International Tuition Fees & Accommodation

Thinking of studying your A Levels here at HSDC? Find out more about tuition fees and options for accommodation/guardianship as an international student.

Tuition Fees

EU/EEA citizens

  • £1,500 per academic year*
  • £2,350 one term from September- December
  • £3,750 two terms from September – February

A Level packages will include three subjects plus two EFL lessons (English as a Foreign Language) lessons per week. An additional subject is priced at £1,000 per subject per academic year.

  • £1,000 for an extra subject for the academic year
  • £500 for an extra subject for one or two terms

If you want to know the list of EU and EEA countries, please visit www.gov.uk/eu-eea. All tuition fees are non-refundable for EU/EEA students.

*The student must have the intention of completing the two year A Level course (applies to all subjects). Alternatively, the student can complete one year but must complete AS exams at the end of the year. This only applies to some subjects – 3D Design, Biology Spec A, Business, Chemistry, Economics, English Language, English Literature, Fine Art, French, Spanish, Further Mathematics, Geology, German, Graphics, Mathematics, Music, Physics, Psychology, Sociology and Textiles. The fee is £4,000 a year for other subjects.

A Level Packages for Tier 4 students

Starting from £6,850, A Level packages will include three subjects plus two EFL (English as a Foreign Language) lessons per week. Additional subject A Levels are priced at £1,000 per subject per academic year. A £1,000 deposit payment of your student fee is required to confirm your application to study at HSDC and before you receive your CAS document.

If a Tier 4 visa application is refused, please note, there will be a £250 College administration fee (plus any bank transfer commission) deducted from the full refund.


Accommodation

Student accommodation is arranged with local families. It is important that all students feel comfortable, happy and ‘at home’ in their accommodation and every effort is made to match the right student to the right environment.

A student living with a family has a single study bedroom, with breakfast lunch and evening meal provided (Full board). Some homes also offer kitchen access for students who wish to make their own snacks. Homes are usually a single bus journey away on a direct route that should take no more than 20 minutes – occasionally a little longer at peak times.

HSDC provide a variety of Host families and give peace of mind to the parents because you will receive the best care whilst studying in the UK with an excellent support team and treated as a member of a big family.
The relationship between you and the host family is crucial so every effort is made to match your interests and hobbies with your new host family and also they will help you to understand and enjoy the British culture.

Guardianship

The College requires all overseas pupils to have a UK-based Guardian. A Guardian should be a responsible adult living in the UK who can be there in an emergency on behalf of parents. For those parents who do not have a family friend to act as guardian, they can have the opportunity to have a Guardianship to act in Loco Parentis for their students. This not only satisfies the College requirements but also the UKVI guidelines and keeps EU/ International students safe while they are not in school and are unaccompanied. Giving the parents and colleges peace of mind. It is also mandatory.

The guardian will be your next of kin in the UK. The guardian will be responsible in case of any emergency 24/7. The guardian will contact you regularly for an update on your progress and help you with any worries and concerns that you may have.

Prices:

  • £7,000 for 39 weeks guardianship included (Christmas and Easter are not included)
  • £7,600 for 43 weeks, guardianship, Christmas and Easter included

Email international@hsdc.ac.uk for more information.

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