When should I enrol?
We start enrolling new students in August. If you have already been offered a place please stick to your appointment time and date in your enrolment letter. This will reduce queues. If you haven't applied yet, you are welcome to come to our open enrolment sessions, which are listed below.
- Tuesday August 27: 10am to 6.30pm
- Wednesday August 28: 10am to 6.30pm
- Thursday August 29: 9.30am to 6.30pm
- Friday August 30: No enrolment
- Monday September 2 to Thursday September 5: 5.30-7pm
- Monday September 9 to Thursday September 12: 5.30-7pm
LIVE ENROLMENT NEWS: Please note the following courses are now full. If you were planning to enrol on any of the following please click here to join our waiting list.
FULL: Level 3 Electrical Part-Time Evening (click here to join waiting list).
Term Dates: Classes start on Monday, September 2. For our full term dates, click here.
What should I bring?
All applicants must bring:
1. Your certificates, or exam results slip
2. Fees to pay for your course. Students aged 16 to 18 studying FE courses, or those aged 16 to 24 with a valid EHCP, don't usually pay course fees. Students aged 19 and over usually do need to pay course fees. You can find out more information online here. If your employer is funding your course you will need to bring a letter confirming this, on company headed paper.
3. Fees to pay for any protective clothing and/or equipment. You should have this ready for starting your course in September. For more information see the pages of the course you have applied for
4. Proof of any benefits you are receiving
Some students will also need to bring:
- If you are applying to study Health and Social Care, Childcare, Counselling, Osteopathic Medicine, Sports Therapy, Healthcare Play Specialism or Teacher Training, you will need to have a DBS check (formerly called a CRB). You will need to bring three forms of identification, and your national insurance number.
- If you are applying for university-level study you will need to bring your passport, driving licence, or birth certificate
- If you are applying for an apprenticeship you will also need to bring your national insurance number, passport or driving licence, and a proof of address
- If you are not an EU passport holder you should bring your passport and any residency documents
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.
If you have any questions about enrolment, or about studying at Nescot, call our Advice and Guidance team on 020 8394 3038. You can also have an informal chat with a trained careers advisor, to help you plan the best career route for you.
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've already applied, you will have been sent a letter telling you when to enrol and what to bring with you. Please stick to the date if you can. That will help us to manage any queues. If you haven't received your letter, or you have any questions, just call our Advice and Guidance team on 020 8394 3038.
If you haven't applied yet but want to study at Nescot in September, apply online today.
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.