If your Student route application is refused, you will usually have the right to apply for administrative review of the refusal, which should be made clear in the decision notice. The Home Office will review its decision to see if it made a case working error. You should also apply for administrative review if the Home Office has granted you the incorrect length of immigration permission or placed incorrect conditions on your immigration permission.
You must meet the deadline for applying for administrative review, so seek advice from your Student sponsor or a lawyer as quickly as possible after you receive a refusal. Details of how to apply for administrative review are in the Student and Child Student guidance.
When an application is refused, the Student route fee is not refunded. However, if you paid the immigration health surcharge (IHS) as part of your application this will be refunded in full.
You should tell your Student sponsor that your application has been refused so that you can receive help and advice about how this might affect your study and what your options might be.