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We're open!

We are delighted to welcome students back. St Giles Brighton, Eastbourne, London Central and Vancouver are currently open and London Highgate & Cambridge will re-open on the 1st of June 2021. 

Travelling to the UK?

  • Those who have been in or through any of the red list countries listed here in the last 10 days prior to arrival in the UK, will be refused entry. Only British and Irish Nationals or third-country nationals with residence rights in the UK will be able to enter the UK and must self-isolate for 10 days on arrival along with their household in a hotel from 15th February. The Test to Release scheme cannot be used.
  • All travellers must have proof of a negative coronavirus (COVID-19) test to travel to England. They must take a test even if they are a UK citizen or have already had the COVID-19 vaccine. They must take the test in the 3 days before the service on which they will arrive in England departs. Travellers will be asked to prove that they’ve fulfilled this requirement. See here for more info.
  • Before arriving in the UK, you will need to fill in a passenger locator form
  • All arrivers into the UK have to self isolate for 10 days (the travel corridor scheme is currently suspended) but the test to release scheme is still in place, meaning that travellers can take a private test on the 5th full day of self-isolation to see if they can stop self-isolating early.
  • From 15th February onwards, all arrivers into the UK need to take a COVID test on day two and day eight of being in the UK. You can find out more information here. Tests are expected to cost around £100 each.
  • There are fines & various enforcement measures for not complying with the UK GOV regulations.
  • Quarantine with us for free, find out more here
  • We can confirm that St Giles Brighton, Eastbourne & London Central will open on the 8th of March & London Highgate & Cambridge will re-open on the 1st of June 2021. 
  • More information about the rules and regulations in the UK can be found here

Travelling to Canada?

  • Our centre has been open since mid-July for students who were already in Canada and we are now excited to be able to welcome new students with study permits at the school. 
  • We are pleased to announce that we have now had our COVID-19 readiness plan approved by the Canadian government and we are on the list of designated learning institutions (DLIs)Provided that you have a valid study permit or a letter of introduction that shows you were approved for a study permit, you can now start your course with us. You can find more information about the requirements here.
  • The Canadian government has announced pending changes to requirements upon entry, including a PCR test upon arrival and a 3-day quarantine at a hotel at the traveller’s own expense. Here's the list of government-authorized hotels including booking instructions. Unaccompanied students under 18 years old are exempt from the 3-day mandatory hotel quarantine.
  • Check the step process to enter Canada during COVID here.
  • Canada requires international travellers to show negative COVID test. Travellers need to take a PCR test up to 72 hours prior to departure & prove a negative test result. Travellers coming from the Caribbean & South America will be able to take a test 96 hours prior to departure.
  • All travellers will need to undergo a 14 day quarantine period upon arrival
  • We’re complying with the latest province-wide restrictions which will be in place until further notice.
  • Arriving students will need to meet the Canadian quarantine regulations and the Languages Canada Study Safe Corridor Travel Safe package can help with this.
  • The Order in Council (Prohibition of Entry) has been extended to May 21st 2021.

 

Or view our full Study in Safety brochure here.

 

You can also quarantine for free with St Giles in the UK, with our fantastic special offer! Find out more here. 

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Canada requires international travellers to show negative COVID test. Travellers need to take a PCR test up to 72 hours prior to departure & prove a negative test result. Travellers coming from the Caribbean & South America will be able to take a test 96 hours prior to departure. All travellers will need to undergo a 14 day quarantine period upon arrival. The official government website can be found here

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