Admissions Process

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Step 1

Complete the online application form and submit it along with copies of your educational documents and passport/ photo ID. For applicants whose first language is not English, an English Language test such as IELTS is required, the CEFR level required will be noted on the course entry requirements.

Step 2

It will take up to three working days to process the application form, to ensure you meet the entry requirements.

If successful, you will receive a Conditional Offer Letter by email. This will state the course title; start and end dates; course duration; tuitions fees payable and any conditions to be met. We normally ask all applicants to pay the full fees for the course, unless you are funded by your Government or other official sponsor. 

Step 3

When you have satisfied all conditions, you will be given an unconditional offer letter to use for your visa application. 

You are advised to read in full Manchester International College's Admissions Terms and Conditions before submitting an application. Students who submit an application to the College will be subject to the terms and conditions detailed within. If you are unsure about any information contained within this page, please speak to a member of the Admissions Team who will be able to advise you further.

 

Customer Service Charter

Quality is at the heart of our mission. To give you the best experience, we have introduced our Customer Service Charter.

The Charter will tell you what to expect when you contact us by telephone, email, in person or through a representative.

We will:

  1. listen carefully to what you say
  2. be helpful, polite and friendly
  3. follow through on commitments given to you
  4. value and encourage your feedback

Our information will:

  1. be easy to access
  2. be clear and easy to understand
  3. allow you to make the best choice about your education

Our actions will:

  1. be fair and honest
  2. be done quickly
  3. take your needs into consideration

We are here to help you at every stage. From your first enquiry to the end of your course, we will give you the highest standards of customer service.
We understand that you are concerned about your education and we understand that colleges can be slow in answering enquiries.

Enquiries and Applications

If your enquiry or application reaches us before 12 noon UK time, we will acknowledge it on the same day.

If it reaches us after 12 noon, we will try to acknowledge on the same day, but in most cases, we will contact you within 24 hours.

We will normally process your application or enquiry within 3 working days and move your application to the next stage (conditional offer letter, visa letter, interview, etc.)

If your enquiry is complex and we need to find detailed answers, we will let you know how long this will take. If there is a delay in finding the information, we will tell you.  

For courses which require visa applications, we will advise you on what documents you must submit and give you enough time to give us these. Below is an outline of the standard times:

      • Student Visitor Visa - up to 3 working days
      • Extended Student Visitor Visa -  up to 4 working days
      • Tier 4 General Student Visa - up to 10 working days

How you can help us

When you apply, please fill in all parts of the application form. Please send us all of your documents and your passport or ID. You can upload your documents online on the application form. Please give us your telephone number and email address so that we can contact you if we need to.

Please apply in good time

If your course starts soon, then please prepare everything in advance. If you need to apply for a visa, it could take up to 4 weeks before you can travel to Manchester.

Feedback

We love feedback, and usually it’s good. However, if there are problems, please tell us about them. If you tell us, we can make things right. You can email us on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to tell us about your experience of using our services. 

 

Additional information

Last Updated:

 Monday, 22 September 2014 15:59