Free Online Library
- www.books.google.com Google Books
- www.managementhelp.org Free Management Library
- www.bookboon.com Book Boon
- www.thefreelibrary.com The Free Library
- www.tfl.gov.uk Transport for London
- www.nationalexpress.com National Express
- www.multimap.com Multimap
- www.streetmap.com Streetmap
- www.workthing.com Workthing
- www.monster.co.uk Monster
- www.totaljobs.com Totaljobs
- www.reed.co.uk Reed
- www.careerjet.co.uk Careerjet
- www.jobsite.co.uk Jobsite
- www.jobs.trovit.co.uk Trovit
A wide range of student services exist to help you during your time at Waltham International College. WIC provides an invaluable source of advice and support which is available to all students of the college.
Computing and Internet Facilities
WIC has both dedicated instructional computing facilities and plenty of PCs for all students. Hi-speed dedicated broadband connections are available for internet access for all students. In addition to this, the campus also offers free wi-fi hotspots for students.
WIC has its own library that provides all texts, further readings and up-to-date editions of all basic text books. Students can borrow books from the College Library for a certain time. The local libraries are only a few steps away from the College, and we also help students become a member of other excellent libraries in London for further reference.
Klaspad (VLE) is a Student interactive system which is ideal for networking between students.
All learning materials are available from one location which can be used in online and offline mode and on a range of devices. Students find it very easy to access tutors and learning support through Klaspad.
Teaching Facilities and Resources
WIC has overhead projectors, portable multimedia projectors available in classrooms for teaching purposes.
Number of photocopiers/printers are available for students to use, and any relevant academic documents (within copyright license regulations) can currently be copied at the cost of 5p per page. Hand-outs may be provided to the students as appropriate without any cost during the class time.
English Language Support
While continuing with their studies, students desiring to improve academic English skills are encouraged to attend language classes every Saturday for only £40 per month. For beginners there are free English classes.
Academic credits earned at a different institution may be transferred towards obtaining your degrees or diploma. However, this is subject to the approval by the relevant institution or the awarding body.
The College provides necessary documents and support for the students to obtain local bank accounts.
Students are given advice on their choice of courses and guidance in their future career. Career guidance is provided by specialists in the field; head of the department and by the industrial coordinators. Student's welfare department may also help the students to search part time jobs to support them during study period.
The last stage before starting your studies properly is to attend the induction.
All new students must take part in an induction when they start their new course. This is designed to welcome students and provide them with the information to make the most of their time at college.
An induction helps students to understand the college procedures, what is covered in their course and how assessments will be carried out, as well as letting the students know about the many different support services that are available.
Details of the date and time will be confirmed at Enrolment.
updated: 30th March 2017