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News: Getting ready for enrolment.

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We’re heading into our main college enrolment period and we can’t wait to meet you!

If you’ve applied to study with us here at Nottingham College, and have received an offer of a place, you will be invited to enrol with us.

Enrolment involves you meeting (virtually or physically) with a tutor, confirming your course choice, providing us with details of your grades, going through additional support requirements you may have, and completing the enrolment process. 

It’s a hugely busy and exciting time of the year and it’s a great opportunity to find out about all that’s on offer here at College. 

If you’re asked to come into college to enrol, don’t worry. We strictly follow the latest Covid guidance in order to keep you and all our students and staff safe. 

Your invitation to enrolment will be sent to you by email. Invitations will be sent to you well in advance of your enrolment date and if you can’t make the time and date you’ve been given, please don’t worry. There are opportunities for you to attend an alternative enrolment session. Just try and let us know before your scheduled slot.

Enrolment is when meet with a member of college staff and confirm your course/s. However you enrol (whether online or in person) you will be guided every step of the way and there will be staff on hand to help; so whether you need some directions or have questions you need answering, don’t be shy, ask away! We’re here to help make the process as smooth and straight forward as possible.

Enrolment usually takes place in the later part of the summer after results day. You’ll receive an email with everything you need to know – make sure to check your junk folder too.

If you applied to us and received an offer of a place BEFORE 23rd July 2021 then you will receive an email inviting you to enrol by the 6 August 2021. If this applies to you and you have not yet heard anything please give us a call on 0115 9100 100.

If you submitted an application AFTER 6pm on Thursday 22nd July you will receive what is known as a 'late offer'. This is usually within 48 hours, however we are processing a large amount of applications at the moment. Once you receive an offer you will be sent an email inviting you to book onto an enrolment slot for your chosen course.

This will depend on your course. Students aged 16 – 18 will be enrolled virtually through an online Microsoft Teams appointment with a course tutor. Students who may need a bit more support will be invited onto campus.

If you’re aged 19+ you will be invited to come onto campus so the team can support you with any fee arrangements and childcare applications for student finance.

Further information about Enrolment

We have lots of detailed information about enrolment including FAQs and how to get in touch with us on our dedicated web pages.

If you’re aged 16 – 18 we have produced an enrolment guide which covers everything you need to know.

Apply for September 2021

Whether you have your eyes firmly set on your goals or haven’t quite decided yet, we’ll help you take the next step towards your future. Our huge range of courses, outstanding student support, state-of-art facilities and fantastic student community mean you are perfectly placed to take your next steps, whatever you choose!

Applying is easy — browse our courses and visit our apply page, submit your application and we’ll be in touch soon!

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  • 21st June 2021 (1:56 PM)
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