Apply Online

Our apply online enquiry form will begin your process of applying to Bishop Burton College.

The form below gives us some basic information about yourself including your contact details, your interests and your career goals.

If you are unsure which course is right for you or what area you would like to study in, we are happy to meet with you for an informal chat. Parents are welcome to come to meet as well. To arrange a time to meet please contact us or telephone the college at 0800 731 8281.

To find out more about the application process please visit our How To Apply page.

Personal Details

Please provide next of kin details (must be parent or guardian) if you are under 18 years

Study Details


Your present/last school

Please list all secondary schools attended up to the age of 16, with dates of entering and leaving

SchoolFrom DateTo Date


Please list all the qualifications you gained at school

QualificationsSubjectDate TakenGrades

Further Study

Please list all full-time and part-time courses which you have followed since the ago of 16


Learning Difficulty/Disabilities

a) Do you think that you have any learning difficulties or disabilities?

Please tick the relevant box below.

b) Are you registered disabled?

Practical Experience

Please give brief details of all full and part-time experience relevant to your preferred programme of study

Employer's Name and AddressDatesDuties

Interests & Hobbies

Please include interests, hobbies, team memberships, sporting or other successes, club membership - and any information you may think important to support your application (continue on a separate sheet if necessary).

Career Ambitions

Please state your future career ambitions



Please give the full name, address and occupation of two people willing to recommend you.

If you are still at school one of these must be your Head of year: Please note that referees must not be relatives.

Failure to provide this information may result in a delay in the application being processed.

Criminal Convictions

The College has a duty of care, particulary to learners who are under 18 years of age. In view of this all applicants are required to declare any criminal convictions. All information given will be treated as sensitive data under the Data Protection Act and dealt with in accordance with our Equal Opportunities Policy and Admissions Policy.

Do you have any unspent criminal convictions? (excluding fixed penalty driving offences)

If YES you will be asked for further details at interview

How did you find out about this College?


I understand that the information forms the basis on which a place at the College may be offered to me, and declare these particulars are to the best of my knowledge correct. I also understand that the place may be withdrawn if undeclared criminal convictions come to light.

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