Decide which course you want to study. Please note that we are only able to process one application per person at any one time. You can get advice on which course to choose from either your Careers Advisor (if you are still at school) or you can call into one of our Student Services centres at any of our sites or telephone 01244 834511. You can also come along to one of our Open Evenings which will give you the opportunity to meet the tutors and discover more about the excellent facilities available.
Once you have decided which course you would like to study, it's now time to submit your application. You can apply for a full-time course from 14th November 2013 onwards, to do this either:
- Apply online
- Text APPDC and your name and address to 88020 to receive an application form through the post. (Texts are charged at your normal network rate).
- Download an application form (click here) and post it to us (address to the right).
You will be invited to attend an informal interview with a tutor. If you are successful you will be given a conditional or unconditional offer on the course, or the tutor may refer you to a course which is better suited to your needs.
If you are successful you will need to enrol on the course and pay the £20 registration fee in order to reserve your place on the course. Please remember to bring payment with you to your interview.
If you have been given a conditional offer based on your GCSE results please come to college on either 22nd August 2013 or 23rd August 2013 to show your results and confirm your place on the course. If you do not obtain the required grades - don't worry as this is a good opportunity for you to come in and discuss your options with us.
You will be required to attend a New Student Day in July.
You will receive a letter from us in the Summer outlining the start date and time of your course, where you need to go and what you need to bring with you on your first day.
Start college and enjoy learning new and exciting subjects! You will meet and make new friends in readiness for employment or higher level study at a University.
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