Yes, we help completely free, because we have direct contracts with universities and they pay us to help applicants.
Yes, universities in England allow you to start your studies without a high school diploma, but in this case you have to go through foundation year.
No, the studies are financed by Student Finance England. You get money to study and live. The government covers tuition in the amount of £ 9,250 / year. This money is not refunded if you earn less than £ 26,000 a year after graduation. Additionally, you can get a Maintanance Loan in the amount of £ 9,000 to £ 15,000 and you don’t have to pay it back if your earnings do not exceed £ 26,000 a year.
This is money for a living from 9 to 15 thousand pounds a year allocated by Student Finance England. To qualify you need an insurance number and 3 months of work in the UK. The amount of funds allocated depends on whether you have children, a wife, distance from university, earnings or looking after an elderly person.
Repayment of the loan looks the same as if you graduated. However, you can suspend the year or change direction to avoid repayment
Studies in England are only two days a week (about 12 hours). Foundation year, i.e. a compensatory year with English 3/4 days a week (20h)
This is a compensatory year if you do not have a high school diploma or sufficient language skills. This year you will learn how to write essays or make a presentation. You must pass it in the same way as normal studies. Classes last 3/4 days a week
The academic year lasts about 8 months and consists of 12 weeks of classes in each of the two semesters, holiday breaks and examination sessions. It starts at the end of September and ends at the end of May or at the beginning of June.
IELTS is an international English language exam, regularly organized among others in Poland. It is paid but at universities it is approached or similar tests (TELAS) free of charge during the university exams. It consists of reading, speaking, writing and listening. You need to get a minimum of 4.5 points to get to the compensatory year with English or 5.5 points for year 1.
Of course, attendance is required during studies but you must be at least 70% active. If you leave anything, you can check everything online during the classes
Unfortunately, the government, as it grants you funds for studies, requires that you complete your education. If you give up or are fired for a long absence you must return 60% of the funds.
Yes, we help in the whole process from application to registration at the university by helping to complete the application for funding.
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