When should I apply?
It is best to apply for your place at the college as soon as you have decided John Leggott College is an option for you. Early application ensures that you secure a place at the college. If you are unsure of which subjects to opt for, you can speak to one of the International team who will be able to help make your decision. Book a Skype chat or a meeting via firstname.lastname@example.org or via our Facebook page.
How many subjects can I apply for?
Students normally opt for four subjects in their first year. We will also include IELTS lessons throughout your time at JLC. If you are undecided we can narrow down your options at the interview stage.
When will I know I have a place?
You will receive an offer once we have received all of your documents and application form. If you have taken your UKVI IELTS test and have met our requirements, then we will issue an unconditional offer. Don’t worry if you haven’t taken the test yet, we can make you a conditional offer until you have taken your test.
When do I need to decide on my course choices?
You will always get the opportunity to review your course programme and progress at John Leggott College. You can do this by talking to subject tutors, Academic Advocates and the International team at any stage before you arrive in the UK or during your bespoke enrolment period.
What are the entry requirements?
As part of your application, we will ask to see your recent school report. We check this to ensure that you are achieving good grades in the subjects you hope to study for A Level. You will also need a UKVI registered Academic IELTS score, and our entry requirement is 5.0 overall. We may request a Skype/WeChat interview with you following these to clarify any outstanding details, which also gives you the chance to ask any questions.
Can I do Voluntary work?
EU citizens can do volunteer work but due to visa restrictions Non-EU students are only allowed to do volunteering.
Non-Eu students can do Duke of Edinburgh, NCS and Young Enterprise. Additionally, Non-EU students can do a work placement if it is part of their course.