We are a diverse, cosmopolitan college, welcoming international students from across the world – our community includes students of over 60 different nationalities speaking over 55 different languages.
We welcome students of all nationalities who have either settled in the UK or travelled to London specifically to study with us. We are accredited by the British Council for the teaching of English and are a member of English UK.
Moving from abroad to study with us in central London can be both exciting and scary. Our international team are available to provide information and advice on:
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Here is everything you need to know about the application process for international students
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We are a diverse, cosmopolitan college, welcoming international students from across the world – our community includes students of over 60 different nationalities speaking over 55 different languages. With plenty of study options to choose from and central locations in the heart of London, our colleges prepare students for progression to university or into skilled employment.
International students from around the world can apply for our courses however you will need:
International students will require an appropriate visa (‘leave to remain permission’) such as the Youth Mobility Scheme visa, or a visitor visa.
All applicants will have an interview to confirm that the course is suitable for them.
Terms and conditions apply depending on the course selected.
Depending on what subject you would like to study, we have a range of courses suitable for international students.
A Levels – You must select a total of 3 A Level subjects.
Our courses are formal qualifications that allow you to progress onto further study (in college or university) or into a career in your chosen field.
We do not have accommodation at our college centres, but we do work closely with a number of accommodation providers and are able to provide information on accommodation options in London.
If you’re not a national of the UK or a national of the European Union (EU), European Economic Area (EEA) or Switzerland with settled or pre-settled status in the UK, and don’t already hold a UK visa, you may need a study visa. You can check if you need a visa to study by visiting gov.uk and filling in your details.
As part of your immigration application, you will be asked to pay for an Immigration Health Surcharge. To find out whether you need to pay an immigration health surcharge, and how much this will be, please follow the instructions on the gov.uk online surcharge calculator.
Students wishing to study in the UK for a period of 6 months or less may do so on a Visitor Visa. Non-visa nationals can apply for visitor clearing upon entry to the UK, visa nationals should apply in advance. For English language courses of 6 – 11 months, a Short-Term Study visa should be applied for in advance of travel. Students wishing to study in the UK for a period of more than 6 months may study on a Student Route Visa. Further information on Student Route visas is available here or visit the GOV website gov.uk.
If you have any further questions please contact our International Team firstname.lastname@example.org.