We are delighted you will be joining us.

This page will guide you through the necessary steps to support you through enrolment and induction at Newbury College and University Centre Newbury (UCN). Please note: These instructions are not for Community Leisure or Study Online programmes. 

Hopefully, you are reading these instructions because we have already received your application. If you haven't already applied, please visit our course explorer pages to find your perfect course.

1. Send us your results

If you have any relevant qualifications, including GCSE Maths and GCSE English, please email them to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., including your:

  • full name
  • date of birth

We will accept clear photographs, PDFs or official transcripts provided by your school or exam board. If you are waiting for your exam results from school or college, they should be released no later than 25 August 2022. See Exam Results (newbury-college.ac.uk)

2. Attend enrolment

Your enrolment times and dates are based on your age, the first letter of your last name and the subject that you have applied for. UCN students should have already received instructions for enrolling online.

Thursday 01 September

SubjectsTime SlotLast name begins with...
  • Art and Design
  • Business
  • Computing
  • Media
  • Music Technology
  • Sport
  • Uniformed Public Services (UPS)
  • T Level Digital Support Services
  • T Level Management & Administration
09:30  A - D
10:00  E - H
10:30  I - M
11:00  N - R
11:30  S - Z
SubjectsTime SlotLast name begins with...
  • Kingsclere Performing Arts
13:30 A - Z
SubjectsTime SlotLast name begins with...
  • Beauty
  • Childcare
  • Cookery
  • Hairdressing
  • Health and Social Care
13:30  A - D
14:00  E - H
14:30  I - M
15:00  N - R
15:30  S - Z

Friday 02 September

SubjectsTime SlotLast name begins with...
  • Engineering 
  • Motor Vehicle
09:30  A - H
10:00  I - P
10:30  Q - Z
SubjectsTime SlotLast name begins with...
  • Carpentry
  • Electrical Installation
  • Plumbing
  • T Level BSE
  • T Level Onsite Construction
13:30  A - F
14:00  G - L
14:30  M - R
15:00  S - Z

Checklist

Things to bring with you on the day:

  • a form of ID (Passport, National Insurance card, Birth Certificate or (Provisional) Driving Licence)
  • GCSE results slip or certificates
  • £15 College Subscription contribution 

Tuesday 30 August

SubjectsTime SlotWho is enrolling?
  • All full-time subjects (excl. UCN and Foundation Learning)
15:00 - 17:30 Any adults aged 19+ enrolling on a full-time programme

Thursday 01 September

SubjectsTime SlotWho is enrolling?
  • AAT
  • Part-time Electrical
  • Part-time Plumbing
  • Access to HE*
  • UCN Programmes*
17:30 - 19:30 Any adults aged 19+ enrolling on a part-time or Higher Education programme

*Access to HE and UCN students have been sent an invite to enrol online. The onsite event is for those students that have not completed enrolment online.

Checklist

Things you will need:

  • a form of ID (Driving Licence, Passport, National Insurance card or Birth Certificate)
  • evidence of previous qualifications (if you did not study at Newbury College last year)
  • evidence of your loan application (if you are paying tuition fees with a loan)
  • a completed Purchase Order form and docxEmployer Authorisation (39 KB) (if your employer is paying your fees)
  • means to pay your tuition fees (if required) - See pdfWays to Pay (121 KB) or see our Fees, Funding and Financial Support page for more information

If you are claiming funding for tuition fees, you will also need:

  • evidence of receipt of benefits or low wage
 
 

ADDITIONAL FORMS OR INFORMATION

  • Bursary

    A bursary can be awarded to students who meet eligibility criteria.

    document 16-18 Bursary Application (77 KB)

    document 19+ Bursary Application (313 KB)

    pdf Bursary Fund Policy (308 KB)

    Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.

  • Free Meals

    Applications for free meals should be made using the bursary form. Eligible students will have a meal voucher each day that they are in college to purchase food in the Street Café.

    default Free meals in further education funded institutions

  • Travel Support

    Information about travel to college can be found on the Getting to Newbury College page

    Recipients of the bursary can receive support for travel.

  • Car Parking

    Free parking is available onsite for students, staff and visitors. 

 

HOW ARE WE KEEPING YOU SAFE?

Your health, safety and well-being are our number one priority. We will undertake enrolment in line with any government guidelines that may be in place to ensure that you, other students and our staff members remain safe.

FINANCIAL HELP FOR LEARNERS
The costs of learning can be difficult to meet. Depending on your personal and financial circumstances, there may be funding open to you to assist you in completing your course successfully. View Financial Help information.

ADDITIONAL ASSISTANCE
If you need any assistance in completing your form, or have any further questions about enrolment, please contact the Learner Services team on 01635 845000 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.