If you're a student on a full-time or pre-sessional course, you can apply to extend your visa through our Student visa extension service.
Find out which visa type you need, how to apply and how our Student Immigration Service can help you with your visa questions.
Find out which type of student visa you need to apply for.
Find out about the documents you need before applying for a Student visa, and which application process to use.
You'll need a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) number from the University before you can apply for your Student visa.
Read about the financial documents that you need to provide in support of your visa application.
Keep up to date with any relevant immigration advice during the coronavirus outbreak. Updated 11/01/2020
You must take different actions depending on which immigration document you have lost, or has been stolen, and whether this happens in the UK or abroad.
Find out more about the current academic engagement monitoring policy and process for Student and Tier 4 visa holders
If you're on a full-time Student visa, your family or friends may be able to apply to join you in the UK, but must follow a different process from you.
Find out how to get the right visa to travel abroad.
If you are on a full-time Student or Tier 4 visa, you must only work as much as your visa allows. You could face serious penalties for any error.
You can use the Student and Tier 4 visa worker booking system to make sure you don't exceed the number of hours you're entitled to work.
Find out what work you can and can't do as a full-time Student or Tier 4 visa holder.
Find out how your visa status affects the placement, or placements, you may do as part of your course.
Find out how to apply for the Doctorate Extension Scheme visa so that you can start work in the UK after you have finished your doctoral studies.
Find out what work visas are available for international students after you graduate.
UKCISA, UUK, the NUS and the British Council have created some films to answer your questions about studying in the UK as an EU national post 31 January 2020.
How prospective and current UK and EU students might be affected by Britain's exit from the EU.
Find out how to apply and how the Student Immigration Service can support your EU Settlement Scheme application.
This guide will help you to understand various different categories of immigration depending on the reason why a migrant wishes to come to the UK.
This guide will help you to understand more about visas available to students coming on programmes or visits of up to 6 months
The University is obliged to make sure all workers are eligible to work in the UK. Appropriate checks should be completed prior to any work being undertaken.
Details of the circumstances in which University staff should look for help from the Student Immigration Service.
An online and fully interactive training course for all staff working with international students and applicants at the University.