Drop-in Enrolment

If you haven’t applied for a course with us but would still like to enrol, please come along to one of our Colleges to complete your enrolment.

 Places are limited so make sure you come in as soon as possible to secure your place.

 

The following Colleges will be open for enrolment:

Hammersmith & Fulham College

Ealing Green College (also enrolling for Park Royal College courses)

Southall Community College (also enrolling for West London Construction Academy courses)

 

Please see below for details of drop-in enrolment sessions:

Date Time College(s)
Friday 20 September 2019 11am - 3pm

Hammersmith & Fulham College

Ealing Green College

Southall Community College

 

What you need to bring to enrol

Please remember that if you do not bring all the required information you may not be allowed to enrol and your place could be offered to someone else.

Identity Check

Please provide proof of your identity, accepted documentation must be the original and can be any of the below:

  • Passport
  • Driving Licence
  • National Insurance Card
  • ID Card or other form of national identification
  • Birth Certificate
  • Proof of Age Card
  • Examination Certificate
  • Credit or Debit 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.

Proof of Qualifications

  • Examination certificates or proof of results for all under 19s and a completed Qualification on Entry form
  • Examination certificates for 19+ students claiming a Level Offer 

Financial Information

All students aged 19 years or over are expected to pay tuition, registration, exam fees and all other course related costs. Fees must be paid at enrolment.

Some assistance with these costs may be available depending on your circumstances and the latest government funding position. This does not apply to HNCs/Ds, Foundation Degrees, Degrees or courses that do not attract government funding.

 

Fee Remission

If you are applying for Fee Remission you must meet the criteria below and provide original evidence dated within 3 months of the start date of your course and it must be in your name. (Please note Access to Higher Education and all other Level 3 or higher courses are not eligible for this fee remittance).

 

Unemployment Offer - one or more of the following apply:

  • In receipt of Job Seeker's Allowance (JSA), including those receiving National Insurance credits only
  • In receipt of Employment & Support Allowance (ESA)
  • In receipt of Universal Credit, earn either less than 16 times the National Minimum Wage a week or £338 per month (individual claim) / £541 per month (joint claim)

 

Benefit Offer - both conditions must be met:

  1. In receipt of one of the following and earn either less than 16 times the National Minimum Wage a week or £338 per month (individual claim) / £541 per month (joint claim)
    • Income Support
    • Housing Benefit
    • Working Tax Credit
    • Pension Credit Guarantee
  2. Want to be employment (or progress into more sustainable employment), and the learning is directly relevant to your employment

 

Low Wage (London)

If you are aged 19+ and studying a funded Level 2 course or below, live in London, with an annual gross salary of £20,572.50 (based on a 37.5 hour contract), you will need to provide a recently dated wage slip (within the last 3 months).

 

Low Wage

If you are aged 19+ and studying a funded Level 2 course or below, do not live in a Mayoral Combined Authority (MCA), with an annual gross salary of £16,009.50 (based on a 37.5 hour contract), you will need to provide a recently dated wage slip (within the last 3 months).

 

Level Offer

If you are aged 19-23 at the start of your course and are studying your first full Level 1, 2 or 3 qualification, your fees may be remitted based on your prior qualifications. Please bring evidence of your qualifications. If your qualifications were attained overseas, a further equivalency check will also be required at enrolment.

 

19+

If you are studying a Level 3 qualification and to not meet the Level Offer criteria above, there may be an Advanced Learner Loan available to help you pay for your course. See the government website for details. You will require a loan letter supplied by us to apply.

 

Further Financial Support

If you are need of financial support to help with the costs associated with coming to College (e.g. travel, food, material costs, childcare), there are bursaries available to those students who are on benefits or are a dependant of someone in receipt of benefits and who have low household income. Details of what is available, eligibility criteria and how to apply can be found below:

Financial Support 16-18

Financial Support 19+

 

Payment of Fees

We accept the following methods of payment:

  • Cash, credit or debit card (we are unable to accept American Express or Diners Club)
  • Authorisation to invoice (for students being supported by employers only)
  • Advanced Learner Loan - letter confirming the loan
  • Student Loans Company (SLC) - letter confirming the loan
  • Fee installment plan 

Please remember that if you do not bring all the required information you may not be allowed to enrol and your place could be offered to someone else.

 

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

 

For more information on Additional Learning Support, please download our ALS Guide.