The Application Process for Adult Learners

Adult Education offers courses throughout the year at several dates and times, so the application process can be on-going depending on the course you would like to study and its start date.

We will be organising enrolment events where you can enrol for your chosen course(s) and ask any questions that you may have about the course.  These enrolment events will be held on the following dates;

  • Saturday 31st August 10am – 1pm
  • Saturday 7th September 10am – 1pm
  • Tuesday 3rd September 6pm – 8.30pm
  • Wednesday 4th September 6pm – 8.30pm
  • Tuesday 10th September 6pm – 8.30pm
  • Wednesday 11th September 6pm – 8.30pm

Our enrolment events can take up to an hour and you should be aware that there is limited parking on site.  At the enrolment event you will be required to bring identification and payment for your chosen course.  You will also have your student ID photograph taken for your student lanyard.  You may also be required to sit an initial assessment for Maths and English (or both) to enable us to determine your current educational level and see if the course level is suitable for you.  If it is not, then you will be offered a more suitable course

Ways to apply

Once we have received your application form, we will invite you to attend an initial interview at Itchen to discuss your chosen course.

Admissions policy

Itchen Sixth Form College values equality of opportunity for all students, regardless of ethnicity,age, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, appearance and disability. 

We are committed to the promotion of an inclusive and supportive environment for all students to achieve their potential and celebrate their differences.  

As an inclusive college, we welcome applications from students of all ability levels. 

Adult infill students

As a Sixth Form College, we have a duty of care to our students and as such are not ale to consider applications from people with criminal convictions. ALL infill students will be required to supply a character reference from someone, to whom they are not related, and who has known them, in a professional capacity, for more than two years. 

Adults for other courses

The College does consider students with criminal convictions for dedicated adult groups. Such application decisions are made by the Deputy Principle.