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HSMP Visa UK

Want to live and work in the UK? The Highly Skilled Migrant Programme (HSMP) gives talented applicants the opportunity to immigrate to the UK.

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Work Permit Visa UK

Planning on working for a company in the UK? The Work Permit allows skilled employees to work for a company based in the UK.

Free Eligibility Assessment

Worker Registration UK

Accession 8 National in the UK? You may be covered by this scheme if you want to work in the UK for more than one month.

Free Eligibility Assessment

Business Visa UK

Want to run a business in the UK? The Business Visa encourages successful business people to settle in the UK and develop new or existing businesses.

Free Eligibility Assessment

Family Visa UK

Want to be closer to your family? Under the Family class Visa, UK citizens and permanent residents can sponsor family members.

Free Eligibility Assessment

Partner Visa UK

Want to join your partner/spouse in the UK? The UK Partner Visa is for people who want to come to the UK to join their partner or marry their UK fiancé.

Free Eligibility Assessment

Student Visa UK

Want to study in the UK? The Student Visa allows overseas nationals to take advantage of a UK education and even work part-time.

Free Eligibility Assessment

Visitor Visa UK

Want to travel to the UK? The UK Visitor Visa allows people to travel to the UK to sightsee or visit family and friends.

Free Eligibility Assessment

Ancestry Visa UK

Grandparents born in UK? This visa is for people who want to live and work in the UK and can prove their UK ancestry.

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Study in the UK


In general, it is compulsory for children aged 5 to 16 years in Britain to attend school. At the preparatory or primary school stage, students undertake two Key Stage tests, one at age 7, and the other at age 12. The next stage, secondary school, commences at age 11 or 12. Students from about the age of 14 begin to study for their GCSE exams, generally completed at age 16. Students then have the choice of whether or not to continue with their education; if they choose to proceed with Post-16 education in order to enter tertiary education, they will sit their A-levels at about age 18. Upper level education consists of vocational or technical schools offering certificates and universities and colleges where people can graduate with undergraduate- or postgraduate-level degrees.

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