Tuition and Boarding Plus Fees – Academic Year September 2017 to June 2018
With 40% of our funding coming from the government, our aim is to always offer a high calibre of education at an affordable price. We have developed our international student package based on our experience of dealing with international students.
Fees can be paid in full before enrolment on the course or bi-annually with the first half of the fee paid prior to enrolment (this will include your deposit). All tuition fees are reviewed annually and a small increase may be added each year. However, the fees are fixed for the period of study. The fees below include examination/registration fees (an additional fee will be payable should you wish to re-sit an exam).
Students requiring a visa must adhere to UKVI requirements, if you are applying via the Tier 4 visa route then you must ensure you have valid funds in your bank account or in the person responsible for your fees bank account. If you require further information you can contact us on email@example.com.
IMPORTANT: All new students should arrive at least 3 days before the start of their course.
||Fee (per year)
|| Length of course/provision
|| 2 Years
|International Academic Student Support
|| 2 Years
|| 2 Years
Our fees are designed to cover the major costs involved with your study at our College, we advise students to ensure they have sufficient funds to cover general expenditure. Our fees do not cover any re-sit exam fees for any module you wish to sit more than once. International student support and Boarding Plus packages are mandatory for all international students. A-Level tuition fee covers provision for 3-4 A Levels at the College’s discretion. Fees are payable as follows: £4,000 on application, £3,920 by 1 September and £11,880 by 1 January.
Notice of termination is one term.
More information on our packages can be found by navigating through the menu options on our website. Alternatively, we are happy to assist with any query via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- In case of refusal of entry to the UK by the Immigration or Visa Authority, a refund will be granted less a £100 administration fee.
- There is no reduction in fees in the case of a late arrival or early departure from a course.
A refund will NOT be considered if any of the following have occurred:
- The student has broken the law or conditions of his/her visa and is thus required to leave the country as a consequence.
- The student’s visa is revoked as a consequence of not attending the course regularly.
- The student has broken the Terms and Conditions of admission to the college.
- The student wishes to leave the course, without good reason.
All applications for a refund must be made in writing, giving full details of why a refund is being asked for, and should be accompanied by any relevant documentary evidence.
Where a student has paid through an educational advisor or agency, if a refund is granted it will be made to the advisor or agent from whom the student should seek a refund. Where a student has paid to the college directly a refund will be made directly to the student.
Please note that it takes at least 3 weeks to process a request for a refund.