Study in the UK

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Applied to RCA DI. This was my timeline...

  • 14 Jan 2013: Submission of RCA application
  • 1 Feb 2013: Notice of RCA Interview
  • 15 March 2013: Submission of NAC Scholarship application
  • 18 Mar 2013: RCA Interview
  • 27 Mar 2013: Received offer for RCA DI
  • 30 Apr 2013: Notice of Scholarship Interview
  • 7 May 2013: Scholarship Interview
  • 7 June 2013: Received Scholarship offer

Tier 4 Student Visa Maintenance funds

When you apply for a Tier 4 student visa, you need to demonstrate that you will be able to support yourself financially as a student in the UK. This means you will have to be able to show that you have minimum amounts of money available to cover your living costs. From 6 April, the required amount of money rises to reflect the cost of living in the UK. For example, if you are an adult Tier 4 student:

  • in inner London, you'll need to show that you have £1,000 for each month of your course up to a maximum of nine months
  • 9000 pounds in sgd is approximately 16977.24 Singapore Dollars

You must show that you have available funds using bank statements that must:

  • be dated no more than one month (31 days) before you apply
  • show that the entire amount has been in your account for 28 consecutive days (and has not fallen below the required amount throughout the 28 days)

be for a cash account



Fault tree

  • Course
  • Duration
  • Total Cost
  • world ranking/student comments
  • location - convienience / affordablity/accomodation
  • pros
  • cons
  • reasons for choosing
  • reasons for not choosing