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Enrolment for Part-Time Applicants

Please read the information below carefully as it will help you to enrol at the right time and avoid any unnecessary waits.

Part-time courses for adults

What happens next?

  • You will be invited to enrolment. This is when you become a Nescot student. We'll send you an email in July with your appointment date and time, and tell you what to bring with you. You can change the appointment if necessary.
  • Enrolment starts from 21 August. Part-time students can normally enrol at a convenient time for you in the evening. 

If you haven't applied for a course yet but you'd like to join us in September, have a look at our courses and apply today to join us in September.

If you have any questions about our enrolment process please contact our Advice Team by emailing or calling 020 8394 3038

What to do before enrolment

Before your enrolment appointment you need to log in to your applicant portal and check you have completed your Get Ready for College form. Please make sure you have included all relevant qualifications and added the subject, level, grade, and the date. To access the applicant portal please click here. 

What to bring with you to enrolment
  • You must bring evidence of your identification. We won’t be able to enrol you without this. Please bring your passport, if you have one.
  • Your offer is also conditional on you meeting the entry requirements of the course, so please make sure you bring any documents you need to show this. This might include GCSE results. You can find the entry requirements on our website.
  • If your course requires you to have a DBS check (formerly called a CRB check) you will need to bring certain identity documents to your enrolment appointment. You can find out which documents you will need on our website here
  • If your course requires you to have a uniform or other equipment you will need to buy or order this at enrolment. You can find out more about this on our website here. 
  • You can also read more about fees, bursaries and loans, including how to apply and what documents you will need, on our website here. 
  • If you are a non-UK national you will be asked to do a home/overseas assessment form, and you will also need to bring your passport with you to enrol, as well as your residency permit or evidence of your current residency status in the UK. If you are an EU national then the college is required to verify your settled or pre-settled status. You can find out more on our website here.
At your appointment

You will have a chat with your tutor and make sure that the subject and the level you’ve applied for are right for you. You will also be able to talk to specialist teams including Learning Support and Student Finance, and to buy any uniform or equipment you need for your course. You’ll also be given the details for your first day at Nescot.

You will also need to pay (or make arrangements to pay) all course fees due. Please see information on paying your fee 

If you can't make your appointment

Enrolment is the process of becoming a Nescot student. Our courses are in high demand, and your place is not guaranteed until you have enrolled. If you are unable to make the appointment we offer you and you are a full-time Further Education student (a school leaver), or you are a university-level (Higher Education) student, please call Advice and Guidance on 020 8394 3038. If you are an Adult student, we will not be able to guarantee you a place if you do not come to your scheduled enrolment appointment.

What can I study?

We believe that Nescot has a qualification for everyone, whatever your goals are. We also have a wide range of facilities that are open to the public.

  • Part-time courses for adults: We offer courses that fit around your existing commitments, whether you're aiming for a promotion, a career change or a new hobby. Choose your qualification here.
  • University-level qualifications: Our courses include HNCs, HNDs, top-up years, foundation degrees and more. Learn more here.
  • Distance learning: Many of our courses can be studied by distance learning, with subjects ranging from health and social care to business - and many of them are absolutely free. Find out more here.