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Don't worry, our easy to follow instructions will help. Click on the seven steps below and we'll guide you through the process, telling you what happens at each stage and what we expect from you.
If you have any questions, you can contact the Admissions Team on 01204 482 155 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Main enrolment is now open. You will need to come into college to apply for a course.
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Our next set of interviews run from Thursday 23rd August to Thursday 6th September and you are invited to attend according to the school you went to.
Read our Interview Guide for more information.
If you can’t attend at the date/time shown, please visit us as soon as possible. You must have completed your interview and enrolment by Thursday 6 September to be able to start classes from the start of term.
You'll need to bring your qualification results/certificates to your interview. If you have applied for an Art & Design or Digital Media course please also bring a portfolio of your work with you.
All new applicants are required to take an initial assessment to find out their maths and English levels. You will be able to do this when you come to Deane Road for your interview/enrolment. It’s nothing to worry about and it won’t stop you from getting onto the course you want. The assessment just helps us to decide if you will require any extra support.
Please allow plenty of time to take the assessment. We would recommend that you don’t make any other commitments for the day you visit us.
Your place at College is confirmed once you have a Bolton College ID card. We change the colour of our ID each year; for 2018/19 it is blue (if you have a purple card please call in to Deane Road during main enrolment to re-enrol for September.
To help us ensure the safety of our learners, staff and resources, ID cards must be worn at all times whilst on college premises. Failure to do so may result in you being asked to leave College.
Your final step is to arrive at College on your first day with your College ID badge, a pen and anything else our Tutors have advised you will need.
The first few weeks of College are really important for all learners, therefore we make them as interesting and informative as we can.
Most classes will start week commencing Monday 10th September, but we will confirm each learner's timetable once they have enrolled.