Your course fees, along with your examination and examination registration fees, are payable in full before the start date of your course.
Before making payment, please make sure you meet all the Home Office/UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) criteria for Tier 4 leave of entry, as all deposits and full payments are non-refundable.
If you request to transfer your booking to a later date, you can carry your deposit or full payment forward for a maximum of two years from the start date of your original course.
Please be aware that course fees increase each year.
Chief Mate and Officer of the Watch courses
You will need to pay a deposit of £1,000 at the time of booking. The deposit is non-refundable unless we close the course and are unable to offer you a suitable alternative.
If your course starts in September or May you must pay the full balance no later than six working weeks before your start date. If your course starts in January you must pay the full balance no later than eight working weeks before your start date.
You will need to pay the course fees in full at the time of booking.
You must pay the full balance no later than eight working weeks before the start date of your course. If, when you arrive at College, we identify additional short course requirements you must pay for these in full at the time of booking.
How to pay
Before we can issue you with your Confirmation of Acceptance to Study (CAS), you will need to pay your fees in full. We only accept non-cash payment methods, such as a banker’s draft, a bank transfer or a payment by credit/debit card that is registered in your own name.
Please ask your bank to use your full name and date of birth as your payment reference. This will help us to process the payment smoothly for you.
At the start of your course, you will need to purchase writing and drawing materials along with instruments for taking notes and doing chart work. These are available to buy at the College and will not normally exceed £100.
Planning your finances
In order to obtain your Tier 4 visa, you must ensure you have held sufficient money in your bank account for the required time specified by the UKVI. Before we issue you with your CAS, we will assess your documents to reduce the risk of your visa being refused. See our visa requirements page for more information.