Programme Type

Duration

Mode

Start Date

Cost per year *

A Levels

2 years

Full-time

September

£6500

Pathway to Degree/HND Programmes

2 years

Full-time

September

£6500

Pre-University Programmes

2 years

Full-time

September

£6000

English Language Preparation

1 year

Full-time

September

£5000

* fees quoted are for one year of study in the academic year 2016/17.

A deposit of fees will be required in order to secure your place and confirm that you are coming to study at Uxbridge College. Please note students should verify their offer with the International Officer before making any deposit payments. 

The above costs are tuition fees only – you will be required to pay an additional amount for course materials, exam fees, registration and ID. This additional charge depends on the course you are following and can be anywhere between £100 - £500.

Paying your Deposit
The tuition fee can be paid in the following ways:

  • In person – relatives can pay on your behalf; however, please ensure that they have a copy of the offer letter confirming your details
  • Bank draft – these should be made payable to “Uxbridge College”
  • Bank transfer – please ensure that you use the following bank details, and state your name in the “Reference” section

Account Name: Uxbridge College
Bank Details: Lloyds TSB
High Street
UXBRIDGE
UB8 1JD
England

Sort Code: 30 98 91 Account No. 00426784

 

Part-time fees
If you would like to study a part-time course please contact the International Officer who can discuss your course requirements and the associated tuition fees. Students are also expected to pay additional costs for registration, ID, examinations and course materials.

Living in the UK
Uxbridge is in London and so estimated living costs are £11,385 per annum if you are studying for a programme that is longer than 9 months, and £1,265 per month if you are studying for a programme that is 9 months or less. Please visit the UKVI website for details on how much money you may need. The International Student Calculator can help you plan your budget and finances when studying in the UK. Further information about the cost of living in the UK is available on the British Council website

Refunds
Full details of the refund policy are available in the Terms and Conditions that accompany all offer letters; however, usually refunds will only be issued in exceptional circumstances and are subject to a £300 administration charge. In the event that a student comes to the UK and either does not enrol onto their chosen course or withdraws from their course, no refund will be issued – these students will also be reported to the UK Visas and Immigration Agency in line with the requirements of Tier 4 compliance.