How to apply

Applying for a full-time course

Applying for a place on a full-time course is simple. All you need to do is:

  1. Use the course search to find your course. Click the "apply" button on the course page of the course you're interested in.  

  2. Complete the quick online application form - it only takes a few minutes - but you'll need to do this in one go, you can't save it and come back later.

  3. Once you've submitted your application you'll be sent an offer.

  4. Your tutor meeting will take place (over the phone during lockdown, face-to-face once restrictions are lifted)

  5. You'll be sent an enrolment date.  We'll keep in touch, please let us know if any of your contact details change. 

 

 To help it all run smoothly, please make sure you supply an accurate, active email account for us to contact you.

If you would like access to advice and guidance, please contact the College by emailing info@eastridingcollege.ac.uk.

Alternatively, you can request a paper application form. If you would like a course guide, you can download one or request a course guide to be delivered.

We accept applications throughout the year but we advise you to apply early.  You can come along to an open event to find out more about studying at East Riding College before or after you apply.

For more advice on the application process, see our Applications FAQs

Including FAQs during COVID-19

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Applying for a part-time course

The College offers a wide range of vocational part-time courses including a varied and interesting range of community learning courses for people who want to learn as a hobby or as a route back into education.

You have to enrol for part-time courses in person or by telephone though you might first want to call us on 0345 120 0044 to check that you don't need to have an interview before you can enrol. You can also check this by downloading or requesting a course guide.

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Applying for a higher education course

The way you apply for a higher education course depends on the course you're applying for. Generally, full-time applications are made through UCAS and part-time applications are done on this website.  The best way to apply is to click on the relevant 'Apply' button on the course page you're interested in. You will automatically be directed to the right way to apply. Take a look at the flowcharts below for more information on the application process.

Full-time HE admissions process (flowchart) PDF

Part-time HE admissions process (flowchart) PDF

 

If you are applying directly through UCAS, use institution code E29

If you have applied with the previous code G80 (TEC Partnership) and campus codes:

Beverley: F

Bridlington: M

Hull: H

Your application will still be processed.

Between July and September for full time higher edcuation you will need to apply through Clearing

If you prefer to apply using a paper application form or have any questions, please call 0345 120 0044.

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Applying for an apprenticeship

If you are interested in an apprenticeship and don't have an employer, check out our current vacancies. For updates every time a new apprenticeship vacancy is added, like our Facebook page or follow @ERCforBusiness on Twitter. 

Applying to study for an apprenticeship is easy, but you do need to be in suitable employment to start a programme.  Take a look at the flowchart below for more information.

Apprenticeships admissions process (flowchart) PDF

To register your interest, find an apprenticeship on the course finder and click the apply button. If you would like an apprenticeship guide, you can download one or request a course guide to be delivered.

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Home educated?

If you're over 16 and home educated, and are interested in applying to study at East Riding College, please speak to one of our friendly and experienced guidance team who will be able to advise on your next steps.  Many of our students come back into education at the College after having been home schooled and we are used to helping with the transition.  Come to one of our open events to speak to tutors, guidance officers, meet current students and take a tour of the facilities.  You will be made to feel very welcome.

To make an appointment to speak to one of our guidance team, call 0345 120 0044

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PLEASE NOTE:

The College does not hold a Tier 4 licence and can therefore not accept applications from International students.

Any changes to the privacy notice will be published on BKSB (for current students) and the website (for applicants) as soon as they become available.  Please check for updates.

  

If any of your details change after you have completed your application, please inform central admissions.