Admissions procedure for Concorde International students

How to book

Complete the application form (adult or junior):

  • Enter Personal Information
  • Select Course, Accommodation, Airport transfer
  • Select Method of Payment: £100 deposit for students not requiring a visa or £500 deposit for students requiring a visa.

Visa Refusal

On presentation of Refusal of Entry Clearance, students receive a refund of deposit less Registration Fee (£98) and bank charges.


Please make sure that you leave a copy of your ID/Passport with a family member so that in case you lose them, this copy can be emailed / faxed to the school to facilitate new documentation from the Embassy without delay.

Public Holidays

The school is closed on Public Holidays, 2018 public holidays are:

  • 1st January
  • 30th March
  • 2nd April
  • 7th May
  • 28th May
  • 27th August
  • 25th December
  • 26th December

Please note that no refund of fees will be made when Concorde International is closed for official public holidays.


These must be made in writing to Concorde International. Fees will be retained according to when your notification of cancellation is received.

Number of days before commencement of the courseRetained fees
28 days or moredeposit returned
29 - 9 days 50% of tuition fees retained
8 days or lesstotal fees retained

Once a course has been booked and confirmed, any course changes can only be made with the agreement of the Course Director. Course fees are not refundable.

Personal Insurance

We strongly recommend that students take out full comprehensive insurance for the period of their stay in the UK to cover Cancellation, Medical Expenses, Personal Injury, Lost Property and Personal Liability.

This may be purchased in your own country before travelling but if you are not able to do this, EnglishUK recommends Student Guard Insurance from, who are able to provide cover at a reasonable price. Please visit their website or e-mail them at: Concorde International cannot be held responsible for any costs incurred by students who are not insured.


We reserve the right to refuse admission or to exclude a student in the event of misconduct or non-attendance. If the student continues to offend, we reserve the right to expel the student, at their own expense and with no refund on fees paid.

Students have to pay for any damage caused to property in their accommodation or on the school premises.

Concorde International will not be responsible for any injury to or by students or to any third party other than our common law legal liability in respect of negligent acts on our part. In no circumstances will we be responsible for consequential losses irrespective of how they are caused.

In the unlikely event that your course or accommodation is cancelled, changed or curtailed, Concorde International will offer a reasonable alternative course and accommodation, or a refund of fees for the hours of tuition and accommodation not taken.

Any disputes will be settled under the current laws of the United Kingdom.

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If you are travelling on a European passport and are concerned about entry into the UK, the British Government has published its guidance:

There will be no change to the rights and status of EU citizens currently living in the UK until 30 June 2021, or 31 December 2020 if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.

The arrangements described here will also apply to citizens of Switzerland arriving after exit in a no deal scenario.

After the UK leaves the EU, if there is no Brexit deal, EEA citizens will be able to enter the UK as they do now (for an interim period).

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