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Who can enrol?

Young People's (aged 16-18 including Year 11s) Information:

You will need to apply for a course before you can enrol. If you have applied, been interviewed and offered a place, you can complete your enrolment by visiting us in person at our Deane Road Campus - no appointment needed, just bring yourself and your GCSE results - our Centre enolment days and times are detailed below. 

 

If you'd prefer to enrol online you can do this by following the instructions in your ‘Offer Email’ or by logging in to your Learner Hub Account (https://applications.boltoncollege.ac.uk); this allows you to do everything online, including uploading a picture of your GCSE results, checking your contact details and confirming your enrolment. If you haven’t received your email, please email learner.hub@boltoncc.ac.uk and provide your full name, date of birth and, if you know it, your Bolton College ID number.  Please tell us your new email address so we can update your learner record and resend your email.

 

If you have any issues enrolling online, you can contact our Learner Hub Team via livechat from any screen in your Learner Hub Account or email learner.hub@boltoncc.ac.uk for help. 

 

If you have not yet applied for a course, please view the courses we are offering from September 2021.

 


Adult (aged 19+) Enrolment Information:

You can enrol online, but if you are struggling and wish to enrol face to face, please telephone us on 01204 482000 and we will book you an appointment to come in to our Deane Road Campus. Please see below for our full Summer Enrolment Times.

 

You can now enrol for many of our courses online via our website by finding the details of the course you are interested in and clicking the ‘Enrol’ button.  You will need to have your payment method or your valid benefits / proof of earnings evidence with you to complete your enrolment.  For more information on what evidence we can accept, please click here. Please note: you cannot enrol online if your course requires an interview or if you wish to pay in instalments.

 

You will need to either pay for your course (instalment plans are usually available if your chosen course costs more than £150 and runs for at least 12 week.) or, provide the evidence (dated within 6 months of your enrolment date) of why you don't pay, when you enrol. We are unable to reserve places on any course without payment or seeing the required evidence.

 

If the course is marked with a £i you must have your interview before you make any payment.

 

For a lot of our courses, we will need to see your existing qualifications and you can upload these as part of our online enrolment process. 

 

For courses that require an interview, you will need to apply first.  To do this, find the course on our website and click the ‘apply’ button.  Once you have had your interview we will email you with details of how to complete your enrolment online.


If you have applied, been interviewed and offered a place, the best way to complete your enrolment and confirm your place is to log in to your Learner Hub Account (https://applications.boltoncollege.ac.uk) and do everything online including uploading a pic of your GCSE results, checking your contact details and confirming your enrolment.

 

We have been sending emails about how to enrol online over the Summer with the final one going out just before GCSE results day from learner.hub@boltoncc.ac.uk   If you haven’t received your copy please email learner.hub@boltoncc.ac.uk and provide your full name, date of birth and, if you know it, your Bolton College ID number.  Please tell us your new email address so we can update your learner record and resend your email.

 

 

Don't forget to check fees and eligibility before you come in to College to enrol using the links below...

Enrolment Times - we occasionally need to change the times shown below at short notice however, we do endeavour to keep this page up to date.

*Some courses cannot be paid by instalments.  Please check our course brochure or ask a member of staff for more information.