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Passing your Visa interview is an important step prior to the final confirmation of the Student Visa. We have decided to aid your preparation by giving you our guide on Frequently Asked Questions and Answers for Student Visa Interview.

Disclaimer

please note:

WORLD SCHOLARSHIP FORUM advises all students to be truthful in their visa interview. The example here only serves as a guide. The actual visa interview questions may differ.

Getting approval for most countries such as Australia, Canada, Germany, New Zealand, U.K, and the USA takes some time. Your interview could fasten or delay your visa processing.

Therefore, it is crucial that you prepare for the interview and address all concerns of the Visa officer.

Before I dive into what we have for you, let us say this:

U.K visa requirements and general immigration criteria are managed by U.K Visas and Immigration which has an easy-to-navigate site to help you determine whether you need a UK student visa.

While Swiss nationals and those from the EU/EEA states do not currently need a visa to study in the UK, all other international students are likely to need one.

The result of the UK’s referendum on membership in the European Union (‘Brexit’) has led to some uncertainty over visa regulations, but the U.K government has stated that there will be no change to the rights and status of EU citizens until 2021.

The interview is taken by the ambassador or Visa Officer (V.O) who may ask you a range of questions mainly to ensure that your application case is genuine and your intentions align with what is being written in the application form.

The officer is a trained professional, who could ask multiple unrelated questions, not to annoy you but to know your real interests and objectives. If you are prepared, you can enjoy this process and meeting with someone who opens the door of a new country for you.

Note: Here, I will be using the U.K as a case study, but the information will be helpful in obtaining a visa to other countries like the US, Canada, Australia, Poland, Ukraine, etc.

The following are some of the important questions that the Ambassador asks during the interview for the Student Visa.

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