How to book
Courses are open to anyone aged 16 and over. You can book online or by post and choose to either be residential or non-residential. More information on accommodation.
New to West Dean? When you book, you can claim a 10% discount on your first booking with us. Bookable by phone only 0844 4994408.
You can book online by finding the course that you are interested in, then selecting the 'book' button to the right of it. If the course is full, you will not be able to select this option, but you can choose to join the waiting list.
When you have booked on a course a confirmation email will instantly be sent to you, asking you to download the full course details and arrival and registration information. If you have booked accommodation, you will receive a separate email confirmation within three working days. Full course fees are payable when booking online.
Booking by phone:
Call 0844 4994408 to make your short course bookings by phone. Full course fees are payable when booking by phone.
Booking by post:
To book by post please download a booking form from the choice below, print it out, complete it and send it to: The Bookings Office, West Dean College, West Dean, Chichester PO18 0QZ.
Please complete one booking form per person and send a deposit of £110 (November - April courses) or £115 (May - October courses) or the full cost of the course if its the same amount of the deposit or less. The final payment is due six weeks before the start of the course.
Transfer to another course
New UK immigration rules state that if you plan to engage in any kind of study while in the UK you should now enter as a student and not as a tourist.
If you are studying in this country for less than six months and are a non-visa national, you may apply for a Student Visitor Visa before arriving in the UK or you may apply for entry clearance as a Student Visitor when you arrive at a UK airport.
This will give you full details and gives you a list of the documents and evidence that you will need to produce to confirm your student and financial status.
If you need any further guidance, the website for the UK Council for International Student Affairs is a good source of information.