Everything you need to know about applying:
Watch This Overview
Obtain a copy of the Prospectus
Normally open evenings take place on the Wednesday and Thursday evenings immediately preceding the autumn half term holiday
This is an opportunity to visit the College, meet our staff and students, view our facilities, pick up a new prospectus and find out more about the courses that we offer. Please see our 'Announcements' box on the homepage for details as they emerge.
Decide on programme of study
Complete on-line application
Applications are made online via the College website. Please do not rush, as it is important that you make the appropriate choice of programme and subjects. This works on an annual cycle: Applications open immediately after the October Open Evenings and close at the end of January, for entry the following September
When applications are Open, you will find the Apply Now link on the Home Page in the Applications section, or in the Latest Announcements section 'Online Applications Now Open' and then you will be able to click on the 'Submit Application' link.
Carefully complete the various sections on the form, giving as much detail as you can. You should apply for just one of the two programmes of study (i.e. A Levels or Advanced Foundation Programme). If you are unsure which to apply for, please do not be concerned, as if your choice later proves unsuitable, this can be changed as part of our interview process.
When you have applied, if you realise that you have made a mistake please DO NOT submit a second application as this can cause confusion. You should email the Admissions Office and explain the changes that you wish to make. firstname.lastname@example.org
Keep in touch
Please do keep in touch and let us know if there are any factors that change in relation to your application, such as a change of address or examination entries or if there are significant health or other issues which affect your examinations. email@example.com
The majority of our interviews take place by phone between November and March
You will be asked to email your personal statement to firstname.lastname@example.org prior to your interview.
The personal statement should outline your main achievements both in and out of school and your current career plans including any university course ideas.
In area applicants
Offer/Acceptance letter issued at interview
Out of area applicants
If you live outside the Priority Admission Area of the College and do not attend one of the first priority schools – any offer of a place will be posted to you by Mid-March. Please note the College expects to be oversubscribed in this category.
All successful applicants will be invited to an induction day at college, after exams end in June. Information and dates of our induction days will be included in successful applicant's offer letters.
The aims of induction are as follows:
Late August/ Early September
The dates of the enrolment days are given in successful applicant's offer letters