Presentation on theme: "Belfast Metropolitan College Application Guidance for International Students ( Course details:"— Presentation transcript:
Belfast Metropolitan College Application Guidance for International Students ( Course details: http://www.belfastmet.ac.uk/Courses/International/Courses/Courses.aspx )http://www.belfastmet.ac.uk/Courses/International/Courses/Courses.aspx 1. Fill in the Application Form. This can be obtained from the BMC International Office, or downloaded at: http://www.belfastmet.ac.u k/Courses/International/Enr ollment/Enrollment.aspx http://www.belfastmet.ac.u k/Courses/International/Enr ollment/Enrollment.aspx 2. Attach a copy of your passport/ visa, school certificate and your final year school/ university exam transcript (with individual subjects and grades), as well as your IELTS - or other English Language certificate - and send them with the completed application form to the International Office at internationaloffice@ belfastmet.ac.uk or email@example.com. internationaloffice@ belfastmet.ac.uk firstname.lastname@example.org 3. The Admissions Office will send you an email to confirm the receipt of your application. If your transcripts are in another language, they need to be translated into English. It will normally take 2-3 weeks to process your application. 4. If successful, we will email you a Place Offer Letter, offering you a place on the course. This will include: A Place Acceptance Form. A request for the deposit and payment details. All deposits are part of your tuition fees. For an Intensive English Course, full fees must be paid. Deposits must be paid at least 7 weeks before the first day of class. In certain countries the visa application process is very intensive. Applicants from these countries will be asked to pay full first year tuition fees as their deposit. These countries include: Russia, Nepal, Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Nigeria, Zimbabwe and Ghana. Deposits are only refundable if your visa is rejected. 5. When we receive your deposit, we will ask applicants applying for a Tier 4 Student Visa to show their bank accounts to make sure they are in line with UKVI conditions. If this is satisfactory, we will send you the Formal Acceptance Letter with CAS number to: support your Visa application. provide accommodation information. NB - Student Visitor Visa letters are sent out by DHL 6. You apply for a T4 Student Visa (or Student Visitor visa) in the British Embassy in your country. If your visa application is rejected, you must send us a copy of the refusal letter, and we will refund the deposit; we keep £100 GBP for administrative charges. 7. When you get your visa, please check that the details are correct before you come to the UK. Please let us know when you receive your visa and when you are due to arrive in Belfast. If you wish to arrange an airport pickup or have accommodation requirements, please let us know at least 7 days before your arrival. 8. When you arrive in Belfast, come to see us in the International Office so that we can check your passport/ visa and complete your payment and enrolment. Students need to pay the remainder of the first year course fees before enrolment can take place; there is NO instalment plan for International students. International Office Belfast Metropolitan College Titanic Quarter Building 7 Queens Road Belfast BT3 9DT, N Ireland, UK Tel: +44 (0) 28 9026 5171 or +44 (0) 28 9026 5192 Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org@email@example.com 9. Once you are enrolled and have your student card, you can start going to classes and studying for your new future!