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ROYEL LONDON COLLEGE




      Welcome to those who want to dismantle the
       darkness of the heart and also want to see
         serenity of the beauty by achieving a
                    beautiful mind.




                            Prospectus
                              2008 - 09          ISO 9001
                                               Registered Firm

                                           Certificate No. GB2002610
                                                                           International
                                                                        Accreditation Board

                                                                       Registration No. 0044/1
                                                                                                        OUR MISSION




       m             ission statement
                  The College's fundamental mission is the advancement and dissemination of knowledge and as a
       leading centre of academic excellence, the college has as its core strategic objectives:

                To sustain and develop its identity as a teaching institution of the highest international qualification.

                 To provide an outstanding educational        environment, supporting study across a broad range of
       disciplines and serving the major professions.

                To produce graduates equipped for high personal and professional achievement.

                To enhance the scientific and cultural vision of society as well as it's economic well being.

                As a great civic college, its intellectual and economic relationship with the college forms its base and
       provides the foundation from which it will continue to look to the widest horizons, enriching both itself and the
       college.




       Principal's Message
           Welcome to those who want to dismantle the darkness of the heart and also want to see serenity of the beauty by
                                                    achieving a beautiful mind.

       As an independent higher and further education provider, the Royel London College is dedicated to provide
       quality education to those who are highly oriented to academic excellence. We are continuously working for the
       development of our academic and administrative qualities and expertises for better education. We understand
       that our students need educations, which are practical and employment oriented.

       As educational institution, we are committed to provide quality, practical and job oriented courses to our
       students. We believe that courses not focused on the job markets will not serve the purposes of the students.
       The students are, therefore, needed guidance by the educational establishment, which are essential for the
       ultimate wellbeing.

       The Royel London College is keen to make sure that the students and their needs are dealt with by all the
       members of staff carefully and justly. We know the guardians, the stakeholders, and the students are relying on
       our expertise and professionalism, when they come to us. So, we feel that this is our duty to take appropriate
       measures and actions to meet the demands of the students, guardians and above all the stakeholders.

       We have established departments, academic and administrative, and have defined the responsibilities to our
       members of staff. Our members of staff are keen to listen to the needs of the students and to take necessary and
       relevant actions to meet the needs.

       We expect our students to attend lectures regularly. The students are also expected to follow the regulations.
       We are always prepared to provide our supports to the students so that they can smoothly go ahead with the
       studies.



       A Mackie-Conteh
       PRINCIPAL




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                                                                                                              WELCOME




                                           Welcome to Royel London College
       Today's students have a wider opportunity to choose from a wide range of colleges and universities world wide. Choosing
       the right institution is a very important decision for their future career and goals. At the Royel London College we welcome
       students from diverse backgrounds and provide them with a blend of skills and experiences.

       Our goal is to prepare leaders for a generation who are broadly educated, passionately engaged and capable of translating
       their education in to a competitive environment with lasting values which are the hallmarks of a humane and civilized world.

       UK qualifications are recognised and respected throughout the world. Your qualifications will be a solid foundation for
       building your future, boosting your career and the prospects for a higher salary. UK universities, colleges and schools
       provide a vibrant, creative and challenging environment in which to develop your potential.

       The qualities and standard of UK institutions are still the best in the world. Universities and colleges must prove that their
       courses curriculum, environments of study and students facilities are met within a strict criteria, which are regularly
       monitored by external agencies. More than 300,000 students come to the UK for a higher of study every year. These
       include, the USA, China, India, Africa and many other countries.

       For further information please visit our website at www.rlcuk.org where you can send us an email, download a prospectus
       and many other helpful tips. Prospective students are always welcome to visit our admission office and discuss about their
       career, goal and admission procedures.


                                                             Admission Office

                                                          82-88 Mile End Road
                                                            London E1 4Un




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                                                                                                CONTENTS




      ABOUT US                                                                                              04

      LIFE IN LONDON                                                                                        05

      LANGUAGE STUDIES                                                                                      06

      DIPLOMA COURSES                                                                                     7-9

      UNDERGRADUATE COURSES                                                                            10 - 11

      LAW COURSES                                                                                            12

      ACCOUNTING COURSE                                                                                     13

      STUDENT SUPPORT                                                                                      14

      ADMISSION PROCEDURES                                                                                  15

      EVALUATION OF APPLICATION                                                                             16

      TERM TIME                                                                                             16

      LIVING COST                                                                                          17

      TUITION FEES                                                                                         17

      RULES & REGULATIONS                                                                             18 - 21

      FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS                                                                      22 - 23

      CONTACT US                                                                                           24

      WHERE WE ARE                                                                                         24




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                                                                                                         ABOUT US




      Royel London College is an independent and private educational institution which offers students a range courses
      through UK Universities and other professional awarding bodies. It is registered with DIUS which is regulated by UK
      Government.

      Royel London College values the potential of every student and offers students quality education by professional
      conducts, delivering high standard student services and many other facilities.

      We are affiliated with some UK universities and professional awarding bodies which can be found on our website. The
      courses we offer are recognize nationally and internationally.

      Our quality teaching staff and instructors are committed to provide excellent and interactive help with programs,
      research, integrate technology with teaching and direct hands-on training through field work experiences.

      Location:
      Our location is one of the best advantages to the students. Our campus is located at the most multicultural area in UK.
      Minutes from downtown by foot to public or private transportation. It's a peaceful locality within easy reach of the
      countless amenities of city centre.

      Library:
      The Library contains most of the course books students need and a wide range of periodicals and journals. It is opened
      during office hour and entrance is free for RLC's students. Daily newspapers are held in the library.

      IT and Internet:
      All students of the college are expected to develop their computing skills and we provide all equipments they require.
      Free internet access is available for all RLC's students.

      Language help:
      The language faculty is located on campus and comprise laboratory, seminar room and open access facilities for self-
      placed study. This faculty is designed especially for foreign students to improve their language skills.




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                                                                                       LIFE IN LONDON



    LONDON LIFE

    It is a great experience to live in one of the biggest and multicultural cities in the world. Students of Royel
    London College benefit from our attractive location, the hub of culture, arts, politics, media, law and the great
    financial institutions of the city. London offers a scene and status unrivalled by any other city. RLC is at the
    heart of what has been described as the knowledge capital of the world.

    The cost of living and studying may deter them from choosing to study here. Although studying in London can
    be more expensive than in some other parts of the UK, the true picture is often exaggerated.

    London Advantages:
    The capital is the home for over 200 museums (twice as many as Paris or New York), 150 theaters, 34,000
    shops, 5,700 pubs, 8,000 acres of park land and 4 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. London plays a great part in
    academic life as well as social life. Surrounded by libraries, archives, galleries and the headquarters of the
    professional associations, London's student have access to an unrivalled range of cultural activities and
    influences.

    Above all, when it comes to entering the careers market, London graduates start with a real advantage, with so
    many other country's leading employers in the worlds of law finance, business, media and communications on
    there doorstep.

    Entertainment, Food and Drink:
    Many of London's attractions are free including libraries, galleries, museums and parks are everywhere. With
    a little money to spend you have the pick of theatre, cinema, opera ballet, music, Nightclub, sport and many
    other entertainment places. Most of the places offer student discount. Essential items such as food and drink
    cost more or less same as other cities in UK, but some cases are cheaper. London is the home for different
    cultural and religious people which make this city easygoing and availability of different taste of food and
    fashions. College life is not just about studying for a degree but also exploring and developing your
    extracurricular interests.




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                                                                                     LANGUAGE COURSES




      English Language
      English is a first language for approximately 300 million people worldwide and, as the international language of science,
      communications and politics; it's spoken by hundreds of millions more. Understanding how the English language is used,
      how texts are structured and how to make sense of them is not only satisfying in itself: it can open up a wide range of careers
      to you

      Studying the English language will help you appreciate how it evolved through history, in different cultural and geographical
      contexts. You will study spoken, written and visual, and literary and non-literary texts. You can choose to focus on the
      aspects that interest you most. You'll learn to read and write with confidence about a variety of texts from Dickens to
      webpages, from graffiti to political speeches and to debate and analyse sometimes controversial issues. These are skills
      that are relevant in teaching, publishing and media.

      We offer three stages of English courses. All students are required to sit for an English proficiency test and that's how we
      decide which level is suitable for them. It is sometimes compulsory for the students before they start their proposed course,
      where their ability do not meet the criteria.

      Courses are as follows:
          1. Pre-intermediate English Course:                           3 Months
         2. Intermediate English Course:                                6 Months
         3. Upper Intermediate English Course:                          1 Year (Diploma)

      Objectives:
          ? Theoretical and practical understanding of English
          ? Grammar, vocabulary and syntax
          ? Familiar with culture and expressions
          ? opportunities to analyse spoken, written and multi-modal English
          ? conceptual and communications skills, and an opportunity to progress towards more independent thinking and
               judgement.
          ? conceptual frameworks for the study of linguistic phenomena in a range of social contexts




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                                                                                        DIPLOMA COURSES



Hospitality Management Courses (OTHM
Introduction:)                                                        Certificate
The Organisation for Tourism and Hospitality Management
(OTHM) is an international membership organisation that
                                                                      Modules
supports managers in the tourism and hospitality industry.            1. Introduction to Travel, Tourism and Hospitality
OTHM has a track of professional management qualifications            2. Introduction to the Business Environment
that gives direct entry into London South Bank University's           3. Introduction to Business Communication and
degree programmes in tourism and hospitality. OTHM                    Customer Care
courses are at 4 levels equivalent to NVQ levels 1 -4.                4. Introduction to Business and Finance
Examiners are needed at all levels.                                   Diploma
Qualification you will achieve:                                       Part I
Introductory Certificate, Certificate, Diploma & Higher
Diploma in Hospitality Management                                     1. Tourism Marketing and Management
                                                                      2. Hospitality Marketing and Management
Awarding Body:                                                        3. Human Resource Management
The Organisation for Tourism and Hospitality Management
(OTHM)
                                                                      Part II
Entry Requirements:
Introductory Certificate                                              4. Tourism and Hospitality Operations Management
Individuals who wish to commence or have commenced work               5. Financial Management and Information Systems
in the Tourism and Hospitality Industry.                              6. Customer Relations and the Business
                                                                      Environment
    Certificate
    1. Holders of OTHM Introductory Certificate or
    2. 5 GCSE's or 5 O'Levels or equivalent or                        Higher Diploma
    3. Equivalent academic qualifications or
    4. Mature students with at least 5 year's relevant                Part I
    experience                                                        1. Marketing Communications for Tourism and
                                                                      Hospitality
                                                                      2. International Tourism & Hospitality Business
    Diploma
                                                                      Environment
    1. Holders of OTHM Certificate or
                                                                      3. Corporate Business Strategy and Finance
    2. Equivalent academic qualifications or
    3. Mature students with a minimum of 8 year's
    relevant experience including 3 year's management                 Part II
    experience                                                        4. Management Information Systems
                                                                      5. Strategic Human Resource Management
    Higher Diploma                                                    6. Project: Operations Management in the Business
    1. Holders of OTHM Diploma or equivalent or                       Environment
    2. 1st Degree or HND/HNC or equivalent                            Teaching Methods:
Career Path:                                                          A mixture of lectures, seminars, tutorials and
                                                                      workshops are used. There are group based
                                                                      assessment activities as well as more traditional
OTHM Introductory Certificate                                         reports, essays and examinations. Guest speakers
                                                                      and educational visits will add variety and interest to
                                                                      the course.
                                                                      Please contact OTHM for more details about
            OTHM Certificate                                          Registration & Examination
                                                                      www.othm.org.uk


               OTHM Diploma

      OTHM Higher Diploma

                       Final Year
  BA in Toursm & Hospitality
 London Southbank University

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                                                                                       DIPLOMA COURSES



Royel London College is delighted to become an approved               Career Path:
centre of London Centre of Marketing. London Centre of
Marketing courses are designed to ensure that graduates of
our Professional Qualifications have a broad and in depth
understanding of the functions and applications of the
concepts of Marketing and Marketing Management.

Diploma in Sales and Marketing Management
(SMM)

Duration: This is a 2 years diploma course which is divided
into 4 parts. Every part is an unique course and can be taken
and awarded separately.

Awarding Body: London Centre of Marketing (LCM)
Tuition Fees: £2,900 per year
Admission Requirements: No formal qualifications are
required for entry onto our Level Diploma in Sales &
Marketing programme. However, applicants must be able to
demonstrate proficiency in English.

Modules Area:

Diploma Level
         o        Module 1-Principles of Selling.
         o        Module 2-Principles of Marketing.
         o        Module 3-Business Communication.
         o        Module 4-Principles of Customer Care.

Higher Diploma Level
          o     Module 5-Managing Marketing
                 Information Systems.
          o     Module 6-Promotional Practice.
          o     Module 7-Sales & Marketing Operations.
          o     Module 8-Business Environment.

Professional Diploma Level
          o       Module 9-Effective Management
                  Techniques.
          o       Module 10-Managing Business
                  Operations.
          o       Module 11-Financial & Information
                  Management.
          o       Module 12-Promotional Practice
                  Management.
                                                                  Progression: Students have successfully completed LCM
Advanced Diploma Level                                            Professional Qualifications have Guaranteed Direct Entry
         o     Module 13-Marketing Communications                 onto a number of postgraduate level programs at UK and
               Strategy.                                          International Universities are as follows:
                                                                       1. University of Glamorgan
         o     Module 14-International Marketing                       2. Middlesex University
               Management.                                             3. Nottingham Trent University
         o     Module 15-Strategic Marketing
               Management-Planning & Control
         o     Module 16-Strategic Marketing
               Management-Case Study.




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                                                                                      DIPLOMA COURSES



Royel London College is delighted to become an approved               Career Path:
centre of London Centre of Marketing. London Centre of
Marketing courses are designed to ensure that graduates of
our Professional Qualifications have a broad and in depth
understanding of the functions and applications of the
concepts of Marketing and Marketing Management.

Diploma in Business Management & Marketing
(BMM)

Duration: This is a 2 years diploma course which is divided
into 4 parts. Every part is an unique course and can be taken
and awarded separately.

Awarding Body: London Centre of Marketing (LCM)

Tuition Fees: £2,900 per year

Admission Requirements: No formal qualifications are
required for entry onto our Level Diploma in Sales &
Marketing programme. However, applicants must be able to
demonstrate proficiency in English.

Modules Area:

Diploma Level
         o        Module 1-Principles of Selling.
         o        Module 2-Principles of Marketing.
         o        Module 25-Business Law.
         o        Module 26-Business Management.

Higher Diploma Level
          o     Module 1-Principles of Selling.
          o     Module 2-Principles of Marketing.
          o     Module 25-Business Law.
          o     Module 26-Business Management.

Professional Diploma Level
          o       Module 9-Effective Management
                  Techniques.
          o       Module 11-Financial & Information
                  Management.
          o       Module 12-Promotional Practice
                  Management.
          o       Module 23.Events Management.
                                                                 Progression: Students have successfully completed LCM
Advance Diploma Level                                            Professional Qualifications have Guaranteed Direct Entry
         o      Module 13-Marketing Communications               onto a number of postgraduate level programs at UK and
                Strategy.                                        International Universities are as follows:
         o      Module 14-International Marketing                     1. University of Glamorgan
                Management.                                           2. Middlesex University
                                                                      3. Nottingham Trent University
         o      Module 15-Strategic Marketing
                Management-Planning & Control.
         o      Module 29-Strategic Business
                Management-Case Study.




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                                                                        UNDERGRADUATE COURSES



BSc in Business Administration: (External)                          BSc in Economics and Finance (External)
The BSc in Business Administration help students to develop         A degree with an international flavour set within a strong social
skills in various aspects of programming, Business                  science framework, it provides a thorough understanding of
development and database management systems. This                   how organisation and societies use and exploit new information
degree provides students the fundamental skills needed to           and communication technologies.
become a computing or digital media professional.                   It is ideal for students who wish to develop critical skills
                                                                    adaptable to a wide range of real-world professional situations
Prerequisites:                                                      and an excellent preparation for a career in management of
17 years of age at the time of registration and must satisfy the    information systems or management consultancy in IT or IS.
general entrance requirements. To satisfy the general entrance
requirement as student must have passes in:                         Prerequisites:
Either two subjects at GCE 'A' level, and at least three further    In order to satisfy the entrance requirements, applicants must
subjects at GCSE or GCE 'O' level (at not less than grade C).       be 17 years of age at the time of registration and satisfy the
Or                                                                  university's general entrance requirements.
three subjects at GCSE 'A' level, and one further subject at        There are many acceptable qualifications, both from the UK
GCSE 'O' level (at not less than grade C) Or two subjects at        and overseas which the university accepts as satisfying the
GCE 'A' level, and two further subjects at 'AS' level. The          entrance requirements.
University may accept other qualifications in place of those        Applicants should also hold passes in either:
above.                                                              -         two subjects at GCE 'A' Level + at least three further
                                                                    subjects at GCSE or GCE 'O' Level(at not less than grade C)
Course Duration: 3 YEARS                                                 -    or three subjects at GCE 'A' Level + one further subject
                                                                              at GCSE or GCE 'O' Level (at not less than grade C)
                                                                         -    or two subjects at GCE 'A' Level + two further subjects
Awarding Body: University of London (External                                 at 'AS' Level
Programme)
For more details log onto www.londonexternal.ac.uk                  Course Duration: Three years.
Qualification Awarded: BSc In Business Administration
                                                                    Awarding Body: University of London.
                                                                    For more details log onto www.londonexternal.ac.uk
Mode Of Assessment: 100% Examination
                                                                    Qualification Awarded:          BSc in Economics and
Programme Aims:                                                     Finance
This programme aims to provide you with:                            Mode Of Assessment: Written exams and coursework.
    -    a systematic understanding of management-related
                                                                    Programme Structure
         problems, and conceptual tools for analyzing and
                                                                    The degree consists of 12 units when taken through the
         evaluating management issues
                                                                    Standard Route and 9 units through the Graduate Entry
    -    a sound knowledge and understanding of the                 Route.
         discipline of management with an emphasis on the
         historical, political, cultural and institutional forces
         shaping modern business                                    Programme Aims:
    -    a stimulating learning environment in which to
         engage with case material                                  To provide the economic reasoning, quantitative skills, and
                                                                    institutional knowledge required by financial economists to
    -    the skills and competencies necessary for the
                                                                    solve practical problems arising in finance.
         development of your creative and decision-making
         capabilities.
                                                                    Career Progression
Career Progression                                                  This course will enable you to develop skills so that you can
                                                                    think and act strategically and exert influence in the
This course will enable you to develop skills so that you can
                                                                    workplace, enabling you to succeed in the business world. It
think and act strategically and exert influence in the
                                                                    will help you gain a competitive edge and drive your career
workplace, enabling you to succeed in the business world. It
                                                                    forward, and may also assist a career change, achieve a
will help you gain a competitive edge and drive your career
                                                                    salary increase, improve promotion prospects or simply
forward, and may also assist a career change, achieve a
                                                                    broaden horizons and increase marketability.
salary increase, improve promotion prospects or simply
broaden horizons and increase marketability.




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                                                                           UNDERGRADUATE COURSES



BSc in Computing And Information                                   BSc in Information Systems And
Systems (External)                                                 Management (External)
The BSc in computing and Information Systems help                  A degree with an international flavour set within a strong social
students to develop skills in various aspects of programming,      science framework, it provides a thorough understanding of
computer systems development and database management               how organisation and societies use and exploit new information
systems. This degree provides students the fundamental             and communication technologies.
skills needed to become a computing or digital media               It is ideal for students who wish to develop critical skills
professional.                                                      adaptable to a wide range of real-world professional situations
                                                                   and an excellent preparation for a career in management of
Prerequisites:                                                     information systems or management consultancy in IT or IS.
17 years of age at the time of registration and must satisfy the
general entrance requirements. To satisfy the general entrance     Prerequisites:
requirement as student must have passes in:                        In order to satisfy the entrance requirements, applicants must
Either two subjects at GCE 'A' level, and at least three further   be 17 years of age at the time of registration and satisfy the
subjects at GCSE or GCE 'O' level (at not less than grade C).      university's general entrance requirements.
Or                                                                 There are many acceptable qualifications, both from the UK
three subjects at GCSE 'A' level, and one further subject at       and overseas which the university accepts as satisfying the
GCSE 'O' level (at not less than grade C) Or two subjects at       entrance requirements.
GCE 'A' level, and two further subjects at 'AS' level. The         Applicants should also hold passes in either:
University may accept other qualifications in place of those            -    two subjects at GCE 'A' Level + at least three further
above.                                                                       Subjects at GCSE or GCE 'O' Level(at not less than
                                                                             grade C)
Course Duration: 3 YEARS                                                -    or three subjects at GCE 'A' Level + one further subject
                                                                             at GCSE or GCE 'O' Level (at not less than grade C)
                                                                        -    or two subjects at GCE 'A' Level + two further subjects
Awarding Body: University of London (External                                at 'AS' Level
Programme)
For more details log onto www.londonexternal.ac.uk                 Course Duration: Three years.
Qualification Awarded:             BSc In Computing And
Information Systems
                                                                   Awarding Body: University of London.
                                                                   For more details log onto www.londonexternal.ac.uk

Mode Of Assessment: 100% Examination                               Qualification Awarded: BSc in Information Systems and
                                                                   Management.
Course Modules: The course consists of 12 units. (11
units plus one compulsory project):
                                                                   Mode Of Assessment: Written exams and coursework.

Year 1:                                                            Course Modules:
   -      Mathematics for computing                                Year 1
   -      Information systems: foundations of e-business               -    Introduction to Information Systems
   -      Introduction to Java and object-oriented                     -    Introduction to Sociology
          programming                                                  -    Introduction to Business and Management
   -      Introduction to computing and the internet                   -    Introduction to Economics
                                                                       -    Statistics 1
Year 2:                                                                -    Mathematics 1
   -      Database systems                                         Year 2
   -      Programming: advanced topics and techniques                  -    Ethics of Information Systems
   -      Data communications and enterprise networking                -    Organisation Theory
   -      Software engineering, algorithm design and                   -    Analysis of Strategic Management
          analysis                                                     -    Corporate Finance
                                                                   Year 3
Year 3:                                                                -    Information Systems Development and Management
   -      Artificial intelligence (half unit)                          -    Elements of Information and Communication
   -      Software engineering management (half unit)                       Technologies
   -      Human computer interaction (half unit)                       -    Software Engineering
   -      Information systems management (half unit)                   -    Information Systems Project
   -      Electronic commerce (half unit)
   -      Computer security (half unit)
   -      Project (full unit)




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                                                                         UNDERGRADUATE COURSES



LLB (Hons) University of London (external)
                                                                  Scheme B
An internationally recognised degree awarded by the University     12 subjects taken in 4 parts
of London. Ideal for students who wish to develop the primary
skills of a lawyer's approach.                                    Year 1
                                                                     - Criminal Law
Students apply to and register with both the University of           - English Legal System
London and Royel London College. Tuition is taken at Royel           - Elements of the Law of Contract
London College and examinations at the University of London.
                                                                  Year 2
Exams set and marked by the University of London. 100%              - Law of Tort
Examination based assessment.                                       - Public Law
                                                                    - Land Law
Prerequisites
To be eligible to register for LLB you must                       Year 3
     1. Be at least 17 years of age at the time of registration     - Law of Trusts
     2. Have passes in either two subjects at GCE 'A' Level         - EU Law
           and at least three further subjects at GCSE or GCE       - Optional Subjects
           'O' Level (at not less than grade C).
     3. Or equivalent qualification from recognised               Year 4
           institution.                                             - Jurisprudence and Legal Theory
     4. If you do not have any formal qualification and are         - Optional Subjects
           21year or over old; and you possess relevant work        - Optional Subjects
           experience then you may be eligible to apply. (work
           experience must be supported by employer               Optional Subjects:
           reference letter).
                                                                     -   Administrative Law
                                                                     -   Commercial Law
Course Duration: 3 years.
                                                                     -   Evidence
                                                                     -   Company Law
Awarding Body: University of London.                                 -   Conflict of Laws
For further information log onto www.londonexternal.ac.uk            -   Succession

Qualification Awarded: LLB (Hons.)

Mode Of Assessment: Written exams and coursework.
                                                                  Teaching Methods:
Course Structure And Syllabus                                     At RLC we are able to assist students by a substantial
                                                                  reduction of fees for the basic LLB program through providing
Scheme A                                                          high quality tuition to the external students of the University of
12 subjects taken in 3 parts                                      London LLB and University of Northumbria degree. This has
                                                                  the same validity as the internal LLB program.
Year 1                                                            A mixture of lectures, seminars, tutorials and workshops are
   - Criminal Law                                                 used. There are group based assessment activities as well as
   - Public Law                                                   more traditional reports, essays and examinations. Guest
   - English Legal System                                         speakers and educational visits will add variety and interest
   - Elements of the Law of Contract                              to the course.

Year 2
  - Law of Tort
  - Law of Trusts
  - Land Law
  - EU Law

Year 3
  - Jurisprudence and Legal Theory
  - Optional Subjects
  - Optional Subjects
  - Optional Subjects




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                                                                                     ACCOUNTING COURSES


Certified Accounting Technician Cat                                    Association Of Chartered Certified Accountants
                                                                       Acca
The CAT scheme comprises of a combination of exams and
practical experience. It is designed to equip students with the        The ACCA is the largest professional accountancy body in the
technical skills and knowledge necessary to fulfil an accounting       UK and its professional is scheme is recognised and regarded
role up to technician level.                                           throughout the world.
It is suitable for those who wish to start a career in accounting or   It is a passport to a new world of opportunities for mid-senior
finance, or gain recognition for the skills and experience they        level managers.
already have, or those who wish to progress into more senior
positions in accounting.                                               Prerequisites:
Qualified students can further their career prospects by               Must be 18 years of age or over and hold the minimum entry
progressing onto ACCA or CIMA professional schemes, or by              requirements of 2 'A' Levels and 3 GCSEs, or BTEC National
enrolling onto relevant graduate and postgraduate degrees.             Certificate/Diploma, NVQ Level 3 and Advanced GNVQ

Prerequisite: GCSE/O Level or its International equivalent.            If you do not have the above minimum qualifications and are 21
                                                                       years of age or over, you can apply under the Mature Students
Course Duration: 2-3 YEARS                                             Entry Route (MSER).

Awarding Body: Association of Chartered Certified                      Course Duration: 3 YEARS
Accountants ACCA
For more details log onto www.accaglobal.com                           Awarding Body:             Association of Certified Chartered
                                                                       Accountants ACCA.
Qualification Awarded: CAT                                             For more details log onto www.accaglobal.com

Mode Of Assessment: 5 written exams and 4 computer                     Qualification Awarded: Once qualified you can apply for
based exams.                                                           ACCA membership.

Course Modules:                                                        Mode Of Assessment: 12 written exams and 2
                                                                       computer based exams.
Introductory:
                                                                       Course Modules:
     1. Recording Financial Transactions                               ACCA Fundamentals:
     2. Information for Management Control
                                                                       Knowledge
Intermediate:
                                                                       F1       Accounting in Business (AB)
    3. Maintaining Financial Records                                   F2       Management Accounting (MA)
    4. Accounting for Costs                                            F3       Financial Accounting (FA)
Advanced:                                                              Skills
                                                                       F4       Corporate and Business Law (CL)
    5. Managing People & Systems                                       F5       Performance Management (PM)
    6. Drafting Financial Statements                                   F6       Taxation (TX)
    7. Planning, Control & Performance Management                      F7       Financial Reporting (FR)
                                                                       F8       Audit Assistance (AA)
Plus two options from:                                                 F9       Financial Management (FM)
     8. Implementing Audit Procedures
     9. Preparing Taxation Computations                                ACCA Professional:
     10. Managing Finances
                                                                       Essentials
                                                                       P1       Professional Accountant (PA)
                                                                       P2       Corporate Reporting (CR)
                                                                       P3       Business Analysis (BA)

                                                                       Options (two out of four):

                                                                       P4       Advanced Financial Management (AFM)
                                                                       P5       Advanced Performance Management (APM)
                                                                       P6       Advanced Taxation (ATX)
                                                                       P7       Advanced Audit & Assurance (AAA)




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General Counselling                                                        Accommodation:
                                                                           RLC Welfare Officer can arrange, on request, accommodation
RLC provides counselling services to those students who fall               for prospective and existing students. The college has links with
back in their studies. This is assistance to those students who            local estate agents and private lodgings suitable for students.
have ability to follow the course but for some reasons they have
failed to perform well. The RLC counsellor usually hold meeting            For accommodation to be arranged by the college, students
with the students and trey to understand as to why the students            must inform the college at least 4 weeks before it is required.
have failed to follow the course. Once reason has been                     Accommodation costs per week are as follows (subject to
detected the counsellors then provide advice and necessary                 availability):
supports, or give indication to academic personnel his required                           -    shared room & shared facilities: £40.00
assistance, if it is purely an academic matter.                                           -    single room with shared facilities: £75.00
                                                                                          -    studio flat (independent): £100.00
Financial Advice                                                                          -    one bedroom flat: £125.00
                                                                           Students required accommodation services may have to
We know that students may experience financial difficulties and            deposit 1 month's equivalent rent to the college; and on arrival
they may not be responsible for such difficulties. In such cases           pay 1 month's equivalent rent in advance. Deposit is refundable
RLC provides advice to students as to how to manage their                  when the student leaves the accommodation.
resources ion terms of money to tackle the situation. In case of           You may also have to pay some extra towards gas, electricity,
extreme financial difficulties, the financial advisors may assess          phone bills etc. You will also need money to sustain on a daily
students' conditions and may recommend an alternative fees                 basis. You will need warm cloth in the winter, money to buy food
plan, or may in appropriate case give recommendation to                    and toiletries, pay for transport, for visiting cinema and theatre
Finance Department to reduce or exempt the fees. The                       etc.
students are always welcome to take advice from the financial              Airport Pick-up:
advisors relating to general financial issues.                             Overseas students coming in the UK for the first time may wish
                                                                           to be met by the college representative at the airport.
Special Academic Advice
                                                                           Students wishing to be collected by a RLC Delegate from the
This is aimed at providing assistance to those students who has            Airport must inform the college about the time and date of
learning difficulties. We have seen that some times students               arrival, and name of the airline and flight number at least two
experience depression, overwhelming stress, phobia in any                  weeks before the arrival date.
particular subjects, or so on. In such case the students may not
be able to follow the course appropriately. Most importantly               Opening Bank Account:
lectures or academic personnel may not be able to realize this             RLC will assist students to open a bank account with UK banks.
condition of the students and may draw adverse conclusion                  As soon as you are enrolled, we shall provide the necessary
about students' performance.                                               references and write to bank for every assistance possible.
In such case we refer the students to a qualified counsel who              Medical Care:
understands such learning difficulties. The counsellors then
                                                                           Overseas students enrolled on courses of more than six
assess the students and find out the reasons for such
                                                                           months duration are entitled to free National Health Services
difficulties. In case of medical attention the counsellor may
                                                                           throughout the UK. RLC will assist students to register with local
recommend the students to take help from the GP or
                                                                           doctors.
Consultant. However, the counsellors prepare report and
recommend the academic committee special measures to take
in order to help the students in keeping up with the programme.            Visa Extension:
                                                                           RLC will assist all overseas full-time students requiring
                                                                           extension of student visa during their study of the college.
Student LT Card Scheme                                                     Students may make an appointment with a Public Enquiry
Travel cost in London is really high and bearing such cost for             Office (PEO) of Home Office and apply in person for same day
students is really hard. That is the reason why the London                 extension. Fee for application made in person is £500.00. To
Transport has made scheme for Student LT Card. Students can                book an appointment with Home Office call: 087 0606 7766.
travel with the student LT Card at a lower price. The students             Alternatively, students can send their application with
receive the benefit of discount price at 30%. RLC also is a                necessary documents and passport before the expiry of visa by
registered College with London Transport Student LT Card                   post. Postal application tax longer time for a decision on visa
Scheme. Now, RLC students can travel London with student LT                extension. The fee for this application is £250.00. The address
Card at lower price which help them to save extra money to                 for postal application is:
spend more for them.                                                       Border and Immigration Agency
                                                                           Leave to Remain (FLRS)
                                                                           PO Box 498
Sports Facilities                                                          Durham
RLC do not have own play ground for the students but this does not stop
                                                                           DH99 1WN
the RLC students to take part in any sports. RLC has contacted withj
local and surrounding sports centre to provide sports facilities for the   To apply for extension of stay in the UK as a student or a student
students. The students can now book those centres at a special student     nurse, to re-sit examination, or to write up a thesis you need to
discount price and can take part in different kinds of sports. Those       fill up the new FLR(S) form which can be obtained by visiting
sports centres are always open for RLC students.                           www.ind.homeoffice.gov.uk



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   We accepts a wide range of qualifications, and we always try to justfy applications on the basis of academic potential. We
   consider your experience, alternative qualifications, and other information you enter on application form. We try to ensure
   thet students are not treated differently on grounds of race, colour, religion, disability, gender, sexuality or any other
   distinction.

   All applicants must satisfy RLC’s basic admission requirements and must meet other admission criteria as may be
   stipulated by the admitting faculty.

   New students admitted to RLC are permitted to register in courses primarily on a first-come, first-served basis. Therefore,
   Royel London College cannot guarantee that upon admission a space will be available in all selected courses. In addition,
   admission to RLC dose not guarantee subsequent admission to a particular degree program.

   Before You Apply:
   Before you submit an application for admission to Royel London College, there are a number of things that you should
   know:
             1. RLC has three intakes each year for admission that is granted on a competitive           basis.
             2. Applications for admission may be accessed, completed and submitted online, by post or in person.
             3. Applications with missing information, without the application fee or received after the deadline may not be
                  processed.
             4. ll applications accompanied by all official final trancripts and other supporting documentation where
                applicable, delivered to the Admission Office by the specified deadline date.

   How To Apply:
   Complete our Application Form in full and return it to the Admission Office of RLC with following information:
           Copies of all academic qualifications
           Copies of passport (first three pages)
           Academic, Employers references (if applicable)
           Two passport size recent photographs
           A registration fee of £100.00 (One Hundred pound only)
   You can download an Application Form from our website: www.rlcuk.ac or request
   one by post or collect one from the admission office in person.

   Letter Of Acceptance (loa):
   If your application is successful, RLC will send you a conditional letter known as Acceptance Letter. In this letter we will
   give you detailed breakdown of your tuition fees, cost of course materials and stationary, living cost i.e. food and
   accommodation and other maintenance costs that may relate to you so that you can collect necessary foreign exchange
   from your country.

   Letter of Enrolment (LOE):
   Upon receipt of the full tuition fee/1st instalment/deposit (to be agreed), RLC will issue a letter of enrolment to students
   stating that a place has been reserved on the course applied for.
   Overseas students to obtain a student visa may use the Letter of Enrolment.

   Students already in UK:
   Students who are already in the UK are required to submit the following the additional documents while applying for
   admission:

           A copy of student passport with valid visa
           A letter from the previous college/institute

   RLC may verify these documents.




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       Admissions Guidance

      RLC provides systematic guidance to the students in taking admissions in a particular subject of interest. Our experience
      is that most the students are not sure which course is most suitable for him or her. Although they vaguely know what area
      of study they are interested but what they do not know is that what the exact course should be appropriate to fulfil their
      dream. RLC is keen to give appropriate guidance to the students explaining the courses, prospects of the courses and
      final qualification at the end of the study.

      According to RLC policy we only provide guidance to the student explaining the courses and its ultimate qualification
      along with job prospects, the students take the final decisions whether or not to follow the course.

      RLC knows that students come to us with different academic and professional back ground. So, advice in terms of
      admission varies quite a lot. Each student has his own circumstance and demand. The admission team of RLC carefully
      assesses student's background, qualifications and demands and only then provides appropriate advice for admissions.
      Once the students have decided which course to take, we then help them for admission.

        Enrolment

      Enrolment is very important for a student because it actually guarantees the student recognition as a student of a
      particular course. Once a student is enrolled she or he is officially listed onto a course and thus becomes a member of
      such course. Without enrolment a person cannot obtain identity as student of a particular course which means that that
      person will not be able to sit any examinations and ultimately will not be awarded any qualification.

      RLC emphasizes that the students intended to attain any qualification is enrolled properly. In the enrolment process the
      students actually fill in appropriate form by providing necessary details, pay fees and then finally secure a confirmed
      place on a course. Students who have been duly enrolled start their journey towards a qualification.

        Course Change

      We know that sometimes students discontinue a course and instead want to take another subject. This is because after
      few weeks of lectures students may find the subject uninteresting or difficult or may realize that the course is not suitable
      for him or her. In such situation the students may apply for change of subjects. RLC is keen to consider students request
      for change of subjects. However, the students are encouraged to make an application for change of subject in
      accordance with the regulation set out as below.


              I. The application must be within 5 weeks after the enrolment.
             II. The application must contain reasons for change of the course.
             III. The student must clearly mention name of the proposed subjects.

      The academic committee will consider the application and in appropriate may consider the application and allow the
      students to change the subjects. In case of a successful application the tuition fees paid may be adjusted to the new
      course or certain amount may be deducted from the tuition fees for the services already provided. This is a discretionary
      power of the academic committee.


    TERM TIME

     Application for admission in each programme is open all year round. Students may enrol at any
     point in time in a year under our 'continuous enrolment' policy provided a course and a place for
     the course available. A student can enrol for any of the follwoing three semesters:


                                                     Semester 1: January
                                                        Semester 2: May
                                                   Semester 3: September




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 LIVING COST
  The living costs of an average student vary across the UK. Drawing on national data sources and our local knowledge, the
  table below provides an illustration of how these costs might break down over a year. Our current students will tel you how
  important it is to budget, to manage your money so you can do all the things you want to do, as well as pay for the essentials.
  The college offers financial planning advice to students through the Student Support and Counselling Service. An estimate of
  the cost of living in a privately rented shared house (on a 52 week basis) is as follows:



                 Annual Estimates                            Weekly (Approx.)               Yearly (Approx.)
               Accommodation                             :    £50.00                           £2600.00
               Meals & Utilities                         :    £30.00                           £1560.00
               Travel                                    :    £14.20                           £738.40
               Study Materials                           :    £02.00                           £104.00
               Clothes                                   :    £10.00                           £520.00
               Incidental Experience                     :    £02.00                           £104.00
               Miscellaneous                             :    £05.00                           £260.00
               Total Expenses                                 £113.20                          £5886.40
               (Other than tuition fee)
               * Please note all expenses are an approximate idea and may vary with the inflation.




 TUITION FEES
 Tuition fees are payable each year of your course. All students should apply to the relevant
 funding agency to have their tuition fees paid.
 International students who are not from the EU should contact the international o? ce.


 Departments/Courses                                         Duration      Oversease* (pa)                     Home*(pa)
 English Language                                            3 months                      £500.00                    £300.00
                                                             6 months                     £800.00                     £500.00
                                                             1 year                       £1400.00                   £800.00
 Accounting Studies
 CAT                                                         2-3 years                    £2100.00                  £1300.00
 ACCA                                                        3-5 years                    £2900.00                  £1700.00
 Diploma Studies
 All Diploma Courses                                         1 year                       £2700.00                  £1500.00
 Undergraduate Studies
 All Undergraduate Courses                                   3 year                       £3600.00                  £2100.00

 Law Studies
 LLB                                                         3 years                      £3600.00                  £2100.00




  Students need to register themselves with ACCA authority and University of London as an external student at their own
  expenses and in addition they need to pay the examination fees to the institutions and university every time they sit for.


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      Policies for Student Registration:
                      (i) In the normal course of events, students register to join a course at the beginning of
                           A class and choose one of the payment options available in advance or installments
                      (ii) The application form can be downloaded from the College website www.rlcuk.org or
                           the College will send it to the students by post on request.
                     (iii) The completed application forms should be sent by land post or submitted by hand.
                     (iv) The completed application form should be accompanied by:
                            ? Three passport size photographs of the student
                             ? Certified copies of the relevant educational certificates
                             ? Passport copies national and personal detail pages
                             ? Registration fee of £100.00 (non-refundable)
                            (v)The Overseas students who require visas to study at the Royel London College must:
                             ?    Register before arriving in the United Kingdom
                             ? Pay the full fees in advance for the duration of their study. The College holds this fee for the
                                students until their visas have been granted. Refunds are made with less an administrative charge
                                if the visas are refused. The candidate must show the original document of refusal letter.
                            ? Students are required to sign the Registration Form with full personal particulars including address
                                and agreeing that fees are not refundable in any event except visa refusal.
                            ? Students must also satisfy the immigration requirements. This is not required to be monitored by
                                the College but it is our responsibilities to inform potential visa-students of UK immigration
                                requirements.




      Refund Policy:

        i.   The registration fee of £100 is non-refundable.
       ii.   It is a condition that the College requires at least 80% attendance from a student before examination. In the event of a
             student being expelled by the College, fees will not be refunded.
      iii.   If a student decides to withdraw, he/she can apply for partial refund of the paid up tuition fees only if he/she has not
             attended the classes for his/her course. No fees will be refunded if he/she has attended any classes.
      iv.    The College reserves the right to cancel any course prior to commencement date whereupon any fees paid will be
             refunded in full.
      V.     If any student ceases to study at the College for any reason whatsoever (for example: suspension, expulsion, cancellation of registration)
              the agreed instalments are still payable by the student for the remaining portion of the academic year at the same dates and times as in
              the original enrolment contract.
      vi.    Students are not entitled to any refund of the deposit where the enrolment has been supported by a visa letter from High Commissions/
             Embassies or Home Office in the UK. The students are further liable for the tuition fees for a complete academic year.
     Viii.   Home students or students not requiring a student visa to enter or remain within the UK may claim a refund of the course fee paid(less
              Administrative charge of £100.00) provided a written notice of cancellation is received by the College at least one month before the
              Commencement of the course. If the notice is not received in time, one term's fee will be deducted before a refund is made.
       xi.   Students requiring a student visa to enter or remain in the UK may claim a refund of the tuition fee paid (less administrative charge
             of £100.00) only if their visa application has breen refused and the College informed of this prior to the commencement of the
             course. The application for a refund must be accompanied by a copy of the refusal letter from the British High Com.( APP200), copies of all
              The pages of the passport and the original documents of admission issued by the College. If the College is informed of the
              refusal after the commencement of the course, one term’s fee is deducted. After the commencement of any term, the tuition fee for that
              term is not refundable and visa refusal during the term entitles the student to a refund of the fee for subsequent terms only.

     xii.     A minimum of 8 weeks is needed for the processing of refunds. No interest is paid on any refund payments.
     xiii.    No refunds are due where students have postponed the commencement of their course in the uk.
     xiv.     All refunds are made subject to the prior approval of the Executive Board.
     xv.      If the official admission form is signed on behalf of the student by his sponsor/guardian, these conditions remain
              binding on all parties.




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    Policy for Non-arrival of student:
    If a student obtains a visa and does not report to the college by the due date s/he will be considered as a 'non-
    arrival'.
    Royel London College or its overseas representative will pursue the matter to ascertain the reason for non-
    arrival by contacting the student or next of kin or his agent in the contact details provided in the application
    form.
    The college may also contact the British High Commission or the visa issuing authority in the respective
    country to check the visa status of the student.
    If for unavoidable situation e.g. non-availability of flights or for other exceptional occurrences student fails to
    join the course on the due date and wishes to join in a later date (not more than 4 weeks after the course
    commencement) then a 'late enrolment' may be granted and a late enrolment letter would be issued, provided
    student agrees to make-up for the missed tuition by attending extra classes.
    Student may require showing both the original enrolment letter and the late enrolment letter to the immigration
    authority in the airport.
    If a student anticipates being late for more than 4 weeks then a place may be offered for the next available
    semester, and a new enrolment letter would be issued.
    An explanation supported by document is required from the student for being late.
    Though the student can take the opportunity of our 'continuous enrolment' scheme, s/he must report the
    college within 72 hours of the receipt of the visa, and advise the college about the arrival date i.e. whether s/he
    is able to join the course on the due date given on the original enrolment letter or not.
    On receipt of the visa, if the student does not report to Royel London College at all and does not respond to the
    college's query or gives unacceptable explanation or takes admission in another institution in the UK; and
    therefore fails to join the course in Royel London College within 6 weeks of the start date without valid reason,
    then the passport and other details of the student will be sent to the Immigration Authority/Home Office.
    The student will be removed from the registration list of Royel London College and no refund of fees will be
    given (please see our refund policy for the entitlement).



    Policy for Non-attendance of student:
    All full-time students are expected to attend daytime classes of minimum 15 hours per week from Monday to
    Friday. Students must attend all classes listed on their timetable. RLC does not recommend students for
    examination if attendance falls bellow 85% of that required.

     Any absence from classes owing to medical or other inevitable occurrences must be reported to the authority
    immediately with supporting proofs. RLC may cancel student registration and notify the Home Office about
    students who are absent from classes for long time without a valid reason.

    Being late for classes is not only detrimental to the academic progress of the latecomer, but also disruptive for
    the entire class. Students arriving late may be marked absent. Persistent offenders may be suspended from
    RLC.
    If a student arrives late s/he must report to the admin office to indicate the time of arrival and give an
    explanation note for late arrival. If a student leaves the class prior to its end s/he must report to the admin
    office so that the time of and reason for departure early can be recorded.
    The college requires that students who anticipate being absent, due to their religious observance, will notify
    their tutors at the start of the semester. This will allow the faculty to take these observances into consideration
    in light of their course examinations and assignment schedules. Students, after prior notice to the tutor,
    should not be penalised for any absences from class on those days. Students taking this opportunity must
    contact the concerned tutor to work out suitable arrangements for make-ups to satisfy the academic
    requirements.
    Faculty who may wish to be absent due to religious observances must notify the Principal and concerned
    students in advance, and indicate the method of make-ups.
    When a student misses lessons, whether this is due to absence, late coming, early departure or for other
    reasons, it is the student's responsibility to find out what class-work has been missed and make
    arrangements to catch up.
    Students are advised to collect guidelines from the reception and check the noticeboard regularly for any
    changes.


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     Examination Regulations:
     All students are required to sit for examinations; some other class tests and submit assignments as appropriate. No
     students will be allowed to sit for examination unless s/he has at least 85% class attendance. Candidates may only be
     allowed to sit for qualifications that best suit their needs.

     All examinations are taken under strict measurements and controlled environment as per the direction and guidelines of
     the appropriate examination/professional body. Marking of scripts, assessment, issue of certificates, appeal procedures
     everything is dealt in accordance with the academic's or the appropriate body's set Rules and Regulations.

     Students are advised to arrive at least 15 minutes before the start time of the examination. No student would be allowed to
     the exam hall 30 minutes after the exam. Started; and no one would be allowed to leave the hall before the finish time.
     Students need to carry their ID all time during the examination process.

     Students will not be allowed to take any unauthorised, papers, books, materials, mobile phones or any other electronic
     device, which can be used to contact outside. Normal electronic calculators are permitted.

     No food may be consumed during the examination. Smoking is not allowed anywhere anytime in the college building, let
     alone the exam.

     Students are not permitted to consult each other or talk to fellow students unless it is part of the process. Students are
     advised to maintain silence and not disturb fellow students during the examination.

     Students sitting external examination but taking tuition from RLC bear the responsibility to pay the relevant examination
     fees and book place for the sitting on time with the concerned examination body.

     To ensure consistency of assessment Examiners, Assessors, Moderators, Tutors, Staffs involved in the process of
     examination will be regularly trained and up-to-dated on the Rules and Regulations of the relevant
     examination/examination body; and then monitored and reviewed by a senior member to ensure quality, control,
     effectiveness and the measurements of the exam body fully.

     Any indiscipline, malpractice, unfair means, complains, grievance will be strictly addressed as per the appropriate rules
     and regulations.

     All the students and the Staff involved with the examination process will be given the relevant set of Rules and Regulations
     of the examination and examination body on behalf of which the college will be conducting the process.

     The policy described above is generic to all examinations. Additionally, RLC will put in place Rules and Regulations
     required by external bodies, universities regarding all aspects of tuition, examination, and certification etc. strictly to
     satisfy high standard and excellent quality.


     Equal Opportunities Policy:
     Royel London College (RLC) is committed to promoting Equal Opportunities in all its dealings with applicants, students,
     and employees and the public; and therefore ensuring that every individual is treated solely on the basis of his merits,
     abilities and potential.

     The college will function in such a way that it does not discriminate directly or indirectly in the admission, progress and
     assessment of students, the appointment, development and promotion of staff, the treatment of any individual, unless it is
     clearly justified for genuine and substantial reasons and is within the Law on any of the following grounds:
     - Age,
     - Gender,
     - Marital status,
     - Political or Religious belief,
     - Race (including colour, nationality, citizenship and ethnic or national origins),
     - Socio-economic background.

     It is the duty of all members of RLC to comply with the Equal Opportunities Policy and each individual is held responsible
     for their own actions. However, those who hold management, supervisory or other senior positions in the college, have
     additional and particular duties and responsibilities to ensure the effectiveness of the policy's application and that all staffs
     and students adhere to it.
     A copy of the booklet detailing the Equal Opportunities Policy can be obtained from the reception.




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        Harassment Policy:
        Royel London College (RLC) is committed to providing a studying and working environment, which is free from
        harassment and in which the dignity of all members of the college is respected.

        The college defines harassment as behaviour, which is unwanted, unreasonable and offensive; and which cannot be
        objectively justified by the professional and/or working relationship between the individuals concerned. Such behaviour
        may involve unwelcome physical, verbal or non-verbal conduct.

        Harassment may result in the recipient feeling intimidated, humiliated or that their privacy has been invaded .It may also
        involve the abuse of power.

        RLC particularly condemns all forms of sexual harassment, which can be defined as conduct of a sexual nature, or other
        conduct based on sex, which is unwanted, unreasonable and offensive. Examples of sexual harassments are: touching or
        brushing against a person in a sexual manner, sexually-oriented jokes, drawings and literature, commenting on the shape
        of one's body, calling a person rude names or making comments about their morals, invitation of a sexual nature which are
        unwelcome.

        People can be subjected to harassment on a wide variety of grounds and it may take a wide variety of forms. Whatever the
        ground or form may be, RLC condemns any kind of harassment and shall take appropriate action in accordance with its
        policy.
        In relation to any conduct, which may amount to a criminal offence, the college reserves the right to refer the matter to the
        police.
        A copy of the booklet detailing the harassment policy can be obtained from the reception.

        Policy for Conduct of Behaviour:
        Students are expected to conduct responsibly with staffs and other fellow students of RLC. In the event of serious
        misconduct, the college may suspend or dismiss the student from the programme. In such cases, no refund of fees will be
        given and any outstanding fees will be payable immediately. Guidelines for conduct:
            ?    Treat everyone with courtesy and consideration,
            ? Speak respectfully and politely to fellow students and teachers,
            ? Attend class regularly and be punctual,
            ? Keep your mobile phone turned off while in the class,
            ? Follow instructions given by tutors,
            ? Respect the property and ideas of others,
            ? Leave your work area clean and tidy.

        Non-Smoking Policy:
        Royel London College (RLC) believes that health and safety of students, tutors, employees and environmental conditions
        are part of the educational process. Our goal is to reduce the risk of exposure to potentially hazardous conditions.

        With these objectives in mind, RLC prohibits smoking of cigarettes or any tobacco products in all buildings on its campus.
        RLC will discipline students and employees for non-observance of this policy in accordance with its disciplinary
        procedures.
        For those who want to quit smoking NHS offers Free help. To get free help and advice call this free phone
        number: 0800 169 1943

        Policy on Illicit Drugs & Alcohol:
        Royel London College (RLC)'s mission is to provide quality education for students and expects them to be the
        ambassador of good citizenship, and prepare them to be the hallmark of a productive and civilized society.

        To maintain an atmosphere conductive to this mission, the college does not permit the possession, consumption,
        ingestion, injection, or inhalation (without prescription or medical authorisation) of substances that have the capacity to
        change a person's mood, behaviour or mind, or modify and relieve pain, such as, but not limited to ganja, marijuana,
        opiates, amphetamines, barbiturates, hallucinogens, psychedelics, solvents and alcohol.

        Any student, or employee, or member of RLC community found to be in violation of this policy will be referred to the
        Principal who will determine the sanction, which may range from referral for counselling, disciplinary probation,
        suspension, dismissal or exclusion from the college or employment and/or referral to the criminal process, based on the
        merits of the offence.




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                              FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS - FAQs:




    Welcome to the FAQ section of Royel London College website. This section is designed with some
    common sample questions and their answers that you might want to know. If the questions and
    answers here do not match your query please feel free to ask any RLC team member who will be
    glad to answer your query immediately.

    Questions commonly asked:

            1. What is the minimum age to be eligible to apply for a course with RLC?
             Students must be 16+ years of age

            2. Do I need to apply via UCAS (Universities and Colleges Admissions Services)?
            No. Please apply directly to Royel London College.

            3. How long in advance do I have to enrol in my course?
            You may enrol in your course one week in advance if there is a class available. However, we advise you to make
            your bookings well in advance to avoid disappointment. Students need to apply for a student visa may need
            extra time to make sure the whole procedures are complete before the course commencement date.

            4. Do I need IELTS/TOEFL if I want to enrol with RLC?
             If English is not your first language, RLC requires you to prove your efficiency in English. IELTS/TOEFL are
            recognised proofs of efficiency in English language. RLC advises you to obtain one of these tests score, but it is
            not mandatory. You might have gained efficiency in English by other means; and as long as it serves the purpose
            there is no problem either to enrol, or to apply for a student visa.
            However, if your English is below the required level, RLC recommends you to take the English Language course
            we offer first; and then start the main course.

            5. How do I pay my course fees?
            You can pay by cash, cheque, Banker's Draft or by bank transfer.

            6. Can I cancel my course?
            Please see our terms and conditions.

            7. Can I get a refund if I cancel my course?
            Please see our terms and conditions.

            8. Can I pay my course fee in instalments?
            RLC offers an interest-free easy payment plan for students enrolled in at least one-year full-time course.

            9. Can I change my course?
            Please see our terms and conditions.

            10. How many days of holiday I can take?
            Maximum authorised holidays are as follows:
            12-23 weeks study period: 2 weeks holiday
            24-35 weeks study period: 4 weeks holiday
            1 year study period: 6 weeks holiday.

            11. I am from a non-EU country. Will I be able to work in the UK?
             Yes. Generally, with your student visa you may work up to 20 hours (part time) during your term period and full
            time during vacations/holiday.

            12. I am from a EU country. Will I be able to work in the UK?
             All EU nationals can work in the UK without any restrictions. Member countries of the EU including: Austria,
            Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary,
            Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia,
            Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom.

            13. May I bring my husband/wife and children with me?
             Your husband/wife and any of your children under 18 may apply to accompany you during your study provided
            you can maintain and accommodate them adequately without recourse to public funds i.e. State Benefits.




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       14. Can RLC help me finding suitable part-time work?
        Yes, our students support team will give you advice, help and support to find part-time work as long as it does not
       hamper your education.
       Remember, you must not engage in business, self-employment or the provision of service as a professional sports
       person or entertainment. You must not pursue a career by filling a permanent full-time vacancy while you are on student
       visa.

       15. Do I need a NI (National Insurance) number to work?
        Yes, you need an NI number to work in the UK. This will enable the UK govt. to deduct the appropriate tax from your
       wages. This will also enable you to claim all your rights as an employee e.g. sickness payments, holiday payments,
       maternity and paternity payments etc.
       RLC will provide you with the necessary references and assistance to obtain an NI number, provided you are on a
       student visa, or a EU national.

       16. Do I need a visa if I live in part of the EU?
       No. The UK is a member of the EU; and nationals of other EU countries do not require visa to study and live in the UK.
       16. I am from non-EU country. Do I need a visa?
       Yes. Ideally you should apply for a student visa prior to travelling to the UK. Nationals from certain countries may obtain
       visa at the port of entry to the UK i.e. at the airport. If you are not sure simply contact the British High Commission in your
       country or contact RLC.

       17. How do I apply for a student visa?
        It is so simple. Apply to the British High Commission / British Council / any authorised Agency in your country with the
       following documents:
        Original Enrolment Letter for a full-time course from the RLC.
        Proof of sufficient fund to support your study in the UK.
        Sponsorship letter.
        Sponsor's bank statements for last 6 months; and sponsor's source of income documents.
       Your original educational certificates.
        Your passport.
       Your travel arrangements.
        Your accommodation arrangements in the UK.
        Three colour passport size photographs.

       18. Will it be possible to extend the student visa?
       Yes. If you are already in the UK, you can apply to extend your stay as a student.

       19. What are public funds?
       Income Support and Job Seeker's Allowance (JSA). Housing and homelessness assistance. Housing Benefits and
       Council Tax Benefits. Working families Tax Credit.
        Child Benefit. Social Fund Payments. Disability Allowance.

       20. Is my husband/wife allowed to work?
       Your husband/wife may be allowed to work if you were granted visa for 12 months or more. You must check the terms of
       your spouse's visa carefully as this may differ.

       21. What if I invite any family member or spouse while I am studying at RLC?
       RLC provides you with full assistance in lodging visa application if you wish to invite your dearest and nearest one(s) to
       visit you in the UK, or to attend your Graduation Ceremony.

       22. Can stay in the UK to work after I my graduation?
        Yes. Under the current rules, graduating students can formally switch into work permit visa from within the UK. UK
       employers can now apply for a work permit on behalf of an international student graduating from a UK educational
       institution without the need for the student to first return home country.




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                                                                                               CONTACT US



     We welcome     everyone to get in touch with us by any method regarding any query. Please use
     the following information to contact us.

     General Enquiries and Admissions:
                                                    Royel London College
                                                    82 - 88 Mile End Road
                                                    London E1 4UN
                                                    United Kingdom

     Phone/Fax:                                     Phone : +44 (0)20 7790 5070
                                                    Fax : +44 (0)560 125 4429
     Email & Web:
                                                    Email : info@rlcuk.org
                                                    Web : www.rlcuk.org




     WHERE WE ARE
    From Whitechapel Station:
    From whitechapel station cross the road, walk toward Stepney Green station 2/3 minute it will come on your right hand side
    or by bus Whitechapel Stop: B Take the route Bus 205 towards Gran Union Canal or Route Bus 25 towards Ilford High
    Road / Hainault St. Get off from the Bus at Booth Memorial, Cross the road and walk towards Stepney Green, After 1 min
    walk turn right in to the black iron gate and walk until you reach to the College in front of you..

    From Stepney Green Station:
    From Stepney Green station cross the road, walk towards Royal London Hospital 2/3 minute it will come on your left hand
    side or by Bus Stepney Green Stop: G Take the Route Bus 25 towards Oxford Circus or Route Bus 205 towards Eastbourn
    Terrace, Get off from the bus at next stop walk towards Royel London Hospital, after 1 min walk turn left in to the black iron
    gate and walk until you reach to the College in front of you..




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     The Royel London College (RLC) makes every
     effort to ensure that the information contained in
     this prospectus are correct and up-to-date.
     However, we always recommend that you
     always call to check before making any
     commitments.

     The prospectus is prepared in advance of the
     academic year to which they related to give
     guidance. Although careful and reasonable
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     Courses, fees, schedules and policies may be
     altered and withdrawn owing to circumstances
     beyond our control, or if demanded by Law or to
     facilitate further improvement quality of
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                                                          We welcome everyone to get in touch
                                                          with us by any method regarding any
                                                          query. Please use the following
                                                          information to contact us.

                                                          General Enquiries and Admissions:
                                                                        Royel London College
                                                                         82 - 88 Mile End Road
                                                                         London E1 4UN
                                                                         United Kingdom
                                                                        Phone : +44 (0)20 7790 5070
                                                                        Fax : +44 (0)560 125 4429
                                                                        Email : info@rlcuk.org
                                                                        Web : www.rlcuk.org

				
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