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Can I study at UK for my AS and A Levels?
Which type of visa do I need to study at a school of London (Tier 4 - child or Tier 4 - general)?
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Please help with answers.
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(Original post by Rajbir Nahin)
Can I study at UK for my AS and A Levels?
Which type of visa do I need to study at a school of London (Tier 4 - child or Tier 4 - general)?
People don't live on TSR so it can take a while to get an answer. Info about visas can be found here.
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(Original post by Rajbir Nahin)
Can I study at UK for my AS and A Levels?
Which type of visa do I need to study at a school of London (Tier 4 - child or Tier 4 - general)?
If your parents have enough money and you are smart enough to pass any entry tests tests then yes you can.

Children from non EEA countries who enter on a tier 4 visa are only allowed to study in an independent fee paying school listed in the list of tier-4 licensed sponsors. They are not entitled to enter a state funded school.
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If your parents have enough money and you are smart enough to pass any entry tests tests then yes you can.

Children from non EEA countries who enter on a tier 4 visa are only allowed to study in an independent fee paying school listed in the list of tier-4 licensed sponsors. They are not entitled to enter a state funded school.
So I can only study at an independent school.
I am coming to UK next year, so not very much busy with visa issues and schools at London. I am busy with my IGCSE and Olympiads, i.e, Physics, Mathematics, Astronomy, etc. I will continue participating at Olympiads through British Physics Olympiad and UKMT.... But now I have to think about visa and schools too. So what can I do. If studying at Independent school is so much costly it would be a problem. So what to do now?
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(Original post by Rajbir Nahin)
So I can only study at an independent school.
I am coming to UK next year, so not very much busy with visa issues and schools at London. I am busy with my IGCSE and Olympiads, i.e, Physics, Mathematics, Astronomy, etc. I will continue participating at Olympiads through British Physics Olympiad and UKMT.... But now I have to think about visa and schools too. So what can I do. If studying at Independent school is so much costly it would be a problem. So what to do now?
Not quite sure what you mean. If your nationality means you are not entitled to a state funded uk education and your family cannot afford the fees for an independent school why are you planning to enter the uk for A levels?
Have you looked into whether the schools you are considering offer any scholarships to overseas students?
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Not quite sure what you mean. If your nationality means you are not entitled to a state funded uk education and your family cannot afford the fees for an independent school why are you planning to enter the uk for A levels?
Have you looked into whether the schools you are considering offer any scholarships to overseas students?
Whatever I think I am wasting my time with a wrong person.
I am done with Visa, school, A Levels, BMO, BPhO and money (which is the only think you know!). So
I am coming UK

Listen, money is not everything, intelligence is the thing which matters. Don't know why I want to be in the uk? no problem, you will
By the way thanks for your demotivation!
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Whatever I think I am wasting my time with a wrong person.
I am done with Visa, school, A Levels, BMO, BPhO and money (which is the only think you know!). So
I am coming UK

Listen, money is not everything, intelligence is the thing which matters. Don't know why I want to be in the uk? no problem, you will
By the way thanks for your demotivation!
He's not demotivating you, you're just not being clear at all.
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I am sorry for unable to express whatever I wanted to say. But he was wrong, wasn't he?
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