It’s never too late to apply. You can apply to Canterbury College even if you have already applied to your school. Come to one of our Open Days and keep your options open.
You can apply three ways:
- Apply Online
- Apply to Canterbury College via our online application form.
- Print & Post
- You can print out the form and post it to us (application form for print). Once completed please send, or hand deliver it to:
Student Admissions, Canterbury College, New Dover Road, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 3AJ.
- Kent Choices 4 U
- Students can also apply to Canterbury College through Kent Choices 4 U run by Kent County Council.
In November, Year 11 learners in Kent will receive an unlock (access) code in the post and parents/carers will also receive a letter about kentchoices4u.com. The code allows you to apply online to schools and colleges throughout Kent.
- Higher Education
- If you are applying for an HND, Foundation Degree or BA/BSc Top Up Degree - please visit our Higher Education Application Pages.
How to Apply
- You will be invited to attend an interview where you can find out everything about the course and the College and check that the course is right for you.
- At interview you may be formally offered a place. This offer will either be unconditional or conditional on you achieving the course entry requirements
- Underlying this offer is a promise that we will also make every effort to provide you with an alternative course should your plans change or your eventual results be higher or lower than expected
- In the summer, we will write to you inviting you to come in to enrol
before the start of term. You will need to bring:
- Exam Results
- Form of ID (passport or Driving License)
- If you have not achieved the entry requirements, the tutors will advise you of alternative courses that may be suitable for you
- At enrolment, you will complete a Learning Agreement and receive your Student Card and joining instructions
If you would like to make any amendments or do not receive confirmation by email, please contact the Admissions Department on:
- Tel: 01227 811259
- Email: email@example.com
- Post: Student Admissions, Canterbury College, New Dover Road, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 3AJ
- Tel: 01795 581581
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Post: Canterbury College Swale Campus, Bridge Road, Sheerness, Kent, ME12 1HL
Please refer to the Fee Codes below to see if you qualify for a fee waiver.
Some students may have to pay for their course, depending on their age and circumstances. The fees are listed throughout this guide, next to the specific courses.Fees are to be paid at enrolment and for fees over £200. They can be paid in monthly instalments if paid by direct debit.
A - Fee Code A
Tuition fees will be waived for the following learners who are entitled to full funding for their learning programme. If you do not qualify for free tuition, a fee of approximately £1,600 per year may apply.
|Course Level||Age: 16-18||Age: 19-23||Age: 24+|
|Entry or Level 1||Free||
C - Full Level 2 Entitlement
If you are aged 19-23 and do not already hold a full Level 2 qualifi cation or higher (e.g. 5 GCSEs A-C, BTEC First Diploma, Intermediate GNVQ, NVQ 2 or equivalent), you may not have to pay course fees. Guidance is available from the College.
D - Short Courses
There is no fee remission – all students must pay the tuition fees.
G - Full Level 3 Entitlement
If you are aged 19-23 and do not already hold a full Level 3 qualification or higher, you may not have to pay tuition fees.
HE - Higher Education Courses
If you are applying for an HND, Foundation Degree or BA/BSc Top Up Degree - please visit our Higher Education Application Pages.
APP - Apprenticeships
You will not pay tuition fees for your Apprenticeship if you are 16-18. If you are 19 or over, your employer will need to contribute towards the cost of your Apprenticeship on an annual basis.