English for Academic Purposes
Course Dates and Fees
Diploma in English for Academic Purposes
Academic Year: 2013-2014
|Diploma Terms 2 & 3 (20 weeks)||Start: 6 January 2014||£9,000|
The Diploma finishes on 30th June 2014. Diploma programme dates include examination results and additional course administration, where necessary. Diploma tuition and course examinations end no later than the 13th June 2014.
Academic Year: 2014-2015
|Course Name||Course Date||Course Date|
|Diploma Terms 1, 2 & 3 (32 weeks)||Start: 22 September 2014||£13,300|
|Diploma Terms 2 & 3 (20 weeks)||Start: 5 January 2015||£9,500|
The Diploma finishes on 30th June 2015. Diploma programme dates include examination results and additional course administration, where necessary. Diploma tuition and course examinations end no later than the 12th June 2015.
Pre-Sessional English Language Courses (Summer 2014)
Academic Year: 2013-14
Course Date 2013
Extended English Course
Start: 28 April 2014
11 Week Course
Start: 23 June 2014
8 Week Course
Start: 14 July 2014
5 Week Course
Start: 4 August 2014
All Pre-sessional Courses finish on 19th September 2014. Programme dates include
examination results and course administration. Tuition and examinations end no
later than 5th September 2014.
Tuition Fee Information
Your course fees include the costs of all course tuition (including an English language course book), access to the UCL IT network with Internet and e-mail facilities and research rights at UCL libraries.
Paying Tuition Fees
Course fees must be paid in full prior to the beginning of the course. Once we have received your fees, we will issue you with a letter confirming your place on the course. We will also be able to process any application for UCL Halls of Residence once your course fees have been received. EAP course fees can be paid by bank transfer, draft, cheque, cash, credit and debit card. Full details of how to pay the fees will be sent out with our formal offer pack.
Extended English Course
Your course fees include the costs of all course tuition (including two English language course books), access to the UCL IT network with Internet and e-mail facilities and full borrowing rights at UCL libraries. Also included in the fee is a Social and Cultural Programme. Students are taken on accompanied visits to places of historical and cultural interest in London and may also visit other well-known centres such as Bath, Oxford and Cambridge. Evening trips to the theatre and musicals in London are also very popular!
Field Trips and excursions
UCL EAP students are invited to attend regular trips and outings to places of interest in and around London for social and academic purposes. As far of possible the cost of these trips is covered by the Centre and students are given information in advance about likely travel, food and any other costs that may need to be covered by the students as part of the activity.
In addition to paying your tuition fees you will also need to consider how you are going to meet your living costs while you are studying. Funds will be required to cover the costs of your accommodation, food and travel as well as other costs associated with your studies, such as books, and everyday life, such as clothes and entertainment.
Estimates of how much money you will need may vary considerably, as the lifestyles and circumstances of individual students differ. For a single, graduate student studying for a calendar year, an estimated average would be in the region of £245 per week. This should be considered only as a guide; some students may find they can live within this allowance, yet others may find it insufficient to meet their expectations.
Students who have a dependent spouse and/or children will require a significantly greater amount. All students should be aware that they will probably incur initial expenses such as a deposit for accommodation and purchase of books. International students may also need to buy clothing suitable for the British climate.
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