Applying for Southport College University Centre courses
The type of course and level you wish to apply for at Southport College University Centre will determine which application process you follow. We are keen to make the process as simple as possible, and you can follow our step by step instructions.How to Apply
Applying for part-time courses for adults
Many of our part-time courses require a short informal course discussion but many day and evening courses are available for direct enrolment and do not require an interview. For more informaiton visit the detail pages for any of the courses you are interested in.
Study full-time vocational courses with like minded college students looking to progress into the work environment.
Southport College is one of the leading providers of Apprenticeships in the area. Work and train with Southport College.
We are often asked the following questions by our students.
How many courses can I apply for?
At Southport College we offer specialist vocational qualifications and you would study only one of these during your time with us. You apply for one course per application but if you are undecided you can submit multiple applications for different courses. However, you would need to choose one subject before you enrol.
Part-time courses for adults
We don’t limit the number of part-time courses that you can apply for/enrol on. However, you will have to consider how much time you have to commit to each course.
Do I need to have an interview for my course?
Most of our full-time and part-time courses require a short informal course discussion with the course tutor to make sure the course is right for you. Some of part-time courses for adults are available for direct enrolment and do not require a course discussion.
Is there an application deadline?
We do not have a formal application deadline but we recommend that you get your application in as early as possible to ensure you have a place reserved on the course.
Do I have to pay course fees?
Students aged under 19 years at the time of enrolment are exempt from paying course fees. However, there may be other costs associated with your course such as kit, uniforms and trips, although we do offer financial support packages.
If you are over the age of 19 when you start your course you may have to pay course fees depending on the course and your circumstances. In some instances full course fees must be paid and in other instances fee remission may be available. Visit our Financial Support pages to check you eligibility.
Southport College University Centre
Most University Centre students fund their studies through the Student Loan system, although it is possible to self-fund or an employer may fund higher education courses.