Late enrolment 2018

Places available on some courses starting in September 2018 at Nescot, near Epsom

Click here to apply online for full-time and part-time courses:

How to enrol

Once you've applied online, you'll need to come in to Nescot to enrol. You can come in from 5.30-7pm from Monday September 10 to Thursday 13, and from Monday September 17 to Thursday September 20. If you're applying for a full-time course you'll need to bring your GCSE results. If you're an adult you'll need to be able to pay your fees, and some courses require you to buy uniform or equipment. If you're receiving benefits please bring proof. If you're not sure what to bring, just call the Advice and Guidance team on 020 8394 3038.

Why choose Nescot?

  • We get you ready for your career. You’ll be taught by people with specialist industry knowledge, and you can expect practical lessons based on what you’ll be doing at work.
  • We have great facilities, including our on-site Starbucks, hair and beauty salon, gym, and even a high ropes adventure course.
  • You can expect a great experience at Nescot. As well as exceptional teaching and facilities, you’ll make new friends and have access to free activities and clubs.
  • We treat our students like adults. Studying at Nescot is very different from being at school.
  • We have a great reputation, and we were rated Good by Ofsted in 2016.
  • We’re easy to get to. We’re walking distance from both Ewell East and Ewell West train stations, and we have a large free car park and secure bicycle storage.
  • You can take part in national and international competitions, like WorldSkills, to hone your skills and help you stand out.
  • You’ll get plenty of support from specialised teams, from Advice and Guidance to Student Finance and Learning Support.
  • We work closely with employers, so you can be sure that your qualifications, assignments and our facilities mirror what you’ll be doing in your career.
  • We have great progression opportunities – you can stay on at Nescot for university-level study. Or, if you prefer, you can go to university. More than 130 of our students were offered university places last year.








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