Details of entry criteria are given on the course factsheets and you should check the specific entry requirements for your chosen course.
You can use UK NARIC (www.naric.org.uk) to compare your qualifications. It is a national agency responsible for providing information and advice about vocational, academic and professional skills and qualifications from all over the world.
|Level of English|
|UK Visas and Immigration Information|
|Home Office Information for Full Time Students|
To study on a course at Harrow College applicants are expected to have achieved the required level of English for their chosen course. You will need to provide copies of all relevant certificates. We accept any approved English Language test set at a minimum CEFR Level of B2 or where a minimum B2 result is achieved. A list of approved UKVI tests and test centres worldwide can be found here.
If your level of English is not high enough for your chosen course the college will normally be able to offer you an English as a Foreign Language (EFL) course for either one term or one academic year, whichever is appropriate. After successful completion of the EFL course, you will be able to progress onto your chosen course.
The chart below explains the various form of progression.
The course for which you are applying must lead to a Level 3 qualification. You must apply for a full-time programme of study.
You will need to apply for UK Visa online (www.gov.uk/student-visa). Your visa, if issued, is not transferable between educational institutions. Harrow College is required to report information about students who are sponsored to study in the UK to the UK Visas and Immigration, including students who fail to enrol or students whose attendance drops below the required level.
When you enrol on your programme of study, you must present your passport, ID card and immigration status document. The College is required to keep copies of these documents.
You can view our courses for overseas students online by clicking here or viewing our International Guide. Overseas students on full-time courses must study a minimum of 15 hours per week. Students studying A level and vocational courses at level 3 normally study at least 15 hours per week.