If you start online, you’ll be able to transfer to the on-campus program provided you meet the relevant entry requirements and are able to secure the correct visa. For online pathway programs starting in January 2022, transfers will be possible for start dates in March/April 2022. Transfers will be subject to attendance, progress and meeting the SELT requirements for any course below degree-level, unless you are exempt from these requirements.
Flexible study options for January 2022
Get your future on track with our flexible study options. Whether you choose an on-campus or online program, our degree preparation courses will help you succeed at university and beyond.
Welcoming you this January
We look forward to welcoming and supporting you as you start your studies this January. With university validated programs, exceptional teachers and exciting progression options, there’s never been a better time to join us.
Keeping you on track for academic success
Our flexible study options let you choose what's right for you:
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What is the last date of arrival for January 2022 on-campus programs?
The last date of arrival for on-campus programs (pathway and A-level) in January 2022 will be no later than 5 weeks from the published course start date. We expect students to arrive in time for the start date, but we understand that unexpected delays may mean this isn’t possible.
If you’re arriving late, you’ll be required to inform INTO of your delayed arrival. You’ll also need to start the program online by the latest published start date, and to continue with online learning until you arrive on campus and begin your learning in person.
Depending on where you are travelling from and when, you may be required to quarantine upon arrival in the UK. To find out more, visit our quarantine support page.
More information about your study options
Important information about studying with INTO
This year, we understand that there may be circumstances outside of your control that prevent you from travelling to start your studies in the UK when you expected to. In these situations, if you have booked INTO managed accommodation and paid a deposit, we will credit your account with any monies paid and ensure a room* is held for the start of your next term, whilst you start your studies online. If you have booked accommodation with a third party or alternative provider you will be subject to their Terms and Conditions.
Six weeks prior to the start of your 2nd term we will contact you to confirm that you are still planning to travel to the UK and require the accommodation we’re holding for you. If you no longer require your accommodation, normal cancellation charges will apply. See our Terms and Conditions for full details.
If you decide to cancel your place on a program before the start date, you will receive a full refund of any deposits and fees (including for tuition and accommodation) subject to our Terms and Conditions.
If you wish to defer your scheduled start date to a future intake, you can do so. We’ll simply transfer all tuition, accommodation fees and deposits paid to date for that future intake.
- Room allocation will be subject to availability.
An alternative to a Secure English Language Test will be acceptable for an online program. If you transfer to the on-campus program, you must ensure you meet student visa requirements and therefore, may need an approved SELT to apply for your Student visa.
Most of the UK Government’s restrictions have now been lifted, but the remaining restrictions differ across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. For the most up-to-date information where INTO Study Centers are located, please see the rules for England at gov.uk, Scotland at gov.scot and Northern Ireland at nidirect.gov.uk.
For the latest UK updates on the COVID-19 vaccination program, see here. International students are required to register with an NHS medical centre/practitioner on arrival. Once registered with an NHS medical centre/practitioner you’ll be offered the same medical provision offered to all registered patients. COVID-19 vaccinations will be available in line with the current UK Government’s vaccine roll out plan across the four devolved nations. Details can be found at nhs.uk.
If the program you're interested in is available to study either on campus or online, this information will be detailed at the top of the Courses page. Simply choose the university you'd like to study at, then select from the available courses that offer progression to this university to check your study options.