It is very rare that a language centre closes suddenly. However, if this does happen, English UK can help.
We aim minimise the effects of closure when students have paid fees for language courses at English UK member centres, so students can continue their studies.
If a student has paid for a course at a British Council accredited English centre, and the centre closes before the end of their course, English UK will help find a new centre nearby so they can complete the course at no extra cost.
English UK will work with other accredited centres to find a course at the same level and for the remaining number of weeks, but it may not be exactly the same. This applies to students already studying in the UK, and those whose start date is two weeks or less before the date when the school closed.
English UK will also try to help students whose booked start dates were more than two weeks after the school closed, but cannot guarantee to do so.
Where students have paid for accommodation through the school, English UK will cover the cost for up to four weeks if the school closes unexpectedly.
This is one more reason why choosing an English UK centre is both a guarantee of quality and a secure investment.