Application Form

You can either apply on-line by completing the below form, or download the application form  

We look forward to hearing from you. 

* First Name
* Last Name
* Email



*Home Address
*Date of Birth
*Telephone Number
*Mobile Number
Country of ordinary residence for the past three years
Present School/College (if applicable)
Course Choices:
(please note that this selection is NOT final, and changes can be made at the enrolment stage when you know your examination results)

Subject/Course Title
Type/Level* (if known)
*Career aim
Learner Support:
Please complete the following questions as fully as possible.
If you have a disability or learning difficulty, the College wants to give you the opportunity to discuss your needs, in confidence if you wish, to help you get the best from your course.
Any disclosure of disability will be used only to help us to ensure that we make any responsible adaptions that would support you in your course.
Do you wish to make an appointment to discuss your needs with an appropriate staff member?

If you consider yourself to have a disability or health problem, please enter here
If you consider yourself to have a learning difficulty, please enter here
Examinations and Qualifications to date: (please provide details of all GCSE/AS, A2/NVQ/BTEC examinations taken to date, with expected or actual grades)
The College collects information about all students for various administrative, academic and health and safety reasons. Because of the Data Protection Act 1998, we need your consent before we can do this. Since we cannot operate the College effectively without processing information about you, we need you to give your consent to the following consent to process clause.
I agree to the College processing personal data contained in this form, or other data which the College may obtain from me or other people, whilst I am a student. I agree to the processing of such data for any purpose connected with my studies or my health and safety whilst on the premises or for any other legitimate reason.
I AGREE and confirm that the information I have given is correct:

If you require any further information about Data Protection, please contact Bev Jackson on 01691 688 000.
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