UCADEMICS

Frequently Asked Questions

  • You'll be surprised to see how much free time you'll have on your hands. Usually you won't spend more than 8 to 12 hours per week for classes and you'll have plenty of time to spend working part-time during week days and also week-ends. read more...
  • That depends on you and your motivation of finding a job. If you are really motivated, you spent time making your CV look great and you're being proactive in finding a job (for example, leaving your CV in different stores or paying attention to job offers around the city), you have good chances of finding something pretty soon after you arrive in the UK. read more...
  • Think proactively and independently! Don't rely on your parents. The best way to support yourself throughout your studies is by finding a part-time job. This will not only provide you with money, but also with a valuable work experience. Bear in mind that students who worked part-time during their studies, have more chances of finding a job fast after graduation. read more...
  • You can either use the university accommodation or find a house or a room to rent. Later on, after you've made friends at the university, you can arrange to live together with them. read more...
  • UK is largely a non-bureaucratic country, so opening a bank account will be simple. You will need proof of address and, for most banks, the card will be ready for you to use within 1-2 weeks. Your university will give you more information and support during the induction week. read more...
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