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Time to Create Your Future

Enrolment begins this year on GCSE results day Thursday 25 August. Enrolment is the process that allows you to officially become a learner at Waltham Forest College part of #TeamFOREST. Anyone who has already applied and received an offer from the College should have received an invitation letter to enrol. If you haven’t applied you can still do so by submitting an application online via the website.

What if I haven’t met the entry requirements?
The vast majority of learners at Waltham Forest College, enrol onto their first choice of course. If you do not meet the entry requirements for the course you wish to study, then do not worry, as you will be able to receive advice and guidance and offered an alternative course that will allow to develop pathways based around your career aspirations.

Click here for enrolment dates and times

What do I need to bring with me?

To enrol at Waltham Forest College, we will need to see certain documents to ensure you are able to study with us, such as residency and income documents. These include:

Proof of your qualifications

·         Please bring all your certificates or results slips

Proof of ID

Please bring any one of these

·         Your UK/EU passport or ID card

·         Your birth certificates

·         Driving licence

·         Home Office documents

·         Non-EU passport showing a valid visa

Proof of your qualifications

·         Please bring all your certificates or results slips

Proof of ID

Please bring any one of these:

·         Your UK/EU passport or ID card

·         Your birth certificates

·         Driving licence

·         Home Office documents

·         Non-EU passport showing a valid visa

Residency Documents

If you are an adult student (aged 19 or older) we will also need to check further documents, depending on the course you are looking to enrol on. You would need to provide either a current Passport or Home Office Documents/ID Card.

Employment Status/Income Documents

If you are aged 19 or older and have lived in the UK/EU/EEA for 3 years or longer prior to the start date of your course, you can study an Entry Level, Level 1 or Level 2 course with us for free if you are unemployed or are on other benefits.

If you are employed and your gross annual income is less than £20,962, we will need to see evidence of your income. This could be 6 weeks of wage slips, if you are paid weekly, or 3 months of payslips if you are paid monthly or a Universal Credit Statement within 3 months of the start date of your course, or a current employment contract, which states your gross monthly/annual wages.

Advanced Learner Loans

If you have applied for an Advanced Learner Loan to pay your tuition fees, we will need to see evidence of submission.

If your application to the Advanced Learner Loan has not yet been finalised you will need to show evidence that an application has been made.

Self-Funding Payments

If you are paying for your course fees, you will need to pay during enrolment. We request that you pay using a debit/credit card instead of cash, as part of our inspection control measures.

The College offers an instalment plan. For more information please contact our Finance Office.

 

If you are also applying for financial support through the bursary whilst at College, you may also need to bring additional documents. Further information can be found below:

More about Financial Support

Get in touch

Student Services
Waltham Forest College
Forest Road,
London E17 4JB

020 8501 8501
myfuture@waltham.ac.uk

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