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What is enrolment?

Enrolment is your final stage of becoming a Nescot student. Everyone needs to enrol, whether they're a full-time student or an apprentice, or studying part-time or university-level qualifications. We will talk to you about your career plans and your results, and make sure you're on the course and the level that suits you best.

If you haven't applied yet but want to study at Nescot in September, apply online today.

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Full-time Further Education (FE) students

In order to maintain safety for our staff, students and their families under the social distancing rules, this year we will be enrolling all our students online rather than at college.

We started enrolment for most of our applicants in June, and will be enrolling the remainder of our applicants from August 20. For applicants not invited to enrol in June, we will be sending out enrolment appointment invitations to the email address provided in your initial application to us. You will receive this in early July.

Enrolment appointments will take place with our curriculum team over the phone, using the number provided in your application, and the remainder of the process will continue by email and using our oline enrolment portal.

Late Applicants

We will still continue to accept applications over the summer period.

Applicants who apply over the summer will be sent invitations to enrolment appointments in August.

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The National Careers Service (NCS) is offering a free exams results helpline. This will be open from 8am until 10pm every day from August 12 to 28. Students, parents and carers and careers advisers can speak to an adviser by phone, or on Twitter @Exam_Helpline. To contact the helpline call 0800 100 900.

The NCS is also running a virtual careers fair to help young people looking for advice on their next steps. There will be live question and answer sessions with advisers, and information from local and national organisations. People aged 16 can attend on Tuesday August 25, and those aged 18 can attend on Monday August 24. To register, click here.

The Enrolment Process

All communications for the enrolment process will be via the email address that you registered with us on your college application. We will also be contacting you through the summer using WhatsApp.





You will receive an email containing a date and time for your enrolment appointment.
Appointments will be over the phone.
For students enrolling in June these will be sent out the week commencing June 8.
For students enrolling in August these will be sent out throughout the summer.





A teacher from your new college curriculum area will call you for a short telephone interview.
They will ensure that your course choice is the right course for you.
They will ask you about predicted grades if you are enrolling in June.
They will ask you about actual grades if you are enrolling in August.





Once the teacher has confirmed your place on the course,
you will receive an email with a link to an online enrolment form for you to complete.
You can use a PC, laptop or even smartphone.
Once completed your place will be held, but will remain conditional on you meeting the course entry criteria.




If you have additional learning support needs then this will be picked up from the enrolment form.
A member of our Learning Support Team will call you to have a conversation to assess your needs.




If you enrol in June you will receive an email during the summer.
This will provide details of your first day at College and information about any kit you need to obtain for your course.
For students enrolling in August you will receive this shortly after your interview.




If you enrol in June you will be asked to upload copies of your actual results when received on 20th August.
If you enrol in August you will be asked to upload these following your interview.
The teachers will review these to ensure that you have met the course entry criteria.




You will start on your course at Nescot.
If you had not met the entry criteria for your course then on your first day your teacher will discuss this with you.
They will move you to a more suitable level or course.
CLICK HERE FOR INFORMATION ABOUT FIRST DAY DATES AND TIMES


Keep an eye out for emails!

Congratulations! You have now taken the next step towards your future career and are now a student at Nescot.


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Enrolment for part-time students

If you have applied to study on a part-time basis with us then over the summer you will be emailed an invitation for an enrolment appointment in either the week commencing August 17, or the week commencing August 24. We will send this invitation by email, proposing a date and time for a member of our curriculum team to call you for an enrolment interview. You will then be asked to complete an enrolment form online and will be directed to make payment via our online payment portal.

Enrolment for university-level (Higher Education) students

If you have applied to study on a Higher Education course you will be invited to enrol from August 18, following the release of A-Level and other Level 3 results. We will send this invitation by email, proposing a date and time for a member of our curriculum team to call you for an enrolment appointment. You will then be asked to complete an enrolment form online and will be either provide confirmation of your student loan or directed to make payment via our online payment portal.

If you have any questions regarding our enrolment process then please use our online contact form.

We are still interviewing for the 2020 intake for the Foundation Degree in Early Years - applications must be made via UCAS - click here to apply


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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.