Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
1. Can I apply for a course directly to the University?
2. Why are services offered by ScotsGrad free? Is there a catch?
3. What is so good about Lumina spark psychometric profiling?
4. How is ScotsGrad different from other overseas education companies?
We have a number of situations when through our counselling a student has decided to study a completely different course, not because of our advice but because we have a conversation on career and ask the right questions. Secondly; we provide support even after you leave for the UK. We have given projects to our students as well we support you by ensuring you are in the right direction in seeking support from career services as well as any support you need from us for guidance and brainstorming. To learn more of our services click here
5. How long do I have to wait before I hear from the university after I apply for a course?
6. If my application is rejected, can I make an appeal?
7. Can I apply to more than one University?
8. What happens after I get my offers?
You have to now make a decision to accept one of the offers and turn down the offers that you do not wish to accept.
9. What if I do not inform the University of my unwillingness to accept the offer, is there any application?
10. What is CAS?
11. Can I apply for two CAS from two different universities?
12. Can I apply for a Student visa (UKVI Tier 4) without a CAS?
13. How early can I apply for a UKVI Tier 4 student visa?
14. What are the financial conditions for Tier 4 student visa?
15. Do I get less scholarship or loose scholarship if I apply through ScotsGrad?
16. Are Russell group universities superior to other Universities in the UK?
Russell Group is an organisation of a select few universities who have created a consortium
for communication and best practice sharing. It is more like member states forming an alliance for a common cause. It is important to remember that a good list of universities who are ranked higher; department wise as well as overall ranking are not within the Russell Group.
Therefore, in your decision making, there are number of parameters to consider which are department ranking, course uniqueness and syllabus content, the curriculum relevance to industry, meeting your specific career aspirations and to balance all of this with the budget you have allocated for your study.