Pre-enrolment Information

Welcome to Global London College! As you are about to join us for an exciting learning experience we want to make your transition to becoming a Global London College student as smooth as possible.


You are welcome to come to the college during the week before you commence your studies to pay fees, apply for recognition of prior learning and to receive your study timetable.


You will need to allow approximately £20 for the cost of textbooks, if you want to purchase textbooks for your course. Books will generally be available from the College. If stocks run out you can buy books from Waterstone`s (203 – 206 Picadilly Circus, London. SW1Y 6WW) or order online at For some courses you may be able to purchase second-hand copies from former students at a lower cost of around £10 to £15. The textbooks are also available in the library, but demand for these is high and you cannot expect to be able to use only the library copy of the text.

Fee Payment Processes

You need to pay full fees at the time of your admission. Payment can be made by: Cash.

Bank Transfer : Please Allow 10 working days for any Bank Transfer to be completed.


Your Induction commences on the first week of your course.

It is essential that you attend all induction sessions for your course. These sessions provide valuable information about your course and also let you meet your teachers and other students in the course as well as getting to know your way around the College. You will be introduced to Health and Safety policy, student welfare, life in London, attendance policies, examination sessions, personal teaching assistance and disability policy.

Computing Facilities

As a progressive educational institution, Global London College provides unlimited internet access together with limited printing facility to all its students. Students are advised to consider the environment before printing.

Recognition of Prior Learning

If you have already taken some courses somewhere else or have work experience which may be directly relevant to your course then you may be exempt from some modules of the course.

For a full information about student Tier 4 please click here: Tier 4 of the Points Based System – Policy Guidance