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New College Durham – LSC

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980

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London

New College Durham – LSC

Key Features
University Type Public University
Established 1977
International Students(%) 10%
Famous For Applied Business Computing
Tution Fees £9,250.00 -14,400
Website Address New College Durham - LSC
  • New College Durham was created through the merger between Durham Technical College and Neville’s Cross College in 1977.
  • Neville’s Cross College was established as a teacher’s education college in 1921 by the Durham County Council, while Durham Technical College was founded in 1957 to offer training and support to the mining industry.
  • The college is currently counted amongst County Durham’s largest providers of quality-assured Higher and Further Education. Also, it has received the QAA Quality Mark for exceeding or meeting UK expectations for standards and quality.
  • Situated in Framwellgate Moor in Durham, England, the college’s £35 million campus features a plethora of impressive buildings, modern facilities, and first-rate resources to provide students with an invigorating learning environment.
  • It offers over 70 apprenticeship pathways and collaborates with more than 350 employers.
  • The college is listed amongst County Durham’s largest Sixth Form Centres and has an excellent team of distinguished teachers.
  • It is home to over 200 international students from around the globe. 93% of the college’s further education students progress to further study or employment.
  • The success rates for apprenticeships consistently remain higher than the national average.
  • New College Durham has produced a number of highly successful and notable graduates over the years.

How to apply section of each university

  • Find a Course
  • Contact us to help you with your application
  • Get your required Documents ready and send them to our team.
  • We shall apply to you.
  • You will be notified by the university once the application is made.
  • Get a Conditional Offer.
  • Get prepared for the test if needed.
  • Get Unconditional Offer.
  • Apply for the Student Finance(UK/EU students)

Additional steps for International student

  • Pay the Tuition Fee Deposit (International Students only).
  • Apply for the CAS (International Students only).
  • Get Prepared for the Pre-CAS interview (If needed).
  • Get the CAS and apply for the Visa.

The Visa Information process includes 7 simple steps.

Step 1:

Firmly accept your unconditional offer and pay any tuition fee deposits required by the University/College. Once you have paid the tuition fee, you will be issued a Confirmation of Acceptance (CAS) letter from your university.

Step 2:

You can review the information in your CAS checking document, which will be notified by email taking not more than four months before your course starting date.

When the CAS has been prepared, you will receive an email asking you to check the details of your CAS. Check all the information included is correct.

  • If the CAS is correct, follow the instructions to verify the information.
  • If the CAS is incorrect, follow the instructions to report any errors.

Once you have verified that your CAS details are correct, you will receive your CAS within 5 working days.

  • Accommodation fees on the CAS will always show as 0.00. You should therefore keep the money for your living expenses, including accommodation, in your bank account until after the visa application is processed.
  • Any tuition fees paid, including deposits and University scholarships, should show in your CAS.  Please check this carefully as any outstanding funds need to be shown in your financial evidence with your visa application.

If you make a payment or receive a University scholarship after receiving your CAS number, you will receive a separate notification informing you that your CAS has been updated with new financial information.

Step 3:

Prepare your financial evidence.

You need to show funds that cover your first-year tuition fees plus living costs (sometimes referred to as ‘maintenance’). The required living costs are:

  • £1,265 per month for students, up to a maximum of 9 months (£11,385 ) who will study in greater London university/college.
  • £1,015 per month for students, up to a maximum of 9 months (£9,135) who will study in a outside London university/college
  • £845 per month each for any dependants (who will live in London), up to a maximum of 9 months (£7,605).
  • £680 per month each for any dependants (who will live outside London), up to a maximum of 9 months (£6,180).  Check our guide to applying for your visa to see if you are eligible to bring family members as Tier 4 dependants.

If you are self-funding, ensure that funds are held for 28 consecutive days before you apply for your visa online.

Please look through the following links for any queries:

funding requirements

Policy Guidance

Step 4:

Prepare your other supporting documents, which should be original – not scans or copies.

  • Include your ATAS certificate, if it is required. This only applies to certain science and technology courses at RQF level 7 and above. If this applies to you, this will be confirmed directly to you by our Admissions Team and will be stated in your CAS.
  • Check if you need a TB test
  • Evidence of your academic qualifications referred to in the CAS
  • English language test evidence, but only if referred to on your CAS.
    • For students coming to study degree-level courses your CAS will confirm that the University is satisfied with your English language level and no evidence of this will be required at the time you apply for the Tier 4 visa.
    • For students coming to study foundation courses and presessional English courses with a single CAS covering your presessional course only, when you apply for the Tier 4 visa, you must provide the English certificate which is classed as a secure English language test (SELT) by the UK government, as referred to on your CAS.

The above list is not exhaustive and you may need to include other documents such as translations or a letter of parental consent.  If you have any query you may check the link below:

guide to applying for your visa from overseas.

Step 5:

You have to complete the following form:

online visa application form

For further queries please go through the following link:

Tier 4 application form guidance

You will be asked to pay the visa application fee of £348 (or equivalent in local currency).  You can opt to pay more for any priority application services offered in your country.

You will also be asked to pay the Immigration Health Surcharge to access the UK’s National Health Service (NHS). Any dependants who are applying to come to the UK for more than 6 months must also pay this surcharge.

For further queries please go through the following link:

healthcare for international students

Step 6:

As part of the online visa application, you will book an appointment to attend a Visa Application Centre in person to submit your documents and have your biometric information was taken (fingerprints and photographs).

 

Step 7:

You will receive a vignette visa (sticker) in your passport which will be valid for 30 days to allow you to travel to the UK.  You will also receive a decision letter from UK Visas and Immigration confirming that your visa application is successful.  You should show both the vignette and the letter at the UK border.

Your full visa will be printed on a biometric residence permit (BRP) and must be collected within ten days of arriving in the UK.

If your visa is for 6 months or less, the vignette will be valid for the full duration of your visa and you will not need to collect a BRP.

N.B.: Take extra time and care to ensure that your first visa application is your only visa application.

In this section you will know about the scholarships from the reputed New College Durham – LSC has to offer:

Brian Cooper Scholarship Open 14th January to 31st March 2020
Durham Inspired – North East Scholarships Open 20th January to 31st March 2020
Robert Young Scholarship Open 13th January to 31st March 2020
St Nicholas Scholarship Open 13th January to 31st March 2020
Covid-19 Recovery Fund (current students) Opening October 2020
British Petroleum Scholarship 2020 entry to be confirmed
Chris Deelman Travel Scholarship (current students) Open 14th January to 2nd March 2020
Choral and Organ Scholarship 2020 entry to be confirmed
Durham University Arts Management Group (current students) Currently closed for applications
Durham Expeditions Group (current students) Open 2nd December to 20th March 2020
Durham University Students Travelling Abroad Fund (current students) 2019/20 to be confirmed
Durham University Military Scholarship Open 3rd February to 30th April 2020
Durham Inspired Computer Science Scholarship Open 15th January to 28th February 2020
Graham and Joanna Barker Scholarship for Music Closed for 2020 entry
Hogan Lovells Scholarship Open 14th January to 31st March 2020
Hunt Scholarship – Computer Science Open 15th January – 28th February 2020
Santander Scholarship Open 3rd February to 30th April 2020
Student Employability Fund Closed
Vice Chancellor’s Scholarship for Sport, Music and Arts Closing 15th January 2020
Vice Chancellor’s Scholarship – Academic Excellence at Year End No Application Process
Weldon Le-Huray Scholarship for Arts & Humanities, Music and Sport Closing Date: 31st January 2020
Women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Scholarship Open 31st March – 8th May 2020

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