The year 2023 saw a sea change in the UK's school and higher education landscape. For the international students who seek their further education in the UK, we strive to provide the most up to date information on what they are expected to consider before taking crucial decisions related to their studies and post study opportunities in the UK as well as abroad.

Oxford & Cambridge
Admissions to the World's Leading Universities in the UK

Chancellor Education offers you expert support from start to finish, including support for your personal statement, admissions test and Oxbridge interviews. Our programmes are designed from the ground up to help you gain entry to Oxford And Cambridge Universities.

Russel Group
Why one should study at a Russell Group University

1. Academic reputation

2. Resources and facilities

3. Networking opportunities

4. Research opportunities

5. International recognition

6. Prestige and reputation

Universities and Colleges Admissions Service

UCAS, short for Universities and Colleges Admissions Service, is an admissions portal for higher education in the UK. The specialized organization handles all applications for undergraduate studies. UCAS also handles most of the Masters admissions. Not only that, but their extensive platform offers a plethora of resources for prospective students and education institutions alike.

Student Visa
You can apply for a Student Visa to study in the UK if you’re 16 or over

Even if UK universities have opened their doors to successful applicants, there is yet another gate which needs to be unlocked, and the key is the Student Visa. This visa allows non-UK nationals to enter and live in the UK for the duration of their studies. Obtaining it may be a tedious process, but it is vital for those dreaming of studying in the UK.

Child Student Visa
You can apply for a Child Student Visa if you’re between 4 and 17 years old

The road to a distinguished UK education for your child goes through the Child Student Visa. This visa route allows children to enter the United Kingdom in order to study at an independent school. It opens the doors not just to the UK, but to an outstanding future.

Improve Your English Communication

SELT, which stands for Secure English Language Tests, are internationally recognized English language proficiency examinations. They are specifically designed for non-native speakers who need to demonstrate their English language skills for visa or immigration purposes in the United Kingdom. These tests assess a candidate's ability to communicate effectively in English across the four language skills: reading, writing, listening, and speaking

Personal Statements
A Personal Statement can help you stand out

Application requirements to the UK and elsewhere may vary immensely from programme to programme and from university to university, but the Personal Statement is a near-universal component. The essay brings together your past, present and future, telling the university who you are and why they would be wise to choose you.

Life in the UK
As A Student In The UK, You Will Discover Endless Ways To Enjoy Yourself

While our member universities have histories varying in length from 50 years to nearly 1,000, the Russell Group itself is a newer body, whose board members – the heads of the Russell Group universities - first began to meet in 1994. Set up as a professional, incorporated organisation in 2007, its aim is to help ensure that our universities

Graduate Immigration Route
Working Professionals After Graduating From A UK-Based Institution.

Chancellor Education Oxbridge Programmes Offer You Expert Support From Start To Finish, Including Support For Your Personal Statement, Admissions Test And Oxbridge Interviews. Our Programmes Are Designed From The Ground Up To Help You Gain Entry To Oxford And Cambridge University.

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