How to apply

Applying to and joining the College is easy! Choose from the courses section and then click the ‘Apply now’ button for the online application form.

If you would like a paper copy or have any other enquiry, please contact our Course Information Centres using this enquiry form. If you wish to downloand a full application form please click here We will confirm receipt of your application in writing.

Application Process

Invitation for assessment

You may be invited to attend the College to take an assessment of your English and Maths levels. This assessment will help to determine the level you are currently at, and guide us in placing you on the course at the level that best meets your needs. Based on the results of your assessment you will be offered further advice, guidance and an interview with a tutor.

Interview

The interview will give you the opportunity to meet the tutor and discuss the course in more detail, and identify how your current skills and experience meet the entry criteria. Please bring any evidence of your academic achievements and work experience with you to support your application.

Offer

You will be offered a place, either: Conditional, which means you will need to gain certain qualifications or provide evidence of qualifications before you can enrol, or Unconditional, which means you have met the entry criteria and can proceed to enrolment.

Enrolment

This is the final stage before you are fully registered as a student of the College.

Important Documents

You will have to bring proof of identification (which must be valid and in-date) with you to enable you to complete enrolment. This could be:
  • Passport
  • Driving licence
  • ID card or other form of national identification
  • National Insurance card
  • Bank credit/debit card

Support

If you need assistance because of either a physical or learning disability, please let us know so that we can ensure you get the support you will need on your course.

Learning Agreement

You will be given a form called a ‘Learning Agreement’ which summarises what you will be studying with us. Once you have read and signed this document you will officially become a student of the College.

Course Fees

Full-time courses for under-19s are free. For adult learners, charges will depend on your age, the type of course you are enrolling on, and your personal circumstances. Some courses will require payment for special materials, protective clothing, kits, or visits, whatever your age or circumstances. You will be advised what you will need to pay before you enrol.

Am I eligible for a UK Short Term Study Visa?

 

Check on this link:

https://www.gov.uk/study-visit-visa

 

IMPORTANT CRITERIA THAT MUST BE MET

 

  • You MUST secure a Visa
  • You MUST have an offer letter from an accredited College e.g. NEW TRENT COLLEGE OF FURTHER & HIGHER EDUCATION
  • You MUST prove that you have sufficient funds to support yourself for the whole duration of your stay in the UK – including the cost of travel home
  • You MUST have suitable accommodation arranged for the whole of your stay
  • You MUST have paid your course fees before you arrive at the College (including any payments for

accommodation if we are providing this for you).

  • You MUST have fully completed all necessary application procedures, provided all required

documents, and received an Offer Letter from us.

 

 

WHY SHOULD I STUDY IN THE UK?

 

The UK Education system has been considered the ‘Gold Standard’ for educational standards across the whole of the world for many years. Students come to the UK from every continent and almost every country, looking to

benefit from outstanding teaching and internationally accredited qualifications.

 

Our Short Term Study Programme allows aspiring students to study in the UK for up to six months in every

twelve-month period, and to gain one or more of a wide range of qualifications. Longer courses are available where

students may spend six months of each year in the UK, and support this with distance learning, blended learning, and traditional classroom-based learning in their home country.

 

An additional benefit lies in the opportunity to be immersed into a rich and diverse culture, surrounded by

like-minded peers, and inspired by outstanding teachers and lecturers who are carefully selected to ensure that our learners receive the very best learning experience possible.

 

We can arrange accommodation for those students who require it. This can be either on a ‘Room Only’ basis or ‘Full Board’. All accommodation is guaranteed to meet the high standards our international students expect, and only College Approved premises and staff are used.

 

Courses available (including all-inclusive fees) are provided in this prospectus, and applications can be made either online or via the application form provided on request.

 

We look forward to receiving your application, and to welcoming you to a rich and positive learning experience, one that will provide you with a great platform for future progression to further education and training, university, or a fulfilling career in your chosen field.

 

Professor John Morahan

Head of International Education Programmes

 

The following courses are available as part of the UK Government’s

SHORT TERM STUDY VISA SCHEME

 

International Student Office

HSBC Chambers, 1 Montgomery Road,

Wath-Upon-Dearne, Rotherham, S63 7QW

 

Curriculum Areas:

Childcare, Health & Social Care

Business, Administration, and Management

Accountancy and Finance

Law and Legal Studies

Marketing and Sales

Hospitality and Catering

Travel and Tourism

Construction

Engineering

Rail Engineering and Operations

Performing Arts, Music, and Music Technology

Beauty Therapy

Sport

Education and Training

GCE ‘A’ Levels – 25 subjects available

GCSE ‘O’ Levels – 25 subjects available

 

All levels available from Level 2 to Level 7

(includes fully accredited Certificates, Diplomas, NVQs, HNC and HND and specialist courses)

 

For more information regarding the course fees please click here