Admission FAQ’s

  • Applying for a course at Mont Rose College of Management & Sciences Is the college still accepting applications?

    Yes, we are still accepting applications as usual. You can find details of our next start dates and how to apply on each course page. We are available for any questions. You can email us at  or call us on 02085565009.

  • How do I apply?

    You can apply online or in person.


    Address: Mont Rose House

    416 -416 Eastern Avenue, Gants Hill, IG2 6NQ

  • What's the application deadline?

    We do not publish a formal closing date for most courses, but usually, we close two weeks before the courses’ commencement date. However, we close admissions as they become full, so early application is generally advised.

  • How many courses can I apply for?

    You can apply for one Course in an academic year.

  • When will I receive a decision on my application?

    We aim to make application decisions within five working days of receiving a complete application, including your references and supporting documents.

  • Who can I contact for questions about the application process?

    We hope that our detailed webpages will answer most of your queries relating to applying to Mont Rose College.

    However, if you have a specific query that is not covered on these pages, please contact the admissions team.

    Phone: 02085565009 or


  • I am not sure how to complete part of the application. Can I get help?

    Please contact the admissions team for any questions about the application form and guidance on what to submit.

    Phone: 02085565009 or


  • What are the English language requirements to study at Mont Rose College?

    To study at Mont Rose College, international applicants must demonstrate they have sufficient English language ability. This is typically evidenced through completion of a GCSE, level 2, and or by an equivalent programme. Please find the link below to check:

    UK residents and International students will be given an internal assessment to check their English proficiency.

  • Is there an application processing fee?

    Those students who are applying through UCAS will have to pay £20 as a processing fee.

  • If I am approved, how do I register?

    If your application is approved, we will send you an offer letter by email. Your offer letter will also detail the registration deadlines and other significant dates.

  • How will I have my test and interview?

    We are conducting tests and interviews online and on-site. We will contact you directly to arrange this. If you have not yet been contacted or have any concerns, please email or call us on 02085565009.

  • What should I write in my personal statement?

    Your personal statement provides an opportunity to demonstrate your suitability for the programme.

    Typically your personal statement requires a minimum of 1000 characters/20 lines. It should include your motivations for applying to Mont Rose College, and any other supporting information not included elsewhere on the form you feel will enhance your application.

  • Will Brexit affect my fee?

    The Government has confirmed that EU/EEA/Swiss students who begin a course before 31 July 2021 will be eligible to pay the same fee as Home students. They will have access to student finance for their course duration, as long as they meet specific requirements that are unchanged from previous years. This includes students who begin the Course remotely.

  • I am a student from the EU/EEA interested in starting a course at Mont Rose College. Will I need a visa?

    Yes, students arriving from 1 January 2021 and beyond will need to apply for a student visa unless you already hold settled or pre-settled status. This does not apply to Irish nationals.

  • How do I get in contact?

    You can contact us by various means. You can email us at, call us on 02085565009, contact us via Facebook, Twitter or Zopim.

  • How do I make admissions complaints?

    We sincerely hope that there will be no cause for complaint, but should you wish to raise a complaint about the way in which your application has been administered, please contact the admissions manager directly.

    Mr. Jodat Sheikh

    Admissions Manager


    Phone: 02085565009 (ext 1010)

    We hope the information would be satisfactory, should you require any further information please do not hesitate to contact me.