It’s time to take the next step and start your learning journey. Don’t worry if you still have questions, you can talk to our team and tutors during enrolment. We look forward to welcoming you to Kirklees College in September.

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If you are 16 – 18 and have already applied for a full time course at the college, our applications team will be contacting you with an appointment that allows you to enrol online.

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If you were a full-time student in 20/21 and you are returning to a new course or to the second year of your course, then make sure you have spoken to your Progress Coach or SPL to confirm your progression.

You will then receive a link in your college email account to enrol online.

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Our friendly staff will provide you with the details required to enrol as an adult (19+) learner.

This could be online or via a face-to-face enrolment appointment.

Enrolment Hotline - 01484 437100

The enrolment hotline opens on 9 August to start booking enrolment appointments. However, some adult learning courses may be accepting online enrolments before then.

Please check the individual course page for further information or you can contact our course information team on info@kirkleescollege.ac.uk or by calling 01484 437070

Enrolment Dates

We are offering face to face enrolment appointments in August and September. A full list of these dates is available here.

To book an appointment, call 01484 437100 (the phone line will be open from 9 August onwards).

What Happens at Enrolment?

At our enrolment sessions, tutors will look at your current qualifications to work out what is the best level course for you.

You must then provide us with personal details, including your full name, date of birth, address and nationality. If the course you are wanting to enrol on to has an entry criteria, then you will also need your results slip, or any certificates that you might already have.

If you are 19+ then you may need to pay for your course. If you are in receipt of benefits, bring evidence of them with you to see if you are eligible for fee remission. Once you know what course you wish to enrol on, our data input team will input your details into the college system and print you an ID badge. Enrolling in person usually takes around thirty minutes.

Everything you need to know about Enrolment

If you are 16 – 18 and have already applied for a full time course at the college, or are 18+ and have applied for one of our HNC / HND courses and are holding a conditional offer then our applications team will be contacting you with an appointment that allows you to enrol online. You will be able to enrol online from Thursday 20 August. Your letter will give you instructions on what you will need to complete your enrolment and what to do it you want to change course, or your grades are different to what you were expecting. We have limited face to face appointments available for applicants and we have prioritised these appointments for our foundation students, and students with EHCP’s. These applicants will receive an appointment to attend face to face.

All other applicants (19+ and apprentices) will be contacted with details on how to enrol either face to face or over the telephone.

 

Our online application will be closed from Monday 10 August. If you would like to join a full time course at the college then you need to contact 01484 437070  to arrange an appointment to come into college to talk to a tutor and enrol. The enrolment team will book you an enrolment appointment, and ensure you know the information that you will need to bring with you to complete your enrolment.

  • Check out our new Adult Course Guide or view website for courses starting between September and December.
  • Some free/short courses are available to purchase/enrol via our online store.
  • For all other adult and part-time courses please call our Enrolment Hotline on 01484 437070.
  • Our friendly staff will provide you with details required to enrol as an adult (19+) learner. This could be via a face to face appointment or via telephone.

If you are an apprentice returning for your next year or level then your enrolment needs updating. You will be contacted over the telephone by the enrolment team to complete your enrolment. We look forward to seeing you again in September

 

  • You should have received an enrolment form by post already
  • Please return your completed enrolment form – if you do not have a form and require a new one please email customerservices@kirkleescollege.ac.uk
  • Once you have returned your form, our enrolment team will process this
  • You will receive a welcome letter via email with your timetable, start date and details of when you can collect your student ID card
  • We look forward to seeing you again in September

 

If you were a full time student in 19/20 and it was agreed that you were returning to us either to a new course or to the 2nd year of your course, then you should have received your enrolment form in the post. If you haven’t then you can email customerservices@kirkleescollege.ac.uk and they will arrange for one to be sent out to you. We look forward to seeing you again in September.

 

If you told your tutor that you wanted to return to the next level of your course, or are returning for Year 2 of your course, then you will be receiving a call from the enrolment team to complete your enrolment over the phone. We look forward to seeing you again in September.

 

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  • Proof of ID (We will accept Birth Certificate, Passport, Driving Licence or National Insurance Card.)
  • National Insurance Number
  • Results slips or certificates of previous study
  • Evidence of settled status in UK – Evidence of your status will be required if you have not lived in the UK/EU for three years or more (passport, ID, visa status).

Please also bring at least one of the following:

 

University Level Courses

If you’ve just received your results and haven’t secured a place on a course, don’t worry, we are here to help.

Call 01484 437100 or email now.

 

Please bring the following items to your enrolment appointment:

  • Pen
  • Proof of ID (We will accept Birth Certificate, Passport, Driving Licence or National Insurance Card.)
  • National Insurance Number
  • Results slips or certificates of previous study
  • Evidence of settled status in UK – Evidence of your status will be required if you have not lived in the UK/EU for three years or more (passport, ID, visa status).

Please also bring with you at least one of the following items:

Contact Info

We are here to help you. If you have any questions or queries, please contact a member of our team who will be happy to help and guide you through this process.