We hold an induction programme for all new students. This is intended to achieve several aims. Firstly, we explain very clearly the rules of the college regarding attendance procedures. Secondly, it gives each new student the chance to meet a member of our staff, who will assist with any queries. Thirdly, it gives new students the chance to make new friends immediately and to find out something about the area.
The college has a student area on the ground floor which is equipped with computers (including internet connected), table football, a vending machine, TV etc. We have intentionally placed the student areas adjacent to the main administration offices of the college in order to enhance communication between students and staff so that any questions and issues can be immediately resolved.
Apex College London does not have its own accommodation facilities. However, we work in association with our trusted estate agents to help you find suitable accommodation, for a small additional charge. This is handled by our support staff who will be pleased to assist you.
Home Stay means that you live with a family in the UK. You are provided with a room and breakfast; other meals may be available depending on the terms of your contract with the host family. This can be a popular choice, especially for students when they first come to the UK. It allows you to settle in and find out about the area and provides some stability for your first days in a new country.
The estimated price for this in the South London area would be £90-120 / week
Shared Student Flats and Houses
Students can share a house or flat. Each one has a private bedroom, but other facilities such as kitchen, bathroom and the living area are communal. Students take turns doing the housework and the costs are split equally. The indicative price given below usually includes all bills.
The estimated price for this in the South London area would be £100-150 / week