As a leading education provider, we welcome learners from around the world who choose to study in the UK and offer an international and culturally diverse study environment. Moving to a new country or city is an exciting time and our support for international students starts right now with dedicated assistance for visa, accommodation and finance enquiries.
Admission Process for international stdents
Get support from the outset
Contact us with any enquiries on your course or for support with your application.
If you prefer to talk to one of our agents in your country, we have a network of international recruitment agents who can provide advice on courses and the application process.
Once you have chosen your programme, prepare your supporting documents (academic transcripts, English language certificates and a copy of your passport) and submit your application via the course page.
If English is not your first language, and if you do not hold an approved qualification as evidence of your English Language ability, you will be required to provide proof of your ability for reading, writing, listening and speaking in English.
Receiving your offer
When you satisfy the eligibility and admission criteria, we will send you a conditional offer via email. If you have applied through an agent, you will receive the offer through their office.
You will need to make payment and submit the acceptance documents along with your CAS (Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies) request form to our admissions team.
Depending on where you are from and what type of passport you have, you may need to attend an appointment at a visa application centre as a part of your application. It can take up to six weeks in some countries to get an appointment, so please ensure you do this in good time to arrive for your programme start date. You may be contacted by the UK Visas and Immigration office (UKVI), which is part of the Home Office, to attend a credibility interview – if this happens you must contact us. Please contact us to inform us of the outcome of your application once you receive a decision from the UKVI.
Before starting your programme, you will receive information about your timetable, location, the name of your Personal Tutor and/or Programme Support Team and induction information. Once your programme starts, you will have access to lots of support and guidance to help you progress through your studies.