UK Student Visa
After our discussion, you would need to send your documents to us using this link: UPLOAD
Or you can also send the required documents through our email: email@example.com
You must ensure to send complete documents and also state the course of interest. Once we receive the documents, we will apply and obtain an offer for you.
The tuition fee depends on the University. On average, the tuition falls between £12,000 and £22,000. But we would use £13,000 as that is the most popular. You are expected to pay 50% which is £6500. Some institutions would request £4,000 or £5,000. Note, these same institutions would expect you to make up the deposit to 50% when you arrive and before you can enrol.
Towards the resumption period and based on the advice from our counsellors, you are expected to have the following amount in your account.
If your school is based OUTSIDE London: £9,207 (which is your upkeep) and the balance of your tuition fee deposit.
So, if your tuition fee is £13,000 and you pay (50%) £6,500, then it means in your account you need to have: £9,207 + £6,500= £15,707
Remember; £9207 is your upkeep & £6500 is your balance tuition fee
So, if you want to know how much Kenyan Shilling is, we advise you to multiply by 200 Khs.
This means funds in my account: £15,707 X 200 Ksh= N3,141,400* (It’s better to keep a little bit more) *Note: The UK Embassy makes use of www.oanda.com for its conversion
If your school is based INSIDE London: £12,006 (which is your upkeep) and your tuition fee deposit balance.
So, if your tuition fee is £13,000 and you pay (50%) £6,500, then it means in your account you need to have: £12,006 + £6,500= £18,506
Remember; £12,006 is your upkeep & £6,500 is your balance tuition fee
If you want to know how much in Kenyan Shilling, you should multiply by 200 Khs.
This means funds in my account: £18,506 X 200 Khs= 3,701,200 Khs* *(It’s better to keep a little bit more)
On average, I usually advise clients to Budget 2.1m Khs, which I believe should cover them for the process. Note that the N6m is not the entire fee. This is the estimated breakdown which could be a bit less or more, depending on the exchange rate.
Tuition fee deposit: 1,500,000 Khs
Tuberculous test: 16,800 Ksh
Visa fee and Health Insurance: 170,000 Ksh
Flight Ticket: 110,000 Ksh
3 Month’s accommodation (1 room) 235,000 Khs
*Total 2,031,800 Khs (Remember these are estimates, and you are expected to have your entire upkeep and balance fees in your account) *
We advise that students can start keeping their proof of funds at the latest three months before the resumption of your program. So, if your program starts in September, then latest 14th of June so that by one month keeping your funds, you can submit your bank statement to your school, if they require you to see it.
NOTE: Funds must be kept in the account until your visa is secured