to a Full-time course
The online application process consists of 5 stages.
Please make sure you have all the necessary information to hand before starting.
PLEASE NOTE You may wish to download the Full Time Application Form using the link below in order to prepare the information you will be asked to submit.
We recommend preparing the larger information digitally in a separate file, so that you are able to cut & paste information as required. In particular, you are advised to prepare details of your...
The online application process has to be completed in one go and without undue delay.
You will receive a confirmation email on successful submission of your application.
Alternatively, application forms are available to download HERE
PLEASE COMPLETE ALL SECTIONS IN FULL
For stage 3 (part 7), please look through the Prospectus or Full-Time Courses section first and list the course(s) you would like to follow.
A 1st choice must be selected, however it is not compulsory to choose a second choice.
Over the next 10 days the academic team will review your application to establish suitability of your chosen course, the curriculum team may need to contact you to discuss further. You should receive an offer around 14 days after your application (this process could take longer during non-term time).
If you have a learning difficulty or disability, please visit our Learning Support pages for more information about how to access learning support.
If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact a member of Admissions by email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01245 293170.
If you feel that you need careers guidance to help you navigate your way through the maze of decisions regarding your future, please feel free to contact the Careers Advise Zone on 01245 293031 or by email email@example.com
After your application has been assessed we will write to you letting you know if you have been accepted on the course with details of your offer and any relevant information.
Reply to accept your place by the date stated in your offer letter and you will receive your enrolment details at the end of July. Enrolment commences straight after August GCSE results day; To give you the best opportunity of securing a place on your chosen course please enrol on the date given in your enrolment letter. You will not be able to enrol without proof of all your qualifications.
Once you have enrolled you become a member of Chelmsford College.
If you are 19 or over and applying for a course that is eligible you will be sent information regarding how to apply for an advanced learning loan.
If you have international qualifications you must get them processed by UK NARIC
Data Protection Legislation
The college upholds the principles of the relevant Data Protection legislation and is notified to the Information Commissioner to that effect.
In completing this form the College has obtained your consent for the collection, storage and processing of the data so provided, including sensitive personal data.
The use we make of that information, the basis on which we collect it, and how long we retain it is laid out in our Privacy Notice.
The College undertakes to keep secure any personal data held about you, and will make those details available to you on request.
Chelmsford College recognises that there are abilities in all members of the community. We seek to ensure that all at the College feel valued and able to fulfil their potential.
We welcome applications from all who would like to study at Chelmsford College.
If you require help in completing this form please contact us on 01245 293031 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are having technical issues with this application form please email email@example.com