Limited places for September start remain. Click here for details of how to apply and enrol. 

Enrolment for Full-Time Applicants

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

Full-Time Further Education Applicants

Have you already applied to study on a course with us?

NO - It is not too late to apply and you can still enrol with us from 31 August. Apply now for your course via our online application form, to apply for an apprenticeship please apply via the course webpage. You will receive an email to confirm enrolment arrangements for your course.

YES – You will have been sent an email confirming the enrolment arrangements for your course. If you have not received this then first check your email SPAM folder and if still no success email adviceteam@nescot.ac.uk providing your name, date of birth and course applied for. You will need to ensure you follow the instruction in the email and complete your Get Ready for College form before you come for your appointment. This will speed up the process for you. Click here for video guidance on completing your Get Ready for College form

Enrolment continues from 31 August for those applicants who have not enrolled already. Enrolment is by appointment only and we cannot facilitate applicants arriving at the College with no invitation.

Once you complete your application, you will receive an email and/or phone call to confirm enrolment arrangements for your course.

Your appointment will be with a subject teacher and will ensure that the course is right for you. It is also a chance to check that you have all the information you need before starting with us.

*Please note, all places remain conditional on meeting the course entry criteria until enrolment is complete.

If your course requires a reference from your school please make sure the school reference form is completed.


Your email invitation

The enrolment invitation email will ask you to complete an online 'Ready for College' form via our online portal. It is important you do this in advance of your appointment if possible.

We will also require you to either have copies of your actual GCSE results prior to your appointment in August/September.

Applicants who apply now will be invited to an enrolment appointment during the week commencing 31 August 

Once you have completed your 'Get ready for College' form, you will be prompted to upload a scan/photo of your GCSE or other results via the enrolment portal.  Please upload a clear copy of your results/certificates.  If you having any problems uploading your results please follow our guide here
Please note all items uploaded must be under 10mb and will be subject to our Privacy Policy. You can upload the following file types: Word documents, Excel spreadsheets and images (.DOC; .DOCX; .XLS; .XLSX; .PDF; .TXT; .JPG; .GIF; .BMP; .TIFF; .PPT; .RTF; .PNG; .FPX; .PCD).

Starting your course

Induction for full-time students will start from 31 August 2021 with teaching starting from 6 September 2021. (Foundations students will begin induction from 26 August). Full term dates here. We are still enrolling students over this time and will ensure any 'late' enrolments have a full induction. 

Check information about your first day here

Questions or problems?

If you have any questions about our enrolment process please contact our Advice Team by emailing adviceteam@nescot.ac.uk or calling 020 8394 3038

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.