Following the entrance tests and interview, we will be in a position to confirm whether we are able to offer a place. Any offer of a place for an EU or Non-EU boarder will be subject to the applicant having an educational guardian in place for the duration of their stay with us, and parents are responsible for guardianship fees. Parents must choose the guardian, and we are unable to do this or to make recommendations, but we would be very happy to provide details of guardianship agencies to parents.
If a place is offered, then an offer letter will be sent, together with terms and a request for payment of a deposit to confirm the place.
The acceptance of a place must be confirmed by the payment of a deposit and the completion of the School’s acceptance form by the date specified in the offer letter (normally 21 days from the date of the letter). The deposit payments required are as follows:
- UK and EU Boarder: £500
- Non-EU International Boarder: One term’s fees
The deposit is refundable against the student’s last fee account with the School as stated in the parent contract.
Woodbridge has partnered with Flywire to make international payments safe and easy. Flywire allows overseas parents to pay from their own country and their own bank. In most cases parents will be able to pay in their own currency and Flywire will process the currency exchange – offering an excellent wholesale rate unmatched by national banks, and therefore saving money.
Flywire eliminates hidden bank charges and ensures that Woodbridge receives the correct amount due. The service also gives peace of mind as Flywire provide 24 hour multilingual support. Parents will be able to track the progress of their payments through the transfer process with a student dashboard and email notifications.
Should parents not wish to use Flywire for the payment of their school fee account then payment may also be made by bank transfer or cheque. Funds must be received (cleared) before the first day of term.