If you’re coming to the UK, you’ll need to prove you have enough money to cover your course fees and support yourself and any dependents in the UK. For living expenses, You will need to show:
You must have this money for at least 28 consecutive days. The end date of the 28-day period must be within 31 days of the date you apply for your visa.
If you have a student loan or financial sponsorship, you’ll need to provide evidence of this from your loan or sponsorship company.
The amount of money you need to show depends on:
Example for total finances:
If you are studying on a 1-year Master's course in London, your tuition fees are £14,000 and you have paid your £6,000 deposit towards your fees.
You must show £8,000 (£14,000 - £6000) for your tuition fees and £12,006 (1334 x 9 months) for your living costs. The total maintenance amount you are required to show is £20,006 (£8,000 + £12,006).
Types of funds you can rely on
You can show you have enough money using :
Student Visa Fees
You must pay the visa fee for each person that joins you.
You’ll have to pay £470 per year for a student visa. Dependants aged 18 or over usually need to pay the same amount as you.