Enrolment at Blackpool and The Fylde College

Courses starting in September 2019

For community and hobby programmes, please contact us on T 01253 504 620 or E adultcommunitylearning@blackpool.ac.uk for information about availability and where to enrol.

Degree-level students

Main degree-level enrolment starts on Wednesday 21 August and runs until Friday 30 August. To help manage the queues different subjects have been allocated distinct enrolment days. View the enrolment guide to check which days have been allocated for your degree. Don’t worry as this is just a guideline. If this doesn’t suit you, just come on any day below at a time best for you.

Information about course start dates and locations of where to attend on your first day can be found on our joining instructions page.

Enrolment is when you officially become a college student. To enrol for a further education or degree-level course starting in September, please attend one of our enrolment events. Check the schedule below for dates and times.

DateTimeLocation
 Wednesday 21 August 2019 Degree-level study enrolment starts

 9am - 7pm
 Bispham Campus

Thursday 22 August 2019

Enrolment for 16-18 years only (all subjects including Maritime)

GCSE results day

9am - 7pm

Bispham Campus

Friday 23 August 2019

Open Enrolment


9am - 4pm

Bispham Campus

 Tuesday 27 August 2019

 Open Enrolment

 9am - 7pm

Bispham Campus and
University Centre

 Wednesday 28 August 2019

 Open Enrolment

 9am - 7pm

Bispham Campus and
University Centre

 Thursday 29 August 2019

 Open Enrolment

 9am - 7pm

Bispham Campus and
University Centre

 Friday 30 August 2019

 Open Enrolment

 9am - 4pm

Bispham Campus and
University Centre

 Tuesday 3 September 2019

 Open Enrolment

 4.30pm - 7pm

Bispham Campus and
University Centre

 Wednesday 4 September 2019

 Open Enrolment

 4.30pm - 7pm

Bispham Campus and
University Centre

 Thursday 5 September 2019

 Open Enrolment

 4.30pm - 7pm

Bispham Campus and
University Centre

 Wednesday 11 September 2019

 Open Enrolment

 4.30pm - 7pm

Bispham Campus and
University Centre

Where to go

Please see the list of courses below to find out which campus you need to go to:

Apprenticeships, Level 2 and 3 College Courses and Level 3 Courses

Bispham CampusUniversity Centre
Adult Community Courses
Automotive and Motorsport
Business and Enterprise
Casino and Gaming Technology
Catering, Hospitality and Events Management
Children, Young People and Families
Computing and Digital Technologies
Construction
Engineering
English (GCSE and Functional Skills)
Hair, Beauty and Related Therapies
Health and Medical Professions
Maths (GCSE and Functional Skills)
Public Services
Science
Sport, Leisure and Recreation
Travel and Tourism
Access to Higher Education
Accounting and Finance – AAT
Art
Counselling
English (Functional Skills)
Fashion
Graphic Design
Maths (Functional Skills)
Media Production, Film and Television
Performing Arts and Music
Photography
ESOL
Part-time (for Adults) - Health and Medical Professions
Part-time (for Adults) – Children, Young People and Families
Part-time (for Adults) - Learning Support

Degree-level Courses

Bispham CampusUniversity Centre
Automotive
Construction
Engineering
Acting
Business and Enterprise
Catering, Hospitality and Events Management
Children, Young People and Families
Computing and Digital Technologies
Criminology
English
Fashion
Fine Art
Graphic Design
Health and Medical Professions
Learning Support
Media Production, Film and Television
Musical Theatre
Photography
Public Services
Project Management
Science
Sport, Leisure and Recreation
Teacher Training
Travel and Tourism

What to bring

If you are residing in this country on any type of visa or have recently settled in this country, please bring your passport and/or visa evidence along with any other relevant evidence.

Further education course

To be able to sign up to a full-time or part-time further education course you must bring along up-to-date, original benefit evidence or a method of payment – debit/credit card, cheque, cash or direct debit payment plan. You will also need to provide your National Insurance number and a parent/guardian email address.

Higher education course

When you sign up for a higher education course you will be required to supply two forms of ID, one to confirm your address and one which includes a photo card (both IDs must be brought to enrolment). Acceptable forms of ID are: driving licence photo card; passport; student loan/grant confirmation letter; bank or government agency certificate or ID; utility bill.

If you are self-funding your course you will need to either pay the fees in full at enrolment or pay a deposit and set up an instalment plan for the remainder of the fees

If you have applied for a Tuition Fee Loan you will need to produce the University or College Payment Advice letter. This is a letter sent to you from Student Finance England stating that they will be paying the fees on your behalf. Should you not be able to provide the letter from Student Finance England we will need your Customer Reference Number in order to process your enrolment.

Note: A Direct Debit instalment plan is available to Home Status Students attending further and higher education courses. Please remember to bring your bank details with you.

Community and hobby programmes

When you enrol on a community and hobby programme, you will be required to pay the full cost of your course when you sign up. Payments can be made by cash, cheque or credit/debit card.

For information about availability and where to sign up for a community and hobby programme please call us on T 01253 504 620 or E adultcommunitylearning@blackpool.ac.uk.

Campus accessibility

Campus plans showing accessibility for the disabled at Bispham Campus and University Centre are available. View our Disabled Access Guide.

Photography

Throughout the duration of our open events there may be official event photography/filming taking place for marketing and promotional purposes.

Images and footage may be used both in online and offline publications, public relations and advertising, such as social media, brochures, information leaflets, adverts, posters and other formats for the promotion of the College and of College programmes.

If for any reasons you or a member of your group does not wish to be photographed, please make yourself known to staff working at the event on arrival or to the photographer.