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Young Students Study Application 
  • Early Exposure to International Education

  • Language Acquisition

  • Cultural Integration and Adaptability

  • Greater Academic Progress


Adhering to the original intention of education and the concept of student performance-oriented

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Rigorous academic standards and high-quality education

The UK has a rich educational history and is the birthplace of modern universities. With 26 universities ranking among the top 200 in the world, the UK boasts exceptional research capabilities and globally recognized qualifications. Choosing to study abroad in the UK allows you to obtain a highly valuable degree.

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Shorter duration and great value for money

With the exception of Scotland, most undergraduate programs in the UK are three years long, while graduate programs are typically one year long. The UK's shorter study duration offers great value for money, making it a popular choice among students worldwide.

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Immerse yourself in an authentic English-speaking environment

With its long history and unique art and culture, the UK offers an authentic British experience. As the birthplace of the English language, studying in the UK can enhance your English proficiency and provide an opportunity to learn authentic British English.

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Enjoy high-standard social welfare benefits

Chinese students with academic visas valid for more than six months in the UK are entitled to medical insurance just like British citizens. Students with international student cards can also receive significant discounts on airfare and museum visits, among other benefits.

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Favorable policies for financial relief

The UK offers various scholarships to support outstanding international students in completing their studies. Additionally, international students can work up to 20 hours per week during their studies, easing their financial burden.


A safe and reassuring learning environment

The UK tops the comprehensive quality of life index in Europe, boasting a well-established social security system and a stable social environment. Studying and living in the UK ensures students' personal safety, providing peace of mind for parents back home and a worry-free study experience for students.

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What materials should I prepare to study in primary and secondary schools in the UK?

When applying to study at primary or secondary schools in the UK, parents should prepare the following documents based on the principle of prioritizing students' academic performance:

  1. Proof of current enrollment in a school

  2. Academic transcripts for each stage of schooling

  3. Recommendation letter(s) from school teachers (class teacher or other subject teachers)

  4. Proof of English proficiency, such as IELTS or TOEFL scores, or certificates of English language courses

  5. A detailed personal statement introducing oneself, including interests, hobbies, talents, awards, future plans, and any other relevant supporting documents for the application

  6. Complete application forms

It is important to note that the specific requirements may vary depending on the school and the level of study. Therefore, it is advisable to refer to the specific guidelines provided by the chosen institution.


Regular application process for British primary and secondary schools

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The general application process for primary and secondary schools in the UK is as follows:

  1. Early planning and thorough preparation: It is important to start planning early and gather all the necessary documents.

  2. Essential documents: Prepare a complete academic transcript, graduation certificate, or proof of current enrollment.

  3. Top school application requirements: For applying to top schools, exceptional academic records, evidence of personal talents, or achievements may be required.

  4. Consideration of school selection: Factors to consider when choosing a school include size, location, curriculum offerings, and study costs.

  5. Attend school open days: Visit schools during their open days to get a feel for the environment and gather more information. Apply and register early.

  6. Active participation in entrance exams: Prepare for and take entrance exams, such as UKiset, which is widely used by British independent schools.

  7. Waiting for admission results: After submitting applications, wait for the schools to announce their admission decisions. Start preparing for student life in the UK.

  8. Arranging guardianship services: If necessary, engage a guardian to provide support and guidance during the student's time in the UK.

  9. Visa application: Submit the necessary documents for a student visa and obtain the required student visa.

It is important to note that the application process may vary slightly between schools. It is advisable to refer to the specific instructions and guidelines provided by each institution.


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