1 – You need to have your English skills evaluated. This primarily refers to the IELTS and TOEFL tests.
2 – You need to be a citizen of a nation outside of the European Economic Area (EEA).
3 – If you want to study at a university or work in the United Kingdom, you should come prepared with the necessary paperwork.
4 – For the first few years of your stay in the UK on a student or work visa, you’ll need to prove that you have sufficient funds to cover your living expenses.
5 – To further demonstrate your eligibility for the necessary visa, you must additionally provide character and health certificates.
1 – Highly qualified foreigners
Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa
Tier 1 Investor Visa
Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visa
Tier 1 Graduate Entrepreneur Visa
|IT & Software||£55,000 – £85,000|
|Marketing & Sales||£53,000 – £70,778|
|Hospitality||£48,000 – £65,000|
|Accounting & Finance||£65,000 – £84,000|
|Human Resources||£55,000 – £75,000|
|Construction||£50,000 – £65,000|
|Professional and Scientific Services||£63,000 – £95,100|
1 – If you have a job offer with a salary of at least 26,000 GBP per year, you will receive 20 bonus points.
2 – 10 points are awarded for a doctorate in a relevant discipline, and twenty for a doctorate in a STEM field.
3 – A job offer that addresses a critical scarcity of qualified candidates is worth 20 points.
|Job offer||20 points|
|Job at appropriate skill level||20 points|
|English speaking skills||10 points|
|Salary of 26,000 and above or relevant PhD in a STEM subject||10 + 10 = 20 points|