Yes, but the deposit can only be used against the fees for your final term. All other terms must be paid in full by the due date shown on your invoice or statement.
In most cases the registration fee is non-refundable. Please refer to the Refund Policy if you would like further details.
You have the choice of whether to pay your fees in advance for the year or pay termly. If you choose to pay termly then fees are due 2 weeks before the start of each term.
Yes, you will probably need to go to the post office to collect your BRP card within 10 days of arriving in the UK. You may also have to register with the police. Please check your visa for further information and you can contact your ONCAMPUS centre if you are still unsure (even if it’s before the start of term).
If you successfully complete your programme to the required standard for your chosen degree then you are guaranteed a place at the partner university. For a list of courses please see the details listed in our Course-finder.
All of our lessons are held in English but we can help you to bring your English level up to the required level before you start your course.
No, we have set dates for the commencement of studies and you must arrive during one of these times. However, most courses have multiple intakes throughout the year so you can probably start within a few weeks of registering.
As part of the immigration requirement for your visa we must receive original transcripts from your previous place of study. However, most institutions should be able to supply you with copies if you need them.
Yes, we can provide a copy of your transcript. Please email us to request this. Please note that a courier charge may apply.
If you provide evidence that you failed to meet the requirement after you paid your deposit then a refund can be granted of your deposit. The registration fee is non-refundable.
This is an Immigration Office stipulation and we cannot register you on your course until we have seen the original documents. One of our team will take a copy of the documents and sign the copy to verify that the original document has been seen and checked.