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If you are still unsure about your options for this academic year, why not book a place on one of our advice and guidance sessions at Booth Lane or Lower Mounts? There are still plenty of places left on exciting courses starting this September that could change your life. You’ll receive great one to one advice and see first-hand what we can offer.

Don't worry if you didn't achieve a grade 4 or higher in maths and English - you can still join a college course and continue to study these subjects.

Please click on one of the dates to book your appointment.  

Booth Lane

Tuesday 2 October, 5pm – 7.30pm
Tuesday 9 October, 5pm – 7pm
Tuesday 16 October, 5pm – 7.30pm

Lower Mounts (for Hairdressing and Beauty Therapy)

Tuesday 2 October, 5pm – 7pm
Tuesday 9 October, 5pm – 7pm
Tuesday 16 October, 5pm – 7pm

How do I enrol?

Before you can start your course you will need to have attended an interview or advice appointment and enrolled. You will not be guaranteed a place on your course until you have fully enrolled and received your Student ID Card and Learning Agreement.

How to enrol if you’ve applied and received a pre-course welcome letter

If you have already applied for a course at Northampton College, and have been offered a place, you should have received a letter inviting you to attend a pre-course welcome session, including where and when your session is and what you need to bring with you. 

If you have already received an offer, please bring evidence to show that you have met the conditions of your offer. This could include copies of certificates/proof of qualifications/reference that were requested at interview/identified in your conditional offer letter.

How to enrol if you’ve applied and not received a letter

If you applied over the summer and have not received confirmation of an interview time please book an advice appointment at the College to discuss course options.

How to enrol if you’ve not yet applied

Please book an advice appointment at the College to discuss course options.  Once you've been made an offer and accepted a place on one of our courses, you will need to attend a pre-course welcome and administration day. These are scheduled to take place every Wednesday from 12 September – 17 October.

What do I need to bring to enrol?

Please bring any of the following with you if you can:

  • Certificates or results showing the qualifications you have achieved
  • UK/EU passport or ID card.
  • Full birth certificate (UK/EEA Nationals).
  • Full photo driving licence (UK/EEA Nationals).
  • Home Office documents.
  • Non EU passport showing a valid visa.
  • A recent solicitor’s letter or any other documents you hold regarding your residency status.
If you are aged 19 or over and receiving any of the following please bring evidence with you:
  • Job Seekers Allowance 
  • Employment Support Allowance 
If you are aged 19 or over and receiving any of the following please bring evidence with you:
  • Council tax support; housing benefit; income support; guaranteed pension credit; new enterprise allowance; working tax credit; an asylum seeker in receipt of AS/NASS/Section 4 support.
You will also need to bring money to pay for your fees. You will be assessed for fee purposes when you visit the College.

You will not be guaranteed a place on your course until you have fully enrolled and received your Student ID Card and Learning Agreement.

If you have any queries please call us on 0300 123 2344

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