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These students will be required to comply with the following conditions;-
Non-EU Nationals applying to study at LCEM from outside the UK are required to obtain entry clearance prior to their travelling to the UK and follow the following procedures:
Step 1: Sending application For
Fill in the college enrolment form and send it along with the documents listed below to LCEM through e-mail scan on email@example.com or post it to the college admission team at London College of Engineering and Management, 15 Spray Street, Woolwich London, SE18 6AP with:
Upon receipt of the required documents along with the completed application form, the college will assess the documents and student may be interviewed. The interview can be in person or by telephone. The college may ask any additional information or documents if required.
Step 2; Conditional Letter of Acceptance
If your application is successful and place is available on the requested course, we will send you a Conditional Letter of Acceptance specifying the condition such as payment of the course fees or any other relevant information or documents to submit prior to confirming your place.
Please note that this Conditional Letter of Acceptance cannot be used for Visa application. If the deposit is not paid on time, the course place will no longer be guaranteed. Click here for Bank Details
Step 3: Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS)
Upon receipt of the required documents and tuition fees the college will issue Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) and send it to the student. Student need to show this document while applying for visa.
Step 4: Applying for Visa
Non-EU Nationals applying for entry clearance from outside the UK should apply in local British Embassy/High Commission prior to travelling to the UK. Please visit www.ukvisas.gov.uk/en/howtoapply/infs/inf29pbsstudent/content for further information. This may involve an interview by an Entry Clearance Officer assessing the following:
Note that any false or forged documents found by the UK Embassy or High Commission staff will result in a 10 year ban from reapplying to enter in the UK. It may also result in a criminal conviction.