The London college has intakes for students once a year in September. Click here for term dates.
Open evenings are held every month for prospective students to find out more about the Montessori Approach and the courses run at the college and gives the opportunity for participants to ask questions.
Entry is through interview with the Academic Director, if you are interested please contact the admissions officer on telephone 020 7493 8300 ext 316 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Once accepted, you will be offered either an unconditional place at the college, which means you have met all the entry requirements for your course entry, or a conditional place, which means that you should obtain a further qualification before beginning one of our courses.
Upon receiving your place offer letter you need to register on the course by sending in a completed registration form, together with the registration fee and deposit by the required deadline.
The course is studied in two academic years (four semesters). Entry occurs once yearly in September.
September 2013 study programme is as follows:
The course fees include the course materials published by Montessori Centre International. In addition, students are required to purchase compulsory books as identified on the Book List, published in the student handbook or module specifications (see fee sheet below for further details).
An examination fee is payable by all students who qualify for examinations.
The non refundable registration fee is payable on registration, together with a deposit which is refundable against the last instalment of the course fees.
Students can benefit from discounted full-time or part-time course fees if they pay for the course in full before the start of their study. Alternatively they can pay by instalment.
The terms and conditions of your commitment to pay the tuition fees are stated on the registration form. Acceptance on any course is conditional upon your agreement to the terms and conditions . See them below.
To view the FEE SHEET pdf click here Montessori Centre International is a private college and relies on fees being paid promptly on the due date. We recommend you discuss fully at interview your plans for paying the fees and make sure that you have sufficient financial resources to cover your whole period of study.
We recommend that you take out insurance to cover these payments in case of absence due to long term illness or accident.
This application becomes a binding contract when a signed copy is received by the Montessori Centre International Ltd to whom all fees are payable. The contracted fees are the full tuition fees for the selected course, as stated in the course details. Tuition fees are not refundable or transferable. Students accept liability for the full contracted fees upon agreement to these Terms and Conditions.
Failure on the part of the student to adhere to the study programme in no way affects the student's liability to pay the contracted fees - particularly as the expenses of the college are in no way lessened by one student's withdrawal, and naturally have to be calculated beforehand on the assumption that the full number will continue through the course.
The College allows tuition fees to be paid in instalments as per the dates given on the fee sheet and in the course details. Students with fees unpaid after these dates will incur a surcharge of £100 without exception. The full remaining balance of a course will become payable should instalments fall into arrears. Cancellation or deferral Students who cancel or delay the start of a course five weeks prior to the start date will be liable for a cancellation/deferral fee. The full contracted fees are payable for cancellations made less than five weeks prior to the start of the course.
The Registration Fee is not refundable. Course fees are inclusive of VAT.