mazim7777 wrote: ↑
Sat Sep 21, 2019 4:59 pm
so this time I want to do a masters with specialization but I am really worried as I put another application In the Uk and it got rejected.
First, it depends whether your leave to remain application was rejected as invalid or refused under the immigration rules. You need to know which it is, because a rejection rather than refusal may mean you were in effect an overstayer since your Tier 4 leave expired, and hence you would have a 12-month entry clearance ban.
Otherwise, any university thinking of sponsoring you would need to be clear about this, and they would probably ask your consent for an immigration history check with the Home Office.
To apply for a CAS and then a Tier 4 visa both the university and the ECO would be need to be happy with your genuine intention to study. Given your previous and quite recent failed leave to remain application, they may just feel you want to move back to the UK.
I do not give immigration advice. I refer you to Immigration Rules, guidance, other online content and to your sponsor.