How to apply
We are really pleased you are thinking of
joining us! Make sure you get your application in as
soon as you can as places on our courses fill up
Apply for a course
courses and click on 'Apply now' or the 'Enquire
now' button on the course information page.
Or you may like to order one of our printed course guides.
You can apply to more than one course to keep your options
You will then be invited to college to chat to our expert
tutors about which course is right for you.
Our Student Services team provide impartial
advice and guidance to support individuals in their choice of
career, learning, work and life goals.
If you are unsure about which course to study or need advice on
how to apply call on 0300 45 600 49 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Full-time courses (Further Education)
Step 1 - Apply
Find the course using our course finder and look for the 'Apply now'
Or, you can download an application
form complete it and return to the address on the
Step 2 - Interview
After applying, you will be invited to come to an informal
interview with a member of the department. They will assess your
suitability and answer any questions you have about the course.
After the interview, we will contact you to let you
know what comes next.
Step 3 - Enrolment
Before the start of the course, we will send you joining
instructions and tell you more about registration and enrolment.
Once you have completed the enrolment form you are fully registered
for your course and ready to start. Full-time courses enrol in
If you are offered a place based on your exam results and you
find that your grades are not what you expected, you should contact
the college straight away. It might be possible for you to go ahead
with your chosen course, or there may be another course more
suitable for you.
Higher Education courses (full and part-time)
Visit our HE section for information about applying for
a higher education course.
Step 1 - Enquire
Find the part-time course on the website and look for the
'Enquire now' button.
This online form will register your interest – it does not secure
you a place on the course. When we receive your enquiry, our staff
will contact you to discuss what you need to do next.
Step 2 - Check availability
If your course is part-time you will need to talk to a tutor for
advice and guidance and to check availability of places.
They will be able to answer questions about the course content,
ability level and can help you decide whether it is right for
Step 3 - Enrol and pay fees
Part-time courses enrol throughout the year. Before starting the
course, you need to pay any fees and complete the registration and
Once this is complete you are registered for the course
and your place is secured.
More about fees, concessions and employer
Start your course and enjoy learning new and exciting things as
well as making new friends – ready for a job or progress onto
More information about enrolling on part-time