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Application & Registration

Application and Registration

 

 LCHRM requires completed application to be returned to the college along with

• Two passport-size photographs
• Copies of certificates
• Passport copy
• Work experience details (if applicable)

On receipt of these by the College, shortlisted candidates may be called or telephoned for an interview by the College or its authorized representatives. Successful applicants will receive a conditional acceptance letter, an acceptance form and statement of Fees/Invoice. 

If you are in an external program, you must be in possession of acceptance letters on the respective programs from external universities. Non-EEA students need to return the Acceptance Form, the payment of the full course fee and provide all the necessary information (as per the checklist on the application form). The College will assess all the information to confirm that this is in line with the requirements of UK’s Immigration rules for student visas. Where necessary, the College will ask for supplementary information. 

Students should note carefully the requirement to show funding to cover in full – the first year’s tuition fees and the expected living expense in UK for that year. Once the College is satisfied that all the information provided is conformant to the UK Immigration rules for student visas, the student will need to present the offer letter to the British Embassy or High Commission in their home country to apply for a student visa.

If you are certain that you meet the entry requirements of the course and would like to expedite the process of enrolment, you can send us all the necessary information (as per the checklist on the application form) and payment of your tuition fee. If the College does not accept you onto the course or if we consider that the information provided does not meet the UK Immigration requirements for student visas, we will refund any course fees paid.

Once you are in Britain, action is required and we expect to see you at the induction day of your course.

The student, by signing the College application form, agrees to abide by the College’s regulations and policies, which are mentioned in the college prospectus and in the college website as updated from time to time.

Student Responsibilities

Applicants must follow the College’s admission process as described on the website. All applications must be accompanied by evidence of employment, position held and duties must be supplied. Overseas students must also provide all the information listed on the application form checklist, including evidence of their financial ability to pay the course fees and UK living expenses (£9600 pa), in line with the UK Border Agency’s (UKBA) requirements, which can be seen on their website (http://www.bia.homeoffice.gov.uk). Documents provided must be originals. Where the original documents cannot be sent, notarized copies or copies attested by the issuing authority are acceptable. The documentation required must be clear, legible and where necessary translated into English language by an approved translator.

Students must arrive in the UK for their studies within the time allowance stated on the College admission letters. Once in the UK, students cannot defer their admission to a later intake, except in extreme situations and if permitted by the UKBA. On arrival in the UK, students will be assessed by the College academic staff for ability to follow their chosen course successfully. 

The College may require the student to complete an access course or undertake remedial classes before joining their course. Applications for exemptions will be assessed by and granted at the discretion of the staff. Any exemptions granted will be subject to the conditions applying to that exemption. The decisions of the academic staff on access and exemptions are final.

Students are required to attend all lectures, take all tests and submit on time the assignments set by their tutors: failure to do so may result in re-sits, which may in turn affect the student’s responsibility to apply for and register with relevant academic or professional bodies where applicable and to enter for any external examinations. Students must comply with the rules and regulations of relevant external bodies. 

Overseas students must follow a full-time weekday course of at least 16 hours a week and comply with all other immigration regulations and laws. Students must abide by all College regulations as amended and updated from time to time.

Under the College’s Disciplinary Regulations, a student can be expelled for improper conduct, including the provision of false or forged documentation in their application, or any conduct that interferes with the well-being of other students, staff or the reputation of the College. 

Students will be required to pay for any damage they cause to the premises and/or property of the College, or property in the care of the College, or their accommodation arranged by the College financial regulations (see below). No refund of fees will be granted to expelled students and they will remain liable for any extant fees and charges.

Students must notify the College promptly of any change in their UK address and/or telephone number, and of any reason for absence, such as sickness.

 

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