Information For Students

International Term Dates 2016-2017

Term starts: Monday 12 September 2016
Half term holiday: Monday 24 October 2016 – Friday 28 October 2016
Last day of term: Friday 23 December 2016
Back to College (English Classes): Monday 9 January 2017
Back to College (Management Classes): Monday 23 January 2017
Half term holiday: Monday 20 February 2017 – Friday 24 February 2017
Term ends for Easter: Friday 31 March 2017
Back to College (English classes): Tuesday 18 April 2017
Back to College (Management classes): Tuesday 2 May 2017
Half term holiday: Monday 29 May 2017 – Friday 2 June 2017
Last day of Summer term: Friday 30 June 2017

Bank Holidays 2016
• Good Friday: 14 April 2017
• Easter Monday: 17 April 2017
• May Bank Holiday: Monday, 1 May 2017
• Spring Bank Holiday: Monday, 29 May 2017
• Summer Bank Holiday: Monday 28 August 2017

Being away from home can be a daunting experience. In addition to working hard to study on your course, there are a host of other issues you’ll be faced with, including accommodation, health care, finances and even personal concerns, but please remember that Community Revival is here to help you every step of the way. We’re only happy when you are happy. You can contact us at anytime to discuss your needs – before you apply, during the application procedure and even after you have successfully completed your course at Community Revival and progressed to higher studies or employment.

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First Time Student Arrivals - Top Tips

Some useful information from the UK Home Office for new students:

As part of your preparations for your studying in the UK this year, Border Force want to make sure you have everything you need to get through the UK border as efficiently as possible. Follow these top tips for a smooth journey through the UK border:


Have your passport ready


Ensure you complete a landing card (if a non EEA National).


Have your university Certificate of Acceptance Studies (CAS) number ready. If you don’t have a CAS number please brings details of your course of study.


Keep any medical documentation, recent bank statement and details of where you are staying in your hand luggage, we may ask to see this information.


Do not bring in any meat or dairy products from outside the EU.

There are also restrictions on other food products such as fish, eggs and honey, as well as some fruit, vegetables and plants (e.g. bulbs, seeds, cut flowers and tree bark).

Duty Free

There are also restrictions on the amount of tobacco, alcohol and gifts you can bring in the UK. If you exceed your duty-free allowance and do not declare them, all of your items could be taken away from you.

Banned Goods

Never bring in counterfeit goods, illegal drugs, offensive weapons or indecent or obscene material. Some items are restricted and will require a licence or permit.


You must declare any sums of cash of £10,000 or more (or the equivalent in another currency) if you are travelling from a country outside the European Union.


Never give false or misleading information (including forged or counterfeit documents)