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How to Apply

Click on the links here for information on how to apply for:

Full-time Foundation Degree (FdA/ FdSc), top-up BSc (Hons) and HND courses, starting in September 2015

Part-time Foundation Degree and HNC courses, starting in September 2015

Cambridge Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA)

Click here for information on how to enrol

Full-time Foundation Degree (FdA/ FdSc), top-up BSc (Hons) and HND courses, starting in September 2015

Please note that the processes below apply to both new students and current City and Islington College students who are progressing from a lower level course.

To apply for a full-time Foundation Degree course (FdA/ FdSc), top-up BSc or HND course, you will need to submit your application via UCAS. You will find the relevant UCAS course code and links to the relevant UCAS webpage on each of our Higher Education course pages.

Courses awarded by our partner universities (City University London and London Metropolitan University) are listed on UCAS under the partner university, with the exception of Public Service Management FdA which is listed under City and Islington College.

For guaranteed consideration, you need to apply by:

- 18:00 on 15 January 2015
- 18:00 on 24 March 2015 for some art and design courses (including our Fashion with Textiles FdA and Photography FdA)

After these dates, applications received until 18:00 on 30 June 2015 will be considered if course places are still available. Applications received by UCAS after 18:00 on 30 June 2015 will be entered into Clearing. More information about Clearing can be found on the UCAS website here: http://www.ucas.com/how-it-all-works/undergraduate/results/if-you-have-no-offers

Once UCAS have received your application, they will forward it to our Higher Education Admissions Team.

International students click here

What happens once we receive your application from UCAS?

1. Your application will be processed by our admissions team.

2. We will contact you by email, phone or letter to invite you to an interview. In some instances a decision may be made based on the information that you have put on your application, and in these cases, an interview will not be required.

3. If your application/interview is successful, we will offer you a place on the course. The offer may be unconditional or conditional depending on whether you meet the course entry criteria. More information will be given to you at this stage.

4. UCAS will then be updated to reflect your offer and they will notify you of this. You can then accept your offer via UCAS. Depending on when you applied, you will need to respond to our offer by a specific date.

Information about this will be displayed on UCAS Track

You may find our Frequently Asked Questions useful if you would like more information about the UCAS application process.

 

Part-time Foundation Degree and HNC courses, starting in September 2015

You can apply directly to City and Islington College for part-time Foundation Degree and HNC courses by completing our online form. You can do this by following the instructions on the course page. Search for courses here.

Need Help?

If you need more help with your online application, have a look at the Key Steps to Applying Online [PDF] or contact us on 020 7700 9200 or OnlineApps@candi.ac.uk

Applicant Log in

If you have started your online application and selected 'Save and Log Off' you can continue your application by logging back in.

If you have already finished your application, you can view your application progress online.

 

Cambridge Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA)

To apply for the Cambridge Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA), please contact Theresia Julien on Theresia.Julien@candi.ac.uk or 020 7704 7204

 

How to Enrol

The enrolment process is different depending on the Higher Education course you are taking. Check the course page of our website if you are unsure which category your course falls into. The following information applies to full-time and part-time courses starting in January and September/October 2015, including for international students.

Foundation Degrees and top-up BSc (Hons) courses awarded by London Metropolitan University

Year 1 (New students)

Once you have accepted your offer of a place on UCAS, you will receive an enrolment letter from City and Islington College with everything you need to know about how and when to enrol including enrolment dates and requirements.

You will enrol at London Metropolitan University on an allocated date and time. If a conditional offer was made, your exam certificates will be required as proof that conditions have been met. Once enrolled, you will receive a London Metropolitan University ID card.

Once successfully enrolled at London Metropolitan University, you will also need to enrol at City and Islington College on the allocated date and time at your site of study. You will then receive your City and Islington College ID card.

For Foundation Degrees awarded by City University London

Year 1 (New students)

You will receive an email from City University London with your online login details and instructions of how to enrol online.

Once successfully enrolled at City University London, you will also need to enrol at City and Islington College on the allocated date and time at your site of study.You will receive an enrolment letter from City and Islington College with everything you need to know about how and when to enrol including enrolment dates and requirements.

You must bring the following on the day of your enrolment:

1) Passport or any other form of proof of residency listed below:
- Birth Certificate
- Certificate of Naturalisation
- Travel Document 
- Valid UK Visa/Entry Clearance
- Residence Permit
- Immigration Status Document
- Home Office Letter
- ARC Card and Home Office Letter with date asylum was applied for
- Or any other relevant documents as proof of current Residency status.

2) Original Exam Certificates or Results Slips of qualifications you have.

3) A Student Loan Letter, if you have been approved a student loan. Apply for a Student Loan

Once enrolled, you will receive your City and Islington College ID card. You will then collect your City University London ID card from the University.

For full-time and part-time HNCs and HNDs

You will be invited to enrol at City and Islington College on specified dates and times at your site of study, and will complete a City and Islington College enrolment form.

You must bring the following with you on the day of your enrolment:

1) Passport or any other form of proof of residency listed below:

- Birth Certificate
- Certificate of Naturalisation
- Travel Document
- Valid UK Visa/Entry Clearance
- Residence Permit
- Immigration Status Document
- Home Office Letter
- ARC Card and Home Office Letter with date asylum was applied for
- Or any other relevant documents as proof of current Residency status.

2) Original Exam Certificates or Results Slips of qualifications you have.

3) A Student Loan Letter, if you have been approved a student loan. Apply for a Student Loan

or

4) Fees, if you are self–funded and not getting a student loan (Note: A direct debit payment plan can be set up for self-funded learners, therefore please bring your bank details).