Prices 2017

Adults and 16+ programmes

General English Lessons maximum 15 students per group

All course fees in GBP £ / week

Number of weeks
(Start any Monday)
GE 15
15 hours per week
GE20
20 hours per week
GE25
25 hours per week
GE30
30 hours per week
1-7 weeks155.00195.00240.00280.00
8 and over140.00175.00220.00260.00

Individual Lessons (one to one lessons)

Name of courseNumber of 60 minute lessons / week Course fees
(GBP £ / week)
Solo 1515540.00
Solo 2020720.00
Solo 2525900.00
Solo 30301,080.00

Combination Programmes

Name of courseNumber of hours of group lessons per weekNumber of hours of individual lessons per weekCourse fees
GE15 + 151515695.00
GE15 + 5155335.00
GE20 + 5205375.00

Blended Learning

Course detailsPrice
(GBP £ / week
5 hours in total per week – 2.5 hours individual lessons and 2.5 hours of teacher set support work90.00

Summer Package

Includes GE20 programme, standard homestay accommodation, one full day excursion per week, two afternoon/early evening excursions, airport transfers, travel insurance, registration fees – please see http://ihmanchester.com/16-summer-package-2017/ for full details.

1 week £512.00 GBP 2 weeks £894.00 GBP
3 weeks £1276.00 GBP 4 weeks £1658.00 GBP
5 weeks £2040.00 GBP6 weeks £2422.00 GBP
7 weeks £2804.00 GBP 8 weeks £3186.00 GBP

Includes GE25 programme, standard homestay accommodation, one full day excursion per week, two afternoon/early evening excursions, airport transfers, travel insurance, registration fees – please see http://ihmanchester.com/16-summer-package-2017/ for full details.

1 week £557.00 GBP 2 weeks £984.00 GBP
3 weeks £1411.00 GBP 4 weeks £1838.00 GBP
5 weeks £2265.00 GBP6 weeks £2692.00 GBP
7 weeks £3119.00 GBP 8 weeks £3546.00 GBP

Young LearnerProgrammes age 14-16

General English Lessons

Located at our International Study Centre within Hulme Hall Grammar School.

Number of weeksCourse fee
36 weeks
Full academic year Including accommodation
14,462.00
12 weeks
Including accommodation
5,174.00
4 weeks
Including accommodation
1,795.00

GCSEs

Located at our International Study Centre within Hulme Hall Grammar School.

Number of weeksCourse fees
36 weeks
Full academic year
Including accommodation
£17,363.00

Extra Fees

 GBP £
Registration fee40.00
Visa letter courier fee75.00
Individual Lessons36.00 per hour
Diet Supplement
(eg vegetarian, halal, gluten free)
15.00 per week
20.00 per week from 04/09/2017
IELTS exam fee155.00
FCE or CAE exam fee145.00
PET exam fee85.00
We do not charge for any teaching materials.

Accommodation

AccommodationGBP £
Standard homestay
Half board Mon - Fri, Full board at the weekend
130.00 per week
140.00 per week from 04/09/2017
Standard homestay
Room only
available for students aged over 18 only
110.00 per week
120.00 per week from 04/09/2017
Executive homestay
Half board Mon - Fri, Full board at the weekend, private bathroom
175.00 per week
200.00 per week from 04/09/2017
Student Residence Age 18+only
(self catering with ensuite bathroom)

Bedding Pack (optional)
Kitchen Pack (optional)
from 105.00 / week (£50.00 refundable deposit required)


58.99
35.99
(£8.00 delivery charge if purchased on own)
Hotel / Guest House / Bed & Breakfast / HostelFrom 35.00 / night
accommodation finding fee40.00

Airport Transfers

Private taxiGBP
Manchester International AirportUnder 18 – 45.00 per journey Over 18 - 35.00 per journey
Liverpool John Lennon AirportUnder 18 – 55.00 per journey Over 18 - 45.00 per journey

 Football Programmes

Football + English       or          Football + BTEC                       age 16+

DurationWhat's IncludedPrice
22 weeks
(start January or July)
-10 hours per week Professional Football training
-15 hours per week English language lessons or 18 hours BTEC lessons
-Accommodation, standard homestay (half board Mon - Fri,
full board at the weekend, sharing twin room with another student,
bathroom shared with host) or over 18 students only have the
option of the self catering student residence
- Airport transfers on arrival and departure (Manchester airport)
- GuardMe Student Travel Insurance
-Kit: 4 training kits, 2 training tracksuits, 2 leisure tracksuits, 1 winter jacket,
1 wet top, 2 polo shirts,1 hoodie,1 winter hat, 1 bag
£19,995.00 GBP - under 18
£19,665.00 GBP - over 18
4 weeks-10 hours per week Professional Football training
-15 hours per week English language lessons
-Accommodation, standard homestay (half board Mon - Fri,
full board at the weekend, sharing twin room with another student,
bathroom shared with host) or over 18 students only have the
option of the self catering student residence
- Airport transfers on arrival and departure (Manchester airport)
- GuardMe Student Travel Insurance
- Kit: 1 hoodie, 2 polo shirts, 2 training kits, 1 tracksuit
£3,950.00 GBP - under 18
£3850.00 GBP - over 18
1-3 weeks-10 hours per week Professional Football training
-15 hours per week English language lessons
-Accommodation, standard homestay (half board Mon - Fri,
full board at the weekend, sharing twin room with another student,
bathroom shared with host) or over 18 students only have the
option of the self catering student residence
- Airport transfers on arrival and departure (Manchester airport)
- GuardMe Student Travel Insurance
- Kit: 1 hoodie, 2 polo shirts, 2 training kits, 1 tracksuit
price per week:
£995.00 GBP- under 18
£980.00 GBP- over 18

Football + English                                                                       age 14-16

DurationWhat's includedPrice
4-36 weeks-6 hours per week Professional Football training
-20.5 hours per week English lessons
-Standard Homestay Accommodation,
sharing a twin room with another student, sharing bathroom
with host, Full board (school lunch included Mon - Fri)
- Airport transfers on arrival and departure (Manchester airport)
- GuardMe Student Travel Insurance
-Kit: 4 training kits, 2 training tracksuits, 2 leisure tracksuits,
1 winter jacket,
1 wet top, 2 polo shirts,1 hoodie,1 winter hat, 1 bag
4 weeks £2,895.00 GBP

12 week term £8,250 GBP

36 weeks £24,000.00 GBP

Football + GCSEs                                                                        age 14-16

DurationWhat's includedPrice
36 weeks
starts September
-6 hours per week Professional Football training
-20.5 hours per week GCSE lessons
-Standard Homestay Accommodation, sharing twin room with another student,
bathroom shared with host, full board (school lunch included Mon - Fri)
- Airport transfers on arrival and departure (Manchester airport)
- GuardMe Student Travel Insurance
-Kit: 4 training kits, 2 training tracksuits, 2 leisure tracksuits, 1 winter jacket,
1 wet top, 2 polo shirts,1 hoodie,1 winter hat, 1 bag
-Hulme Hall School uniform: Blazer, tie, Jumper, White school shirts, Trousers, socks (pack of 5)
£24,000.00 GBP

Football Only                                                                                over 18 only

DurationWhat's IncludedPrice
2 weeks-10 hours per week Professional Football training
-Accommodation
- Kit: 1 hoodie, 2 polo shirts, 2 training kits, 1 tracksuit
- airport transfers on arrival and departure, Manchester airport only
-GuardMe travel insurance
£1,150.00 GBP
4 weeks-10 hours per week Professional Football training
- Accommodation
- Kit: 1 hoodie, 2 polo shirts, 2 training kits, 1 tracksuit
- airport transfers on arrival and departure, Manchester airport only
-GuardMe travel insurance
£2495.00 GBP
22 weeks-10 hours per week Professional Football training
-Accommodation
-Kit: 4 training kits, 2 training tracksuits, 2 leisure tracksuits, 1 winter jacket,
1 wet top, 2 polo shirts,1 hoodie,1 winter hat, 1 bag
- airport transfers on arrival and departure, Manchester airport only
-GuardMe travel insurance
£10,885.00 GBP

Holidays & Term Dates

School is closed for English language programmes during Christmas & New Year from Friday 22nd December 2017 opening again on Tuesday 2nd January 2018. School is also closed on the following days for UK national holidays:

New Years Day (substitute day)
2nd
2nd January 2017
Good Friday14th April 2017
Easter Monday17th April 2017
Early May bank Holiday1st May 2017
Spring Bank Holiday29th May 2017
Summer Bank Holiday28th August 2017

Terms & Conditions of Sale

Course fees

If there are any changes to the UK VAT laws, International House Manchester reserve the right to pass on those charges to the client / their parents / agent.

Deposit and Payment

A deposit of 15% of the total course fees must be paid when you book your course. The total course fees must be paid 14 days before the first day of your course. If a course is booked less than 14 days before the first day, all fees must be paid immediately.

There is an extra charge for late payments, unless agreed. If you pay late you must pay extra (interest is added at 5% above the Lloyds TSB bank base in force at the time). We can cancel a course that has not been paid for. You can pay either in Pounds Sterling £GBP) to our GBP account with Lloyds TSB bank or in Euro to our AIB Euro account. The prices in our price list are fixed in £GBP. Please ensure that you cover all the costs of money exchange, bank transfer, etc. and that you make payment into the correct ij tours limited bank account (the details are on the invoice).

Confirmation

If you do not pay or if you pay late, we can cancel your course. If you book a group course, but we do not have a class at your level, we will give you 75% of the number of lessons as individual lessons instead.

Refunds

If your visa application is refused and you have a “visa refusal letter” from the UK Visas & Immigration, then you can apply for a refund of the fees paid (minus our bank charges and any courier fees).

Other applications for refunds will be considered individually and will only be accepted in exceptional circumstances. Please see “Cancellation” below for a list of cancellation fees payable. We cannot give refunds for late arrival, early departure, absence during a course or change of programme.

We cannot give refunds for days when the school is closed during bank holidays.

If you decide to shorten your course and leave your course early, the fees that you have paid for unused weeks can be neither transferred nor refunded.

Refunds of course fees will be made directly to the bank account or to the individual who made the fee payment.

Cancellation

If you decide to cancel your course we will charge a fee:

• If you cancel up to 21 days before the course begins, you will lose any deposit that you have paid

• If you cancel from 21 days to 15 days, you will lose 33% of the total fees

• If you cancel from 14 days to 8 days, you will lose 66% of the total fees

• If you cancel from 7 days to 3 days, you will lose 75% of the total fees

• If you cancel 2 days or less before your course starts, you will 100% of the total fees

Activities and Excursions

Activities and excursions are voluntary and are not normally included in the course fee. However, some courses do include activities, but this will be made clear when you book.

Please note; International House Manchester can accept no responsibility for loss of any of your things or for any personal injury to you while participating in these activities.

Insurance

Students must buy their own insurance during their stay at International House Manchester. The school cannot accept  responsibility for any losses during your time at the school.

Unacceptable Behaviour

None of our staff, home stay providers or students should ever be subject to abusive, offensive or unacceptable behaviour. If a student does this, we can permanently exclude him or her or cancel their course. There will be no refund or reimbursement in this situation.

Internet Use in Host Family and in School

Many families allow students to use their internet connection / WiFi. Students must not download adult/sexual content and illegal and/or damaging software or web content while using their host’s or the school’s internet connection.

Force Majeure

If the school has to close and/or students have to return home early for reasons of natural disaster such as fire/flooding/infectious diseases or war/terrorism etc, which are beyond the reasonable control of the school, no refunds will be made. But, students may be able to claim compensation under their insurance policy. We will try hard to keep the school open, but this may mean making some classes larger or changing the timetable to allow staff to cover all scheduled lessons.

Data Protection

Any information you have provided to us at the school, or will provide in the future, will be processed by the school. This will be in compliance with the provisions of the Data Protection Act 1998. Under data protection legislation you can ask for a copy of certain personal records held about you.

Homestay

IJ Tours Ltd take care to make sure that homestays are suitable for students. However, IJ Tours Ltd cannot accept responsibility for any accident / incident which occurs in the homestay.

Junior Programmes

Students on a Junior Programme must stay on with their homestay host and to follow the Disciplinary Code – “six golden rules” at all times. A copy of this code will be given to students and their parents before booking. You must agree to follow this code by signing the booking agreement.

IJ Tours Ltd reserves the right to permanently exclude students who disobey the Disciplinary Code without reimbursement of fees or travel costs.

If you are not happy – Making a complaint

We hope that you will be very happy with us at International House Manchester. We always want to hear your ideas and feedback so that we can continue to improve what we do. However, if you are not happy with anything, please follow the procedure below:

Complaints Procedure

Immediately speak to one of our staff: your teacher, the Director of Studies, the Principal or the Welfare & Accommodation Manager as soon as possible, telling them exactly what the problem is. They will then record everything and inform you of any action they may feel necessary to resolve the problem. Director, Peter HAYES will then receive notification of your complaint.

If, after this, you are still not satisfied or happy, please contact Director, Peter HAYES directly by post or by email, and include the details of your complaint. : Peter HAYES, Director of International House Manchester, 8 Oxstalls Lane Longlevens, Gloucester GL2 9HT

Email: peter@ihmanchester.com

If, after this, you are still not satisfied or happy, please contact Director, Michael BRENNAN directly by post or by email, and include the details of your complaint. : Michael BRENNAN, Director of International House Manchester, Brook House, 64-72 Spring Gardens, Manchester M2 2BQ

Email: michael@ihmanchester.com

Making a complaint through English UK

If you are not satisfied with the response from your accredited centre, you can contact English UK for further advice. The way we will handle your complaint will depend on the course provider you’re studying with.

For private schools and language centres, English UK will attempt to mediate. If this fails, the complaint can be put to the independent Ombudsman, who will issue an adjudication which is binding on the school.

If you feel you have a complaint against the school where you are studying, please first arrange a discussion with the Principal or an appropriate member of staff (for example, the Director of Studies, Accommodation Officer, or Student Counsellor).

If the reply you get from the school does not satisfy you, please write in English to English UK for the attention of the Chief Executive or e-mail sarah@englishuk.com

We cannot accept complaints over the telephone because we need a record of the complaint in case it has to be referred to the Ombudsman. We can only deal with complaints from international students on an English language course at a member school.

We cannot accept complaints:

• from teachers or other staff, agents or host families about problems with schools;

• from people unwilling to give their names;

• about courses such as computing or business studies, or work experience placements, even if these are at member schools; OR,

• about schools which are not full members of English UK.

Unless there are exceptional reasons, we will not normally consider complaints about a course that has ended more than 6 months ago.

We can accept complaints made on behalf of a student by a close family member (parents, brother/sister, uncle or aunt). We can also accept complaints by a representative if the student has given written authorisation for the representative to pursue the complaint.

In outlining your complaint, keep to the facts and include a copy of any relevant documents (enrolment form, invoice, letters) which support your case. Pay particular attention to the school’s terms and conditions, which you accepted when enrolling. Say what you have done to try to resolve the complaint directly with the school. When English UK receives your complaint, we will write to you to let you know that we have received it, and at the same time we will write to the Principal of the school concerned to ask for a response within two weeks. We will reply to you in a letter based on this response.

If you are still not satisfied, we will write to the school with your further views and ask them to reconsider. We will reply to you with their response. If the school’s second response still does not satisfy you, we will refer the complaint to the independent Ombudsman. We will send him all the letters on the case, and he can ask to see any other documents that he thinks may be helpful. He can also ask questions of the school or the complainant, or anyone else, in order to come to a view on the case. He will prepare a report in writing giving a decision. This report will be sent to you and the school. His judgment is binding on the school: it must do what he says. The Ombudsman normally takes between 4 and6 weeks to come to a decision. There is no cost to you, and going to the Ombudsman does not affect your right to take legal action subsequently if you wish to do so. The Ombudsman process is intended to be a relatively fast and cost free way for students to have a complaint considered.

Once the Ombudsman has given his judgment and it has been carried out, the English UK complaints process is at an end. The Ombudsman will not engage in subsequent correspondence with either the school or the student, and English UK itself will regard the Ombudsman’s judgment as final.

If you decide at any point in the process to start legal proceedings against the school, English UK will suspend its consideration of your complaint until the legal proceedings are complete so that no comment by us should prove prejudicial to the legal proceedings.

 

 

 

 

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64-72 Spring Gardens
Manchester
M2 2BQ

Tel: +44 1452 619021
Email : marketing@ihmanchester.com

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