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How to Enrol

Welcome to enrolment 2024 - the information hub about how and when you should enrol. We look forward to seeing you soon!

Further information about how you can enrol will be available soon. Please keep checking back for updates.

Enrolment and induction... happens next

Your Enrolment Experience is the final stage of the application process to becoming a student at Bishop Burton College.

Enrolment will confirm your place on a course, the level of course you should take and any fees you may need to pay. This year, if you're enrolling on a Level 2 or 3 course you will also get to know your new classmates and learn a little about the college campus, its facilities and where you'll be studying; so you feel fully prepared for Induction Week and starting your course!

Our Admissions team will write to you with information about how to enrol and when. You can also see more information on how enrolment will work and Induction week below. 

Quick Q & A about your Enrolment Experience

Here are a few quick questions we get asked a lot.

What if I don’t get the results I was expecting?

If your results are better than you were expecting, not quite what you were hoping for, or if you've had a change of heart - don't worry. On Thursday 24 August (results day) our staff will be available to talk to you about your options and next steps.

When do I enrol?

You will get an invite in the post to come onto campus and enrol. 

I am a returning student, can I use my current College log in to enrol?

No - your enrolment user account is different to your usual College log in. An account must be created to access your pre-enrolment form, using the same email address your enrolment link has been sent to.

What do I need to bring with me to my Enrolment Experience?

When you come on to Campus after completing your Part 1 Enrolment online you will need to bring the following documents:

- Original certificates for all your exams/qualifications taken to date (such as GCSEs)

- Identification (ID) - one form of acceptable ID such as passport, birth certificate/adoption certificate, National Insurance card/letter, Home Office letter, National Identity Card and letter to show EU settlement, UK Naturalisation/Citizenship Certificate, Benefit letter (which states your name), Residence Permit Card, driving licence; plus evidence of any name change (if applicable)

You will need one form of the proof of identity above to be able to collect your College ID Card.


What happens if I can’t make my specified enrolment date?

If you’re away on holiday or have other commitments that mean you can’t make the enrolment date, don’t panic. We offer alternative dates where possible.


It's Not Too Late To Apply and Enrol For September 2024!

Find the perfect course for you here and follow the instructions on how to apply.

Enrolment

Induction Week

What if I've applied but haven't accepted my place?

Please email admissions@bishopburton.ac.uk as soon as possible confirming your acceptance so that we can ensure you receive the correct information for your course.

Parents, carers and next of kin

We’ll be sending an information guide to all parents, carers and next of kin of our new students through the post in the first couple of week in August. This will include an introduction to the college, advice on supporting your young person as they make the transition to Bishop Burton, information on all the support available and key contacts you may need.

If you do have any queries or concerns before you hear from us in the meantime please contact Admissions on admissions@bishopburton.ac.uk.

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