Please state 'Course/Subject', 'Level/Qualification', 'Grade or Predicted' (where known), 'Year of Examination'. Please bring any certificates or evidence with you to interview.
Include why you want to do the course, your work experience, interests, etc…
The College has a duty of care to safeguard all learners, particularly those under the age of 18. In view of this, all learners are required to state if they have any unspent criminal convictions. Failure to disclose such convictions could result in action being taken under the College disciplinary procedures. All information given will be treated as sensitive data under the Data Protection Act 1998. If yes, a learner support interview will be arranged to discuss your enrolment. If during your course you are convicted of a criminal offence, you are required, in confidence, to inform the Head of Student Services. Disclosure of convictions will not usually prevent you from studying at the College but may affect your choice of course.
If you answered 'No' to this question, we will need to see your passport and Home Office immigration documents. You may be asked to provide evidence of residency. In order to qualify for College Bursary payments you must meet residency criteria. If you feel that you do not meet residency criteria, please tick the following box and an appointment will be made for you with a College representative.