Please note: we will not be able to enrol you on the day if you do not bring your exam results and an acceptable form of ID to your enrolment session. See below for further information.
Our usual application process is now closed, but don’t worry, it's not too late to apply for a course!
Please call on 01483 44 85 85 to make an appointment for one of our late enrolment sessions.
At your enrolment session you will meet a dedicated course tutor who will be able to advise you on the best course for you. Please note that an appointment does not guarantee a place on one of our courses.
Please see 'Relevant Documents' section below, for a list of things you will need to bring on the day.
The below documents will be given to you when you arrive for your appointment.
You will need to bring an acceptable form of ID e.g. Passport, Driving Licence, National Insurance Card, Birth Certificate, credit or debit card, Examination Certificate or an ID Card
If you are a non-EU student, or have been living outside of the UK/EU for the past three years, you will be required to provide your passport and either a valid student visa or Home Office documents evidencing your right to live and study in England
Here is a complete list of all the documents you need to bring with you on the day:
- Document Checklist (green form in your Joining Pack)
- Qualifications on Entry Form (yellow form in your Joining Pack)
- Self-Declaration Consent Form (blue form in your Joining Pack)
- Finance and Fees - Financial Guarantor Form (white form in your Joining Pack)
- Acceptable form of ID
- Your exam results
If you are missing any of the above documents of require a new copy, please download them from the 'Related Documents' section to the left.
If required, you will need to pay any fees due or make arrangements for payment on the day of your enrolment.
Please see the 'Related Documents' section for full details regarding the Payment of Fees.
Step-By-Step Guide To Enrolment
To help make your enrolment run as smoothly as possible, we have produced a Step-by-Step Guide to Enrolment which will tell you how the day is run.
Other Useful Information
Information on the help available with fees, college bursaries, course costs and fee remission.
Information on how to get to college, links to bus and rail websites and information on what assistance may be available.
Information on the help that may be available from the College if you have a learning difficulty or disability or if you had extra time in exams or extra help when at school.
- Residential Accommodation
Information about our halls of residence at Merrist Wood College and staying with host families in the local area.
If you have any questions or queries, please call: 01483 44 85 85 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org