Education in the UK
SNI has educational opportunities in the UK for International Students.
We currently are able to offer education programs at the college and university level in the UK. Check out the program in Bournemouth (BBSI) and in Oxford (Magna Carta College). To take part in any of the programs offered please contact SNI.
BBSI offers a complete educational program for all careers. Contact SNI for complete list of programs offered. For example:
Combination of English and Health Care Training with BBSI and Elite Training Program
Diploma in English Language & Professional Communication Skills
Number of Participants
The minimum number of participants required for this program is 12 participants.
Next Intake: June, 2015 and September 2015.
Student can work while attending BBSI – 10 hours per week – this may be subject to change.
Elite training – 8-12 week “Introduction to UK Health Care”
Plus the optional 4-week extension, for additional specialized training, orientation, introduction to hospitals and nursing agencies.
Student cannot work during the Elite Nursing Program.
The Elite Training Course will include:
Introduction to UK Healthcare
Role of the Healthcare Worker
all mandatory training requirements
Skills and knowledge to work in the UK Healthcare Sector
Preparation for interviews and writing of CV
Introduction to potential employers
Please contact SNI for further information.
Cost for course is based on weekly tuition and number of students:
400 GBP per week for less than ten in the class
300 GBP per week for 10 or above in the same class.
Registration fee -150 GBP – non refundable – to be paid with application
Contact: Pat@statesideinternational.com for further details.
SNI is pleased to announce our new affiliation with Magna Carta College in Oxford, England. Magna Carta is affiliated with the University of Wales. There is an excellent support system at the college to assist you when you arrive and to help you find accommodation. Magna Carta offers many degree programs including an Entry Graduate Diploma Program. Please contact SNI for more information.
University of Wales validated programs:
MBA in International Management
MBA in International Business Law
MBA in International Healthcare Management
MA in Marketing
MSC in Business Information Management
Master’s Entry Graduate Diploma (Business and Law)
MBA in International Management (Top Up Program)
These programs are validated by the University of Wales, United Kingdom. For further details of the University and its validation services please contact SNI.
Magna Carta College is a private Business School based in Oxford, England. The mission of the college is to deliver postgraduate education in International Business and Business Law. There is also the MBA in International Healthcare Management that is open to all Registered Nurses. These courses are excellent in knowledge, content and student learning experience. The student body comprises international students from all over the world including Asia and South America, plus Europe and the United Kingdom. The current student body is 250 students and growing every year!
Face-to-face teaching, an assigned online tutor, many assessed pieces of work and group work via online tutor-assisted seminars.
You are allowed to work 20 hours a week while studying and 40 hours a week during holidays. This is subject to change in April, 2012 – register now to avoid getting caught in the changes.
The programs are designed to suit individual student needs and to fit in with your lifestyle and work. There are flexible admissions criteria (no pre-work experience is required), study periods and methods of study. You can choose to study via Distance Learning or full-time at Magna Carta College in Oxford.
The full-time MBA is completed in one year whereas you have up to five years to complete the Distance Learning MBA. Most people will complete it in two to three years. Contact SNI about the new Distance Learning Program!
CURRENT TUITION COSTS (on campus and subject to change):
MBA Full-time £8,500
MA in Marketing £6,000
MSc in Business Information Management £6,000
Master Entry Diploma £5,000
The next student intake is in September 2015. There is a 30-day English portion of the program required if English is not your native language. If your graduate schooling was given in English the College will accept a letter from your school stating this. The English program is a four-week course and you should arrive at least one month prior to the start of the Master’s Program to take this course. The cost is £500 and will be added to the above tuition costs for the Master’s Degree program you choose.
These costs are the total tuition and must be paid at time of registration. If the visa is refused the tuition will be refunded except for an administrative fee of £250 that is charged by the College.
The SNI Administrative Fee is $400 US and is non-refundable. This fee helps cover the costs of postage, FedEx services, telephone and other office administrative costs. There are no other College or SNI charges or fees. You will be responsible for Visa costs, airfare, and your accommodation.
If you are a Nurse the cost of the Nursing Medical Council license to practice as a nurse in the United Kingdom is £140 GBP but check as it sometimes increases. Please contact us for details on any part of the Magna Carta College programs.
The rent for accommodation varies upwards from £90 GBP per week. If you need help with accommodation you must inform the College at least 6 weeks in advance of your intended date of travel and forward £300 GBP as a deposit to reserve your accommodation.
Oxford is a wonderful city made famous by its renowned Oxford University. One of the great benefits of attending Magna Carta College is that you will have access to the famous Oxford Student Union where you can attend lectures and join in the great debates held at the University.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. We look forward to helping you achieve your education goals in England!
United Kingdom Visa Requirements – please note these requirements are subject to change – we suggest you contact the website listed below for complete up-to-date information.
Do I require a visa to study in England?
If you are a citizen of an EU/EEA country, you do not require a visa to study in the UK.
If you are a citizen of a ‘Visa Country’ (ie a ‘Visa National’), you will require a visa to study in the UK. To check details, you should refer to the UK Border Agency website and refer to Appendix 1 of the Immigration Rules at Persons Who Require a Visa for the United Kingdom. Citizens of countries detailed at Appendix 1 are termed ‘Visa Nationals’.
A ‘Non-Visa National’ is a citizen of any country that is NOT detailed by the UK Border Agency at Appendix 1 of the Immigration Rules at Persons Who Require A Visa For The United Kingdom. A Non-Visa National may not require a visa to visit the UK for a period of less than 6 months; however, your eligibility should be checked with your local British Embassy/British Consulate. A Non-Visa National visiting the UK for a period of 6 months or more will require a visa.
What type of visa will I require?
General Student Visa (GSV)
You will require a GSV if you are 18 years of age or over and plan to study in the UK for a period of up to 6 months, wish to extend your visa whilst in the UK, work part-time during your course for up to 10 hours per week, or bring dependants with you (eg husband, wife or children) if you are studying for more than 6 months.
Plan to study in the UK for a period greater than 6 months.
If you intend to apply for a GSV you must have already studied English and be at Pre-Intermediate Level (Council of Europe Framework Reference B1 Level) or above, you will also need to provide proof of your current English language level. You must supply an original document(s) with your visa application to prove your English level and supply a copy upon enrolment. Examples of documents you could supply as evidence of your current English-language level are:
- secondary school attendance record or leaving certificate, showing you have attended English classes for 3/4/5 years at CEFR Level B1
- secondary school examination certificate, showing some form of English language achievement at CEFR B1
- attendance certificate from evening classes in English at CEFR B1
- college or university certificate showing your attendance/achievement in an internationally-recognised certificate in English (eg PET)
- a written reference from an appropriately qualified person (to include their contact details) stating that you have previously studied English and providing details of the course and study dates – the reference must certify that the referee has interviewed you and that your English-language level is adequate for entry to the intended course of study at BBSI.
A General Student Visa will enable you to travel to the UK up to one month before your course commences.