D'Overbroeck's Oxford

D'Overbroeck's Oxford

United Kingdom

Very high Achievement for high achiever students

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Business Type: Secondary and 6th Form

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Age Range: From 13-18

Gender: Mix

Curriculum:

  • IB
  • AP
  • Foundation
  • Foundation Medicine

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Country: United Kingdom

City: Oxford

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Courses: Principle of Management, Business Communication

Course Name Duration Minimum Age Level Fees Intake More Details
Upper School (Ages 13-19) Full Borader Years 7-13 minimum 1 year From 13-18 2,3 £11511
Sixth Form A Levels 2 years From 13-18 3 £8100 September
Year 7-11 1 Year From 13-18 2 £6050 September
5 month BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma equivalent to 1 A Level 5 months From 13-18 3 £6,020 September or January
BTEC Plus (BTEC plus one A Level) 1 Year From 13-18 3 £3150 September

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Accommodation

Accommodation Type: Residential

Description:

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Price: £150 Per Week: Full Board

Accommodation Type: Home Stay

Description:

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Price: £150 Per Week: Full Board

Accommodation Type: Home Stay

Description:

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Price: £150 Per Week: Full Board

Visa for United Kingdom

Visa Name Documents Needed Visa Application Fees
Child Student Visa
    • Valid passport
    • Visa application form
    • Passport-sized recent photograph
    • Proof that you have paid the visa fee/ visa application fee
    • Proof of funds/financial evidence
    • Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) 
    • Valid Academic Technology Approval Scheme (ATAS) certificate (If needed)
    • Medical test results for tuberculosis
    • Payment of the Immigration Healthcare Surcharge (IHS)
    • Written agreement from financial sponsor (in case of sponsorship)
    • Police clearance certificate

However, if you are under 18 years of age, some additional documents are needed. These are:

  • Proof of consent from parents or legal guardian
  • Evidence of relationship with parents or legal guardian
  • Copy of birth certificate or any government document that displays the names of parents
£348
Student Visa

2. Proficiency in the English Language

You must prove that you are fluent in the English language. The level is measured on the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) scale.

As proof, you must pass the Secure English Language Test (SELT).

Level of study

English skill level (CEFR)

Below degree level

B1

Degree level or above

B2

Note: If you have applied for a course of degree level or more, then:

  • The provider can evaluate your English language skills.
  • You might have to take a different test. But, still, the test results have to be equivalent to the B2 level.

3. Eligibility criteria

Eligibility-criteria

The eligibility criteria for the UK student visa requirements are:

  • The applicant must be of 16 years of age or more
  • The candidate must have enough funds to pay the course fee. They must also be able to support themselves during their stay
  • The applicant must have an offer from an approved educational institution
  • The candidate must be at a certain level in the English language test results

4. Documents Needed

The documents needed for the student visa are:

    • Valid passport
    • Visa application form
    • Passport-sized recent photograph
    • Proof that you have paid the visa fee/ visa application fee
    • Proof of funds/financial evidence
    • Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) 
    • Valid Academic Technology Approval Scheme (ATAS) certificate (If needed)
    • Medical test results for tuberculosis
    • Payment of the Immigration Healthcare Surcharge (IHS)
    • Written agreement from financial sponsor (in case of sponsorship)
    • Police clearance certificate

However, if you are under 18 years of age, some additional documents are needed. These are:

  • Proof of consent from parents or legal guardian
  • Evidence of relationship with parents or legal guardian
  • Copy of birth certificate or any government document that displays the names of parents

 

Note: The offer letter for your study programme will mention whether the programme requires an ATAS certificate.

5. Tuberculosis Test Results

Tuberculosis-Test-Results

The main medical examination that you need to undergo is for tuberculosis. It is required if you intend to stay in the UK for more than six months. The test is a must for visa applicants from the specified list of countries.

For this examination, you have to take the chest x-ray test. But, if the results are uncertain, then you have to provide a sputum sample.

Only approved clinicians can perform the tests.

If the results are negative for tuberculosis, you will get a certificate. The certificate will have validity for six months from the date of the test.

6. Proof of funds

The sufficient funds required is £1,265.00 to support your living expenses and pay the UK's tuition fees.

In the Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS), the funds required are: 

  • £1,015 per month as living costs if your course is outside London
  • £1,265 per month if your course is in London
  • £2,530 for the course in London (if you are on the Doctorate Extension Scheme)
  • £2,030 for the course outside London (if you are on the Doctorate Extension Scheme)

Note: Proof of funds are not required if:

  • You had a valid visa previously for the UK
  • The visa must have been for a minimum of 12 months
  • Your country is listed under the ‘differential evidence requirement’
  •  Your application states you as a student union sabbatical officer

7. Immigration Healthcare Surcharge (IHS)

You must pay the Immigration Healthcare Surcharge (IHS). It is mainly for those who want to stay in the UK for more than six months. The amount of money that you have to pay depends. It is dependent on the amount of time you live in the UK.

If you are granted leave for less than six months, you need to pay half the annual amount. If you are granted leave for more than six months, you need to pay the full yearly amount.

You can use the NHS (National Health Service) after you have paid the IHS. But, you will still have to pay for dental treatments, prescriptions, assisted conception, eye tests, and so on.

£348
Short Term Study Visa
  • Valid passport
  • Visa application form
  • Passport-sized recent photograph
  • Proof that you have paid the visa fee/ visa application fee
  • Proof of funds/financial evidence

However, if you are under 18 years of age, some additional documents are needed. These are:

  • Proof of consent from parents or legal guardian
  • Evidence of relationship with parents or legal guardian
  • Copy of birth certificate or any government document that displays the names of parents
£95

Education in United Kingdom

The education system in the UK is also split into "key stages" which breaks down as follows:

  • Key Stage 1: 5 to 7 years old
  • Key Stage 2: 7 to 11 years old
  • Key Stage 3: 11 to 14 years old
  • Key Stage 4: 14 to 16 years old

Generally key stages 1 and 2 will be undertaken at primary school and at 11 years old a student will move onto secondary school and finish key stages 3 and 4.

Students are assessed at the end of each stage. The most important assessment occurs at age 16 when students pursue their GCSE's or General Certificate of Secondary Education. Once students complete their GCSE's they have the choice to go onto further education and then potential higher education, or finish school and go into the working world.

Our overview of the education system in the UK is divided into five main sections:

Primary Education

Primary education begins in the UK at age 5 and continues until age 11, comprising key stages one and two under the UK educational system. Please visit the British Council page for more information on primary education.

Secondary Education

From age 11 to 16, students will enter secondary school for key stages three and four and to start their move towards taking the GCSE's - learn more about secondary education in the UK and what it will involve. Primary and secondary education is mandatory in the UK; after age 16, education is optional.

Life in United Kingdom

Country Name: United Kingdom

Capital: London

Population: 67000000

Currency: Sterling Pound

Monthly Maintenance: £1200


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Life in Country:

There are a lot of things to do during student life in UK. The United Kingdom is worldly known for its natural refinement, millennium history, different cultures, Royal family, red buses, green hills fertile lowlands, and much more.

The world’s most famous universities are located in this country. The best scholars have studied at these universities Throughout the ages, the UK is the motherland of world-famous scientists, writers, novelists, diplomats, and philosophers. They are-

  • Charles Darwin
  • Sir Isaac Newton
  • Sir Winston Churchill
  • Sir Alexander Fleming
  • Michael Faraday
  • David Beckham and others.

Studying in William Shakespeare’s lands is no less than a fortune. If you want to know the United Kingdom, you need to know its soul London first.