Thank you for choosing a course with us - we can't wait to welcome you to the College!
You can enrol over the phone or in person at one of our campuses.
Call us Monday to Friday between 9am and 4pm on 020 8918 7777 with your credit or debit card to hand to pay over the phone. Please note we don't accept Electron or American Express.
Your place on the course is subject to you completing an enrolment form and providing proof of UK/EEA residency (passport, EU ID card or birth certificate) before your course starts. You can do this at Student Services at any of our main campuses. Please check the opening times for Student Services before making your journey.
Enrolmentis your final stage of becoming a South Thames College student. Everyone needs to enrol, whether you are a full time, undergraduate, part time student or an apprentice. Due to the restrictions of COVID-19 this year and the need to adhere to social distancing guidelines we will be not be enrolling students on site but via telephone and online.
If you have not yet applied to the College, apply online today.
How will I be enrolled?
YourEnrolmentwill be completed via the College application portal and over the telephone. If you applied before 20thJuly, in most cases you will should have received anenrolmentemail and letter. This will explain the step by stepenrolmentprocess, your telephoneenrolmentappointment date and time as well as the contact details we currently hold for you.
The Tutor will call you during the specified time and complete yourenrolmentover the phone. Please ensure you have completed all necessaryenrolmentsteps BEFORE this telephone appointment. For example, you will need to upload your qualifications to the application portal before we can complete yourenrolment.
What if I do not get the grades I need?
In these extraordinary times, we are aware that the method for awarding GCSE, A Level and vocational grades this summer has been unsettling for many of our applicants - some may feel that they have missed out on an opportunity to demonstrate their true ability. When Results Day arrives we would like to reassure prospective students that we will consider all available information when confirming places on our courses.
If your calculated grades do not go as you hoped our tutors will discuss with you on a one to one basis the options that are open to you and any additional information that will be considered. Our aim is to match a student to the right course as this will enable them to thrive and realise their full potential, giving them the strong foundation to pursue their dream career.
I have not yet applied, is there still time to join the College?
You can still make your application via thewebsite (or for UCAS Clearing for Undergraduate) all prospective students will need to make an application ahead of enrolling on a course. If you are unsure of which course to apply for, make an appointment with our Careers Team (hyperlink to page) at our Virtual Information Point who can help you decide which course is best suited to your future plans.
You might be able to get a discount on some of our adult courses if you are 60 or older or if you are receiving income-based benefit.
To apply for a reduced fee, you need to come in to Student Services at Wandsworth, Merton or Tooting to enrol. You cannot enrol by phone. Depending on the type of discount you are applying for, you need to bring with you:
- Evidence of income-based benefits from within the last 2 months
- Proof of age.
Please note you may still need to pay a materials fee on some courses.
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