NCH went live on the CommonApp in September, this means that students can now also apply to NCH via the the CommonApp.
In August this year NCH achieved UKVI track record status. This means that we can be more flexible with regards to assessing English language requirements for students needing visas to study with us. Previously we were restricted to SELT (Secure English Language Tests), however we are now able to accept other tests and secondary school qualifications. For a list of acceptable qualifications, please look here. The track record status also means that all of our visa students can now work part-time whilst studying and are given the opportunity to apply for a 2-year post study work visa.
NCH has also joined CIS and will be taking part in upcoming CIS fairs and the CIS annual conference.