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How to Apply

It is strongly recommended that you do not make any final preparations to travel to the UK until after you have been granted a visa by the UKVI to study in the UK. This includes booking flights or accommodation, or resigning from any employment or study you may be undertaking in your home or another country.

The application process varies according to the type of course you wish to study. The different processes are outlined according to course below.

Although there is no strict final deadlines for you to apply to the College, applicants do need to ensure that they have enough time to provide complete documentation, meet the financial evidence requirements (at least 28 calendar days) and account for student visa processing times. Due to this, we would recommend that applications be made by the beginning of June 2019.

A general outline of what you can expect to happen is given below. Remember however that you will be guided, supported and instructed by our International Team throughout your application and admission process. You can contact them at international@ccn.ac.uk or on +44 (0) 1603 773 483 at any stage of your application for assistance.

Bachelor Degree

  1. You should first contact the International Team for any course information, entry requirements, immigration information and a preliminary assessment. You will be asked to supply documentation such as a copy of your passport and prior qualifications at this stage.
  2. Formal Application via the UCAS Website at www.ucas.com The required UCAS course code is listed for each degree on both UCAS and the College’s course finder at www.ccn.ac.uk/courses/.
  3. The application will be assessed by both the International Team and the relevant Academic staff. This may include an interview (which can be arranged via Skype if you are outside of the UK.) A conditional approval may be given at this stage. This outcome will be informed to you both via your UCAS application and the International Team by email.
  4. If you have been made an offer, accept this on UCAS.
  5. The International Team will request any final required documentation (at this stage the documents for the financial requirements for a Tier 4 visa will also be requested.)
  6. The College will decide at this stage whether to sponsor you for a Tier 4 student visa. If the College does agree, a formal written offer of admission will be sent to you by the International Team.
  7. Accept the written offer, along with payment of the required fees.
  8. A Confirmation of Acceptance of Study (CAS) for your student visa will be sent to you by the International Team, along with visa application instructions.
  9. Apply for your Tier 4 Student Visa.
  10. Once your visa has been granted, you can safely make your arrangements to come to Norwich and commence your studies. Congratulations!

Access and A Level Applications

  1. Contact the International Team for any course information, entry requirements, immigration information and a preliminary assessment. You will be asked to supply documentation such as a copy of your passport and prior qualifications at this stage.
  2. The application will be assessed by both the International Team and the relevant Academic staff. This may include an interview (which can be arranged via Skype if you are outside of the UK.) A conditional approval may be given. Your outcome will be informed to you by the International Team via email.
  3. The International Team will request any final required documentation (at this stage the documents for the financial requirements for a Tier 4 visa will be requested.)
  4. The College will decide at this stage whether to sponsor you for a Tier 4 student visa. If the College does agree, a formal written offer of admission will be sent to you by the International Team.
  5. Accept the written offer, along with payment of the required fees.
  6. A Confirmation of Acceptance of Study (CAS) for your student visa will be sent to you by the International Team, along with visa application instructions.
  7. Apply for your Tier 4 Student Visa.
  8. Once your visa has been granted, you can safely make your arrangements to come to Norwich and commence your studies. Congratulations!

Part-Time ESOL Applications

  1. Contact the International Team for course information, and a preliminary assessment. You may be asked to supply documentation such as a copy of your passport and prior qualifications at this stage.
  2. An interview with an ESOL teacher will be arranged via Skype (if you are overseas) or on-campus.
  3. Your outcome will be informed to you by the International Team via email, including notification of your English learning level.
  4. The International Team will request any final required documentation (usually relating to your financial and immigration obligations.)
  5. The College will decide at this stage whether to support you for a Short-Term student visa. If the College does agree, a formal written offer of admission will be sent to you by the International Team.
  6. Accept the written offer, along with payment of the required fees and all documents requested by the International Team.
  7. A formal letter of support for a Short-Term Study Visa will be provided to you. This is used to apply for your Short-Term Study Visa.
  8. Apply for your Short-Term Study Visa.
  9. Once your visa has been granted, you can safely make your arrangements to come to Norwich and commence your studies. Congratulations!
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