How To Apply
Our Prospectus and application forms are available in local high schools and directly from the College. You can also apply online or if you are attending an Island high school via the Island Prospectus, an on-line system operated from your school (enquire at school to obtain details). Shortly after you apply you will receive acknowledgement and then, a little later, a date to attend interview.
You may be interviewed with a group of other prospective students. To help us identify the correct level of study, you may be asked to complete a small task to bring to interview. It is important you complete this to the best of your ability as it helps the tutor in making their decision. You may also undertake an assessment or an activity related to the subject you have applied for.
After Your Interview
When you are offered a place at College please remember to confirm your place by one of the following:
- returning your acceptance card to Admissions
- email firstname.lastname@example.org
- telephone 01983 535210 and leave your name, course offered and whether accepting or declining the offer
Later in the year you will receive information about Student Services and the financial support available for those attending College.
Central Enrolment Sessions are held in the last week of June and the last week of August. We will send you details of the day and time of your enrolment via the post. On this day we ask that you attend College to complete your enrolment documentation and receive the timetable for your course.
Our friendly Reception team are located at the main entrance to the College and are happy to help you with all general enquiries.
- Opening times Term time : Monday to Thursday 08:00 – 19:00, Friday 08:00 – 16:30.
- Opening times Out of Term time : Monday to Thursday 08:30 – 17:00, Friday 08:30 – 16:30.
Monday to Thursday, 08:30 – 17:00 and Friday, 08:30 – 16:30 Admissions offers a drop-in service for course information advice and making a careers appointment. The Admissions team receive your application and take enquiries related to it (Student Services offer a drop-in service for welfare and financial advice) .