B&FC needs to makes changes to how we normally operate.

Student FAQs about coronavirus

Enrolment at Blackpool and The Fylde College

Courses starting January to March 2020

Where and when you enrol depends on your course.

To enrol please attend the first class of your chosen course.  

If your course has already started and you've not enrolled please contact us to arrange next steps.

For more information:

Community and hobby courses

When you enrol on a community and hobby course, you must pay the full cost of your course when you sign up on your first class.

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 504 343 or E adultcommunitylearning@blackpool.ac.uk.

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.

Aged 16-18?

Please bring

  • evidence of any qualifications you have
  • your National Insurance number

Aged 19 plus?

Please bring:

  • evidence of any qualifications you have
  • evidence of benefits

If you are applying for an Advanced Learner Loan you also need to bring:

  • your National Insurance number
  • a valid passport

Degree-level course?

Please bring two forms of ID:

  • one to confirm your address
  • one which includes a photo card
  • your Payment Advice letter from Student Finance England or Customer Reference Number (if applicable)

Acceptable forms of ID include 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.

Campus accessibility

Campus plans showing accessibility for the disabled at Bispham Campus and University Centre are available.

View our Disabled Access Guide.