As we embark for Jan’2021, there are bound to be many changes in the process for UK. Follow the below the guidelines:

1.Gaps: Any gap which is more than 2 years for students going for Bachelors would be under scrutiny by embassy and in most of the cases would require an interview by embassy. Ensure that you have good answers for reasons of gap and why you have decided to continue studies.

2. English Proficiency: In spite of waiver the students have to write either IELTS/TOEFL/PTE as it would improve chances for visa and admissions.

3. Tuition Fees: Try to ensure maximum payment for better chances at Visa and Immigration. Many universities have devised separate requirements for Punjab & Haryana wherein they are asking for tuition fee ranging from 60-100%.

4. Financial irregularities: Funds submitted during visas will have greater scrutiny. Make sure that Fixed Deposit can be verified at head office. Would prefer saving bank account as its most transparent and least chances of manipulations.

6. Knowledge about University/Program/Location etc.: You are likely to face interviews at 3 stages i.e. By University/ By Visa Officer/ By immigration Officer. Be ready with detailed information about a) University b) Its history c) Accreditations d) About the Program & modules e)Location & details of how to travel f) Salient Features g) Tuition fees h) options for accommodations

7. Relevance of Course to Student’s Background: You should be able to justify the reasons for the program and how it is going to help your profile and qualifications.

8. Clarity about Future Plans: You should have a clarity on your future plans in context of India. Avoid generic answers and be prepared with answers with relevant data about job options for a particular specializations.