Test To Release Booking

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  • Personal Details

  • IMPORTANT - please enter your unique ID exactly as found in your enrolment confirmation email.
  • Please include your country code (e.g. +44)
  • Please enter the email you would like your test to release booking confirmation to be sent to.
  • Test To Release Information

  • Participants from "amber list" countries are able to enter the UK and self-isolate via the "test to release" scheme.

    1. Please make sure you have read the UK government's quarantine guidance and rules webpage.
    2. Please make sure you have read our Test To Release Guidance.

    Immerse Education's Test To Release Service
    Immerse are subsiding the cost of the 5-day self isolation period.

    For £50 per night (total: £300), participants will receive full-board accommodation in their College, as well as regular pastoral checks from Immerse's on-site staff team.

    Please note that, as per UK immigration rules, it is the responsibility of each participant to organise and pay for their own testing on Days 2, 5 and 8 of their time in England. Immerse participants can receive a discounted price for tests from Goodbody Clinic..

    Due to the UK's safer travel policy, Immerse will not be able to provide arrival airport transfers for test to release participants. Anyone requiring transport from an airport must organise this privately, but Immerse can recommend Pather Taxis as trusted transfer company.

    During the self-isolation period, participants must spend the majority of time in their private bedroom.. Participants will have managed timeslots where they are allowed to leave their room for fresh air and exercise, but they are not allowed to leave the College grounds.

    Any participant found breaking self-isolation rules will be expelled from the Immerse programme without refund and referred to the UK authorities.

    For more information, please contact advisor@immerse.education

    Please note that participants using the test to release service must self-isolate for 5 days before taking a PCR test. Arrival day is "day zero", this means that participants must arrive 6 nights before their original arrival date (the Monday).