Level 2 Study Programmes
We offer a one year Level 2 programme for students wishing to improve their grades or take extra subjects.
Applications are welcome from all students with predominantly grades 3 or D-E and above, in GCSEs or equivalent Level 2 qualifications.
Level 3 Study Programmes
We welcome applications from all students who have achieved at least 5 GCSEs, or equivalent, at grades 4-9 or A*-C, including English and Mathematics.
Some courses do have additional entry requirements which we use for the benefit of our students, to maximise their chances of success. Details can be found on each of the course pages in the prospectus and on the website.
Admission Appeals Procedure
In the rare event that consensus on suitability for a course or admission to college cannot be found, the Complaints Procedure will need to be followed.
From September: Prospectuses are available in partner schools or direct from the College upon request. Alternatively, the website has a read online version and a PDF download.
Careers and Further Education evenings
- Autumn and Spring terms: College staff visit schools to take part in Careers and Further Education evenings.
- January: Prospective students are invited on a school basis to visit the College and to meet staff and students.
Submission of application forms
- All applicants should apply directly to the College via our online application form.
- There will be no closing date for the reciept of applications, but we strongly advise for your to submit your applications by Friday, 16th February 2024 to ensure the offer of a place in September.
- March, April and May: Interviews are usually held in partner schools.
- February onwards: Applicants from schools other than partner schools are interviewed at College.
Offers of a place will normally be made on receipt of your application.
- GCSE results for 2024 – 22nd August 2024