Entry RequirementsInformation about the NCH London entry requirements for the 2019/20 academic year.
Immigrations and VisasThe visa application can be complicated, so we’ve supplied helpful tools to guide you through the process.
Travel ChecklistTake a look at our travel checklist to make sure that you're all organised for your move to the UK.
International Students at NCHNon-UK students currently make up around 30 per cent of the NCH student body and are part of a truly international community.
Useful ContactsA list of the phone numbers and email addresses which might be found useful during your time here at NCH.
Tips and TricksGet the low down of living in London and feel like a local with these useful tips and tricks.
Free Things to do in LondonExplore London without breaking the bank - there are lots of places to visit in London for free.
Weather in the UKThe one thing you can predict about the UK weather is that it is unpredictable. Prepare yourself for 'whatever the weather' by reading our guide to the weather in the UK.
Transport in the UKThere are many forms of transport available in England both private and public. Find out more about the easiest ways to get from A to B.
"Coming from a small village in the Alps, I thought moving to London would be overwhelming. In fact I was surprised as to how smooth the transition was into the city. With the help of NCH students and student support, I found it very easy to move into the big city. London, although large, is an amalgamation of small villages, each with its own little charm."Sebastian Aisher, ULIP Economics (Graduated, 2017)
"Moving to the UK, in particular London, has definitely been a learning experience! Coming from a small city in New Zealand, I thought I would find London quite a daunting task to deal with. However, my fears evaporated as soon as I began at NCH and got to know people. Living in such a vast city also means I now have so many exciting opportunities on my doorstep! PS: Try opting for the bus over the Tube – it is the best way to get your bearings!"Te Manu Boynton, ULIP Politics (PPE) (Graduated, 2016)
"Moving over from Belgium to London changed my life. At first, the city seemed too vast and hectic ever to feel like a home. Yet, as soon as I started my first year at NCH, everything felt different. My period of acclimatisation was suddenly ended, not only because the College itself feels like a lovely home on Bedford Square, but also for the fact of sharing a daily life with friends who have lived in London their whole lives. My favourite thing about this city is that it will surprise you every single day and its exploration seems endless."Raphaël Tulkens, ULIP Philosophy (Graduated, 2015)