We want to make the international admissions process as smooth as possible for students. Our admin office is responsible for processing enquiries and facilitating applications for all undergraduate, postgraduate and professional courses. For your application to be successful, you will need to satisfy general entry requirements and also the requirements of your chosen course. Many overseas qualifications are acceptable for entry to admission but you’ll also need to be able to provide evidence of a specified level of ability in the English language.
We facilitate both new applicants for international study and existing international students who are seeking to progress and complement their course with an extension. The requirements varies based on the category but it is expected that the course is for a minimum study time of 15 hours (Full-time) for UK and 18 hours for USA.
Applicants have the option to apply online or complete an application form and send it to our admin team. The applicant would be required to provide some personal details, residence & nationality, immigration history, education & qualification, employment details, personal statement, references, declaration and other information. Students are to follow 3 simple steps in applying to study. Firstly, the student is to choose the course of their choice, secondly is to check the entry requirements to make sure they meet the criteria and lastly apply to us online or download and complete an application form of the chosen institution and send it to us.
Once we receive the completed application, we will consider each application very carefully before submitting to the institution and if the application is successful, the college/university will make an offer of a place on the course.
This offer could be one of two different types:
After you’ve received your offer you should confirm your acceptance, and make arrangements to meet all the requirements if applicable. Payment (tuition fee) is then to be made in part or full (as the case may be for the UK) and evidence of funds before a confirmation/letter of acceptance of study (CAS) or Certificate of Eligibility (I-20) is issued. The letter of confirmation is part of the documentation and requirements that the applicant would need to obtain (Visa) entry clearance at the respective embassy.