Enrolment Guide - Westminster Kingsway College

Enrolment Guide

How do I enrol?

Enrolment appointments start from 25 August 2017 for those applicants with offers.  If you have not already applied for a course you can attend a drop-in interview/enrolment session – these start after August Bank Holiday Weekend.

 Before you can start your course you will need to have attended an interview and enrol.  You will not be guaranteed a place on your course until you have fully enrolled and received your Student Membership Card and Learning Agreement.

How to enrol – if you have applied and received an offer

If you have already applied for a course at Westminster Kingsway College, and have been offered a place, you should receive (by the 11 August 2017) an invitation to attend an enrolment session, including where and when your session is and what you need to bring with you. If you have not received this information then please attend a drop-in enrolment session at the College.

How to enrol – if you applied during the summer or have not yet applied for a course

If you applied over the summer you may receive an interview appointment and information pack. Please remember to bring with you:- evidence of any qualifications; if you are a school/college leaver a reference – if possible –  from your last place of study; if you are applying for an art and design course please bring examples of your artwork.  If you are not able to attend your appointment please visit the relevant college centre on one of the drop in dates to discuss course options.  Details of drop in dates will be in included in your interview pack or via the link on this website.

Please also bring one of the following:

  • Passport*
  • Full UK Birth Certificate (only acceptable for learners with a parent born in the UK stated on the learner’s birth certificate, or for learners born before 1 January 1983)
  • UK Certificate of Naturalisation
  • UK Certificate of Registration
  • EU ID Card
  • Travel Document
  • ARC Card and Home Office letter with date of asylum application
  • Home Office Letter
  • Marriage Certificate (if you are in the UK/EEA on a spousal visa)
  • Valid UK/EEA Visa or entrance clearance.
  • Relative’s UK immigration permission if on family visa.
  • Any other documents

*If you are enrolling on a higher education course please bring your passport to enrolment. 

If you are a non EEA national please bring your passport to enrolment and evidence of your current UK/EEA immigration permissions.

If you are aged 19 or over and receiving any of the following please bring evidence with you:

  • Job Seekers Allowance (Including those in receipt of JSA National Insurance Credit only)
  • Employment Support Allowance (ESA) in the Work Related Activity Group (WRAG).
  • Universal Credits (and you earn either less than 16 times the National Minimum Wage per week or £330 per month, and are determined by Job Centre Plus (JCP) as being in one of the following groups:- All Work-Related Requirements Group; Work Preparation Group or Work-Focused Interview Group).

Please bring evidence with you, such as a current letter from the Benefits Agency and/or a recent bank statement showing the payment of your benefit into your bank. Please note that this evidence must be dated after 1 August 2017 for courses starting in September 2017.

If you are aged 19 or over and receiving any of the following please bring evidence with you:

  • If you are in receipt of any of the following:- Child Tax Credit; Council Tax Support; Guaranteed Pensions Credit; Housing Benefit; Income support; New Enterprise Allowance; Sure Start Maternity Grant; Working Tax Credit; Universal Credits (for any of the reasons mentioned earlier); an asylum seeker in receipt of AS/NASS/Section 4 support. This is not an exhaustive list.

and

  • Earning either less than 16 times the National Minimum Wage a week or £330 a month. You wish to be employed – or progress into more sustainable employment if you are earning less than amounts stated above – and your course is directly relevant to your employment prospects/labour market needs.  

Please bring evidence with you, such as recent benefit information, and if you are in paid employment your most recent payslips (if paid monthly your last two monthly payslips and if you are paid weekly, your last 6 payslips.  Your payslips should include your national insurance number).

You will also need to bring money to pay for your fees.

  • You will be assessed for fee purposes when you visit the College.

You will not be guaranteed a place on your course until you have fully enrolled and received you Student Membership Card and Learning Agreement.

Please download drop in schedule and what to bring checklist using the links below.

Enrolment drop-in dates and times

Enrolment checklist – what to bring

 

Westminster Kingsway College is part of WKCIC group of colleges and you are enrolling into this Group.

If you have any further queries please contact a Learner Consultant on 020 7963 4181 or courseinfo@westking.ac.uk.

 

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