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How can my child study in the UK?

Posted by: Gherson Immigration

The Child Student visa is available to those who are between 4-17 years old and have obtained a place at an independent school in the UK.

In order to qualify for a Child Student visa, a child must demonstrate that:

  • They have been issued with a valid Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (“CAS”) from a Home Office approved UK independent school;
  • Their parent(s) or guardian(s) have adequate funds to cover their tuition fees and living costs in the UK;
  • They will be living in the UK at boarding school, with a parent or guardian who holds a Parent of a Child Student visa (for children aged 12 and under), or with a close relative who is a British citizen or settled in the UK; and
  • Their parent(s) or guardian(s) consent to them studying in the UK.

How can my child study in the UK?If your child is under the age of 16 at the date of application, they will be granted a visa for the duration of their course (up to 6 years), plus an additional 4 months.

If your child is aged 16 or 17 years, they will be granted a visa for the duration of their course (up to 3 years), plus an additional 4 months.

 

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