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Special interim arrangements for registration with the police have been made for students in London during the 2013 autumn term.
Updated information about police registration
When you are planning your housing
be clear what the options are
be clear what you want, what you need, what you can afford and what you would be prepared to compromise on
Check the information from your college or university for details about how to get there, including any transport arranged by your institution. Carry this information in your hand luggage.
This term can vary widely from country to country. Plagiarism means taking someone else’s ideas or work and presenting it as your own, without acknowledging the original source. This may n...
Are you an international student in the UK? Do you have a talent for photography? Education UK are running a competition looking at what UK student life has to offer.
We received more than 150 fantastic entries from students and colleagues all over the UK.
The study will explore why PGT students may choose to seek help or avoid seeking help when they have academic problems.
Don't ignore illness at exam time - tell your institution!
If something unexpected happens before or during your exams, for example you become very unwell or have an accident or experience serious family problems, don't ignore it. If you think the illnes...
Sheffield Hallam University is the first winner of UKCISA’s Professor Paul Webley Award for Innovation in International Education.
Internship opportunity at UKCISA - applications open!
UKCISA provides support to students and to members. This area of the website is for students. Members, external organisations and Press can find more information on the Instituti...
He spoke to PIE about Brexit, the role of the APPG for international students and post-study work visas
All our members subscribe to the UKCISA Code of Practice This outlines the values and practices of what we expect from our members and references other relevant codes.
The UKCISA Code of Ethics...
To increase support for international education and raise awareness of its values and benefits.
To promote greater student mobility and reduce obstacles and barriers to it.
If you are in the UK with some other immigration status, check what your passport sticker or any other documents issued by the Home Office say about employment. You can usually work without restrictio...
Many of the provisions of the fees and Student Support (student finance) regulations
require ordinary residence in the UK and Islands, or in the EEA,
Switzerland, overseas territories and/or Turkey....
Your options when your sabbatical officer post ends depend on whether you need to complete your course, and whether you want to undertake further study or find work in the UK or elsewhere.
There are a number of factors you should consider when choosing, and opening, a bank account or building society account as an international student in the UK. We cannot advise you on which account, a...
One million students have visited the Prepare for Success website for free learning resources about studying in the UK.
In addition to having current valid road tax, insurance and a driving licence, you must:
drive on the left-hand side of the road and overtake on the right-hand side;
wear a crash-helmet ...
Winners of the 2015 NUS/UKCISA Internationalisation Awards announced!
Take a look at the NUS Internationalisation Award shortlist by category.
Recognition of great work supporting students with NUS/UKCISA Internationalisation Awards
Congratulations to NUS Internationalisation Award winners!
NUS want to understand more about the different routes and pathways that leads American students to a postgraduate course in the UK and what sorts of information they looked for to undertake the cours...
If you're an American postgraduate student in the UK you can take part in this online survey and enter a prize draw to win £300.
Publicly funded educational institutions normally charge two levels of fee:
a lower 'home' fee and a higher 'overseas' fee. Private sector
institutions often have only one level of tuition fee, whic...
We’re very pleased to be sponsoring the NUS Internationalisation Awards again this year. Find out about categories and how to enter.
Since October 2011, the immigration rules have included provisions to refuse immigration applications by some people, if they have an outstanding unpaid invoice for NHS treatment.
See our information...
Admission on a NHS-funded course (for example, Nursing or Midwifery) can depend very much on whether you will be granted a NHS Bursary. The requirements are similar to the general Student Support...
This section explains your options if you stop studying at your sponsor institution because it has a problem with its Tier 4 licence or has closed. It is very important that the Home Office has your ...
Students in China can apply for a faster visa service, and improvements to application processes in Asia
UKCISA recently announced that Lord Karan Bilimoria had taken over as President of the organisation.
New guidance from 1 August 2014. Amendments to Annex 7, re. SELT provision.
New Tier 4 policy guidance published by the Home Office
New application form from 28 January 2016
The phone number for our student advice line has changed.
New safety guides for international students from the British Council.
UK Higher Education International Unit’s report shows benefits of student mobility, including higher average salaries and increased likelihood of achieving a First Class or Upper Second Class degree.
New PBS dependants policy guidance for January 2017 - no real changes
New 'long residence' (Tigere) provision in Scottish fees and Student Support regulations from 2017-18 academic year with interim provision for the current academic year.
We've updated and revised our free online tool to help international students manage their money while studying in the UK.
Coming to the UK? Read our blog.
New Rules for visitors, Tier 4 students and dependants come into force on 1 October.
TB testing in Afghanistan and small changes to the child visitor requirements.