Preparing for your studies at the International College doesn’t need to be a stressful experience. All of the information that you need to read before packing your suitcase and going to the airport is sent with your Certificate of Enrolment. Read it and follow the instructions carefully, to ensure that you are organised and ready to commence your studies in the UK.
Download the enrolment checklist (150 KB) Accommodation | Airport transfer dates | Induction and registration programme
GIC_Pre-Arrival_Guide (915 KB) Immigration advice | Packing advice | Passing through the airport
The above enrolment checklist has been created to ensure that you do not forget anything. Print it out – it’s quick and easy to read.
Kaplan Care insurance
Kaplan Care has been specifically designed by Kaplan International Colleges and Endsleigh to provide students at Glasgow International College with the correct level of insurance for their studies in the UK. Kaplan Care offers a number of key benefits to international students including but not limited to:
- Course cancellation insurance
- Medical insurance to cover expenses not already covered by the NHS
- Cover for over 90 sports and activities
- Leisure trips within Europe
Contact us to find out more about the Kaplan Care insurance packages.
Airport transfer to Glasgow International College
So that you can relax and look forward to your university preparation course at the College, our staff will meet you at the airport and transfer you to your accommodation, free of charge.
Just arrive at Glasgow on one of the free transfer days and we will quickly transport you straight to your accommodation with minimum stress.
Arrivals form – book your airport transfer
Transfer from airport | Flight details | Free transfer dates
Settling in – student accommodation
We can help you move into your university-standard accommodation, helping you to settle into your new environment as quickly as possible. We can show you around your flat and even help carry your suitcase!
Induction and orientation
University life is not just about academic studies, it is also about adjusting to student life and living independently. We will give you a thorough orientation at the College and the local area before your course starts.
- Where is the best shop for specialist food near your accommodation?
- How do you register with the local doctor and the police?
We can help you with these questions and more at the induction and orientation session