We hold a number of open days at the College throughout the year – please see the Events section of the website for more information. During the open days, you will have the opportunity to speak to course tutors and look at the facilities.
Once you have decided on the course you would like to study, you will follow the application process.
Stage 1: Application Process
Complete the College Application Form online, email Learner Services for a paper copy or contact us by telephone: 01656 302 302.
(If required, we will arrange for you to meet our Additional Needs Support Officer, who will make provisions for any support requirements before the start of term.)
Once we receive your application, we send an acknowledgement to you and arrange an interview with a college tutor
Courses fill up fast, so apply early to avoid disappointment!
Stage 2: College Interview
Interviews are held at the campus where you will attend your course. All interviews are informal and give us a chance to get to know you better
Note, you may be required to undertake a practical skills test or audition
Following interview, you will receive either a conditional offer (where you need to achieve certain grades, perhaps at GCSE) or an unconditional offer of a place on the course
Stage 3: Enrolment
You will complete the enrolment process at the start of acedemic year. You will officially become a learner at Bridgend College when this process has been completed
Please note that for 2016 there is a £30 enrolment fee for all full-time learners on Further Education courses
We are proud to have received the very rare double ‘excellent’ in our Estyn inspection. This award reflects the dedication, innovation and passion of our learners, staff, governors and partners. We are extremely pleased that the high quality of our performance has been recognised in the awards gifted to the college.
Highest Ranking FE College in the UK
In 2017, we were listed as 28th in The Sunday Times Best 100 NFP Organisations, the annual ranking of Britain’s happiest and most motivated workforces. This respected award demonstrates our commitment to both our staff and learners here at Bridgend College.’
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