At BeeZee College of Management and Aesthetics (BZCMA) We aim to ensure that all students fulfil their potential. This means helping each individual to develop self-confidence, maturity and academic standard necessary to progress onto their chosen career path.
At BZCMA, you will find a wide range of programmes to choose from, each designed to achieve your ambitions.
- To fully develop the academic, social and creative potential of each Student.
- To help young people as well as mature students, develop the skills needed to meet the challenges they may face in real life.
- To promote a culture of inquisitiveness to enable students to reach sound judgments and participate actively in the decision making process.
- To create and maintain a leading centre for learning.
- To make efficient use of the resources at our disposal
- To provide the best possible learning opportunities through well-equipped classrooms & facilities.
- To offer the expertise of our teaching staff.
- To monitor students closely and actively work with them to ensure that they are making satisfactory progress in resolving any problems that may occur.
- To provide students with access to confidential counselling should they require it.
BZCMA is your gateway to success, and we look forward to welcoming you.
BEEZEE COLLEGE OF MANAGEMENT AND AESTHETICS (BZCMA)
23 – 33 The Parade-High Street Watford – Hertfordshire WD17 1LQ UK.
Admission Policies and Regulation
BeeZee College of Management & Aesthetics is committed to delivering diverse opportunities for learning and achievement for local as well as international students and provides access, facilities and support to enable them to achieve their full potential.
We want to ensure that only genuine students are selected who aspire to gain academic excellence from the UK education system, contribute positively to the UK society and economy and do not abuse the immigration systems of this country.
This admissions policy has been implemented and continuously updates in order to ensure achievement of our above-stated mission and to help effectively assess the Intentions and Abilities of prospective students.
Scope Of The Policy
This policy applies to all applicants for courses at BZCMA. These applicants may be new applicants from overseas, local students, existing students of BZCMA who want to apply for a new course or other students who are on existing student visas in the UK.
STATEMENT OF PRINCIPLES
BZCMA is committed to increasing and widening participation in education and training. Applications to attend college courses are actively encouraged from all interested individuals from a diversified mix of backgrounds.
The College is committed to providing impartial guidance in the admissions process to help applicants to choose the course or programme which is right for them.
The College is committed to ensuring confidentiality during the admissions process to comply with the requirements of the Data Protection Act 1998 and other related legislation and regulations.
The College is committed to ensuring that the admissions process will be open and transparent and that no individual or group receives less favourable treatment by virtue of age, disability, economic status, faith, gender, marital status, sexuality, race, colour, and nationality, ethnic or national origin.
The College is committed to ensuring that all its policies and procedures are fully compliant at all times with the current laws and relevant regulations issued by the relevant authorities. Main regulators are the UK Borders Agency (UKBA) and our accreditation bodies (VTCT, ASIC, NCFE).
Student Registration Procedure
To be accepted as a student of the College, you need to complete the Application form for Admission and enclose the below required supporting documents and send to firstname.lastname@example.org:
1- Three passport size photographs.
2- Attested photocopies of qualifications/certificates (originals need to be shown during the admission procedure)
3- Proof of work experience (where applicable)
4- Sponsor’s letter (where applicable)
5- Non-refundable Registration fee of GBP 300.00
Alternatively, send the completed application form to the Admission Office at the address shown on the right.
All applications for Admission are assessed against the general eligibility criteria, and any specific requirements of the course applied for. The Admissions Office applies all the checks and assesses the application against the admission criteria and entry requirements. If the Admissions Office is satisfied, the candidate is issued with a conditional offer letter stating the course, tuition fee and the course commencement date. In accordance, the student application is forwarded to the respective Academics Department for a selection interview.
Initial Eligibility Criteria
Apart from having any specific eligibility criteria for individual courses, there are certain requirements that all applicants must meet:
- Applicants should meet the eligibility criteria laid out by the awarding body for the applied course.
- Applicants should meet the eligibility criteria and entry requirements, including functional skills like English language and Mathematics as per the requirements laid down by the College.
- Overseas applicants must have the capability to pay all their fees and have enough funds to meet the requirements of the UKVI for maintenance.
- Overseas applicants must meet all other requirements for their visa entry into the UK.
- Applicants who are already in the UK on student visas must meet all the requirements for changing sponsor, changing course, visa extensions or any other immigration-related conditions.
Applicants for all the courses will have to appear before an interview carried out by a member of staff from an Interview Panel maintained by the Academics Department. The interview is either conducted in person or virtually through Skype, Zoom or MS Teams. The interviewer is authorised to offer places on a course applied for by the applicant or any alternative course found to be suitable by the interviewer. No admission is granted without the approval of the interviewer.
Interviews are an integral part of the Admissions Process and serve two primary purposes. First is to help an applicant consider a range of options and choose a course or programme of study that matches their aspirations and potential and which builds on their prior attainment and experience. The other is to contribute towards the process of establishing Intentions and Abilities of prospective students. They are a most critical selection tool in helping to recruit genuine students who have the potential and capabilities to benefit from the UK education system in order to enhance their career prospects and contribute positively to the society and economy of their countries.
After the interview, applications are sent back to the Admissions Office for further processing.
Admission Policies and Regulation
Letter of Acceptance
Based on the above, the Admissions Office, once satisfied, will share a Letter of Acceptance again stating the course, tuition fee and the course commencement date. The Student, in turn, is now required to deposit the course fee or initial deposit (as the case may be) to confirm their acceptance to the course.
Certificate of Enrolment
For INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS once all the conditions are fully met, a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) is issued to students requiring visas or visa extensions upon the payment of course fees or the initial deposit (as the case may be).
Bee Zee College of Management and Aesthetics is accredited by Accreditation Service for International Schools, Colleges and Universities (ASIC). ASIC accreditation helps students and parents make a more informed choice and will also help a school, College, University, training provider or distance education provider, demonstrate to the international student body that they are a high-quality institution.
ASIC is recognised by UKVI in UK, is a member of the CHEA International Quality Group (CIQG) in USA and is listed in their International Directory, is a member of the BQF (British Quality Foundation) and are institutional members of EDEN (European Distance and E-Learning Network).
Once an applicant has secured a place with the College, he/she must visit the British Embassy/High Commission in his/her country in person and apply for a student visa. British Consulate requirements for a student visa vary from country to country; however, the following are expected from applicants:
- Certificate of enrolment/ letter of acceptance/CAS Number.
- A valid passport.
- Proof of availability of funds to cover cost and living expenses in the UK.
- Original copies of previous qualifications and certificates.
Please Note: The College will only provide necessary documents for Visa extension to students who have paid their fees fully. Students who pay fees by instalments are not eligible. For all visa extensions, the College will undertake the application process, and the Student must provide all necessary documents as per policy.
Students need to maintain themselves while studying in the UK. Therefore, it is essential to make specific financial arrangements to meet living expenses.
Students must have sufficient funds to support their studies. It is their responsibility to purchase necessary books and other relevant materials before the commencement of the course.
Fees are payable in advance, before course commencement unless granted prior approval to pay in instalments. The College requires a minimum deposit of 50% of the fees and balance paid before the end of the first term. Students wishing to pay fees in instalments will have to pay a 10% surcharge on the remaining balance.
The College expects all students to pay their fees on time. If faced with any difficulties, the Student is advised to contact the student support team at the earliest to review circumstances and way forward.
Studying in the UK
Students from overseas are required to comply with United Kingdom Home Office regulations.
Everything an international student needs to know about studying in the UK: lifestyle, levels of study, courses, institutions and application procedures for all study levels are available on the following website: www.studyuk.hobsons.com
UKCOSA: The Council for International Education provides advice and information to international students studying in the UK on a range of practical matters such as immigration and visas and working during or after studying http://www.ukcosa.org.uk/pages/advice.htm