News & Updates
Registered Traveller is a new service launched by Border Force to give faster and more convenient entry to the UK.
Updated 16 June 2015
Changes introduced by the Home Office from 6 April 2015 will affect which English Language tests will be accepted for UK visa applications.
The International Office is arranging for some of our current students to call up our Overseas and EU offer holders in April. This will be a fantastic opportunity for offer holders to ask any questions regarding life at the University of Warwick.
This newsletter contains articles about cooking, the Easter tea party, a coach trip, HOST, Dignity at Warwick, immigration, a training course, volunteering at Orientation, an expanded facility for informing the University of your address and a campaign to let more people know what it's like to be an International Student. Click here to have a read.
Updated 19 March 2015
New regulations introduced with the Immigration Act 2014 will mean that some visa applications submitted after 6 April 2015 will be subject to an additional charge
Tier 4 (General) students, Tier 4 (Child) students and Tier 4 dependants in China can now apply under the faster priority visa service.
The newsletter contains articles about coach trips, Chinese New Year, cycling, Go Global ambassadors, HOST, immigration, One World Week, police registration, safety, study skills and training for Study Abroad students. Click here to have a read.
Updated 17 June 2015
The Immigration Service would like to make you aware of a very significant change to the process of receiving your visa if you make your Tier 4 application overseas. This change came into effect on 17 March 2015. This change will have an impact on any student, and their dependants, applying for their visa from overseas for a period of 6 months or longer.
A load of rubbish!
A reminder to deal with your rubbish before you leave for Christmas. There's specific information here about when to put your bins out are collected if you live off campus.
Please click here to read the Christmas newsletter
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