On Monday 5th October the new Student route visa was introduced which replaced the Tier 4 (General) visa. We are in the process of updating our online information, therefore, if you have questions about the Student visa requirements please email firstname.lastname@example.org for advice.
The following pages contain useful information to support your visa application from within the UK. Please read them carefully and if you have any questions contact the International Student Advisory team.
Tier 4 (General)
- Requirements for a Tier 4 visa application (In UK)
- Credibility interview advice for Tier 4 students
- Translation requirements for visa applications
If you would like your documents and Biometric Residence Permit to be delivered to the International Student Advisory team, then use the below address for your correspondence:
Tier 4 Maintenance Requirements
Tier 4 Dependants
Tier 4 Doctorate Extension Scheme (DES)
If you are a Tier 4 student and you are pregnant, it is very important that you talk to one of our International Student Advisers as soon as possible.
Birth in the UK does not automatically make a baby a British citizen. If your baby is born in the UK but is not a British citizen, it is quite lawful for him or her to remain in the UK without making an immigration application. However, the baby will need immigration permission to re-enter the UK after any travel abroad, and for babies born to Tier 4 students, there are limited instances when the baby can apply for immigration permission as your dependant.
Healthcare for children born in the UK
We advise that students who have babies born in the UK seek to make an immigration application for them as soon as possible after their birth to avoid potential liability for NHS charges in any period between three months after they are born and before their leave to remain is granted.
UKCISA has very detailed information on babies born in the UK.