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Are dependents allowed entry into the UK?

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    IDP Education

    IDP Education

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    Yes, a student defendant can also apply the death student, the student must be going with a postgraduate course, which is Artur's level seven or above that last nine months on long.

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    University of Chester (United Kingdom)

    University of Chester (United Kingdom)

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    Yes, depending on the course that you've applied for, dependents can come to the U.K. if you're coming to the U.K. to study a postgraduate course, then you are able to bring dependents. Unfortunately for undergraduate courses, you're not able to bring them.

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    Coventry University

    Coventry University

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    Hi, guys, Selma from Coventry here. Yes, absolutely. Students can bring a dependent over and they often do. So if you are intending to bring your spouse or your child with you when you study and perhaps you're doing your PhD or your masters, the best thing to do is to reach out to the international office at your university or to IDP because there may be additional visa things you need to fill out. So you're going to have to prove how you can maintain them in the UK and if you can afford to do that and also give a reason why you need to bring them.

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