Enrolment and Fee Payment
The fee for all our standard part-time languages courses, assessment or non-assessment route, is £325*. Classes are 2 hours and will run for 26 weeks. Please contact us for more information regarding fees for our fast-track route.
If you have not received any information by the class start date it does not mean that your application has not been successful. Please attend your chosen class on the first day All classes are open to those 18 years and above.
To help you spread out the cost of your course we offer a range of payment options:
• 50/50, two instalments
• Direct Debit, seven instalments
• Payment in full up front
• Payment in person, via our Cash Office (City Campus)
Full details of our payment options and how to access them will be sent in your enrolment pack.
Fees are accepted conditionally. Classes may be withdrawn if student numbers are not sufficient, you will receive a full refund if your class does not run. Please note that once classes have started, withdrawal from courses is subject to the terms of the Leeds Beckett University Fee Policy.
Important: Withdrawing from your course
All students enrolled on the course must inform the course administrators in writing (email is preferred) if they wish to withdraw. As soon as you have applied and been issued with a Student ID number you are considered to be enrolled on the course, regardless of attendance at classes, and therefore liable for fees.
Such written notice of withdrawal should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or if you do not have access to a computer please send to:
Student Administrator, Carnegie Faculty, Macaulay Hall, Headingley Campus, Leeds, LS6 3QN
Students must also return their student card.
As an institution licensed to sponsor migrants under Tier 4 of the points-based immigration system, Leeds Beckett University has a duty to ensure that every student has permission to study in the UK. For the 2016/17 academic year, this means that every student will be required to have an ID/immigration check in order to be enrolled at our University.
Before you can enrol on your course you will have an ID and immigration status check arranged by your School as part of your induction. School staff will check and record your passport or birth certificate on our University’s ID checking system.
For this reason we ask that you do one of the following:
1) Bring your passport or birth certificate in with you to your first class. Admin staff will come into the class and record the information we need. Your ID will not leave the room and you will have sight of it at all times.
2) To speed up your enrolment process and to ensure you have access to all facilities in time for your first class, you can send in a certified copy of your ID to the PT languages admin team with your enrolment form.
Who can certify a document?
To certify documents, ask a professional person or someone well-respected in your community (‘of good standing’) like a:
- Bank or building society official chartered accountant
- Councillor solicitor or notary
- Minister of religion teacher or lecturer
The person you ask shouldn’t be:
- Living at the same address
- In a relationship with you
How to certify a document
Take the photocopied document and the original and ask the person to certify the copy by:
- Writing ‘Certified to be a true copy of the original seen by me’ on the document
- Printing their name under the signature
- Adding their occupation, address and telephone number
The person certifying the document may charge you a fee.
Please note we will not be able to complete the enrolment process on the system until we have completed this check. This means you will not be able to access the library or any of the resources posted by your tutor on MyBeckett (our virtual learning environment).