CHOOSE YOUR COURSE
First think about your personal ambitions, your abilities and your preferences. If you haven't chosen a course yet or would like to find out more about your course - use our course search or browse our full-time course listing.
APPLY FOR YOUR PLACE
Client Services accept applications throughout the year on a first come, first served basis.
Once you've found your course either fill in the online application form or download, print and fill in an application form and return to Client Services.
Alternatively, you can visit our Client Services team during our opening hours, Monday – Friday 09:00 – 17:00.
As part of your application, the College also requires a reference from your current school. Download, print and ask your school to complete and return the Reference Request Form to Client Services before you come for your interview.
If you are applying from one of our Partner Schools please use the shared online application form. More information can be found here.
INFORMATION, ADVICE & GUIDANCE INTERVIEW
You will then be invited in to ESC for an information and advice session where we discuss every aspect of the course you have chosen. This is an important opportunity for you to make sure that this is the right course for you and for us to fully explain the details and requirements of your course.
If you have a successful interview you will be offered a conditional place which will be confirmed at enrolment when you provide your exam results.
Adult students with appropriate qualifications are usually offered unconditional places.
You will be invited to come and enrol at the College in the summer. If you didn't do as well as you hoped in your school exams - don't panic, we will work to offer you a more appropriate course, often leading to your first choice at a later date. Adult students with appropriate qualifications are usually offered unconditional places.
ESC IS THE FIRST STEP TO YOUR FUTURE
Information, advice and guidance is available at every contact stage. More information can be found in our guide.
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