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Enrolment 2017

Enrolment is the final stage in becoming a student at Nescot where your place on your course is confirmed. Enrolment takes place from 30 August - 8 September and each course has a specific day for enrolment. Please note the first term starts on 11 September, please try to enrol before this date to ensure you do not miss any classes. We accept late enrolments until Thursday 21 September.

Have you already applied?

If you have applied and been offered a place on a course you will have received a letter giving you a time and date to enrol. Please keep to this time and date if you can. This will help us reduce your waiting time, but you can attend on any day.

If you do not have a letter or are unable to attend on the day your letter says you are welcome to come to enrolment but please contact our Advice & Guidance team first on 020 8394 3038.

Don't panic, it's not too late. We are still accepting enrolments until 21 September.

Visit our enrolment team on Mondays-Thursdays: 5.30-7.00pm. If you apply online before coming in this will speed up your enrolment process.

To speed this along...

You may wish to apply for your course online before coming to Enrolment.

Apply for a course at Nescot

We still have places on some courses but please be aware that many will fill quickly, especially our 'High Demand' courses (shown here with course codes):

  • Carpentry & Joinery: Level 1 CSKILLS Diploma (N2004)
  • Computing - IT Users Level 1 (N3414) & Computing: Level 2 Certificate in Information and Creative Technology BTec (N3209)
  • Media Production - Level 2 UAL Diploma (N5587) & Level 3 Extended Diploma (N5588)
  • NEXTGEN Games, Animation & VFX Skills Level 3 (N5768)
  • Electrical Installation: Level 2 City & Guilds Diploma (N2205)
  • Foundations: Full Time (N5434)
  • Hair & Media Make-Up: Level 2 City & Guilds Diploma (N4369)
  • Light Motor Vehicle Maintenance: IMI Level 1 Diploma (N2241)
  • Carpentry and Joinery: Level 2 Apprenticeship (N8501)
  • Electrical: Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship (N8552)

If you are interested in any High Demand courses, have any general questions, or you'd like an informal chat with a trained careers advisor, call our Advice and Guidance team on 020 8394 3038.

What do I need to do to bring?

1. Your certificates or exam results slip

2. Fees to pay for your course and/or safety equipment or uniform

3. Proof of any benefits you are receiving

How long will it take?

We will be as quick and efficient as we can. During busy periods it can take up to two hours or more to enrol, so please allow plenty of time.

Getting Here

Nescot is easily accessible by car, train or bus and you can find the best way for you to travel to the college here. If you are travelling by car please follow the signs and directions provide to our carparks. Your enrolment will start in the Skills Park reception, we have signposted the way to the reception from the College entrances and car-parks and please do not hesitate to ask any of our staff for help.

Do I have to stay on at school?


You can choose Nescot
instead of your school
sixth form.

Will I still be able to go to university?


Nescot offers a different
route to university.

Can Nescot help me get a job?


Our courses prepare you for employment.
We provide you with practical experience,
not just theory learnt in a classroom.

£30 million investment in our campus Good with Outstanding features - Ofsted 2010 We have the highest point score in Surrey of any other Further Education college
Brand-new, state-of-the-art buildings and facilities

Rated 'Good' by Ofsted in January 2016 - find out more

A huge range of vocational courses
We are the only college to have a REED NCFE employment centre on campus 1st in England, 3rd in UK - WorldSkills UK 2014 finals Lecturers with specialist industry knowledge
A dedicated Employer Hub, with staff to help you find a job Winners of gold, silver and bronze at WorldSkills UK Lecturers with specialist industry knowledge
Personalised teaching and specialist support Large car park, good transport links Starbucks Café on campus
Personalised teaching and specialist learning support A safe, green campus, large car park and good transport links Starbucks Café on campus





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