Earlscliffe availability for September 2021

With the new term quickly approaching, Earlscliffe still has a few places available for excellent students for September 2021

Given the challenging year that we have all faced, we are delighted to announce that Earlscliffe is approaching capacity for September 2021, but they do still have some availability for both boarding and day students.

Why choose Earlscliffe?

• Small class sizes
• Personalised environment
• TRaC™  - Weekly Testing
• Intensive teaching
• Strong reputation
• In the top 1% of UK Schools (4,400) for ‘Added Value’
• 79% A*-B grades in 2020 at A-level

Schedule of fees 2021-2022

There are three terms per academic year: the Michaelmas Term (September-December); the Hilary Term (January-March), and the Trinity Term (April-June)

£    295 Registration fee pay once
£ 2,650 Deposit (refundable less costs when a student completes his/her studies) pay once 

Fees per term (3 terms)

£ 12,850 Standard A-Level Course, International Transition Year,
              Diploma in Business and Management or University
              Foundation Year, accommodation and all meals per term

For more information, please check out the Earlscliffe, Folkestone, Sussex page on this web site, or write to StudyUnitedKingdom EU <- click for e-mail

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