- College Open Evening can be found here
- Complete the application form online by Friday 18thDecember 2020.
- Information for Current Salesian Applicants: For students currently in Year 11 at Salesian School, please refer to the welcome email which was sent directly to students school email address, sent by Admissions+. This provides you with a username and password which you can use to login and complete the online application. Please do not create a new account. If you need this information to be re-sent, please email Mrs Bullock firstname.lastname@example.org
- Information for New Applicants: If you are applying to Salesian College from another school, please follow this link to create an online application.
- If you are a new student, we will invite you to attend the College for an informal meeting with a member of the College Leadership Team to discuss your career plans and your desired study programme.
- Students will receive an offer for our College, which is conditional upon them meeting the entrance requirements for the College, as well as the particular subjects they have chosen. For further details, please see our College Course Booklet.
- The “Year 11 into College” day – This will be an opportunity for both current Salesian and new students to participate in lessons to help them make an informed choice of study programme.
- We will then ask students provisionally to choose the subjects they wish to study in September. All students will be required to pay an admissions fee of £20 at this point which goes towards external speakers, extra-curricular opportunities and charity fundraising. The deadline for subject choices will be March 2021.
- The date for enrolment will be confirmed in due course.
- Enrolment will take place online after GCSE results day with an optional drop-in afternoon at the College should any questions arise.
- New students should ensure that they have their statement of results, you will need to upload this when you enrol online.
- Students should be prepared to choose four subjects on enrolment day as they begin their study programme with four qualifications, usually dropping back to three after October half term, once students have received their first assessment results.