What are the main requirements?
In order to qualify for entry to the UK under the Short-term study route applicants must demonstrate that:
Those under 18 must also be able to demonstrate that:
How long can I stay and what are the conditions of my stay?
Applicants coming to the UK to study a short course or for a short period of research are able to stay in the UK for up to six months. Applicants who are aged 16 or over, who are coming to the UK to take an English language course, are able to remain in the UK for up to 11 months.
During their stay in the UK those who have entered via this route are not permitted to work, study at a state school or receive public funds.
How we can help?
The requirements of the Short-term Study visa are highly prescriptive and the Home Office routinely refuse applications that do not fully comply with the Immigration Rules and guidance. Our highly experienced team of immigration lawyers will assist in preparing and submitting your application to achieve the best possible outcome. They will also fully advise on the requirements to be satisfied for extension applications.
If you’d like to discuss matters further, please email our Immigration team on firstname.lastname@example.org or complete the online enquiry form on this page.