Application Form: BA-MA-MED

1. Personal & Contact Details
Home Address
2. Education – qualifications already held/to be obtained

Please list your academic qualifications, beginning with the most recent. Please attach copies of the original certificates to this application. Without copies of the original certificates MIHE will be unable to process your application.

Qualification 1
Qualification 2
Qualification 3

Add any other qualifications

3. Professional or other Qualifications

Please give details of professional qualifications, registration with professional bodies or other relevant qualifications

Qualification 1
Qualification 2
Qualification 3
4. Work Experience

If relevant to your application, please provide details of posts held and responsibilities

Experience 1
Experience 3
Experience 2
5. English Language Proficiency

All UK and EU students must provide evidence of GCSE English or equivalent level of proficiency or MIHE will be unable to process your application.

All international students must meet the B2 English Language standard as specified by the UKVI. Please go to the following link https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/guidance-on-applying-for-uk-visa-approvedenglish-
language-tests for guidance.

Please also visit www.ielts.org or www.trinitycollege.com/SELT for further information on how to obtain an appropriately recognised English Language qualification. Please attach copies of original certificates to this application. Without copies of the original certificates MIHE will be unable to process your application.

Test Score (e.g. IELTS 6.0)
6. Proposed Programme of Study
4. Funding
5. Convictions
6. Health Conditions/Disabilities and Additional Needs

MIHE is committed to supporting students with disabilities, including dyslexia, dyspraxia and any other medical conditions. Do you have any disabilities, health related conditions or special educational needs? If yes, give brief details including medical evidence and any special provision you think may be required.

7. International Students

Please provide details of any previous entry clearance/visas

Visa 1
Visa 2
Visa 3

Please state all universities/colleges where you have studied in the UK prior to
this application.

College/University 1
College/University 2
College/University 3
8. Referee details

Applicants must provide the names of two academic referees from teachers/tutors, or other appropriate people who are familiar with your recent academic work and are willing to provide references.

Referee 1
Referee 2
9. Next of Kin
10. Personal Statement

Please state the reasons why you are applying for the course and why you have chosen MIHE.

11. How did you hear about this programme
12. Supporting Document Checklist
13. Terms and Conditions of Admission
  1. Enrolling for a course at MIHE constitutes a binding agreement on the student to follow the course schedule and to pay the full fees.
  2. Students unable to join their course/s by the scheduled date must inform MIHE in writing two weeks prior to the commencement date of their course. Any application for deferment of commencement date, which is not received within the specified time, will only be accepted at the discretion of MIHE.
  3. Unless otherwise stated fees for the course/s are for tuition only. Students have to pay additional fees to repeat modules. Any students repeating a module will be charged accordingly.
  4. Tuition fees are payable in full before students commence their studies. At the discretion of MIHE, students may be allowed to pay their fees in instalments.
  5. Tuition fees or deposits paid are not refundable. However, if a student decides to withdraw or has been refused a visa or entry to the United Kingdom, fees, after deduction of a £250 administrative charge, will be refunded provided the following
    conditions have been met:
    • The student has informed MIHE in writing about their inability to start the course/s, at least two weeks prior to the commencement of their course.
    • MIHE is provided with the original letter issued by the British High Commission (BHC) or UKVI confirming the refusal of a visa or extension is due to an error by MIHE.
    • The receipt for fees paid is returned to MIHE in its original form.
  6. Students who are late in starting their course/s will not be entitled to any refund, or reduction in tuition fees. This also applies where students have been absent from class for a period of time and they may not have been attending all the subjects for which they have been enrolled.
  7. If a student is required by the Home Office to leave the UK for any reason, any refunds will be made at MIHE’s discretion.
  8. No refund will be made should it be proven that admission to MIHE was obtained by producing false, forged or non-accredited documents or by way of false or misleading information in any form. No refund will be made should it be proven that the student was refused a student visa because he/she produced false or forged documents to the visa authorities. No refund will also be made if candidates fail to produce appropriate documents or evidence required by the BHC/UKVI for entry clearance.
  9. All details in the prospectus and accompanying documents are correct at the time of printing. MIHE reserves the right to make changes to the structure and content of course/s, including cancellation if deemed necessary.
  10. If these application forms are signed on behalf of the student by his/ her guardian, sponsor or representative, these conditions still apply.
  11. Anyone breaking the law, violating MIHE rules and discipline is liable to suspension from MIHE.
  12. MIHE reserves the right to require a student to leave the Institute at any stage if a student does not fulfil the above requirements or violates any rules or procedures laid down in Students’ Handbook.
  13. MIHE reserves the right to suspend/ terminate studies of any student/s who fail to notify MIHE within 10 working days about a change in circumstances, or regarding receipt of any important/official letters, notices issued by Government agencies i.e. UKVI.
  14. The contractual relationship between the student and MIHE shall be governed by, and construed in accordance with, the laws of England and Wales.
14. Declaration