NO FEES PAYABLE UNTIL YOU ARE EARNING £21,000PA
Majestic College has announced a new UK Government funded study programme for EU students – which includes Bulgarians and Romanians looking to study and work on Yellow Cards.
Courses are fully funded by the Government-backed student loan scheme, with nothing to pay until you are earning over £21,000 per annum.
Thousands of Bulgarians and Romanians have enrolled on UK courses whilst applying for a yellow card to allow work and study. However, many have struggled with fees and living costs whilst waiting up to six months for their yellow cards to be processed.
Due to long processing delays, many students have almost finished their course by the time they UK Border Agency has issued their yellow card.
Students, who need to demonstrate 12 months work and study in order to qualify for a blue residence card, have to enrol in further costly courses to make up the shortfall.
Majestic College, in association with partner providers in London, believe that the new funded courses provide the ideal solution to the ‘shortfall’ problem whilst giving Bulgarians and Romanians a chance to study for a management level qualification with no upfront fees.
Romanian and Bulgarian students are treated differently from other European students when it comes to work. UK work restrictions on Bulgarian and Romanian nationals were extended until the end of 2013 last year. Romanian and Bulgarian (EU2) nationals seeking to work in the UK will still need permission from the UK Border Agency before they can work in the UK.
FUNDED HND courses (through a partner college) in various subjects including: Hospitality Management, Healthcare Management and IT
Starting SEPTEMBER 2012
HND/HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA courses at level 5 (just below degree level) in Hospitality Management, Healthcare Management and IT.
Funding available for EU Citizens only.
Entry requirements are 5 GCSE’s/Equivalent overseas High School Certificate/relevant work experience
Students with a UK or equivalent degree will not qualify for funding.
Applicants should also have a good command of English, although the college offers assistance for students who require additional English language tuition.
The course will run for 2/3 years and tuition is 15 hours per week.
Assistance offered for work placement, accommodation and Yellow Card permit BR1 paperwork.
Funding provided by Government backed student loan organisation – student repays loan after graduation once you are earning above £21000 a year.
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