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Enrolment Page 2024/25

Enrolment Information

Enrolment is your final stage of becoming a student at Brooklands College. Whether you are a studying full time, part time or an apprentice, you will need to enrol before you can start classes in September.

If you have already applied and hold an offer of a place you will receive your enrolment email in mid-July.

If you haven’t yet applied to study at our College in September 2024, or looking to transfer over to us, it is not too late. You can apply online any time and you will then receive an invitation to enrol.

Course Entry Criteria
Your offer is conditional on meeting the required course entry criteria, exam results, and satisfactory references. If your grades are unexpected, alternative courses and enrolment options are available. Our Admissions Team and Careers Team will be available to discuss the most suitable level of course for you.

Enrolment Schedule
Due to high volumes, please allow a few hours to complete the enrolment process.

  

Enrolment is at our Weybridge Campus: Heath Road, Weybridge, Surrey KT13 8TT

Find Enrolment Dates and Times by Course Area

Thursday, 22nd August

  • Surnames A-M:  9:00am – 12:00pm
  • Surnames N-Z:  2:00pm – 4:00pm

Friday, 23rd August

  • Surnames A-M:  9:00am – 12:00pm
  • Surnames N-Z:  2:00pm – 4:00pm

Tuesday, 27th August

  • Surnames A-M:  9:00am – 12:00pm
  • Surnames N-Z:  2:00pm – 4:00pm

Wednesday, 28th August

  • Surnames A-M:  9:00am – 12:00pm
  • Surnames N-Z:  2:00pm – 4:00pm

Thursday, 29th August

  • Surnames A-M:  9:00am – 12:00pm
  • Surnames N-Z:  2:00pm – 4:00pm

Additional Requirements for Art & Design Courses:

Bring: Art & Design portfolio or digital images of your work.

Friday, 30th August

  • Surnames A-M: 9:00am – 12:00pm
  • Surnames N-Z: 2:00pm – 4:00pm

Wednesday 21st August – 9.30am and 11.00am

Individual emails will be sent to all applicants giving further details

Wednesday 21st August: 4.30pm – 6pm

For more information about enrolling on an adult course, click here.


Please ensure you read through the Student Checklist below and your relevant course information.
 


For enrolment you will all need:
– Original Examination Certificate or Notification of Results Slip
– Exam Access Arrangements Documentation
– Bursary Application (if applicable)
– Proof of ID
– National Insurance Number
 

Please download the Student Check List below and read. Please ensure you bring everything you need on Enrolment Day. We cannot complete enrolment if you do not have the correct documents.

 

Enrolment Check List

Please see the attached information for Art & Design equipment needed. Please read and ensure you have all the equipment when you start the course in September.

Art & Design Equipment Info

Please find below information about our Travel & Tourism course. You will find a list of clothing required as well as information about the course and scheduled trips planned throughout the year.

 

Travel & Tourism Info and Kit List

Please find below kit lists and order forms for equipment and clothing for our Catering & Hospitality students. You will also find a kit list for Level 2 and 3 progression students.

Please ensure you have the correct clothing and equipment for starting in September.

 

Catering & Hospitality Kit List
Hospitality Unform List
Progressing Students Kit List

Please read through the list below and ensure you have everything you need for starting your Construction Course in September.

 

Construction Kit List

Please find below information needed for students joining one of our Engineering Courses. Please read the kit list and ensure you have everything you need for starting in September.

 

Engineering Kit List

Please find below a kit list for Public Services and Sport. Please ensure you have everything you need for starting this course.

 

Public Services and Sports Kit List

The Safeguarding Team will be available at enrolment to meet any applicants at enrolment if any the following criteria apply.

  • Anyone who was known to Safeguarding Team at school
  • Anyone who has poor Mental Health / Anxiety
  • Anyone who has a social worker working with family.
  • Anyone who has not been in school (Home schooled)
  • Anyone who is Looked After Child (in care of local authority ) or Care Leavers
  • Young Carers
  • Anyone living with someone other than parents – Foster carers / SGO / other family
  • Anyone working with external services – CAMHS / Targeted Youth Support / Police/ Any other support worker/ East to West
  • Anyone with a criminal record
  • Anyone who would like to speak to Safeguarding Team.

 


You may be entitled to a Bursary, or Free College Meals

If you, your family are experiencing financial constraints and you may need help getting to college, please make an application to the Bursary Fund. Early application is very important If you think you are eligible for a Bursary/Free School Meals and wish to apply, please visit our Student Finance area on the website where you will find Bursary Forms.

Please download & print the Bursary application and return with all the relevant supporting evidence of your Household Financial Income (listed on the Bursary application) at the earliest convenience in August. If you wish to discuss your circumstances you can pop along to see the Bursary Administrator at Enrolment. Bursary applications are processed on a first come, first served basis until funds are exhausted as funds may be limited. If you have any Bursary questions or need further information please email: bursary@brooklands.ac.uk

Any questions contact: Admissions@brooklands.ac.uk

Contact Us

Brooklands College Weybridge Campus

Heath Road, Weybridge, Surrey KT13 8TT

Brooklands College Ashford Campus

Stanwell Road, Ashford TW15 3DU