How To Apply
We have a full online process for our enrolments. You can also visit one of our campuses where our friendly team members will gladly assist you with the entire process.
Step 1: Decide on what you want to study
Our website is designed to provide you with all the information on our programmes. You will find information on programme content, entry requirements and eligibility, duration, mode of study (part-time or full-time), credits, pathways and fees.
If you need additional information you can contact our student services team by calling 0800 000 055 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alternatively, feel free to visit any our campuses closest to your home, anytime between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm Monday to Friday. Bookings are not essential but recommended to avoid wait times. Check our ‘contact us’ page for individual campus contact details.
Step 2: Work out your current commitments
Many of our programmes are designed to enable learners to study while working full time. It is important that you understand your study commitments prior to enrolling into a programme. A credit is equivalent to 10 hours of study so a 120-credit programme will need 1200 hours of study.
Typically for a full-time programme you need to allocate 30 to 40 hours a week of study including classes, assessments, work placement or practical learning. For a part-time programme, you need to allocate 15 to 20 hours a week of study for the same.
Prior to commencing study, it is important for you to work out your current commitments and decide if you can commit time to study for the duration of your programme.
Step 3: Decide on how you want to fund your learning
There are multiple ways you can fund your studies. You might be eligible for fees free scheme, scholarships, student loans and allowances. Easiest way is to contact our team and they can guide you through the options.
Step 4: Applying to study
Once you decided to study, you can apply online by filling our online application form (link below). We will need identification documents to confirm your eligibility for our programmes. You will be required to submit copies of identification documents like driver’s license, passport, birth certificate, proof of citizenship or permanent residency.
You can also visit one of our campuses with your proof of ID to complete the enrolment process.
If you are using online application, please ensure your details are same as your identity documents including full name. Once we receive your application our Registry team will verify the information and get in touch with you. Typically, we respond within 48 hours of receiving an application.
Step 5: Other Applications
You might need to fill in other applications like scholarship, fees free declaration, Studylink for fees, course related costs or allowances. Once we confirm your eligibility, we can guide you through the process of these applications. Most of them are very quick and straight forward.
Step 6: Accept your Offer of Place
Once you are accepted into the programme and your fees details are confirmed, we will provide you an offer of place. This will include all the details of your programme and enrolment. Once you accept the offer of place the enrolment process is complete.
We are here to assist you with this process so please contact us at any step if you need our assistance.