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Visa information


International students coming to study in the U.S. normally require a visa

For more information on the type of Visa you will need to study in the US click here


Preparing for your visa interview

Should your application be successful and you are admitted to our program, your next step will be to apply for a student visa. As part of your visa application process, you will likely have to attend an in-person visa interview. Below are some tips on how to prepare for this. Please note we can not guarantee a successful outcome to your visa interview. These points are only meant as a guide for your interview.

Attend: Failure to attend the interview may result in your application being automatically refused.

Answer: You should always answer all questions fully and honestly.

Think: You should think in advance about your program or course, the documents you provided in your visa application, and your intention to study. The Visa Official wants to know that you have given serious thought before choosing your course.

Speak English: The Visa Official will likely be checking your level of English so always answer in English, not via an interpreter. Practice answers to potential questions and be prepared.

Ask: Ask for clarification if you do not understand a question to make sure you are providing the information they want.

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