Applying to a UK University

Applying to a UK University

The UK university application process

Applying to UK universities with SI-UK is fast and simple. We can help you choose from thousands of courses and hundreds of universities, colleges, and language schools located all over the UK with our free university application support.

How does it work?

1. First consultation

Our expert consultants will explain the process of applying to a UK university and discuss your study and career goals.

2. Choose where you want to study

Your consultant will assess your academic background and suggest three universities where you will be able to secure offers.

3. Create your application

We will review your personal statement, CV, reference letters and application forms prior to submission, before sending them to three universities.

4. Check your English level

An IELTS practice test will allow our experienced English teaching staff to assess your current English level. We will review the results and advise you on how best to reach your target IELTS score.

5. Receive your university offer

You will receive conditional or unconditional offers, and we will assist you in making the right choice.

6. Secure your UK visa

The Student Visa Service can help you obtain your Tier 4 student visa to study in the UK.

Apply to study in the UK

If you are interested in learning more about studying in the UK, arrange a free consultation in Nairobi today.

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SI-UK's service is fast, reliable and efficient. Their consultants are specialistsworking closely with all UK universities and through my consultant’s advice and application assistance, I was able to receive offers from my favored universities.

Carla Termini King's College London, Accounting and Finance

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