International Visa Students


NTERNATIONAL STUDENTS – ‘VISA STUDENTS’

The Manchester School of English is a British Council Accredited school and we can accept and sponsor students who wish to apply for a ‘Student Visitor Visa’ to study an English language course at our school. 


*Normal Student Visitors Visa is 6 months -24 weeks course.

*Extended Student Visitors Visa is 11 Months – 44 weeks course.


EVERYONE IS WELCOME

All international students are welcome and we will help you and support your visa application every step of the way!


DEPOSIT OF £1000

You can pay a deposit of £1000 to get your ‘Course Acceptance Letter’ and pay the balance of your course fee when you arrive at the school. 

We will accept a deposit of £1,000 for courses more than 12 weeks study.

For Example:     24 Weeks course 

   Course fee:                         £2,880

   Deposit:                             £1000

   Balance on arrival at school:  £1,880

   + Documents delivery £80


INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS COURSE FEES


HOW TO BOOK YOUR COURSE

You can book your course  by completing the APPLY NOW application form or email us: admin@manchesterenglish.com


COURSE ACCEPTANCE LETTER

You need a Course Acceptance Letter to apply for a UK Student Visitor Visa. The Course Acceptance Letter is an official document to show you have booked a course of study at Manchester English School.  


DELIVERY OF COURSE ACCEPTANCE LETTER

The school will send your ‘Course Acceptance letter’ and supporting documents by DHL courier service. 

Normal delivery time is 3 to 7 days.


PAYMENT FOR £1000 DEPOSIT

You can pay for your course:

1. Paypal

2. International bank transfer.

3. Western Union

We will send you a formal receipt and Course Acceptance Letter when we have received your payment .


WHAT IF I AM REFUSED A VISA? REFUND FEE £250

If you are refused a Visa the school will give you a full refund, less a refund fee of £250 to cover the schools administration, bank charges and DHL courier fees. 


UKBA-VISA INFORMATION

This information given on this page is from the Home Office – United Kingdom Borders Agency website – for latest updates and to check for accuracy please visit:
www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/

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