Admissions process

Parents are most welcome to book a visit in order to come and see the College during term time - this is the best way to see our unique approach in action.

College Tours and Interviews

Ealing Independent College are still encouraging families who are interested in joining the school this September or later on to get in touch with our Admissions Officer, Charlie Norris, or complete our website form. Charlie will then follow up to provide you with all the information you need and to schedule a Tour of the College and a meeting with our Principal. 

We accept applications throughout the year - it is never too late. 



We invite you to tour our college as the first step in the admissions process to get a sense of the friendly atmosphere and small class sizes that we offer. Next, students and their parents are invited to attend an interview with the Principal, where it is required that students bring copies of their academic records (examination/result slips). 


In order to assess the suitability of the student for the academic rigor of the College, a series of assessments will be set by the Principal. The admission tests are sat at home and the Principal is notified once they have been completed. 


A second interview is held by the Principal where assessment results are analysed and discussed with both parents and students before the next stage of the admissions procedure. In the interview the Principal will assess their individual needs, and advise on the recommended programme to ensure the College tailor the education according to academic goals and ambitions.

An offer at Ealing Independent College is based on a successful interview with the Principal and satisfactory academic records. An offer letter is issued within one week of attending the interview, where the recommended programme of study created for the student at Ealing Independent College will be outlined. In order to formally accept the offer, applicants should follow the steps outlined below.


Students who accept the offer of a place at Ealing Independent College are required to submit an enrolment form via email or in the post/in person.

The completed enrolment form must be accompanied by the following documentation and payment:

  • Most recent school report/academic reference
  • Copies of academic records
  • Any other necessary supporting documents/qualifications
  • Photocopy of passport
  • Registration fee (£300)
  • Book and resource fee (£450)

The full first tuition fee instalment must be paid before the student joins the College.

Once the above has been submitted, the student will be enrolled into the College, and a letter confirming receipt of the above will be issued confirming the student’s place at the College. Once enrolled, the applicant will receive regular news updates about the College.

Please ensure you have read and understood all the details within the Enrolment Form, including the section regarding payment of fees, payment terms, re-enrolment and cancellation/withdrawals, before accepting the offer of a place at the college and paying the non-refundable registration fee.

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Ealing Independent College provides a welcoming and immersive experience for international students coming to live and study in London.

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