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Enrolment - Everything you need to know

ALL new and returning FE students will need to officially enrol as a student for September 2019.

If you already know what to do, great! But, if you need further advice, simply select one of the options below for details on our enrolment process and how we can help you.

I got the results I need - how do I enrol?

When can I enrol?

All applicants would have been sent a letter confirming their enrolment day. But if you're unsure of the date/time of your enrolment day, don't panic, a full list of our enrolment dates can be viewed online.

What should I bring with me?

  • Your exam result slips or qualification certificates including English and maths
  • Your National Insurance Number
  • Your copy of student finance entitlement (if you're over 19)
  • Payment for the college bus service

What happens on enrolment day?

  • 1Arrive at reception
  • 2Visit English and maths tutors located on the first floor
    They will check your English and maths grades, and will assess if you need to study English/maths whilst at college.
  • 3Visit the curriculum team located on the first floor
    Our course specialists will provide you with advice and guidance, confirm any qualifications you already have, will check for fee exemption, and confirm your college start date.
  • 4Visit learner records located in the Vision room
    We'll capture some of your important details, and ask you to sign your learner agreement.
  • 5Visit support services located on the ground floor in the covered courtyard
    You will have your photograph taken for your student ID, receive your student ID badge and lanyard and find information you need on everything from finance to travel.
  • 6All finished!
    Before leaving a staff member will confirm that you have everything you need for your first day at college including your signed learner agreement, student ID badge and lanyard and your college start date.

I didn't get the results I need - what do I do next?

If your results are lower than expected, don't worry, we may still have a place for you, and there are lots of things you can do to start your college journey. Please still come along to your enrolment day and discuss your options with our advisors.

I'm unsure what to do next

If you know what career you are interested in, search for a suitable course. We have over 100 courses to choose from starting from entry-level up to degree level. Whatever grades you achieve, we’re sure we’ll have a suitable course for you.

Once you have applied, you will receive a letter inviting you along to one of our late applicant events. This is an opportunity for you to see the college and talk to our tutors in more detail about the course. If you are successful in being offered a place you will then be enrolled during the event.

Looking to join college?

Our learner engagement team are the first point of contact for prospective students who need a bit of advice - they really know their stuff. Chat to our team today so they can advise you on your options:

01623 627191 ext 8289

Need careers advice?

If you’re unsure which direction to go and need some careers advice, the college’s careers team can give you detailed advice about the types of careers you can go into and the courses on offer.

01623 413325

Looking for an apprenticeship?

The college offers apprenticeships across a number of industry sectors through our subsidiary company, Vision Apprentices. Search for live vacancies or call our team to find out more.

0800 121 8317

I'm a returning student

If you’re a returning student you will still need to enrol. If you have not enrolled yet, you will receive a letter confirming your enrolment date and time. If you’re still unsure, please give us a call.

0808 100 3626

How to enrol

It's important that you attend your enrolment date.
However, if this is not possible, please let us know in advance so we can reschedule your enrolment slot.

What if I don’t get the results I need to progress to the next year of my course?
Still come to your enrolment day and we will be able to let you know your study options and help you plan your next step.

What if I’ve changed my mind about what I want to study?
If you would like to transfer to a different course, still come to your enrolment day and we can discuss your change of course and help you to transfer.

Contact us

We look forward to welcoming you as a West Notts student!

Got a question before you join us?
Please call:

0808 100 3626

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Why choose West Notts?

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100% A Level pass rate in 2020.

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One of the top colleges in the UK for student satisfaction.**Learner Exit Survey 2019/20

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An extensive bus service across Mansfield and the surrounding area.

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We have four campuses each boasting a number of state-of-the-art facilities.

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