We’re no longer offering entry times to attend enrolment on campus, but if you fill in the form below we’ll be in touch with further details on how you can apply and enrol.
Please read our FAQs and make sure you understand what you’ll need to bring with you to college to complete your enrolment.
Register for Enrolment
We don’t currently have any entry times available to book.
Enter your details to be the first to hear about our availability.
When you arrive on campus our staff will let you know where you need to go and who you need to speak to. We’ve put a number of measures in place to ensure our campuses are secure. Please follow all guidance and remember that we are here to support you.
Due to our response to Coronavirus we are not able to permit parents, friends or family of applicants access to campus during enrolment. Applicants with medical conditions that require carers to attend will be permitted.
We anticipate that enrolment will take no longer than 1 hour to complete. If you have friends and family accompanying you, please ask them to return after this time.
We’re managing the decision making at the College based on the latest government advice, and you can see the steps we’re taking in the video below. We will be in touch with you as things develop, but in the meantime you can rest assured that we are working on your behalf to ensure your college experience is a positive one.
We hope you’re looking forward to beginning or continuing your journey with us, and we can’t wait to welcome you!
Do I need to come to campus?
Please check the above information relevant to your type of study, this will provide all the necessary information about when and if you need to come to campus.
Can I bring someone with me?
If you have a medical requirement to have a carer with you then they will be able to attend enrolment on campus with you. We’re unable to permit access to campus to anyone other than carers and applicants themselves, as we work in line with government guidance on managing the risks of Coronavirus.
How long will enrolment take?
We estimate that enrolment on campus will take no longer than 1 hour to complete. Please allow time for this though, as we work hard to protect all staff and applicants.
What can I expect in terms of Coronavirus measures?
We’re implementing a number of measures including Track and Trace processes, sanitiser stations and managed flow to monitor the number of people on campus at any one time.
What do I need to bring with me?
You'll need to bring a copy of your most recent qualifications such as your GCSE / A-level grades. You will also need to bring your ID (this could be your passport or another relevant form of identification, such as your birth certificate) It’s really important that you bring this, as we may be unable to process your enrolment without it.
FAQs for school leavers/Further Education applicants
I’m a returning learner, do I need to enrol?
Returning learners will be enrolled automatically following the individual progression tutorials that have taken place with tutors.
I’ve got a place, but I’ve not accepted it yet, what do I need to do?
If you already received and accepted an offer from us, then your place is secured. If you didn't accept your offer before Thursday 13 Aug you'll need to come to our campuses to enrol from Thursday 20 August.
What if I don’t get the grades I hoped for?
Please don’t worry! You will still have a place at the College, and during the enrolment period we will work together to find the best pathway for you.
How will you communicate with me?
Because things are changing on a weekly basis it’s really important that we have the most up-to-date contact details for you. We’ll communicate with you via email, so please make sure you’re checking things regularly to ensure you don’t miss anything. Please also check your Spam/Junk folders, as well as your Inbox. To update your details with us, drop an email to email@example.com quoting your name and date of birth, your address (including postcode), phone number and email.
I haven’t applied yet. Is there still time?
Yes! The great news is that there’s still chance to apply for your chosen programme. Browse our courses online and apply for a last minute place. Our online open event, Spotlight, is a great place to find more information on everything from our facilities right through to our teaching staff. You can explore our programmes, watch videos and chat live with us online.
I’m not sure about a few things, can you help me?
Whether you’re feeling uncertain about which programme is right for you, or you just want to check a few things, we can help. You can get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or using the live chat function on our website (available 10am-5pm, Monday-Friday). We’ll be on hand to help before, during and after your application and we’ll be in touch with relevant information during your enrolment process.
Is there any other help and information I can access?
If you’re a new learner who hasn’t yet applied, you’ll find lots of information on our website about the wide range of courses we offer, what life on campus is like, the support we can give you and what our previous learners have gone on to achieve. Our online open event, Spotlight, is a great place to find more information on everything from our facilities right through to our teaching staff. You can explore our programmes, watch videos and chat live with us online.
If you’re a new learner who has already applied, visit our Applicants Hub, where you’ll find ‘FE Magazine Edition 2’ which details all of our support services, campus information, subject specific information and success stories.
If you’re an existing learner and want to continue your studies at the College, you should have been contacted by your tutor to discuss your progression options.
If you have any questions, you can talk to our team using the live chat function on our website, between 10am and 5pm, Monday-Friday. Outside of these hours, you can email email@example.com. Our Safeguarding Team are also available and can be contacted on firstname.lastname@example.org. They’re here to help you and ensure you feel safe and secure.
We’ve also put together a hub of information and resources around things like studying at home, mental health and wellbeing and support available during the Covid-19 pandemic, for both young learners and parents/carers, which you can find here.