If leave to remain in your host country is refused by the Immigration Authorities for the following reasons.

  1. Past and/or present poor attendance.
  1. A lack of funds.
  1. Providing incorrect information to the college.
  1. Providing incorrect information to the Immigration Authorities.
  1. Working without a work permit.
  1. If a visa application is withdrawn.
  1. If a student is refused a student visa but granted another kind of visa.
  1. If a student is dismissed for poor attendance or misconduct.
  1. If course fees are refunded, they will be paid to the student not to the person who has paid, unless otherwise stated by the student in writing.
  1. Refund will be made only when the processing fee of 40% of the tuition fee will be forfeited.
  1. All refunds will take approximately 6 weeks provided the college is notified by fax or in writing and original documents issued by the college and Immigration Authorities are received by the college within 7 days of any such refusal.
  1. Refunds will only be made by cheque or bank transfer.  Any bank charges must be paid by student.


  1. Students must be 16 years of age or over.
  1. Books are not included in the course fees.  Students are advised to buy their own books, if enrolled more than 4 weeks.
  1. Once you are in the United Kingdom or have started your course, no refund will be given.
  1. Courses will not be extended due to any unauthorised absences and/or uncertified illness.
  1. When necessary the college reserves the right to change any teacher, class time and/or transfer students from one time of study to another, and to merge small classes, if the number of students is not sufficient.
  1. Class sessions include breaks of up to 20 minutes.
  1. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure all examination entries and fees are paid on the due dates.  Some late entry places may be available and will be charged at a higher price.  These places, if available, will be on a first-come-first-served basis.
  1. All new student’s are required to do a placement test, if a student is found to be lower than the minimum start level for his/her course, Radcliffe College reserves the right to place the student in a class more appropriate to their needs, until an appropriate language level is reached.  This also applies to all Cambridge Examination courses.
  1. All visa national students are required to attend a minimum of 80% attendance required by the Immigration Authority.
  1. Radcliffe College has the full authority to investigate, if suspected for any false application or forged document being submitted to the Immigration Authority.