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Tuition Fees 2013- 2014 (International Students)

Course title
Fees(overseas) p.a.
Fees(In country)
LLB (Hons) University of London International Programme £3,500 £2,500
ATHE Level 7 Diploma in Strategic Management £3,900 £2,700
ATHE Level 7 Diploma in Health Care Management £3,900 £2,700
ATHE Level 6 Diploma in Healthcare Management £3,500 £2,500
ATHE Level 6 Diploma in Management(QCF) £3,500 £2,500
IAM Level 6 Extended Diploma in Business and Administrative Management £3,500 £2,500
IAM Level 6 Diploma in Business and Administrative Management £3,500 £2,500
IAM Level 5 Diploma in Business and Administrative Management £3,500 £2,500
Edexcel/Pearson BTEC Level 5 HND Diploma in Business (QCF) £3,500 £2,500
ATHE Level 5 Extended Diploma in Management for Health and Social Care £3,500 £2,500
IAM Level 4 Diploma in Business and Administrative Management £3,500 £2,500

*These fees are implemented with effect from 01/07/2013.

All registration and examination fees are payable to the awarding bodies separately. This is students’ responsibility to register them with awarding bodies and to pay exam fees for each module they undertake in one semester. All students are strongly advised to see the College notice board on a regular basis for updated information.

 Please note that the college has the right to revise or amend the fees structure without formal notice in advance.



This policy defines the fees refund policy of London Regal College (LRC) which may result from cancellation request by the student, course termination by LRC/awarding body or visa refusal by the UKBA.


1. REGISTRATION FEES:  Awarding Body's registration fees are non refundable.

2. TUITION FEES: In order to claim a refund of tuition fees the student or sponsor must meet the following conditions:

 I. Advise the registrar in writing of withdrawal from the course two weeks before the start date of the course.

 II. Return Student card and other College property (if issued).

 III. Overseas students or their sponsors must return all original documents (acceptance/enrolment letter, receipts etc), which were issued by the College and the proof of rejection of student visa (a letter issued by the British Embassy/High Commission, confirming the refusal of visa/entry).

 IV. Refunds will be calculated as follows:

a. Full refund: Full refund of tuition fees will be made if the College is unable to offer an advertised course.

b.  Home/Overseas students (based in the UK) will be refunded full fees if they meet conditions (i, ii) set above, and the college must be satisfied that the student has not taken any advantage using college documents and references. This includes the extension of stay in the UK, Council Tax and other benefits or services.

c. Overseas students (not based in the UK): Tuition fees will be refunded only after they meet conditions (i, ii, iii) stated above. A deduction of £250 for administration costs will be done at the discretion of the college.

d.  Any student whose CAS is refused by the UKBA due to an error or omission on his/her part will not receive any refund from the college.


V. Should the student wish to appeal against an entry clearance/visa decision, the College will provide documentation for the next available session at no extra fees, only if the student/sponsor does not apply for a refund.

VI. Refunds will be made to the person or organisation that initially made the payment.

VII. No refund will be made under any circumstances, if the student or sponsor is not meeting the conditions set above or the student is required by the UKBA to leave the UK because of none or poor attendance or because of any breach of the law.

3. EXCEPTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS: Where there is clear evidence of exceptional hardship, a student may, at the discretion of the Directors, be granted special payment arrangements. New students will not normally be eligible.


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