Q. How long will I have to wait before I get a date for an assessment/interview?
A. We aim to contact you within 2 weeks of the receipt of your application, whether on-line or via post
Q. How long will my assessment/interview last?
A. You will need to allow up to 2hours for the whole process, although this is dependent on how long your assessment takes to complete
Q. Should I bring my parent/guardian with me to the interview?
A. Parents/Guardians are more than welcome however they will be asked to wait in a waiting area whilst you complete your assessment. If you want them to be present at your interview, this can be arranged
Q. What do I do if I can't attend the interview date I am given?
Q. What do I need to bring with me to my interview?
A. You will need to bring your passport or some other photographic ID, any Home Office documents that you may have, proof of any qualifications that you have already achieved, proof of any Overseas qualifications (translated wherever possible), details of any special requirements (e.g. statement)
Q. I'm applying for an Art programme. Do I need to bring anything extra with me to my interview?
A. For these programmes, please bring a portfolio of work that you have completed
Q. When will I enrol onto the programme that I've been offered?
A. Enrolment takes place in August/September. You will be notified of times and dates to attend by the end of July
Q. What do I do if I change my mind about the programme I have been offered?
A. Come into College on your allocated date for enrolment and you will be able to discuss alternatives then
Q. What if I don't get the grades I'm expecting or I get better than predicted?
A. Come in on your allotted date for enrolment to discuss your options. We have a variety of programmes available that may be more suitable. There will also be careers advisers available should you need them
Q. Will there be any cost for my programme?
A. There may be fees attached to your programme however these can vary. Please feel free to ask any questions you may have at your interview