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Procedure for Admission

1. The prospective student must be informed about the college activities and courses and more importantly about our terms and conditions. This can be done by:

  • contacting the College directly.
  • contacting one of our representatives in their respective country (if any).
  • consulting our prospectus if you have a copy.
  • visiting our website:

2. Once the prospective student believes that he/she meets the minimum entry requirements, then he/she can apply for the proposed COURSE OF STUDY using the college OFFICIAL APPLICATION FORM . The application form must be accompanied by:

  1. 2 recent passport-size photographs (not more than 6 months old).
  2. Certified photocopies of all educational certificates, birth certificate as well as employment letters (if applicable).
  3. Statement of Purpose (SOP) for students from India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Thailand, China.
  4. Application form duly completed (in block capitals using black ink pen), dated and signed by the prospective student.
  5. £100 is payable as Registration fees as follows: Registration fees are to be paid by Bankers Draft ONLY. Bank Drafts are to be issued in the name of CAPITAL COLLEGE UK.

3. Once the College receives the application, the admission College will process the application immediately. Successful admission to the College will depend on:

  1. The prospective student meeting the minimum entry requirements.
  2. The prospective student has a good command in English. In the case of countries where a large proportion of the population do not speak English as their first language, they will be required to take an English exam, before attending the college. We recommend the IELTS Academic exam, although others are available. They will need to score 4.0 minimum in each band if studying Levels 4 and 5 courses and 5.5 mimimum in each band for Levels 6 and 7 in IELTS or equivalent.

4. Once a candidate’s application is accepted, a letter of Acceptance will be issued to him/her. This will include:

  • Offer of placement on the relevant course  including the start date.
  • A description of the course.
  • Description of Tuition fee required by college and how the fees can be paid.
  • Description of the living expenses for a student studying in the UK.
  • In the case of Tier 4 students, a description of what is required from student before CAS letter can be provided.
  • Description of what is required as a student studying in the UK.

5. The above document should enable the prospective student to:

  • Apply for leave from his/her current employer (if applicable).
  • Apply for educational loan.
  • Apply for foreign exchange for paying his/her tuition fees.

6.The next step is for the prospective student to pay for his/her tuition fees. The College encourages students to pay their  fees in full. Tuition fees must be paid in full before the College issue a CAS letter or payment certificate.

7.Once the tuition fee is received by the College, the following documents will be issued to the prospective student:

  • Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies Letter – only relevant to Tier 4 students
  • Payment Certificate – relevant to all students.

(a) Letter of Accommodation:

Although the college is non-residential, we do assist our students in finding suitable accommodation in the area. The cost of a single room will vary from £50 – £55 per week.

In order for the College to book accommodation and issue an official letter of accommodation, the student must book and pay at least 6 WEEKS in advance for his/her accommodation. We will also require ONE-MONTH RENT and one month deposit in advance. For example, for a single room at £50 per week, the student should pay a deposit of £50 x 4 x 2 (a total of £400) to the College.

Upon payment, the College will issue an official letter of accommodation.

(b) Letter of Late Acceptance

The College understands that certain students might experience difficulties in obtaining their VISAS. THE COLLEGE WILL ISSUE LETTERS OF LATE ACCEPTANCE ONLY to genuine students who have experienced difficulties in obtaining their visas or any other practical difficulties acceptable to the College.

The issue of LATE ACCEPTANCE LETTERS is however subject to the following:

  1. The student will be allowed a delay of a maximum of four (4) weeks to start his/her programme.
  2. The student must request in writing for such a letter justifying his/her action for doing so.
  3. The student undertakes to catch up for the missed classes during his/her term holidays after consulting his/her correct coordinator.


Depending from country to country, we strongly advise students to start initiating action at least three months before they travel. For example:

January October of previous year
March December of previous year
June March of current year
September June of current year
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