We hope to make our admission process as straightforward for you. Before you apply for any of our courses, students and their sponsors are strongly advised to read and familiarise themselves with the college admission policies, regulations and terms conditions.
When to Apply
There is no set time to apply as most of our courses start in September, January and April. However, we encourage potential students to apply early to avoid any disappointment as a result of not getting a place. International applicants should also allow time to obtain a Visa.
Stage 1: Complete Application Form
After familiarising yourself with the college policies, select the course or program you are interested in and complete the application form thoroughly. Complete an online form or download one, complete it and send it back to us at 37 Tamworth Road, Croydon, CRO 1XT. Please remember to upload all required documents as specified. All application forms must be accompanied by:
Stage 2: Accept or Reject Our Conditional Offer
Should your application meet all the necessary requirements, the college registrar will then write to you offering you a place on the course. The letter will also indicate the fees you need to pay as well as the methods of payment. An Acceptance form will also be attached which you must complete fully and return to us as soon as possible to confirm that you wish to proceed with your application.
Stage 3 – Fee Payment
You will need to pay your fees at this stage that is 50% of your course/tuition fee for the first academic year or course period you have selected.
Stage 4. Issue of Admission Letter
Upon the receipt of the initial deposit of 50% of the course fees and a completed Acceptance Form, you will be sent a ‘Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies’ (CAS) letter. Please note that a CAS is normally valid for 6 months from the date it was issued.
When You Arrive to Enroll, Please Bring the Following:
The admission team would check the originals copy of your documents and certificates. You will be asked to take the college’s assessment test this will enable us to place you on to the right course level.
The College, therefore, retains the right to review your placement on your chosen course when you arrive or during the first few weeks of term. Should this be necessary, you may be offered a place on another course, which is deemed more appropriate for you.
If for any reason the course for which you have been accepted does not run, we may offer you a place on another appropriate course. You should be aware that if there is no other suitable course the college cannot be held liable for any unconvinced.