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Visas We take the stress away

Visa support

International Summer School for Teens is accredited by The British Accreditation Council (BAC).

As a BAC accredited course, we are authorised by UK immigration officials to provide visa support documentation.

We take the hassle out of applying for a visa and our helpful and friendly admissions team will take you through the process.

Upon completion of your full application, our admissions team will issue your visa support documents, which you can take directly to the British embassy in your home country.

Students who require visas are encouraged to apply as soon as possible, in order to ensure successful placement at the summer school.


No Visa required for residents of the EU, EEA or Switzerland

EU, EEA and Swiss citizens visiting the UK for holidays or short trips, do not require a visa. You can cross the UK border using a valid passport which should be valid for the whole time you are in the UK .


We provide your travel and medical insurance

We provide insurance cover including emergency medical assistance and medical costs, protection in the event of cancellation or curtailment, cover for loss, theft of or damage to baggage and personal money. Via the Parents Portal, you will have access to a copy of this documentation in full once you have completed the application process.

Key features and benefits:

  • Emergency medical expenses in the event of illness or injury
  • Protection against cancellation or curtailment charges
  • Cover for loss or damage to baggage and personal money

Your policy will only be valid after you have completed your summer school fee payment in full.

Summary of cover


Latest Travel Regulations for Teenagers

Please see the latest travel rules for travelling to Scotland (as of 19/10/2021) - Information taken from the UK Goverment website. For the latest information please follow this link: :

“…Under 18 and travelling from non-red list countries

As long as they have not been in a red list country in the 10 days before arriving in Scotland, children under 18 do not need to:

·         take a test before they travel to Scotland

·         self-isolate when they arrive, as long as they either normally live in the UK, EU or US, or are a dependent of someone who has been fully vaccinated overseas.

If your child is aged 11 to 17, they must take a COVID-19 PCR test within 2 days of arriving in Scotland“.

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2022 Summer School

session 1
2 July - 22 July 2022
session 2
24 July - 13 August 2022

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