Admissions

Dates, fees, and how to apply to Guildhouse School

Dates 2022-2023

Autumn Term 2022
Monday 5 September
Friday 16 December
• New students should arrive in their accommodation 48 hours prior to the start of their first term.
• Guildhouse School closes during the Christmas holiday but remains open throughout other holiday periods. Fees may apply if you wish to stay during these times.
• During half-term, fees apply for all students who are aged under 16 on 1 September 2022.
Half term holiday
Saturday 22 October
Monday 1 November
Christmas holiday
Saturday 17 December
Sunday 8 January
Spring Term 2023
Monday 9 January
Friday 31 March
Half term holiday
Saturday 11 February
Monday 20 February
Easter holiday
Saturday 1 April
Sunday 16 April
Summer Term 2023
Monday 17 April
Friday 16 June
Summer Term 2023 (Fast Track UFP)
Monday 17 April
Wednesday 23 June

Dates 2023-2024

Autumn Term 2023
Monday 4 September
Friday 15 December
• New students should arrive in their accommodation 48 hours prior to the start of their first term.
• Guildhouse School closes during the Christmas holiday but remains open throughout other holiday periods. Fees may apply if you wish to stay during these times.
• During half-term, fees apply for all students who are aged under 16 on 1 September 2023.
Half term holiday
Saturday 21 October
Monday 30 October
Christmas holiday
Saturday 16 December
Sunday 7 January
Spring Term 2024
Monday 8 January
Friday 28 March
Half term holiday
Saturday 17 February
Monday 26 February
Easter holiday
Friday 29 March
Sunday 14 April
Summer Term 2024
Monday 15 April
Friday 21 June
Summer Term 2024 (Fast Track UFP)
Monday 15 April
Wednesday 26 June

Tuition Fees 2022-2023

Programme
Per Year
Per Term
Per Year
Per Term
Per Year
Per Term
• All courses are subject to a £300 non-refundable registration fee and a refundable deposit of £2,200 (refundable at the end of your course subject to terms and conditions), except for the following: High School Term students (1 and 2 terms) pay a reduced deposit of £700.
*These fees apply to the first 2 terms of the 5-term A level programme. The remaining 3 terms follow Sept 23 fees.
A level (3 subjects), Pre-A level and University Foundation Programme
£32,490
£10,830
£27,990
£9,330
£27,990
£9,330
Fast-Track University Foundation Programme – January 23 Intake
£26,990
£13,495
£23,290
£11,645
£23,290
£11,645
5-term A Level – January 23 Intake*
£23,970
£11,895
£20,580
£10,290
£20,580
£10,290
Additional A level subject
£5,970
£1,990
£5,970
£1,990
£5,970
£1,990
Academic English Programme
£22,500
£7,500
£19,500
£6,500
£19,500
£6,500
International
EU
Domestic

Tuition Fees 2023-2024

Programme
Per Year
Per Term
Per Year
Per Term
Per Year
Per Term
• All courses are subject to a £300 non-refundable registration fee and a refundable deposit of £2,200 (refundable at the end of your course subject to terms and conditions), except for the following: High School Term students (1 and 2 terms) pay a reduced deposit of £700.
*These fees apply to the first 2 terms of the 5-term A level programme. The remaining 3 terms follow Sept 24 fees.
A level (3 subjects), Pre-A level and University Foundation Programme
£32,490
£10,830
£26,490
£8,830
£18,495
£6,165
Fast-Track University Foundation Programme – January 24 Intake
£26,990
£13,495
£23,490
£11,745
£15,490
£7,745
5-term A Level – January 24 Intake*
£23,990
£11,995
£20,990
£10,495
£13,490
£6,745
Additional A level subject
£6,270
£2,090
£6,270
£2,090
£6,270
£2,090
Academic English Programme
£23,985
£7,995
£20,985
£6,995
£13,485
£4,495
International
EU
Domestic

Accommodation 2022-2023

Catered
Per Year
Per Term
Under 16 Years*
16-17 Years
18+ Years
• Catered accommodation fees include breakfast, lunch and an evening meal on weekdays and brunch and supper at the weekend during term time.
• Day students students will need to purchase any meals required. School policy is that all students aged under 18 and those living in Premier House will be catered.
* We will allocate a shared room for younger students to help them settle into school life.
Premium single, en-suite
£24,465
£8,155
X
Single, en-suite
£21,495
£7,165
X
Shared, en-suite
£18,495
£6,165
X

Accommodation 2023-2024

Catered
Per Year
Per Term
Under 16 Years*
16-17 Years
18+ Years
• Catered accommodation fees include breakfast, lunch and an evening meal on weekdays and brunch and supper at the weekend during term time.
• Day students students will need to purchase any meals required. School policy is that all students aged under 18 and those living in Premier House will be catered.
* We will allocate a shared room for younger students to help them settle into school life.
Premium single, en-suite
£24,965
£8,321
X
Single, en-suite
£21,995
£7,331
X
Shared, en-suite
£18,895
£6,298
X

Airport Transfers

Heathrow
Gatwick
Stansted
Luton
London City
• Students under 16 who would like an unaccompanied minor service incur an additional £75 fee.
£195
£195
£185
£185
£95

Additional Costs

The majority of student costs are included in our fees but below are items that will be charged additionally, depending on programme of study and student requirements. Compulsory costs will be invoiced during the relevant term. Optional costs are generally payable in advance of the activity taking place. Parental permission will be sought for optional costs over £100.
Cost type
Relevant items
Cost indication
Compulsory costs
UCAS application
£65
IELTS exam fees*
£200 (students may be required to take this more than once)
UFP exam fees▴
£120 per subject
Other academic exam fees*▴
£60-£120 per subject (depending on programme)
Field Trip for Biology and Geography (A Levels), and Environmental Systems and Societies (IB)
£250-£350
* Exam fees are set by the exam boards and are subject to change. ▴ Our cost includes the postage of certificates (UK or overseas).
Optional costs
One to One lessons / Additional Learning Support sessions
£75 per hour
Day or weekend trips (e.g. to London or Paris or optional class field trips)
Around £30 (day) – £400 (weekend) depending on destination and length of trip
The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award; Bronze, Silver or Gold options
Gold – £750 / Silver: £250 / Bronze: £125
Half term/holiday trips (e.g. Florence, Madrid or Berlin Christmas market )
Around £600-£1000+ depending on destination and length of trip
Graduation Ball
£25-£50
Accommodation over Easter holidays – (Catered Under 18s):
£550 per week
Accommodation over Easter holidays – (Catered Over 18s):
£450 per week
Activity programmes in holidays (half terms or Easter)**
£200 per week
UFP exam full remark
£300 (refunded if the mark changes)
UFP exam clerical error check
£75 (refunded if the mark changes)
Additional Maths GCSE (classes and exam cost)
£500 per term
**compulsory for under 16 year olds staying during the holidays. NB accommodation is free during half term holidays.
Consequential costs
Replacement ID cards or room keys
£5 (ID card) and £35 (room key)
Tampering with smoke alarm
£100
Any damages to college/boarding property
As necessary

Other Costs You May Incur

These costs will vary and will generally not be charged by the College. Some of the costs will not be relevant and will depend on the course and the specific subjects you take. Some items can be bought second hand or borrowed so prices are only examples.

Item
Cost
*** International students will be required to pay visa application fees, and associated fees as required – such as the Immigration Healthcare Surcharge, Tuberculosis tests, fees to renew or extend a visa etc. These fees are set and charged by the UK government and are subject to change.
Books
Approximately £200 per year
Scientific calculator
Approximately £75
Laptop
£150+
Travel costs
As required.
Visa costs (including Immigration Health Surcharge £470 per year)***
£1000+ for Student Route

Scholarships

We offer a limited number of scholarships for the most exceptional students. 

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