Free UK University Application Service

Free Application Support Service

Free help and advice for students
Interested in applying to study in the UK.

Free UK University Application Service

Free advice for Ugandan students applying to study in the UK

SI-UK’s free application support service will maximise your chances of being accepted on to a UK university course. This service is free to all Ugandan students.

Our close relations with UK universities allow you to benefit from having your application reviewed prior to submission and to receive your offer faster than applying on your own. This service means 98% of SI-UK's applicants receive offers to their first choice university, compared to 55% who apply independently.

Our consultants have placed tens of thousands of students into UK universities and you could be next.

What is included?

  • Free 40 minute consultation with a university consultant in London or Manchester, or via Skype
  • A list of recommended universities to apply to
  • We will provide you with and review your application forms
  • A review of your personal statement
  • Advice on what documents are required by UK universities
  • Advice on available scholarships
  • Advice on deciding which offer to accept
  • Support throughout the application process until enrolment

If you would like SI-UK to take care of all of the above and guarantee you an offer from a UK university, learn more about the Premium Service.

Apply to a UK university

If you are interested in learning more about studying in the UK or beginning your application, arrange your free consultation in Kampala today.

SI-UK's service is fast, reliable and efficient - their consultants are specialists, working closely with all UK universities; through my consultants' advice, and application assistance I was able to get offers from top ranked universities.

Carla Termini Kings College London, MBA

  • Study at University of Glasgow
  • Study at University of Kent
  • Study at University of Oxford
  • Study at University of East Anglia
  • Study at London School of Economics
  • Study at University of Liverpool