Brighton Language College is accredited by Accreditation UK / The British Council
If you are not a European Economic Area (EEA) national you will need a visa.
Some nationalities (Non Visa Nationals) can get a visa stamp for 6 months on entry at LHR or LGW, please check with the UK Embassy in your country.
Some non EEA students will need to apply for a visa before they leave for the UK.
If your course is less than 6 months: Short Term Study (6 months)
If your course is less than 11 months you can apply for an Short Term Study (11 months)
If your course is 30 days or less & your main reason for visiting the UK is not to study you can apply for a Standard Visitor (6 months)
For Children (Under 18s):
You must apply for a Child Visitor Visa.
Brighton Language College does not sponsor Tier 4 visa applications (IELTS 4.0 Required)
Brighton Language College is accredited by Accreditation UK / British Council and recognized by the UKVI for Short Term Study Visa applications only.
The UKVI recognizes Brighton Language College for the support of Short Term Study / Child Visitor visa category applications.
How long to get your visa? Check here.
What information do I need to apply for a Short Term Study Visa? Check here.
What information do I need to apply for a Standard Visitor Visa? Click here
Short Term Study Visa (6 months)
For non-European Economic Area (EEA) students who are studying English courses up to 6 months long.
There is no minimum English level requirement for a Short Term Study Visa.
BLC will send a visa support letter to confirm that you are a student.
This visa cannot be extended from within the UK. You must apply for a new visa from your home country.
You cannot work in the UK with the Short Term Study Visa (6 months).
Non visa nationals can get the Short Term Study Visa (6 months) on entry to the UK, your passport is stamped for 6 months on entry. Examples of non-visa nationals are Japan, Taiwan, Korea, Brazil and Argentina.