Most commonily asked questions.


You must go to the Admissions Office to register yourself in the desired course. The admission staff will help you in registering you in the course.

You must go to the reception to fill in the required forms. The staff in the reception will advise and help you in filling the forms. You just have to tell them what you actually want.

 You must apply by filling the ID Card Form which will be available at the reception desk.  You will need to allow time for your card to be processed. You can collect your ID Card from the Reception once it is ready.

You must meet the Student Welfare Officer to discuss your difficulties.

Go to the Reception in order to book an appointment with your Personal Tutor.

You will be given a full induction at the beginning of your course. You will be provided with an intensive induction pack where all the necessary information will be included. The induction pack will contain the following information:

  • Full title of your course
  • The course duration
  • The certificate awarding body
  • The advance date of your examination
  • The modules you will be taught
  • Who your course Coordinator is
  • Who your lecturers are
  • When to apply for the examination entry.

Please read the induction pack carefully and try to grasp the most important information in order to make a smooth start to your study. If you have any queries, you must meet one of our student service officers.


When you arrive at IEMS UK, you will be welcomed to the campus during our Enrolment Day. Enrolment is the administrative process you will attend when you first arrive at the Institution, and it will involve registering for classes, settling any outstanding fees, and collecting books (if applicable) and timetables. It is also an opportunity for you to meet academic and administrative staff, to get a letter for opening a bank account, apply for your student discount card, a letter to register with your local GP and much more.  You will be provided with a comprehensive student handbook which will give you extensive information about academic life, study hints and tips and matters related to opening bank accounts, registering with doctors etc

Useful Contacts

3rd Floor, County House

190 Great Dover Street

London, SE1 4YB

Advice: 0845 1668387 (9:30am-1pm Wed only)

Tel: 0207 3577511

Website: www.iasuk.org

Emergency Police, Fire Service and Ambulance No: 999

Paying your Fees

  • Enrolment fee of £195 which is non-refundable.
  • Course fees – a minimum of £1195 needs to be paid when the college accepts you as a student. This includes the enrolment fee.  The remainder of the course fees need to be paid after you receive your visa and prior to travelling to the UK.

The College will provide you with all information regarding how payments should be made.

Student Welfare Issues

Student Services can provide you with information on how to open a bank account.  You will need the following documents:

  1. IEMS UK enrolment letter.
  2. Passport
  3. Confirmation of UK and Overseas address.

(To register at a surgery so as to obtain basic medical facilities). You may be eligible to use the National Health Service (NHS).  You should book an appointment with the local GP.  You will need to take a letter from the College to take to the doctor.  You should also consider the Immigration Health Surcharge, which costs £470, as you may need it in order to access the health service.  Information on prescription charges etc; is found in your student handbook.

To get Council Tax Exemptions on House Rent

You will be taken through all health and safety procedures during your induction.

It is highly recommended that you organise your accommodation prior to travelling to the UK. The College may be able to assist you in organising accommodation, should you need to.  There is extensive information on accommodation issues in your student handbook.

While studying at IEMS UK it is important to start thinking about your career. Career advise and guidance is available to all students.  For more information please see Student Support.

the College will be organising social and cultural events at the campus.  The purpose of these is to allow you to learn about and enjoy the beauty of different cultures.  Students from different countries take part and present their cultural activities, thoughts, ideas and beliefs in a safe and welcoming environment.

In addition to your tuition fees, you will need approximately £1050 per month as maintenance costs for inner London. We advise that you also check home office guidelines.

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