Visa Services

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To teach in the UK, you are required to obtain working rights through UK Immigration. Most commonly, this will be the Tier 5 - Youth Mobility Visa. The application process can be a bit daunting and can leave you a bit puzzled if you haven't had much experience with lengthy immigration documents. 

We are excited to now have a dedicated Visa Support Team based in Australia, to guide, support and apply for your UK Tier 5 -Youth Mobility Visa or Ancestry Visa on your behalf. The service is available to our educators looking to move from Australia, New Zealand & Canada - to the UK.

For a small administration fee of $99, you will have the support of one of our friendly team, who will:
  • Discuss your plans and answer all of your questions
  • Guide you through the application questions 
  • Schedule and prepare you for your appointments
  • Check your supporting documents
  • Ensure that everything aligns with your own travel and work plans 
  • Make sure it's a seamless and stress-free experience for you!
Should you successfully secure a teaching contract or sign up to our guaranteed supply Ambassador Program prior to departure you will be eligible for a 50% refund of our visa service fee, in addition to your Relocation Reimbursement Bonus* of £250-£500 at the end of your first completed term.

If you are seeking more information on the UK Tier 2 - General Work visa (sponsorship), please have a read of our blog.

Visa Requirements

Requirements
  • Tier 5 Working Holiday Visa - The Youth Mobility Visa is available to young people, aged between 18 to 30 of certain nationalities - including Australian, New Zealand & Canadian passport holders. A Youth Mobility Visa is a once in a lifetime opportunity, which lets you live and work in the UK for up to 24 months and includes access to the National Health Service. This visa can be applied for 6 months prior to arriving in the UK.. 
  • Ancestry Visa - A Grandparent born in the UK (in most cases)

Upcoming Info Sessions

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