WPC Lawyers is your gateway to academic success in the UK. Our Student Visa category is tailored for those aged 16 and above, eager to pursue further or higher education courses. For young learners aged 4 to 17, seeking education at independent schools, our Child Student Visa is the perfect choice. Let us guide you through the process, ensuring a smooth and rewarding educational journey in the UK. Your academic future begins with WPC Lawyers.
The Child Student Visa route is designed for children aged between 4 and 17, who wish to study at an independent school in the UK, which is a Home Office approved student sponsor. If you are aged 18 or over and wish to study a further or higher education course in the UK, then you should apply for a Student Visa instead. If you are aged 16 or 17 and want to study a course at or above Level 3 of the Regulated Qualifications Framework, then you can apply as either a Child Student at an independent school or as a Student. Let WPC Lawyers guide you through the process and ensure a seamless educational journey for you or your child in the UK.
The Graduate Visa allows international students who have completed an eligible UK degree to stay in the UK to work, or look for work, for two years (three years for those being awarded doctorates) after they have completed their studies. The Graduate Visa does not lead directly to settlement, but graduates on the route are able to switch into other work-based routes which can lead to settlement. WPC Lawyers can guide you through the process and explore the best options for your future in the UK.
The Parent of a Child Student Visa enables one parent to come to or remain in the UK to care for their child (or children) when the child is studying at an independent fee-paying school under a Child Student Visa. WPC Lawyers can assist you in obtaining this visa and ensure a smooth process for reuniting families in the UK.
The Short-term Student Visa (English Language) is designed for individuals aged 16 and over, seeking to study an English language course in the UK for 6 to 11 months at an accredited institution without a student sponsor. For English language courses lasting over 11 months, the Student Visa or Child Student Visa should be applied for instead. If the study or research period is less than 6 months, the UK offers a shorter 6-month Short-term Student Visa. This route is also suitable for those retaking examinations, modules, or undergoing oral examinations for a PhD qualification. For persons under 16, the Short-term Student (Child) route is available. WPC Lawyers can help you navigate these visa options and ensure a seamless educational experience in the UK.