A registration fee of £100 is payable at the point of enrolment. After enrolment in the January prior to the start of the course a £1,000 enrolment fee will be due. This is deductible from the first term’s fees, as a course advance, in order to secure a student’s place on the course. The course advance is not transferable to a future year. A separate £250 accommodation deposit, where applicable, is payable in August at the time of the first term fees. The information below is correct at the time of publishing; however the college reserves the right to alter course dates and fees at its discretion.
Autumn term – Monday 21 September – Friday 11 December 2020
Autumn half term – Friday 30 October – Monday 2 November 2020
Spring term – Monday 4 January – Thursday 25 March 2021
Spring half term – Friday 12 February – Monday 15 February 2021
Summer term – 12 April until 30 June 2021
2019/2020 – current academic year
Autumn term – 23 September until 12 December 2019
Autumn half term – Friday 1 November – Monday 4 November
Spring term – 6 January until 1 April 2020
Due to the restrictions imposed by the coronavirus, teaching will continue online from 24 March until the end of the Summer term on 1 July 2020 or earlier if schools and universities reopen before that date.
Spring half term – Friday 14 February – Monday 17 February
Summer term – 20 April until 1 July 2020
We are pleased to announce that for the coming academic year and in light of the economic climate we are keeping tuition fees the same – i.e., no increase.
Tuition fees Per Term
Professional Business Diploma – 2020/2021 £3850
We are also able to offer the following types of accommodation:
Student House – 2020/2021
- Self-catering £2,575 per term
- Self-catering ensuite* £2,690 per term
- Self-catering Jericho area £2,775 per term
- Self-catering Jericho area ensuite* £2,890 per term
*Please note we have limited availability for ensuite rooms.
We have a selection of houses from 10 to 20 minutes’ walk from the college. Fees are inclusive of all service bills (light, heat and maintenance but not including the internet) on a self-catering basis. Students enter a contract for the entire length of the course. Each student pays a damage deposit of £250 which is refunded at the end of the course minus any charges applied for damage to the property. Fees are payable termly in advance.
How to Pay
Tuition and Accommodation fees are payable in advance prior to the start of each term.
The methods of payment are:
- Banker’s Draft (payable to OMBS)
- Credit card
- Debit card
- Bank Transfer
When making transactions it is essential to quote student name and number at all times.
Fees are due: first term by 31 August, second term by 15 December and third term by 15 March.
Please contact Sarah Badger, Registrar, if you require further details – firstname.lastname@example.org
Some parents choose to use the School Fee Plan.