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Good to Know

Frequently Asked
Questions

You can check your VISA situation directly on; https://www.gov.uk/check-uk-visa

For VISA applications, we can only provide a confirmation letter that you can add to your visa application.
(Visa letter fee is £149, non-refundable)

It needs to be a *Full-time morning or midday course* and we advise to apply for your Visa at least 2 months prior to your course start date.

A 6-month course is around £ 3,840
An 11-month course is around £7,040

Please check our terms here: speakuplondon.com/terms-and-policies/

*You are not allowed to work in the UK on both visitor visa (up to 6 months) or short-term study visa (from 6 to 11 months).*
Therefore, you must be able to support yourself for the entire period of your English course.

Immigration officers will check your financial situation and you will need to show an average of *£1,350 per month* in order to receive the visa/

If you decide to book accommodation with us, the booking is to be paid in full in advance as well.

Check the UK GOV for more information: https://www.gov.uk/check-uk-visa

The price for the transport from the airport to the accommodation is not included in the courses payment. However, we can help you by choosing and arranging the right travel option for you.

For the biggest choice of accommodation options please book as early as possible but in general it also possible to enrol for a course at fairly short notice.

All our teachers hold a CELTA or Trinity CERT TESOL certificate or higher. 

We work closely with partners registered by the 'British Council' to provide you with the best options. You can check our accommodations options here

Step 1: Have a look at our various accomodations options. We work closely with partners registered by the 'British Council' to provide you with the best options. You can check our accommodations options here

Step 2: Contact us to check the availability of the accommodation your are interested in and to get advide on what accomodation is best suited for you.

The British Council is an official organisation that, amongst other activities, offers a voluntary scheme for monitoring and assessing English language schools in the UK.

‘Accreditation’ by the British Council means that a school has passed the tests of quality set by the British Council’s English in Britain Accreditation Scheme.

This accreditation is seen by many as an indication of the quality of the lessons offered by the school.

See the British Council web site for more information.

We are accredited by The British Council so all of our teachers are fully qualified. We have also been inspected by the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI).

Yes. When studying part-time, you have the flexibility to pick days that work best for you.

Throughout the year, it usually takes 3-4 working days. During Summer, it usually takes 2 working weeks to receive confirmation.

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