Where do I need to go to enrol?

You will receive a letter from us at the beginning of August telling you where to go to enrol. There will be a map on the back of the letter but you can see all of our sites by looking at our Campus page.

What should I bring with me?

You will need to bring:

  • your personalised enrolment form (16 – 18 year olds) which will be posted out with your letter.
  • your official exam results and any relevant certificates you have;
  • emergency contact details of a parent/carer. This should be their telephone number and email address (if they have one);
  • any other documents that are listed in your letter.

If you are paying for your course

You will need to bring:

  • proof of any benefits you receive e.g. award notice or official letter and National Insurance Number.
  • proof of earnings, such as your most recent pay slip. If you are working and earn less than £20,000 per year you may be eligible for a discount on selected courses.
  • a letter or payment from your employer or sponsor if they are paying for your course.

For further information visit the Paying for your course page.

What happens at enrolment?

Enrolment is in three easy steps

  1. See a tutor who will check your qualifications, discuss your study programme and complete your paperwork. The tutor will give you details of your first class.
  2. Go to the enrolment workstation to complete your paperwork.
  3. Have your photograph taken and collect your student ID card.

What happens if I don’t get the grades I need or I want to study a different course?

Come along to college – we have courses across all levels so there should be something to suit you. If you want to talk to someone first, contact our Information Team on +44 (0)1226 216 123.

Need to know more?

For financial and travel information take a look at Student Life.

Looking for a Part-time course?

Head over to our Adult and Part-time page for all the information you need about enrolling and studying with us this September.

Last updated: 4th January 2017