Find the course that you are interested in and click on the APPLY NOW button on the right hand side. You will be asked to complete a form. Once you have submitted the form, you will receive an email acknowledgement within 2 days. Our Admissions team will then write to you to invite you for an interview.
A member of our School Liaison Team would be happy to give you and your parents/carers a personal tour of college to put your mind at rest and help you to decide if Wiltshire College is where you would like to study. Please contact marketing@wiltshire.ac.uk to arrange this.
You can interview for as many course as you like. Once you have applied for your first course and had the interview, please contact the Admissions team and they will arrange further interviews for you. There is no need to re-apply.
Please contact the Admissions team as soon as possible so that we can book you an alternative date and time.

 

Most interviews take place on Wednesday afternoons and are scheduled to minimize the amount of school missed, whilst working around our tutor’s timetables. We do have a high demand for interviews, so if you really cannot come, then let us know so we can re-allocate your interview and book you in to a future date.

Following your course interview we will send you an offer letter in the post which will outline any conditions that will need to be met, such as GCSE grades.

 

If you do not wish to accept this offer, please contact the Admissions team so that we can amend our records and so that you will not continue to receive information from us.

You are very welcome to come to any of our open events as detailed on our website. Alternatively, our Schools Liaison Team are always happy to arrange a tour of the college for you - please contact them on schoolliaison@wiltshire.ac.uk to discuss. You will be sent an invitation to Welcome and Induction Day in the summer too.

 

This is an opportunity for you to meet other students on your course as well as your tutor and help to answer any questions or worries you may have about coming to College. Enrolment days are held at the end of August and you will be invited to come in to confirm your course choice, provide evidence of your grades and enrol on the course.

Please contact the Admissions team once you have received your invitation and they will advise what to do. It is really important to attend these events if you possibly can, but we understand that sometimes this is not an option.

 

Residential students living far away are not expected to attend Welcome Day and can enrol when they move into their accommodation on 31st August.

Before we can put you forward for a course interview, you will be invited in for a meeting with the Student Services and Tutorial Manager on campus.
Home students who are under 19 on 31st August 2017 do not have to pay for their course. Students who are 19 or over on 31st August 2017 will be eligible to pay tuition fees. You will be given a fee assessment when you attend Welcome Day in July.
Home students who are under 19 on 31st August 2017 do not have to pay for their course. Students who are 19 or over on 31st August 2017 will be eligible to pay tuition fees. You will be given a fee assessment when you attend Welcome Day in July.
Students who have to pay for their course will need to do so at enrolment at the end of August. We can take a credit card, debit card, cash or cheque. The College can usually set up an instalment plan for you. Students enrolling on an eligible level 3 course may be able to take out an Advanced Learner Loan. For further information go to: www.nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk/advancedlearningloans. Please contact Admissions for more information.
Yes. Your employer must complete an Employer’s Undertaking Form which can be downloaded from the college website here or you can collect a form from Student Services. Hand the form to Student Services when you enrol. Wiltshire College will then invoice your employer for your course fees.
Some students on eligible courses may be entitled to fee remission based on their current qualifications, or if they are in receipt of benefits or on a very low income. Please contact the Admissions team to see what help may be available to you.
If you have a low household income and are studying an eligible course, you may be entitled to a bursary or support from the Learner Support fund. Applications forms and full details will be available to collect at Welcome and Induction Days. You will also be able to view the information on our website on the student finance page.
If you have not been a resident in the UK/EEA for the last 3 years you may have to pay the overseas fees which are higher than the home student fees. It depends on your immigration status and the course you are enrolling on. Contact the Admissions team for more information.