Enrolment :: Bishop Burton College

Enrolment

New Further Education Students

This year, we have made it as simple as possible to enrol with us before the start of term on Monday, 2 September 2019. If you've applied in advance, you should have received information specific to your course - if you haven't, you can search for your course on our dedicated enrolment website. If you've not yet applied for a course, but would like to continue your studies with us, simply pop along to any of our enrolment days and our team will help you complete the enrolment process. 

Enrolment Dates

For all Further Education courses bar Foundation Studies, enrolment will take place during the following dates and times:

Thursday 22 August - 10am to 8pm

Friday 23 August - 10am to 3pm

Tuesday, 27 August - 10am to 5pm

Wednesday, 28 August - 10am to 8pm 

Thursday, 29 August - 10am to 5pm 

Friday, 30 August - 10am to 3pm

Foundation Studies students can attend on the following dates:

Friday 23 August (10am - 3pm)

Wednesday 28 August (10am - 8pm)

Friday 30 August (10am - 3pm)

If you can't make any of these dates, please pop in on the first day of term - Monday, 2 September. You can catch the college buses for the first week of term without having a student ID card, so as long as you let us know that you've not enrolled when you arrive on your first day, we'll get that sorted for you. 

Maths and English Certificates

Please remember to bring along a record of your GCSE qualifications. For your Maths, English Language and Speaking and Listening exams, we require your raw scores from the exams as well as your grade. These can be found on your certificates or from your school. 

New Further Education Residential Students

The Year 1 Further Education Residential Welcome event is on Sunday, 1 September 2019.

Year 1 Further Education residential students should follow the Residential Welcome Event Programme which will be sent to you in due course. This document will give you clear instructions about what time to arrive through to what is going to happen on this important day. 

Please remember to ensure you have read, signed and returned your Accommodation Agreement and paid the first instalment of your accommodation fee prior to arrival to avoid a delay in accessing your accommodation.

Returning Further Education Students

If you are a returning further education student, you will be re-enrolling onto your courses on Thursday, 5 September. Please ensure you arrive by 9am as usual. You will be able to use the college buses as usual without a new ID card. 

At re-enrolment, you won't need to bring anything, other than your £70 campus fee, which will need to be paid before you can receive your new student ID card. 

Please ensure you bring practical equipment as many of you will be doing practical lessons on the Thursday and Friday of that week. Your course tutor will provide you with your new timetable for term one when they meet with you on 5 September. 

If you are a returning student, but progressing onto the next level (i.e. Level 2 to Level 3), you need to re-enrol as a NEW student - please see the information above. 

Returning Further Education Residential Students

Year 2 Further Education residential students are welcome to move back into accommodation anytime from Monday, 2 September 2019.  Please remember to ensure you have read, signed and returned your Accommodation Agreement and paid the first instalment of your accommodation fee prior to arrival to avoid a delay in accessing your accommodation.

New Degree Students

If you're planning to start a degree with us this September, you will be enrolled on Monday, 16 September 2019. All 'top up' programme students will enrol on Thursday, 19 September 2019. If you are a distance learner, please see below.

If you've pre-applied through UCAS, you should have received an email detailing everything you need to know about studying your degree at Bishop Burton. If you've not received the email, you can search for your course on our dedicated enrolment website

Please plan to spend the full day with us, as we'll be completing much of your induction into the campus and your new programme on that date. 

Make sure you keep an eye out for details of Freshers' Week wristbands, which will be for sale soon!

New Residential Degree Students

The Year 1 Degree Residential Welcome event is on Sunday, 15 September 2019.

You should follow the Residential Welcome Event Programme, which will be sent to you in due course. This document will give you clear instructions about what time to arrive through to what is going to happen on this important day.

Please remember to ensure you have read, signed and returned your Accommodation Agreement and bring evidence with you of your student maintenance loan in order to access your accommodation.

Returning Degree Students

If you are a returning degree student, you will be re-enrolling on specific days during Freshers' Week (wristbands will be for sale soon) depending on your level of study. You will need to arrive to college by 10am in order to complete your re-enrolment and induction onto the next level of your programme. 

The dates are as follows:

  • Tuesday, 17 September - All second years, plus any direct entries onto year two.
  • Thursday, 19 September - All third years and those moving onto 'top up' programmes (both returning students and direct entries into the top up year)
  • Friday, 20 September - All MSc students (both years).
    • Please note, MSc students are also expected to attend the block session which takes place on Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 September 2018.

If you are a part-time student, you will come in on the day relevant to your level of study and will enrol at the same time as those studying the full-time programme. 

Returning Residential Degree Students

Year 2 and Year 3 residential degree students are welcome to return to accommodation anytime from 3pm on Sunday, 15 September 2019. This is to enable you to attend Freshers’ Week, which begins the same evening.

Please remember to ensure you have read, signed and returned your Accommodation Agreement and bring evidence with you of your student maintenance loan in order to access your accommodation.

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