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Hi, I have received a PhD offer from a UK university. Since I do have my MSc from a Canadian university (but I am not canadian), the conditional offer letter does not ask me to provide any english language test. Now, does the visa application requires any language test?
As I look into the visa requirements, it seems that they excluded Canada from the list of exempted countries:
I am a second year PhD student at a Canadian university. However, for some reasons, I decided to move to UK and recently received a full funded offer from a better university (the supervisors at both ends know this and both of them are indeed supportive to my decision). Now that I need to apply for ATAS and visa, I am wondering, whether my current status as a PhD student shall create any problem? My plan is to secure the visa first and then to terminate my current program in Canada.
Thank you for your time and response!
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