Lords' Branch Office in UK - The Lord's International School of India
As well as being one of the best places for education, coming to a UK university or college will offer you world-class teaching, and prepare you for the global workplace.
UK education is recognised by employers, universities and governments worldwide.
Four of the top ten universities on the planet are in the UK – QS World University Rankings.
UK research is ‘world leading’ and ‘internationally excellent’ – according to the most recent Research Assessment Exercise in 2008, which produces quality profiles for universities and colleges by assessing research activity against agreed quality standards.
Courses in the UK are generally shorter than many other countries, helping to reduce tuition fees and accommodation costs.
You might be able to work while you study too – find out more from UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) and The UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA)
Top UK Universities:
The University of Cambridge is currently ranked fifth in the world, while the University of Oxford is sixth, followed by UCL (University College London) at seventh and Imperial College London in eighth place.
King's College London (KCL) and the University of Edinburgh are also in the global top 25 (sharing 23rd place), while the University of Manchester and London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) are within the top 40. A total of 16 UK universities appear in the top 100, and another 12 make the top 200. A shortage of exciting options will not be an issue if you’re looking to study in the UK.
Here at LIS-FC, we are very much invested in our student’s future & education. A branch office of The Lords' International School under the name of The Lords’ International School Facilitation Centre,(LIS-FC), Ilford, Essex, London, has been formed and is in operation for the benefit of our students.
Apply to a UK University:
Applying to UK universities with LIS-FC is fast and simple. We can help you choose from many different courses, universities, colleges, and language schools located all over the UK with our university application support.
The process will be as follows:
Our expert consultants will explain the process of applying to a UK university and discuss your study and career goals.
As per your academic background, three universities will be suggested where you will be able to secure offers if you meet the requirements.
Your personal statement www.britishcouncil.org CV, reference letters and application forms will be reviewed prior to submission, before sending them to three universities.
An IELTS practice test www.ielts.org will allow our experienced English teaching staff to assess your current level. We will review the results and advise you on how best to reach your target IELTS score.
All applications to UK universities are made through UCAS (the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service).
You will receive conditional or unconditional offers, and we will assist you in making the right choice.
Then you will need to apply for a student visa.
UK University application deadlines:
Application Deadlines(example) - Key Dates for 2018 Entry
March–September 2017 – During this time you should be researching and making choices about universities and courses. Open days, conferences and HE fairs/conventions take place between March and September/early October. Applications can be sent from 6 September 2017.
15 October 2017 – Deadline (by 18:00 UK time) to send any applications for Cambridge or Oxford, or Medicine, Dentistry or Veterinary Science/Medicine in any university.
15 January 2018< – Deadline (by 18:00 UK time) to send most other applications to be treated equally from the UK or elsewhere in the EU (except some Art and Design courses)
24 March 2018 – Deadline (by 18:00 UK time) to send applications for some Art and Design courses.
If you miss the January deadline, you can still apply up until 30 June 2018 (by 18:00 UK time). But be aware, universities do not have to accept your application, and applications will be marked as 'late'.
Many schools and colleges will encourage students to apply well before the 15 January deadline, with early November a common school/college deadline. This allows the school to add things such as references, and check personal statements and choices.
4th May 2018 - If you received all university decisions by 31 March, you must reply to offers by this date or they will be declined.
5th May 2018 - If you applied by the January deadline and are still waiting, universities will have made their decisions by this point. Choices are unsuccessful if no offer has been received.
8th June 2018 - If you received all university decisions by 5 May, you must reply to offers by this date or they will be declined.
22nd June 2018 - If you received all university decisions by 8 June, you must reply to offers by this date or they will be declined.
30th June 2018 - Final deadline for all applications. If the application is not received by 18:00 UK time, you will enter Clearing.
5th July 2018 - Clearing opens. (Clearing is a part of the UCAS university application process. It is a way for universities to fill any spaces they have left for the new academic year. It gives applicants who do not hold an offer another chance of finding a university place.)
13th July 2018 - If you applied by 30 June and are awaiting final decisions, universities will have decided by this point.
20th July 2018 - If you received all university decisions by 14 July, you must reply to offers by this date or they will be declined.
17th August 2018 - GCE, A-Level and Diploma results day. Clearing begins.
20th September 2018 - Final deadline for 2017 applications.
23rd October 2018 - Last date to add Clearing choices and for unis /colleges to make decisions.
**Non-EU International Students
International students from a non-EU country can submit an application to UCAS at any time between 1 September and 30 June in the year preceding the academic year that studies commence.
However, most students Apply well before 30 June to make sure that places are still available and to allow plenty of time to make immigration, travel and accommodation arrangements.
Some courses have different deadlines, and many are a long time in advance of the start of the course.
UCAS has a deadline before which you will need to submit your filled in application. Sometimes this date is flexible for international students, however its always better to apply within the stipulated time while students from all over the world will be sending in their application forms. This is to avoid competition.
Apply as soon as possible.
The Lords’ International School Facilitation Centre will provide all help required for a student to complete all of the above procedures and secure an offer of admission for qualified students.
The Lords’ International School
103, Cranbrook Road,