Payment of Fees
College fees must be paid before arrival at the College. The fees can be paid in full, half-yearly or by termly instalments.
For payment of DAY STUDENT FEES please contact the Admissions Office to discuss your payment options.
Tuition and accommodation is dependent upon the fees for the relevant term being paid in full. If payment of the relevant term’s fees has not been made in full on the due date by the Fee Payer, the College will charge interest at the rate of 1% per week on the outstanding balance until it is paid. If payment becomes overdue the College reserves the right to suspend or cancel tuition and/or accommodation. The student may be prevented from sitting examinations or the results of examinations and/or College references or other information may be withheld where fees remain unpaid in whole or part.
Method of Invoicing
College fee invoices will be sent to the Fee Payer by electronic communication & post enrolment via the Parent Portal in all instances. It is the responsibility of the Fee Payer to update the College if their contact details change. If an initial communication with the Fee Payer is not responded to in the event of late payment, the College management reserve the right to discuss outstanding payments with the student(s) affected.
Accepted Methods of Payment
All fees are due for payment in GBP. We regret we cannot accept payment in other currencies. To avoid possible losses caused by variation in the rate of exchange, cheques and transfers must be made in pounds sterling. Please note that the College will not be responsible for bank charges incurred in the transfer of fees. Where these are not paid at the time of issue they will be added to the next student account invoice.
- By UK Bank Transfer or International Transfer to the following account *:
Yorkshire Bank plc, 29 Horsefair Street, Leicester LE1 5BL, UK
Bank Account Name: Brooke House College Limited
Account Number: 29681762
Sort Code: 05-05-60
IBAN: GB42 YORK 050560 29681762
*A payment reference must be provided by the Fee Payer so that the College can identify funds on safe arrival into our account. The reference must be the student’s full name as written in English.
- By Sterling cheque
Please make cheques payable to Brooke House College Limited.
- By debit or credit card
Please register your customer details with our preferred partner ‘Flywire’ and follow the guide within the video below. Customer payments will be transferred to their customer account at Brooke House College with our pre-installed integration tools.
The Flywire demonstration video is available for your viewing at https://vimeo.com/153781014
Review of Fees
Fees are normally reviewed annually during the Spring Term for implementation the following September, but the Directors reserve the right to alter the fees as necessary to reflect changing circumstances, and will give as much notice as possible.
Notice of Termination
Parents must give a full term’s notice in writing to the Principal before withdrawing a student from the College or a term’s fees in lieu of notice must be paid.
If a student requires a visa to enter UK, but is unable to meet visa requirements, and proper reason given to the College, the Enrolment Deposit and all other money paid to the College will be refunded (minus the Admissions Administration Fee of £200). Only in such circumstances will refunds be made.
These will be charged retrospectively with regular termly or half-yearly invoices and will include: Text books, examination fees, UCAS application fees, co-curricular excursions and activities, stationery, lost keys, extra tutorials, damages caused by students and extra cleaning that may be required to rooms vacated by students.
THE COLLEGE DOES NOT OPERATE A SYSTEM OF COMPLIMENTARY AIRPORT TRANSFERS FOR STUDENTS.
The Enrolment Deposit cannot be used by the student to pay for personal expenses or cover shortfall in fees. The Enrolment Deposit cannot be refunded until the final account has been settled in full. Only once a student’s account has been fully settled will any remaining deposit funds be returned to the student or Fee Payer, as applicable, within 42 days after the end of the student’s course of studies. Advice will be sought from the Fee Payer as to the account details to be credited.
Parents should ensure that adequate insurance is arranged to cover all the personal belongings of their child on their Household Effects Insurance or the College can arrange for this through Marsh Insurance and the termly amount, currently £11 per term, added to the bill (Please advise the Admission Office if you wish to ‘opt in’ for this insurance). Fee Payers should be aware that College fees do not include private medical insurance.
The College regrets that it cannot extend credit or loan money to students. Pocket money can be given to a student provided this is lodged with the College in advance. It is not necessary for students to have their own bank account but if parents would like them to have an account, the College can assist using HSBC or Barclays Bank