Do you currently have any other applications which are outstanding with UKBA on which you are
awaiting a decision? If you have made an application to UK Visas and Immigration which has not yet
been decided this application will be treated as a variation of that application and that application
will no longer be decided. If that application has already been decided and it has been refused you
cannot make a new application until any appeal you may have against that refusal is finally
Do you currently have an immigration appeal before the Tribunal which has not yet been
determined? Contact the Visa Office If the answer is 'Yes'.
Have you ever claimed public funds? If you answer ‘Yes’. International students are not eligible to
claim public funds. Council tax exemption is not classed as a public fund.
T4 SPONSOR DETAILS
Sponsor Licence Number: write:
QGHJF1PJ7 click on Look Up: The University of Buckingham
Is this correct? Yes
Sponsor's address: University of Buckingham, Hunter Street, Buckingham, Buckinghamshire, MK18
Do you have a CAS? Always answer 'Yes' and write your CAS number in the box provided below.
What is the level of qualification you will be awarded when you successfully complete the course?
This would appear in your CAS. Foundation courses are NQF level 3, Undergraduate degrees are NQF
level 6, Masters Courses are NQF level 7 and PhD courses are NQF level 8.
Title of your course of study - copy what is written in your CAS statement.
Date the course starts: This information will appear in your CAS statement.
Course end date: This information will appear in your CAS statement.
Is the address of your primary site of study the same as your Tier 4 sponsor's address? Answer 'Yes'.
Unless, your studies are based in London Ealing, London Military History/War Centre or London
Is your sponsor a Higher Education Institution? Answer 'Yes'.
Did you apply for your course through UCAS? 'Yes/No'.
If 'Yes' enter your UCAS personal identification number in the box provided.
How can you demonstrate your English Language ability? Choose one option from the list; this
should match what is written in your CAS. The most common one is ‘My CAS confirms I speak English
to B2 level’.
Can you speak English to the required standard? Answer 'Yes'.
How much are your course fees as stated in your CAS? Copy the information stated in your CAS. If
you think your CAS is incorrect contact the Visa Office immediately.
Have you or your parent(s)/legal guardian(s) already paid any of your course fees? Answer
How much have you paid? Copy the information in your CAS. If you think the information in your
CAS is incorrect contact the Visa Office immediately.
What evidence are you providing with your application that this amount has been paid? Tick
'shown on CAS', your CAS will reflect any payments that you have made.
If you have paid the first year of your tuition fees in full you only need to show that you have had the
living expenses in your bank account for 28 days. If you have paid only part of your tuition fees you
will need to show that you have the remainder of the fees in your bank account for 28 days plus your
living expenses. You must to provide original bank statements as evidence; these should not be older
than a month and cover a minimum 28 day period. For more information please contact the Visa