UK five points–based Visa category system
These are the categories below of each Tier.
Tier 1, High-Value Migrants
Tier 2, Skilled Workers
Tier 3, Unskilled Workers
Tier 4, Adult Students
Tier 5, Temporary Workers
Tier 4, Adult Student (General Student Visa)
Why are study visa interview questions important?
Visa interview is mandatory as well as decisive for final confirmation of student visa approval. Visa officer may ask you a range of questions to ensure that your visa application case is genuine. The officer may ask multiple unrelated questions to know your real intent and objective. UK Tier 4 student visa mainly depends on visa interview or credibility interview.
There are two types of credibility interview. The first type will take place at the same time as your biometrics is taken at the Embassy or designated agency. The initial UK study visa interview will only take around five minutes and will be via video link with the Home Office in the UK.
The interviewer records the interview and sends a detailed report to the Entry Clearance Officer who then decides if a second more detailed interview is required at the embassy.
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UK student visa interview question divided into 4 categories as follows
About your University-
About your course and career plan
About your sponsor
About your chosen destination
Frequently Asked Questions for UK Study Visa
- Could you please tell your name and date of birth?
- Why have you chosen to study in the UK?
- Why have you chosen this University?
- Why did you select this course or MBA? Is it relevant to your previous studies? Or why are you taking this course?
- Where will you be studying?
- What is the learning outcome of your course?
- Do you have friends and family in the UK?
- What is your future plan for completing this course?
- What are your career aspirations?
- Why have you decided to incur extra cost involved with studying in the UK?
- What is the scope of your course?
- When does the course start?
- Do you intend to work in the UK after the completion of your studies?
An interview with the immigration officer can be nerve wrecking. The officer may ask few questions from your current IELTS score for e.g. If you scored lower in the listening part of IELTS, you may be asked how will you cope up during studies. Also, the interviewer will assess you on your communication skills whether you are able to converse well in English or not, so be prepared. Answer truthfully and you will encounter no problem with your application. You should be confident and polite while answering the questions.