Enrolment for 16-18 year olds:

Thursday 24th August: 12:15-7:30PM

Friday 25th August: 9:10AM-4PM

Enrolment packs have been sent out in the post and students have been allocated an Enrolment appointment.

Please bring with you:

  1. Identification: passport or birth certificate
  2. Exam Results slip: original certificates or slip from school
  3. Enrolment forms: completed forms from Enrolment pack
  4. £20 college contributions: covers students services and administrative fees
  5. Bursary form available here
  6. Parent Advantage Registration form completed

If you have not yet applied to the college then you will need to fill in an application form here. Once we have recieved your application then we will contact you to make an appointment to discuss your application further.

GCSE Clinic

Thursday 24th August, 9am-12pm

If you receive your results and are not sure what to do next, our GCSE Clinic is the time to ask questions, get advice from our Admissions and Careers Team and begin to make informed decsions.


HE and Adult Skills Events and Enrolment

University Course and Teacher Training Information Events
Vocationcal courses - Education and Early Years
GCSE and Functional Skills

Wednesday 30th August 2017, 5.00pm - 7.00pm

Wednesday 6th September 2017, 5.00pm - 7.00pm


FAQ's for 16-18 Enrolment

1. What happens at Enrolment?

Enrolment is when you officially enrol as an Ashton Sixth Form College student. There are a number of different stages that you will go through during our college enrolment and you will meet several different members of staff. It is important that you bring your GCSE results with you on the day otherwise we will not be able to enrol you.

2. How Long does enrolment take?

The whole process can take up to 2 hours depending on how much advice you will need on the day. If you have met the entry requirements for the course or subjects you want to study then this process can be much shorter. Please do expect queues between stages although we will try to keep this to a minimum.

3.Can a parent/ carer attend enrolment with me?

Yes, parents/ carers are very welcome to attend your enrolment with you.

4. Can I change my course or subjects at enrolment?

Courses and subjects can be changed at enrolment. You will need to discuss this with the enroller you see on the day. If you cannot make your enrolment appointment and do not inform us then we may not be able to guarantee your choice of subjects/ course.

5. What do I do if I don't get the grades for the course or subjects I've chosen to study?

You should still attend your enrolment appointment if you do not get the GCSE grades needed for the course/ subjects you wish to study. You will be directed to see an Advisor at enrolment who will talk through with you the options available. Careers staff will also be available.

6. What do I do if I cannot make the enrolment date and time I've been given?

If you are unable to make the time and date of your enrolment appointment then please contact the college immediately to make another appointment. If you do not make an alternative appointment then we will assume that you do not wish to enrol at the college.

7. When will I be required to attend a New Student Welcome?

You will be given a time to attend a New Student Welcome at enrolment. You will be asked to attend the Welcome on Tuesday 1st September.

8. When do I get my college Timetable?

Timetables will be availble for you to collect at the New Student Welcome. Lessons will begin on Wednesday 2nd September.

 

 

To change an enrolment appointment contact Admissions - 0161 330 2330

For advice about the College Bursary contact Ray O'Neil - 0161 330 2330

For advice about courses and entry requirements visit our courses or contact Admissions via email.