If you're coming to Study English at Durham on a course that is between 6 and 11 months you should apply for a Short-Term Study visa up to 3 months before you travel, unless your nationality allows you to enter the UK without a visa (Non-visa national). Check the UKVI website to see if you need a visa before you travel.
If you don't need a visa you must still meet the requirements (see below) and be able to provide the required evidence on entry to the UK if you are asked.
The Short-Term Study route is an alternative to the Student route and is not part of the Points Based System (PBS).
Please note that while you are in the UK under the Short-Term Study route the following restrictions will apply:
You must provide the evidence listed on the UKVI website, including:
If you receive sponsorship from your government and they require you to apply for a student visa, it may be possible to issue a CAS in some circumstances.
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