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Enrolment Help

Online purchasing

When you click the 'Enrol Now' or 'Apply Now' button on the course you want, you will then be directed to our enrolment system. 

When enrolling online only Credit and Debit card payments will be accepted. All personal data will be securely stored in the college database in accordance with the Data Protection Act.


Credit Card / Debit Card

For online enrolment, payment is by Credit or Debit Card only.

Cards accepted are MasterCard, Maestro or Visa. American Express cards are NOT accepted.

16-18 Year Olds

If you are aged 16, 17 or 18 on 31st August of the calendar year you start a programme of study at the College, there will be no cost for courses that lead to a qualification.

Note for under 16’s: You must pay the full Non-EU price for all courses.

International students

If you are a student from a country outside the European Economic Area (EEA) and you wish to come to the UK on a student visa, you will need to show that you have been accepted on either:

  • A recognised full-time degree course; or
  • A weekday full-time course involving attendance at a single institution for a minimum of 15 hours organised daytime study per week of a single subject or directly related subjects.

Before enrolling on a course it is important that you find out about UK immigration from your nearest British Embassy, Consulate or High Commission (or British Council Office).

The following websites may help with information on immigration:


Some courses will need to be assessed. Course that require an assessment will be indicated on the information section of the course description.

To succeed in some courses, students must have literacy and numeracy abilities, so you will have to have an assessment of these skills before you can enrol. This requirement will be indicated on the course description page, along with details on how to book for assessment. If you have worries about your literacy and numeracy, contact Information Advice & Guidance on 020 8843 7921 who can tell you about the College’s avenues to improving your skills, some of them free.


If courses are not available please register an interest and the college will contact you for alternative courses.

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