1. Foundation programs
Acceptance of documents for all preparatory programs at universities in England is open until July. In order to apply, you must submit your school transcript with grades to the admissions office. It must be translated into English and certified by a notary. They usually provide translation as well.
If you want to study at one of the most prestigious universities, it is best to apply as soon as possible.
2. Higher education (bachelor's degree)
The academic year at the university begins in September. Accordingly, the deadline for submission of documents is January 15th. However, many universities are accepting applications until June. How are documents presented in this case? This can be done using the UCAS electronic filing system.
You will need to write a letter of motivation in English, receive a transcript from the school with grades, and a letter of recommendation from the teacher. The application and recommendation must be translated into English and certified by a notary seal.
3. Master's degree
All universities in England are accepting applications until July. The exception is the most prestigious universities, for example, LSE, Imperial College, where the admission of documents ends soon. The list of documents includes: an extract with grades from the university in your city, which you will graduate from.
If you already have a diploma, then you will need to submit it. Next, you need to get 2 recommendations from the university and write a motivation letter. All documents must be translated into English and certified by a notary.
The sooner you apply for a master's degree, the more chances you will have of getting there.
4. January programs
If for some reason you don't have time to apply for programs that start in the fall, then there are study options in January. Universities such as Oxford Brooks University, Greenwich University, London Brickback University have this program