You have been thinking of studying abroad but are not sure whether it’s something for you? If you ask anybody who has studied abroad, he or she will probably tell you that it is a life-changing experience and one of the most rewarding things he or she has ever done.  So many questions arise when considering overseas study, so we have collated the most common questions asked by our students and hope that the answers provide you with resolve……

We are positive that there will be many more questions beyond those here, but hope these help you along.

 

On the NAS Website we have a list of our current partners, but each of these offer such a variant of ever-changing programs, it is best to contact us for current information.

 

Throughout your academic journey there will be occasions when you will need to contact the NAS team. Whilst we encourage you to make an appointment, our doors are always open, well… during office hours. We often have large numbers visiting the office, so you can either request an appointment online, or a callback though the contact us page.

We do not impose any charges for our services. However, most applications for undergraduate programmes in the United Kingdom will be made through UCAS (Universities and Collages Admissions Service). The application fee for UCAS is as following (*subject to change):-

Single choice of university: £12

Two – Five Choices: £23

We always encourage application as early as possible. Some UK universities require applications to be submitted by the October prior to the september start date, so please make sure you leave plenty of time.

You can apply while you are in your final semester of your current course, or as soon as you get your final results. Some universities have closing dates and limited places for certain courses to submit applications. Therefore, to secure your place we would suggest you apply it as soon as possible.

International students will only be allowed to apply for a full time course and will not be able to work full-time. However, students will be able to work part time as following:-

UK, Australia & New Zealand – Maximum 20 hours per week (*Subject to change – Please refer to respective countries’ immigration website)

We do not provide any sponsorship to students. However, we help guide and share information with students on different sponsorship available.

Yes, we will guide you through the consultation process, so don’t panic. We see applications daily, so are extremely experienced with visa applications to various destinations.

 

Yes, we assist students in getting accommodation. You have the option of choosing either on or off campus accommodation.

 

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