Enrolment for Courses Starting September 2020

Welcome! We are so pleased you have stopped by.  

We have places available on all of our courses and you can rest assured you will be safe studying with Middlesbrough College Group in our Covid-secure buildings.

Enrolment will be online this year or onsite in our socially distanced campus and will run throughout August and September. Please see details below for enrolment dates and instructions for all programmes. 

Socially Distanced Enrolment Times

 

  • Mon 21st September – Fri 25th September 11am – 4pm

We look forward to seeing you at the College to enrol.


We recommend you complete your online enrolment on a laptop or desktop computer

If you are unable to enrol online or if you need careers advice or any other help and support, call our friendly enrolment team on 01642 333366, email them at enrol@mbro.ac.uk or click the Chat with us now button at the bottom right hand side of this page for instant help. The team are available from 9am – 4.45pm Mon – Thurs and until 4.00pm on Fri.

We expect everybody to wear a face covering entering the college premises and they should be kept on in public areas unless there is a reasonable excuse for removing it.  


Click on a section to jump to documents below:
 

Full Time Learners | Part Time Learners | Higher Education Learners


Additional information:

Course Fees | Covid-Secure Site

 

Full Time Courses (Vocational/A Levels)

Returning Learners – Year 2 or Progressing to the Next Level Course

Students who have already studied at Middlesbrough College or TTE who are returning in September for Year 2 of a programme or who are moving to the next level course will receive a letter and an email with instructions and a link to enrol online. 


New Applicants Starting September 2020 - A Levels/Mix It Up/ Applied Programmes/ High Needs Students

If you have already applied for one of these programmes you will be invited in to a socially distanced enrolment slot in our Sixth Form, MC6, or our main building, please look out for your letter in the post.

If you haven’t applied please visit our website and apply online for an A Level programme and then contact our admissions department on 01642 333601 or email admissions@mbro.ac.uk and they will arrange a socially distanced enrolment slot for you. 


New Applicants Starting September 2020 – Vocational Courses at Middlesbrough College and TTE

If you have already applied for a full time course at Middlesbrough College or TTE to start in September we will be inviting you to enrol online on your programme through our secure online enrolment facility, where you will also be asked to upload a photograph of yourself along with your GCSE results.

We will send you a letter and an email with all the details along with the date and time the enrolment system will be live. There will be a link in the letter that will direct you to the online enrolment page for your specific programme.


Not Yet Applied

If you have not yet applied, don’t worry you can still apply for a full time course up to 18th August and we are guaranteeing a place for everyone who wants to come to college. Here is some helpful information on how to apply

From the 19th August, there is no need to apply, you can enrol online on the full time vocational course of your choice.  To do this you can access the course you wish to enrol on through our course search pages.  Once you have completed the online enrolment form a tutor will contact you to discuss your course, to answer any questions and to complete your enrolment with you.


Completing Your Online Enrolment

Enrolling online will take you approximately 20 minutes and you will need your NI Number and your contact details before you begin.  You must complete the enrolment in one go as there is no save facility. You will also be asked to upload a photograph and your GCSE results and evidence of your identity (drivers licence, passport).

Please note: All sections must be completed, do not leave any section blank.

There is a Enrolment Help Guide and a video which will give you some extra hints and tips to completing your enrolment. 

For any queries on full time vocational courses and A Level applications and enrolment contact our admissions department on 01642 333601 or email admissions@mbro.ac.uk for a chat and some advice.  If you are unable to enrol online we can arrange an appointment for you




Frequently Asked Questions

Your ID card will be posted out to you or given to you in your first week of induction.  You can use it to get free travel to and from college (please note there is a £5 termly admin fee for transport administration if you travel by bus). Find out more on our travelling to college page.

 

If you are aged 16 – 18 with a household income of £25,000 or under you may be eligible for financial support. Please visit our Financial Support information on the website for eligibility criteria and complete the online application form.  You will be asked to submit evidence of income by emailing studentfinance@mbro.ac.uk.  

We have been contacting applicants over the last couple of weeks to provide additional careers advice and to confirm which is your preferred choice.  If we have not been able to get in touch with you, we will have chosen the first course on your application form, however you can change this by contacting our admissions department on 01642 333601 or email admissions@mbro.ac.uk.  They will arrange for a chat with a specialist tutor if we feel this would be helpful or may just transfer you to your preferred course choice.

If you have not received regular information from us, we may not have your most up to date contact details.  Please contact our admissions department as soon as possible and let us have your new details.

If you are not sure if you have achieved the grades you need for your chosen course, please continue to enrol on the programme regardless following the link that we sent you in your enrolment letter.

A tutor will contact you within 24 hours of you completing your online form and have a chat with you and ensure you are on the right programme for your career choice and ability.

Higher Education Courses 


Returning Learners – Year 2 or Progressing to the Next Level Course

Students who have already studied at Middlesbrough College on a Higher Education course who are returning in September for Year 2 of a programme will be automatically enrolled directly by the College so you don’t need to do anything.

If you are moving to the next level course you will receive a letter and an email with instructions and a link to enrol online.  Please follow the instructions and complete your online enrolment by Friday 27th August 2020.

New Applicants Starting September 2020 

If you have already applied for a higher education course at Middlesbrough College to start in September we will be inviting you to enrol online on your programme through our secure online enrolment facility. 

We will send you a letter and an email with all the details along with the date and time the enrolment system will be live. There will be a link in the letter that will direct you to the online enrolment page for your specific programme.

Enrolling online will take you approximately 20 minutes and you will need your NI Number, your highest level qualification details and your contact information before you begin.  You must complete the enrolment in one go as there is no save facility. You will also be asked to upload a photograph and evidence of your identity (drivers licence, passport, birth certificate etc).  You will need to confirm how your fees will be paid i.e student loan.

Please note: All sections must be completed, do not leave any section blank.

There is a handy Enrolment Help Guide and a video which will give you some extra hints and tips to completing your enrolment. 

For support, call our friendly enrolment team on 01642 333366, email them at enrol@mbro.ac.uk or click the Chat with us now button at the bottom right hand side of this page for instant help. The team are available from 9am – 4.45pm Mon – Thurs and until 4.00pm on Fri.

Not Yet Applied

We still have places available on all of our HE courses. To apply visit our course search pages, choose the course of your choice and enrol directly online. There is no need to go through UCAS if you are applying for a full time programme.  Once you have completed the online enrolment form a tutor will contact you to discuss your course, to answer any questions and to complete your enrolment with you.

 

Access to Higher Education Courses

Already Applied

If you have already applied for an Access to Higher Education programme you will receive a letter in the post with clear instructions on how to enrol. 

Those applicants who have completed the online English and maths assessment will receive a letter and an email with instructions and a link to enrol online.  Please follow the instructions and complete your online enrolment by Friday 27th August 2020. 

Enrolling online will take you approximately 20 minutes and you will need your NI Number, your highest level qualification details and your contact information before you begin.  You must complete the enrolment in one go as there is no save facility. You will also be asked to upload a photograph and evidence of your identity (drivers licence, passport, birth certificate etc).

Please note: All sections must be completed, do not leave any section blank.

There is a handy Enrolment Help Guide and a video which will give you some extra hints and tips to completing your enrolment. 

If you have not completed your online English and maths assessment you will receive a letter inviting you in to a socially distanced enrolment slot at our campus so you can complete your assessment and enrol on your programme.

Not Yet Applied

If you haven’t applied don’t worry, we still have places available, come down to one of our Socially Distanced Enrolment Times (detailed under the Adult Part Time section of this page) or call for an appointment slot.

For support, call our friendly enrolment team on 01642 333366, email them at enrol@mbro.ac.uk or click the Chat with us now button at the bottom right hand side of this page for instant help. The team are available from 9am – 4.45pm Mon – Thurs and until 4.00pm on Fri.

 

Part Time Adult Courses

You will find information on all of our part time adult courses on our course search pages or in our part-time prospectus which you may have had come through your letter box recently. 


Enrol Online

You can enrol online if you prefer, please see the Enrol now button on the course information page of the course you are interested in studying.  Click this and follow the instructions.

Enrolling online will take you approximately 20 minutes and you will need your NI Number, your highest level qualification details and your contact information before you begin.  You must complete the enrolment in one go as there is no save facility. You will also be asked to upload a photograph and evidence of your identity (drivers licence, passport, birth certificate).

Please note: All sections must be completed, do not leave any section blank.

There is a handy Enrolment Help Guide and a video which will give you some extra hints and tips to completing your enrolment. 

Course Fees

If you enrol on a part time course online you will be contacted by the finance department to make arrangements to pay your fees.  If you enrol in the College at one of our socially distanced sessions, you will need to pay for your course then. You can pay for your course by cash, cheque, credit/debit card or monthly instalment plan. Student Loans and Advanced Learner Loans are also available for some courses to support the cost of study, this can be discussed during enrolment.

Fees will vary between courses and you can find the fee for each course in the Part Time Guide or on the course information page of the course you are enrolling on.

However, depending on your circumstances, the cost of your course may be free! Middlesbrough College have a number of financial support packages to help with the cost of study such as learner support funds, support with childcare costs and professional and career development loans. View our Part Time Guide for more information on our support packages.

 

 Advanced Learner Loan

If you are aged over 19 and would like to study a level 3 or 4 qualification you could qualify for an Advanced Learner Loan from the Government.

  • Easy application
  • No credit checks or means testing
  • Repayments only start once you earn over £25,000
  • Repayments equate to 9% of your earnings over £25,000

If you study an Access to Higher Education Diploma and then progress and complete your degree, you will no longer be required to repay your Advanced Learner Loan back. You can discuss our Advanced Learner Loan along with our other financial support packaged at enrolment.
 

Take our fees questionnaire

 
Middlesbrough College Fees Questionnaire

Please note, this chart outlines the main criteria applied when deciding whether fees are payable but is not exhaustive - please also refer to our Fees Guidance page for further information.

Applicants will need to pay fees for all full cost and higher education courses.

 

Covid-secure Site

The College is a Covid-secure site and you must sanitise your hands before entering the building and follow social distancing at all times. We expect everybody to wear a face covering entering the college premises and they should be kept on in public areas unless there is a reasonable excuse for removing it. In order for us to maintain appropriate numbers of students in our buildings as per government guidelines and effectively social distance, we would ask that you come to enrol on your own unless you need support, in which case a family member will be able to accompany you. 

Parents, Guardians, family members or friends will be able to wait in the College car parks, no parking charges apply throughout enrolment.

It is important that you DO NOT come to College if you show any signs of Covid-19.

 

Course Information and Prospectuses

Find our full list of courses here and view our prospectuses.

 

How to Find Us/Parking

Our student car park is on Wynyard Way and this is free throughout all of enrolment.  Please see our Contact page for our map and details on how to find us.