Admissions and Fees

We welcome boarders from all over the world in Year 8 (age 11) to Year 14 and currently have 150 Boarders who call Campbell their ‘home from home’. Boarding at Campbell is a life-changing experience which encourages independence, improves focus and fosters international friendships.

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All applications will be processed by Mrs Leigh Crawford, boarding@campbellcollege.co.uk , who will liaise with Mr Bert Robinson, Head of Boarding.

Supporting documentation will be requested as follows:

  1. Boarding Application Form
  2. School Reports
  3. Letter of Reference from present school
  4. An English Entrance Test for students whose first language is not English.
  5. A visit to the College for informal interview, or alternatively via Skype

Mr Robinson will oversee all applications and is happy to offer any interested families a tour of the College and our Boarding facilities. You will also be provided with the opportunity to meet with the Headmaster, who, ultimately, is authorised to make available boarding places for each year group according to need.

Admissions must be contained within the School’s Total Enrolment Number as agreed with the Department of Education. Availability of places will, therefore, depend on the existing enrolment of the School at the time of application and the distribution of pupils across the different year groups.

Email: Mrs Leigh Crawford, Boarding Admissions – boarding@campbellcollege.co.uk

Telephone: +44 (0)28 9076 3076

Fax: +44 (0)28 9076 1894

FEES

EU Citizen (Years 8-14) £13,685

Non-EU Citizen (Years 8-14) £19,175

Campbell College offers both Scholarships and Bursaries. Bursaries are monetary awards made to individuals who show academic potential but may not have the financial means to pay fees. Scholarships are monetary awards not linked to financial capability but recognising exceptional academic or co-curricular ability.

To find out more about our Bursaries and Scholarships programme. Click here.

GUARDIANSHIP / VISA

Parents of International Boarders must nominate a guardian as part of the admissions procedure.

All students should have appropriate guardianship arrangements in place to allow them to be hosted outside the College during those times when the Boarding Department is closed for holidays, as necessary, during illness, when residency in a communal environment is not suitable, or for disciplinary reasons.

This is an essential criterion for admission.  Please click on the following link to download and complete the guardianship form. Once completed please send back to us.

GUARDIANSHIP FORM

Many international students will also require a visa and we would recommend that you visit the visa and immigration service website www.gov.uk/apply-uk-visa to check the regulations.

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