Your steps to College
Come to an Open Day
We hold a number of Open Days throughout the year to give you the chance to come in and have a look around and discuss your courses and career options. Find out more about our upcoming events here.
Ways to apply
There are 4 different ways of applying:
- Online – Please use our online application form, choose your course and click Apply Now.
- Contact the College Admissions team on 01422 399316 and Admissions will complete an application for you.
- Pick up an application form in College or through School or the Careers Service
- UCAS – All applications for full -time Higher Education courses must go through UCAS (Universities & Colleges Admissions Service)
When to apply
Some of our courses are very popular so it is best to apply early.
If you are unsure between courses, please apply and we can transfer your application if you change your mind at a later date.
If you have any queries regarding this then please contact our Admissions department on 01422 399 316.
College admissions process
When we receive your application, we will invite you to an Admissions Event. You can bring your parents or guardians with you.
The Admissions Process can vary depending upon the course you have chosen. Your Admissions Advisor will meet you in reception and take you to the course area where you will meet with the tutor, look round the facilities and find out more about the course and ask any questions that you may have.
There will also be an opportunity for you to speak with an Admissions Advisor about your next steps.
For the Learner Admission Policy and Procedure please click HERE.
Offer of a place
You will be told at the Admissions Event if you have been successful and will be given an Offer Pack with all details of the course you have been accepted onto.
The offer will be either unconditional or provisional upon gaining certain grades on your current course.
Do not worry if you don’t receive the grades you were expecting, we may offer you a place on a lower level course. Alternatively, if you do better than expected we may offer you a place on a higher level course.
Dependent on the course applicants will be invited to attend a ‘Hello College Day’ held in the first week of July where you can experience some of the course activities, meet other students and get to know the College.
The Admissions Team will stay in touch with you throughout the year and invite you to an enrolment session nearer the course start date.
If you are not sure which course is right for you or which level, or for anything else related to applying for our courses, give the Admissions Team a quick call and we will be able to point you in the right direction.
We can be contacted by:
text: 07537 404 735
email: [email protected]
telephone: 01422 399 316
All applications for full -time Higher Education courses must go through UCAS (Universities & Colleges Admissions Service). Please click on the link below:
If you need further information on a full-time Higher Education course to make an informed decision please complete the enquiry form on our website or ring Admissions on 01422 399316.
Applications for part-time Higher Education courses can be made online or by paper copy.
The HE tutor will review the application form and either:
1. make an immediate conditional or unconditional offer;
2. invite the applicant to an Admissions Event;
3. Interview the applicant over the phone
Applicants will be able to track the progress of their offer through UCAS track or EBS ontrack. Once examination results become available the College will review and update any ‘Conditional offers making them either ‘unconditional or Reject’.
Applicants will be invited to a dedicated HE enrolment event.
Did you know?
90% of students go on to employment or further study
OFSTED Good and Outstanding
We were rated Good for our Further Education offer and Outstanding for Apprenticeships!
Here’s what they said
“Teachers ensure that learners make good progress in developing their vocational skills and gain good levels of knowledge and understanding in practical subjects.”
“Learners gain confidence and improve the social interaction and communication skills that will support them well in their future lives.”
View our OFSTED report here.