Policies, agents and partnerships

The University has a wide range of international functions, which include:

1. International partnerships of three principal kinds:

  • Franchise arrangements
  • Articulation agreements
  • Progression agreements

2. Agents, representatives and consultants in a range of countries and territories.

3. Participation in social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter.

4. Policies, Procedures and Legal Information.

International Office policies

Terms of use

This section sets out the terms and conditions for your use of the website located at www.bcu.ac.uk; and any services made available through the "Website".

Privacy Policy

This policy applies to all University websites and provides an explanation as to what happens to any personal data that you provide to us, or that we collect from you.

Tuition fee deposit refund policy

This document sets out the University's policy with regards to tuition fee deposit refunds.

International Agents Policy

This Policy sets out the University’s approach to working with International Agents.

International Deposits Policy

This document sets out the University's policy with regards to tuition fee deposit refunds.

Policy - International Admissions

This policy outlines the principles which govern the organisation and delivery of the admissions process for new international students.

UKCISA Code of Ethics for Advising Students

The UK Council for International Student Affairs provides a Code of Ethics for advising international students.

International Enrolment Policy

This policy sets out the International Office's approach to the enrolment of international students.

Marketing and Recruitment Policy

We ensure that our marketing and recruitment activity meets the highest level of professional integrity.

British Council Good Practice Guide for Agents

The UK Council provides a good practice guide for agents.

Authority Form Guidance

Procedure for the Agent Authority Form.