1. Decide a university or college and course --> Coming to study in the UK is your opportunity to gain the skills, outlook, and confidence you need to fulfill your potential. To ensure you choose the course that is right for you and for what you want to achieve it is best to read as much as you can about the range of courses, colleges, and universities available and compare them. It is also important to check the course entry requirements. You can do this using the course profiles on the institutions' websites. If you have any questions, you can contact the university directly, who will be very happy to help you find the information you need.' 2. Register and apply --> Applying for an undergraduate course in the UK is simple; there is one place where you can register and apply to all of the UK universities and colleges – you register and apply through UCAS (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service). 3. Accept your offer --> Your university or college will contact you (usually via email) to tell you whether or not you have received an offer to study. If you applied via UCAS it's easy to track the status of your application at any time. 4. Arrange to fund --> Now is the time to arrange to fund. You may be eligible for one of the many scholarships available to help with the cost of your studies. 5. Apply for a visa --> As an international student, you are likely to need a visa to take up your study place in the UK. 6. Prepare for your stay --> Once you have your offer and your visa, it's time to get packing! You can now begin to look at things like flights, accommodation, and anything else you will need to help you make the most of your time in the UK. All the information is taken from study-UK.British council's website.