We understand that this year has been very different and we want to reassure all Higher Education (HE) prospective students that your future plans are important to us.
If you’ve not decided if studying a university-level course is for you, don’t panic! There’s plenty of time to search for your course and apply to start in September 2021. So grab a cuppa and visit our course listings page to see the variety of university-level courses available. Once you’ve found the course you want to study, you simply need to apply:
• For full-time courses, you should apply via UCAS.
• For part-time courses you should apply on our Higher Education part-time courses application form.
Below are a few frequently asked questions.
I’ve not applied for anything yet
Don’t worry, it’s not too late! Take a look at all our Higher Education courses and apply online. For full-time courses you should apply via UCAS. For part-time courses you should apply on our Higher Education part-time courses application form. Our next Higher Education Open Day is on Monday 16 August 2021.
I’ve applied but not had an interview
We are continuing with telephone interviews during the summer. You will receive an email with further details including an appointment when a tutor will ring within the specified hourly time slot.
I’ve applied and got an offer how will I enrol?
We will send you an invitation for your online enrolment session in August. Please note we are enrolling from week commencing 13 September 2021.
How will I get my student loan?
Once you have confirmed your enrolment, we will notify the Student Loans Company and they will start the process to release your payments as applicable.
When will the term start?
The new term starts Monday 13 September 2021. Your tutor will provide all the details about your induction and timetable when you enrol. You can see the timetable for the whole year on the 21/22 Academic Year term dates webpage.
Do I need to wear a mask or keep socially distanced while at College?
At the moment, we would please request that everyone wears a face covering or appropriate mask when walking around the College, as well as keep a safe distance from others. This is to stop any potential spread of Covid-19 and ensure the safety of our students, our staff, and other visitors. You will not be expected to wear a mask when seated or in classes. Please be respectful of others.
Don’t worry if you need any further help; get in touch with our Admissions Team via email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01226 216 106.
Last updated: 11th August 2021