Frequently asked questions (FAQ)
Here you will find answers to the most common questions that we are currently being asked about our school and our courses.
No, this is a one off fee. You only pay this the first time you enrol. Even if you come back years later you will not have to pay this again.
If you want a certificate, please go to the reception and ask for it and they will be happy to prepare one for you. However there is a small fee of £20 for this.
Each course is 3 hours per day, 5 days a week which includes a 15 minute break.
Each level is 16 weeks from the beginning of the term to the end of the term. The evening courses (6.15-9.15pm) are 20 weeks long.
The school is open on Saturdays from 10:00am to 4pm and from 8:50am to 9pm on weekdays.
The school is closed on public bank holidays. The school is also closed for 2 weeks at Christmas.
Yes, we can. We charge £5 for letters. Please give at least 24 hours notice for this.
Yes, if you enrol with us for 14 weeks or more and have paid in full you can apply for one. You will need your Student ID number which is on your invoice or you can ask at reception. For more information go to TfL website here.
It costs £20.
Yes you can. As long as you are a student at the school there is no charge to use the computers.
Yes you do. It is 10 p for a black and white copy and 75 p for a colour copy.
Yes, we have free wifi thought out the school. Just ask a member of staff for the code.
You must be 16 or over to study with us. We can’t accept anyone under 16.
Payment for the course must be received in full before you start your class.
Courses can’t be transferred from one student to another.
Yes, you can. We charge a £5 deposit which you will get back at the end of your time at the school providing you have given back all the books that you have borrowed.
The maximum number of students in each class is 16.
At LVC London School of English, we recomend that you buy a travel insurance before you come to the UK.
Many short-term students are not entitled to free hospital treatment and so need private medical insurance.