Please note: Enrolment can take a few hours, so please allow yourself plenty of time to enrol. We will try to enrol you as quickly as we can, but we recommend giving yourself 2 - 3 hours minimum just in case the enrolment hall is busy and you are asked to queue.
If you are a previous student and you have any outstanding fees/payments you will NOT be able to complete your enrolment until all debts are settled and paid in full. You can clear outstanding debts at enrolment before you start the process, please identify yourself to the triage team and bring cash or card(s) with you to make the payment(s).
Like other public buildings in the UK the College has put additional security in place and we recommend you only bring essential items to your enrolment. The college has adopted a small bag policy and large bags/rucksacks etc. may not be admitted for your safety and the safety of others.
Step by step walkthrough
Once you've applied for a course, you'll be able to enrol. Take a look at the steps involved:
Stage 1: Arrival
You will be met by our friendly team of 'Success Makers' who will explain the enrolment process and hand you an enrolment guide including useful information and a floor plan.>
Stage 2: Application, ID & Fee Assessment Check
Our Admissions Team will review your application, check your evidence/ID, and certificates/grades or any offer conditions. The team will talk to you about your application and will signpost you to the next stage in the process.<>
Stage 3: Subject Specialists
You may meet with subject course teams, including tutors, programme leaders, division heads alongside support staff to answer any course and subject related questions or have not met entry requirements.<>
Stage 4: Information/Advice & Guidance
You will have the opportunity to meet with our Careers & Guidance Team and receive careers information and advice and find out more about the range of services available at College. You can also meet with staff from our Student Finance and our Learning and Disability Support Teams to assess any financial or learning support you may be entitled to or feel you would benefit from.<>
Stage 5: Fee Assessment
If your employer is sponsoring your course or making a part-payment towards your course fees a letter on company headed paper will be required stating your details, the course and the amount to be invoiced.<>
Stage 6: Enrolment
Finally our Registry Team will complete their final checks before setting up your learning record, completing your enrolment and producing your Student ID card. You will leave the hall fully enrolled onto your course and be directed to completed a short feedback survey before leaving the campus. You will leave the David Hockney Building as a fully registered Bradford College student (*subject to you bringing the correct evidence, documents/certificates and payments etc.). You will leave with a new college lanyard. There will be a label on the lanyard with full instructions for your first day at college and links to access your timetable.
How long will my enrolment take?
We recommend that you allow at least 2-3 hours to complete your full enrolment to ensure you complete each stage in full and you are enrolled on to the right course and level.
At peak times the enrolment process can take a while, which is why we suggest giving yourself plenty of time and making sure you have all of your ID, certificates and evidence with you. Hot and cold drinks will be available during your enrolment and wherever possible we will provide seating for any queues that build up. We ask that you remain patient and our 'Success Makers' will try to ensure that the process is as smooth and quick as possible.
We've created a list of frequently asked questions which is available for common queries.