have a Tier 4 (General) student visa, and your course is between six and 12 months long, you may arrive in the UK up to one month before it starts. You can stay in the UK for an extra 4 months after your course end date.
A credibility interview is designed to ensure that you comply with the UK’s immigration rules. In the interview, an Entry Clearance Officer (ECO) will try to establish that you are a genuine student, and not planning to use a student visa for holiday or work. The purpose of the interview is to show that you are serious about studying at a UK university, and that you have researched your chosen course and university.
You will normally be interviewed at the visa application centre when you submit your visa application documents. This interview is via a secure video system and you will be interviewed by a UKVI member of staff based in the UK.
Make sure you have researched the University of Huddersfield International Study Centre and the local area, and are able to explain why you chose it.
Below are a few examples of common credibility interview questions:
If you receive a visa refusal, you have 28 days to submit an Administrative Review to the UKVI and challenge the decision made by the ECO. International Study Centre staff can help you with this process.