ENROLMENT

It’s not too late to apply and enrol for a course this September! Download our enrolment guide here.

Whether you’re still unsure about what you want to study, or things didn’t go to plan on results day, we’re here for you every step of the way to ensure you’re on the right path to unlocking your potential.

Places on our courses fill up fast and are allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.

Have some questions? Speak to one of our Guidance & Support Officers on 020 3757 3000.

Unsure of how to enrol at the college or what you need? Everything you need to bring for Enrolment can be found below. Visit either of our Lewisham Way or Southwark Campuses to get started.

  • How do I enrol?

    You can come to the College on any of the dates on our enrolment calendar, but we advise you to enrol as early as possible to secure your place. You’ll need to come to the campus where your course will be based. Please note that Deptford students should come to the Lewisham campus to enrol. 

    It’s vital that you bring with you your ID and evidence of your exam results (along with details of any loans or financial assistance you’re applying for if you’re 19+). Otherwise, we won’t be able to enrol you.

    If you’ve applied and received an offer:

    Just come along and we’ll get you through the final stages of enrolment!

    Remember that we have a huge range of courses available at all levels so if your GCSE grades are lower than expected, come to your enrolment appointment anyway, and our Guidance and Progression team will help you discuss your options.

    If you’ve applied and not received an offer letter, or if you haven’t applied yet:

    You should come along on one of the enrolment days and we will get you on the right track to see people. You can apply and enrol on the same day.

    ESOL learners: Only come to campus if you have an appointment. If you haven’t got an appointment yet, please don’t come to campus. Our courses are very busy and have waiting lists.

  • What are the opening times?

    Both our Lewisham Way and Southwark campuses will be open for enrolment at the dates and times below.

    You’ll need to come to the campus where your course will be based. If you want to study on a Construction course (which will be delivered at our Deptford Bridge Campus), you should come to the Lewisham campus to enrol. 

    Enrolment DatesOpening Times
    Thursday 23rd August 10am-4pm (Priority 16-18 year olds)
    Friday 24th August 10am-4pm (Priority 16-18 year olds)
    Monday 27th August  BANK HOLIDAY - CLOSED
    Tuesday 28th August  9am-8pm 
    Wednesday 29th August  9am-6pm
    Thursday 30th August  9am-8pm 
    Friday 31st August  9am-3pm
    Saturday 1st September  10am-2pm
    Monday 3rd September 9am-6pm
    Tuesday 4th September 9am-8pm
    Wednesday 5th September  9am-6pm
    Thursday 6th September  9am-8pm
    Friday 7th September  9am-3pm

     

  • What will happen at enrolment?

    This will depend on your chosen course and whether you’ve already applied or not, but will include:

    • Filling in an application form (you skip this step if you have already received an offer)
    • Interview with an academic tutor to check through your academic evidence and confirm the course you would like to enrol on
    • Processing by our Admissions team including taking your photo for your College ID card

    You may also have:

    • English and maths assessments, if you are not able to provide evidence of your English and maths GCSE grades. These assessments are not exams, they’re just to check your current level to ensure we enrol you on the right course.
    • Discussion with our Additional Learning Support team if required
    • Fee assessment if required

    Our Guidance & Progression team, Apprenticeships team and Childcare Bursary advisors will also be available at every enrolment day to give you support and advice.

  • How long does enrolment take?

    You should expect to be with us for around 2 hours if you are NOT taking an English or maths assessment.

    If you are taking an English or maths assessment, these will take one hour each.

    We will do all we can to make things run as smoothly and quickly as possible, but please be patient: it’s important we cover everything properly at enrolment in order to avoid issues later on. The best time to arrive at the College is first thing in the morning in order to minimise waiting times.

  • What do I need to bring?

    To enrol, you will need to bring:

    • ID (passport, birth certificate, driving license or National Insurance card)
    • Exam result slips or qualification certificates
    • Enrolment letter and course offer if you have them
    • Record of achievement/progress file if you were at the College last year
    • Evidence of any loans you will be receiving, including the Student Loan and Advanced Learner Loan.

    If you’re not an EU national:

    • Evidence of your right to live and study in the UK.

    If you are on income-based benefits and seeking a fee discount:

    • Evidence of benefits received in your household (e.g. official notification letter or bank statement dated within the last two months showing your current home address)
    • Your National Insurance number if you receive JSA or ESA (WRAG).

    Download our Residency Status Evidence Guide

  • Additional Learning Support

    Our specialist Additional Learning Support teams will be on-hand to talk to you about any learning support you may need during your course.

    All our sites are fully accessible. If you will need additional support during enrolment (such as a signer or speaking guide), please let us know in advance by contacting This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

  • Fees, loans and bursaries

    For learners aged 16-18 our courses are free. If you want to apply for bursaries to cover costs related to attending College (such as free school meals and travel), you will be able to discuss this at enrolment in our Fee Assessment room.

    For adult learners (19+), you will be told how much you need to pay during your fee assessment at enrolment. You can pay your fees by cash, cheque and credit card, or set up a Direct Debit.

    If you have already arranged an Advanced Learner Loan or other financial support, you’ll need to bring evidence of this (an official letter showing your home address) with you to enrolment. If not, you will be able to apply for an Advanced Learner Loan at enrolment and we will take your application reference number as evidence of the loan, enabling us to enrol you. However, you must have your loan approved by 21 September 2018 to continue your studies. Find out more about financial support for adult learners.

  • When will I start my course?

    Our courses begin week commencing 10 September. You will be given your start date, along with your course timetable, at enrolment.

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