As part of a student Visa requirement, international student may need to display sufficient financial capacity for the duration of your studies in order to be granted a student Visa.
To show financial proof of living and studying in the UK, each applicant must show financial capacity to cover:
In order to display exact financial proof, each applicant can do so by means of showing:
Evidence of maintenance must show the funds have been held for a minimum period of 28 consecutive days finishing on the date of the closing balance shown on your bank statement.
In order to ensure you are submitting the correct financial documents, check with AUG to review your checklist before submitting your Visa application.
From 1 October 2012, applicants from low-risk countries will generally not be expected to provide documentary evidence of financial maintenance and education qualifications if applying from their home countries. However, students must be able to provide the appropriate documents if exceptionally requested.
From 6 April 2014, student from low risk countries could now be asked to take a Credibility Checks Interview. This would be a 10-15 minutes interview by UKVI staff in the UK or Manila.