Admissions Process - International Students

Interested international parents and students are invited to request a prospectus pack either via our online contact form or by contacting the admissions team on +44 (0) 20 8579 668. Families are also welcome to visit the College and have a tour with our Principal, Dr Ian Moores, should they be in the country to do so. To book a visit and interview please click here

International students and parents (or agents on their behalf) who are considering joining EIC are invited to contact us to book a consultation (via Skype or in person) with the Principal to discuss individual requirements and get more information about the College. Interested families can visit our website, email or phone us to arrange this and to ask any further questions.

Students who wish to apply for a place at EIC is required to fill out the College enrolment form for international students and submit via email to our admissions office.


The completed enrolment form must be accompanied with the following documentation:

  • IELTS Certificate (or equivalent)
  • Copies of examinations/result slips
  • Most recent school report/academic reference
  • Photocopy of passport
  • Two passport-sized photos
  • UCAS Reference (if applicable)
  • Any other necessary supporting documents/qualifications

Once we have received the enrolment form and accompanying documentation, the student will be provided with a link to sit an academic assessment test. Provided the academic assessment is successful, the student will then be invited to an interview with the Principal either in person or by Skype. In the interview the students and parents will be able to receive advice on the recommended programme for the student to ensure the College tailors their education according to their academic goals and ambitions.

An offer at EIC is based on a successful interview with the Principal and satisfactory academic records and assessment test. Following the initial interview, the Principal will evaluate this, and issue an offer letter within one week of attending the interview, where the recommended programme created for the student will be outlined. Students will have three weeks to formally accept the offer. If a visa is required the offer of a place is conditional on being granted a visa to study in the UK.

Once the College has received acceptance of offer and requested documents and fees, a confirmation letter will be sent electronically or by courier/postal services, together with relevant information for enrolment.

Students will be enrolled into the College when the below fees have been paid:

  • Deposit (£2500)
  • Registration fee (£300)
  • Book and resource fee (£400)
  • CAS fee (£300)

Please note, 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. A CAS (confirmation of acceptance of study) letter will be issued to students who require a visa to join the College, along with information on how to proceed with the visa application. International students' date of enrolment will be the date of issue of the student visa.

Please ensure our enrolment terms and conditions are read and understood before accepting the offer of a place at the College. 

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