Announcements & Upcoming Events

LOOKING FORWARD TO FURTHER YOUR STUDIES AT UK?

Yes, you are at the correct website! Application in progress for September 2016. Contact us for more details.

 

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NEW INTAKE IN JANUARY 2013

Check out the new intake in JANUARY 2013 from Edge Hill University, University of West England and Bradford University.

 

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NEW STREAMLINED UK VISA APPLICATION PROCESS FOR MALAYSIAN STUDENTS

New streamlined UK visa application process for Malaysian students. Click HERE for more details.

 

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (F.A.Q.)

 

Q1: How do I apply?

 

A1: Different universities may differ in application procedure. Some universities accept direct entry while others will have to apply via UCAS online with the help of EMS staff. Students are advised to contact EMS to find out how to apply to the University of your choice.

 

 

Q2: What is the cost of studying in the UK?


A2: Course fees vary with subjects, year of entry and universities of your choice. To get more up-to-date information, students can click on the link to the University’s website and search for course fee structure. You can also contact EMS staff for more details. Further to that, students are required to reserve an amount for cost of living which will cover your accommodation, traveling, food, etc. for at least 9 months (1 academic year). The required monthly living costs will depend on where you will be studying in the UK. This will be either £600 or £800 per month for up to nine months (for undergraduate courses) and 12 months (postgraduates).

 

 

Q3: Do I need a VISA?

 

A3: Yes, students who will be enrolling into a course with the duration of one year or more are required to obtain a UK Residence permit or VISA. Students will need to apply under the TIER 4 of the Point Based System. The points-based system (PBS) is a system for managing migration for those wishing to enter the UK for work or study. For more information, please click here.

 

 

Q4: Can I work while studying?


A4: Students are allowed to work part-time (20 hours a week) and fulltime during term breaks. However, your sponsor (education provider) must be recognized (A Rated) by the UK Border Agency. To check your sponsor’s status with the UKBA, please click here.

 

 

Q5: Do I have to pay for using EMS’s services?

 

A5: No. EMS services are FREE.