IT’S NOT TOO LATE TO GET BACK ON COURSE!
West London College offers courses for 16-18s and adults at all levels, including ESOL.
Not sure what to do next?
We can help you find the right course and offer advice and guidance on a range of topics including:
- How to change course if you have already enrolled at another sixth form/college
- What to do if you didn’t get the grades you needed at school or sixth form/college
- Alternative options if you don’t want to go to university
- Careers advice if you don’t know what course to choose next
- Financial support and free courses available
- How to find an Apprenticeship vacancy
What you need to bring to enrol
|Letters or Documents
Please bring any letters or documents you have received from us that relate to your application/offer.
Please bring your National Insurance Number as well as any one of the following:
UK/EU students: Your passport, driver's licence, birth certificate or EU ID Card
International students: Your UK Residence Permit, non-EU passport showing a valid visa, a letter from the Home Office or your solicitor, or Residential Card.
Bring your exam results and original copies of previous qualifications/certificates.
Bring cash, credit/debit card to pay for your course.
|Evidence of Income
If you are in receipt of state benefits or on a low income, you may be eligible for a reduction in fees. Please bring evidence of your benefits or payslips dated within the last three months from the date you enrol.
|19 or over and applying for a Level 3 course and above?
You may be eligible for an advanced learner loan. If you have applied for a loan please bring evidence. Learn more.
Bring evidence of your loan application or your confirmation letter. Learn more.
|Art & Design applicants (L1 - L5)
Please bring an extensive portfolio of your previous work, which should ideally include a variety of styles and techniques (observational, abstract, graphic design 2D & 3D etc) and use of different media (i.e. painting, drawing, digital, 3D pieces).
|Media applicants (L1 - L3)
If possible, bring a portfolio of previous work (video, photography, animations, scripts & storyboards, print and digital materials, examples of continuous writing etc). Work can be demonstrated via YouTube links etc if appropriate.