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Admission Policies

Introduction - Procedures for the Registration of the Participants

On-line registration is the first and obligatory step for participants. The online registration form serves as a contract between the participant and Future Connect Training. As soon as your online registration completed, you will receive a confirmation email and the admission process will start. Participants must apply online.

Participants Admissions Policy

The Future Connect Training believes that a diverse student population contributes to a challenging and stimulating learning environment. We, therefore, welcome applications from all participants with the potential to succeed, whatever background they belong. We are committed to provide equal opportunity and aim to avoid unfair discrimination on any grounds, including gender, age, disability, ethnic background, sexual orientation, religion or belief.

General Requirements

  • Future Connect Training normally requires participants to have pursued a broadly based course of study, with at least 3 passes at GCE O Level (or equivalent) which must include English Language. It is essential for participants to ensure that they will be able to meet the full subject requirements for their chosen course.
  • The course page on our website set out detailed entry requirements, and indicates the typical offer level for each course, although this may be varied in individual cases. It's important to note that having achieved or being predicted to achieve the specified grades does not guarantee an offer of a place. Every application is considered on its merits and in competition with others. The Academy selects participants taking into account the academic reference as well as the employment reference.
  • The Future Connect Training welcomes applications from mature Participants (aged over 21). There are no set entry requirements for mature applicants although evidence of minimum Band 5 of IELTS and or minimum two years work experience will be required. For advice on admission to specific programmes, please contact the Admissions Office info@fctraining.org.
  • Applications from Participants with disabilities considered on the same academic grounds as all other applicants. The applicants are invited to disclose their disability at the point of application. The applicants can obtain advice concerning the suitability of the training venue, the programme, equipment and/or support available from the FC Training’s Academic Officer.

Information regarding disability is sensitive personal data and is subject to the Data Protection Act. Future Connect Training will share disability-related admissions information only among relevant admissions and disability staff. Applicants may speak to the Academic Officer in confidence if they prefer. All applications must be made on an application form, accompanied by academic documents, references and proof of English.

International & EU Applications

  • All the applicants whose first language is not English must meet the Future Connect Training's English language requirements. The FC Training accepts a range of English language qualifications to satisfy the minimum level of competence required. For further details, please refer to info@fctraining.org
  • GCSE’s and GCE A-level qualifications with pass marks were considered sufficient evidence of English. If someone has studied a British qualification overseas, currently there was no need for additional English. Otherwise, all Participants need to have a minimum Band 5 of IELTS test – which is an external English test recognised by the visa issuing authorities’ the UK Border Agency at the appropriate level on the Common European Framework.
  • The Future Connect Training recognises as meeting its entry requirements a wide variety of qualifications other than GCE O Levels.

Validity of offers

All offers of admission to pursue a programme of study as a student/participant of the Future Connect Training are made by the Academic Officer or an authorised deputy. All the offers will have an offer valid until date and is simply a letter stating which we have given an offer and to secure the place, registration fee should be paid in full. It may state conditions required to be met. After receiving, we will issue an acceptance letter which is used to apply for a visa. The payment must be made within the offer valid until the date on the offer letter.

After a course has been paid, we will issue an acceptance letter and visa letter. The offer letter will also be issued stating the course fee and the course duration. b. GCSE’s and GCE A-level qualifications with pass marks were considered sufficient evidence of English. If someone has studied a British qualification overseas, currently there was no need for additional English. Otherwise, all Participants need to have a minimum Band 5 of IELTS test – which is an external English test recognised by the visa issuing authorities’ the UK Border Agency at the appropriate level on the Common European Framework.

The Future Connect Training recognises as meeting its entry requirements a wide variety of qualifications other than GCE O Levels.

Payment

  • Please note that payment is, currently, only by bank transfer and it is possible only until two weeks before the course commences.
  • Your payment must be received before you are given an offer for your chosen course of study.
  • Please note that entrance to the FC Training is assured only upon receipt of registration fees. Future Connect Training reserves the right to refuse admission to registered participants whose payment is not settled.
  • Bank Charges have to be supported by the participant. For administrative reasons, personal cheques, company cheques or Euro Cheques are not accepted and will be returned to the account holder.

Visas

It's the sole responsibility of the Participants to take care of visa requirements. The participants who require an entry visa must allow sufficient time for the visa application procedure. The participant registration details will be shared with the immigration authorities to assist in the immigration process.

However, Future Connect Training will not directly contact embassies and consulates on behalf of visa applicants. To receive an invitation letter for your chosen course, participants must first register and pay the registration fee in full. They can then contact Future Connect Training (info@fctraining.org) to ask for the invitation letter. All expenses incurred concerning the training and the visa are the sole responsibility of the participant.

Should the participant not be granted his/her visa, the registration fee (except the non-refundable deposit) will be reimbursed (less 10% administrative charges) if and only if he/she provides Future Connect Training (info@fctraining.org)) with original document from the concerned Embassy rejecting the visa and that the application was made at least four (4) weeks prior to the start date of the training.

Future Connect Training will grant visa invitation letters up to four (4) weeks prior to the training date. Within four (4) weeks from the training date visa invitation letters cannot be guaranteed. For more information on visa see our visa information under General Information on our website.

Unsuccessful applications

  • The Future Connect Training reserves the right to reject applications to study at the Future Connect Training on academic grounds or if places are no longer available and to give no reasons to such applicants save at its discretion.
  • If the candidate has any questions or needs clarification regarding the Future Connect Training’s Policy on Admissions, he or she is welcome to contact the Admissions Officer – at info@fctraining.org.
  • Notes: The admission procedures change regularly to reflect better practices and to incorporate new information from UKVI.

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