*** This page is intended to give advice, with all information being up to date and correct at the time of publishing in January 2018. For more up to date visa and immigration information please see www.gov.uk/browse/visas-immigration/student-visas. ***
Do I need a visa?
If you are a citizen living outside the UK or the EU and EEA, applying to study for the academic year 2018/19 (September 2018 or January 2019) you will need to apply for a visa to study at the University of Bolton.
I am an international student
As an international student you will need a visa to study at the university. Every international applicant who receives an offer to study at Bolton will receive prompts on what to do to apply for their visa and receive their CAS. It’s an important and expensive decision you are making so making sure you understand what is involved is essential. Please take a look at the gov.uk website for up to date information.
I’m an EU/EEA student, will Brexit affect my immigration status?
The UK will remain in the EU until the Brexit process has been completed. This means that European Economic Area (EEA) and Swiss nationals continue to have the same rights and status, and are subject to the same residence requirements under EU law as was the case before the UK plans to leave EU membership were announced.
I’m not sure what my status will be, how do I check?
There are a number of ways to find out what your immigration status may be ahead of an application. The links below are best resources online to help you.
Please your check your status before applying and if you are still unsure get in touch at ku.ca1558926082.notl1558926082ob@la1558926082noita1558926082nretn1558926082i1558926082.
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