Empire College London does not accept any students under the age of 18
Empire College London runs 2 intakes per academic year: February & September.
To secure a place, please apply as early as possible. Students who are applying from overseas and need to apply for Entry Clearance, we suggest that you apply at least 12 weeks before the semester start date. Overseas students must provide all the information listed on the application form, including evidence of their financial ability to pay for their tuition fees and living expenses in the UK.
Step 1: Application Submission
Please send scanned copies of the following documents to email@example.com:
(We will ask you to provide original documents at the time of enrolment for verification)
- Copies of all academic documentation, including transcripts, certificates, etc. (a certified translation is required if documents are not in the English Language)
- Passport size photographs (you will be required to provide 2 photographs at the time of enrolment)
- Valid passport (Non-EU Students must send their Biometric Card or Visa Stamp)
- Recent proof of address such as: utility bill, bank statement etc. (It must be no more than three months old and show your name and current address)
- Evidence of your English Language proficiency (if applicable)
- Work experience letter/form (if applicable)
- Resume/Curriculum Vitae (if applicable)
International students must provide evidence of the Secured English Language Test approved by the Home Office – UKVI.
All students must read the Terms & Conditions on Application form before applying.
Students are advised to familiarize themselves with relevant College policies.
Send your application via email with all required documents or apply in person by visiting our campus:
Step 2: Assessment
Application assessment will take place according to the college Admission Policy and Course Entry Requirements. The applicant will be called for a Skype interview (for Overseas International Applications) / face to face interview (for in-country international and UK-EU Applications). As part of the assessment all students will also be called for an internal English Language test. Successful applicants will receive a Conditional or Unconditional Offer letter.
Step 3: Tuition Fees
Payment of the first year tuition fees for the chosen course (or as indicated in the conditional offer letter) can be in the form of a cheque/demand draft or bank transfer (payable to Empire College London Ltd) within 28 days from the date of the offer.
Students are requested not to make any payment to the third party in their home country in respect of admin/tuition fees. ECL will not be held responsible if a student makes a payment to any third party. Admission will not be confirmed if the fee is not paid. Students are advised to familiarize themselves with the Refund Policy.
Financial Support for UK/EU Students
Depending on the student’s individual circumstances, they may be eligible for financial support. Student Finance England offers support towards tuition fees, living costs and childcare. For more details please visit Student Finance England website.
Courses Available for Student Finance Support at Empire College London: (subject to course designation and student eligibility)
- Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma in Business (Business Management) (RQF)
- Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training
Those Students’ with a disability may also apply for the Disabled Students’ Allowance (DSA). For details on eligibility and how to apply, please visit Disabled Students’ Allowances (DSAs) website.
For advice on financial support and what support you could receive, speak to our Welfare Team via phone: 02085532683 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Step 4: Applying for Entry Clearance/VISA (International students only)
Students should apply for Entry Clearance at least 12 weeks prior to the commencement date of their course. International Students requiring a Visa in order to study in the UK should apply for Entry Clearance using CAS (Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies); A CAS is not a document but a unique reference number issued by a Tier4 sponsor. The student will need to present the CAS Number to the British Embassy or High Commission in their home country to apply for Entry Clearance along with all required documentation and the required application form.
Please visit the UKVI Website for further information on how to apply under the Tier 4 Points Based System.
Any false or forged documents found by the UK Embassy or High Commission may result in a 10 year ban from applying for any type of UK Visa, and may also result in a criminal conviction.
Step 5: Application Outcome
International Students must inform the College about the outcome of their Entry Clearance/VISA application within 7 days of the visa issue date. Successful applicants must inform the college of their arrival date. If entry clearance/further leave to remain is refused, students must contact the ECL Administrative Department via email: email@example.com, as soon as possible with the relevant refusal documents from the British Embassy / High commission / UKVI.
UK/EU Students must inform the College about the outcome of their Student Loan Application within 7 days of receipt of the loan approval, via email: firstname.lastname@example.org, if they applied for financial support.
Last updated and reviewed: June 2017