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We are open!

St Giles Brighton, Cambridge, Eastbourne, London Central, London Highgate and Vancouver are open, and are delighted to welcome students back.

Travelling to the UK?

  • The UK border is now open to all arrivals!
  • Before arriving in the UK, you will need to fill in a passenger locator form. You should fill this in 48 hours before you arrive in the UK.
  • Students arriving in the UK may need to self-isolate for 14 days on arrival, but many are exempt from quarantine measures (check the list of exempt countries here).
  • Quarantine with us for free, find out more here
  • A new lockdown has been announced in England and will take place from 5th Nov to 2nd Dec 2020. We can confirm our UK schools will remain open during this period.
  • More information about the Lockdown rules and regulations can be found here
  • View the November 2020: Lockdown FAQs document here

Travelling to Canada?

  • 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)
  • We’re complying with the latest province-wide restrictions.
  • 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. 
  • 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 and are exempt from the border closure which has been extended to 21/11/2020. You can find more information about the requirements here.
  • While study permits are generally for periods of study of 6 months or longer, a shorter study term does not preclude being approved for a study permit. Students will need to add a letter of explanation as to why they are applying for a study term of less than 6 months (e.g. an intention to go on to do post-secondary academic studies) and we can provide a template for this letter.
  • Arriving students will need to meet the Canadian quarantine regulations and the Languages Canada Study Safe Corridor Travel Safe package can help with this.

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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