We have a long history of welcoming international students to St Edmund’s College and these students fully integrate into life at St Edmund’s forming a diverse, happy cohort of students.
International students are integrated into every aspect of life at St Edmund’s – they follow a full curriculum and take advantage of English language teaching and support but also enjoy a full programme of co-curricular experiences at the weekends.
The admission of international students is selective and by an individual assessment which comprises of an interview and entry test. Students must have a sound educational background and a good character. An interest in music or sports is always an advantage. Students will need to supply transcripts of their School Reports and a School Reference. If successful, students will be placed in the appropriate school year for their chronological age.
Entry tests for ages 11-14 years are in English and Maths. Entry to GCSE and A Level courses is by testing and interview as appropriate. All students whose parents live outside the UK are required to have a responsible adult living in the UK to act as guardians.
A day in the life as a Boarder
It is recommended that students joining the main school first attend the Summer School as this is excellent preparation for studying at St Edmund’s. For more information regarding the Summer School please click here.
Mrs Barbara Tucker, our International Registrar, is on hand to discuss your child’s application to the College and help you throughout the admissions process. Registration is simple as can be completed online by clicking here online registration form where you can also pay the non-refundable registration fee of £100.
Barbara Tucker can be contacted on +44 (0)1920 824331 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
St Edmund’s College has been licensed by the UK Border Agency to enrol international students. Newland Chase supports the College and families with the Visa process.