Enrolment for Courses Starting September 2021

Welcome! We are so pleased you have stopped by.  

We have places available on all of our courses so it is not too late to apply and enrol at Middlesbrough College.

Enrolment this year will be a combination of online and onsite enrolment depending on your course, and has now begun.

Please Note: If you have already applied you will receive a letter and an email with details on how you should enrol on your specific course. If you are unsure how to enrol, don't have access to a laptop or computer - don't worry just come down to the college to one of our enrolment sessions (see dates and times below) and we will help you enrol on your course.

If you have not yet applied for a course, just come down and enrol in person. 

If you can’t find what you need or would like further support then why not call our friendly enrolment team on 01642 333366, email them 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. 

Onsite enrolment                

  • Monday 20th September – Friday 24th September - 9.00am – 4.00pm

My Middlesbrough

When you enrol you will receive a login for the My Middlesbrough App, this is where you can access your timetable, attendance records, curriculum 360 and canvas. 

Scan the QR codes below to download the app to your phone

My Mbro App QR Codes
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Full Time Courses (Vocational/A Levels)


Applicants

Applicants for full time courses at Middlesbrough College or TTE will receive a letter and an email inviting you to complete step 1 of your enrolment online through our secure online enrolment facility, where you will also be asked to upload a photograph of yourself along with your GCSE results.

Also within the letter is a date and time to come into College or TTE to complete step 2 of your enrolment when you will meet your tutor, confirm your place on the course, and be able to collect your ID badge and loan laptop (eligible students).

Please bring the below to the onsite stage on your enrolment:

  • Examination result slips or certificates
  • One form of identity - such as your passport national insurance card, driving license
  • This enrolment letter
  • Any recent school reports

Returning Learners – Year 2 or Progressing to the Next Level Course
Students who are returning in September for Year 2 or are moving onto the next level course at Middlesbrough College and TTE should have completed step 1 and have enrolled online already. You will receive a letter and an email to come into College or TTE to complete step 2 of your enrolment when you will meet your tutor, confirm your place on the courses, and be able to collect your ID badge and loan laptop (eligible students).


Not Yet Applied
If you haven’t yet applied for a full time courses, don’t worry there is time and we are guaranteeing a place for everyone who wants to come to college. You can apply online on our website or come along to one of our onsite enrolment dates.

Here is some helpful information on how to apply and you can view all of our courses at our course search pages.

If you need further help click the Chat with us now button at the bottom right hand side of this page for instant help.



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. New applicants will also be asked to upload a photograph and your GCSE results.

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

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

If you have applied, but for some reason you have not yet received a text, letter or email inviting you to enrol contact our admissions department on 01642 333601 or email admissions@mbro.ac.uk for a chat and some advice.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Your ID card will be given to you when you come into College or TTE for step 2 of enrolment.  You can use it to get free travel to and from college or TTE (please note there is a £5 termly admin fee for transport administration if you travel by bus).  More information about travel can be found here.


Please bring the below to the onsite stage on your enrolment:

  • Examination result slips or certificates
  • One form of identity - such as your passport national insurance card, driving license
  • This enrolment letter
  • Any recent school reports (school leavers only)

You will be given your loan laptop and laptop bag when you come into College or TTE for step 2 of enrolment. More information about our MCClick scheme and if you are eligible can be found here.


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 to find out how to apply.


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, you will receive invites to enrol on all of the programmes you have applied for.  You will need to choose which course if your preferred choice. 

If you are still not sure we would encourage you to come into College on the appointment time on your letter and meet with your tutor for some further advice and guidance.  


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 01642 333601 or email admissions@mbro.ac.uk as soon as possible and let us have your new details.


If you have not achieved the grades you need for your chosen course, please call our enrolment team and a member of staff will arrange for you to speak to a specialist tutor. 



Higher Education Courses

Applicants
Applicants for first year of Higher Education courses will receive a letter and an email on 10th August at 8.30am inviting you to complete step 1 of your enrolment online through our secure online enrolment facility, where you will also be asked to upload a photograph of yourself along with your qualifications.

Also within the letter is a date and time to come into College to complete step 2 of your enrolment when you will meet your tutor, confirm your place on the course, and be able to collect your ID badge and loan laptop (eligible students).

Please bring the below to the onsite stage on your enrolment:

  • Examination result slips or certificates
  • One form of identity - such as your passport national insurance card, driving license
  • This enrolment letter
  • Any recent school reports (school leavers only)

 

Returning Learners - Year 2/3 or Progressing to the Next Level Course
Students who are currently studying a Higher Education course who are returning in September for Year 2/3 of a programme or who are moving to the next level course will receive a letter and an email with instructions towards the end of August and be asked to come onsite to complete their enrolment.

 
Clearing/Late Places
We still have places available on our Higher Education courses so why not have a look at our range of full and part time courses that can give you a university level qualification and kick start your career.  Information on clearing can be found here. For full and part time courses, you can apply directly, no need to go through UCAS. Just complete the online application form on course information page of the Higher Education course that interests you.  We will then be in touch and invite you in to enrol.




Access to Higher Education Courses

Applicants

Applicants for Access to Higher Education courses will receive a letter and an email with a date and time to come into College to complete your enrolment onsite.  If you have not yet completed your BKSB maths and English assessments and personal statements you will need to do these onsite first.  Then you will meet your tutor, confirm your place on the course and collect your ID badge.   

Please bring the below to the onsite stage on your enrolment:

  • Examination result slips or certificates
  • One form of identity - such as your passport national insurance card, driving license
  • This enrolment letter

Applicants for Distance Learning Access Course
Applicants for Distance Learning Access courses will receive a letter and an email inviting you to complete your enrolment online through our secure online enrolment facility, where you will also be asked to upload a photograph of yourself along with your qualifications.  If you have not yet completed your BKSB maths and English assessments and personal statements you will be sent a link to complete these assessments online. 

Once your enrolment has been confirmed by your tutor, course joining instructions will be sent out to you.

Not Yet Applied

We still have places available on our Access to Higher Education Courses so why not have a look at our range of courses that can be studied free when moving on to a Higher Education course. You can apply online on our website or come along to one of our onsite enrolment dates.


Advanced Learner Loan
Most Access to HE students will pay for their course through accessing an Advanced Learner Loan, which is written off if you then progress on to study a degree.  See information below on Advanced Learner Loans in our Part Time Courses section.




Part Time Courses

Part Time Enrolment

Part time enrolment will begin on Monday 23rd August and we will be enrolling right through until the end of September onsite.  Please come along to anyone of our enrolment sessions to chat with our tutors, gain information & advice and to enrol on your course.

Please note enrolment for ESOL, GCSE Maths and English for Adults and Functional Skills will take place at our 2 Queens Square building.



Please bring the below to the onsite stage on your enrolment:

  • Examination result slips or certificates
  • One form of identity - such as your passport national insurance card, driving license
  • This enrolment letter


Free Courses for Adults

Aged 19 – 23
If you do not hold a level 2 or 3 qualification, you could study your course for free.  Look out for the L2E and L3E symbols next to the course listings in our Part Time Guide.

Aged 24 and over
If you do not het have a level 3 qualification, you can also study your first level 3 qualification for FREE!  Part of the Government’s Lifetime Skills Guarantee, these fully funded courses could boost your job prospects and help you access new opportunities.

There are 25 courses available to choose from, look out for the LSG symbol next to the course listings in our Part Time Guide.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

In order to enrol you will need to supply one of the following forms of ID:

  • Passport
  • Birth/Adoption/Marriage Certificate
  • Driving Licence
  • ID Card/ Other National ID
  • National Insurance Card/ Letter
  • Examination Certificates
  • Bank Credit/ Debit Card
  • Biometric Residence Permit
  • Certificate of Entitlement to Funding 

In addition to your ID, you will also need your National Insurance number along with any qualification results or certificates. 


We will be able to process your Personal Learning Record via our online system, which can verify any previous achievements within the last 5 years.

Please note that any financial support towards the cost of course fees is dependent on your previous results meaning we will not be able to offer fee remission until we have verified your results.


Depending your individual circumstances and the course you are enrolling on to, you may be eligible for fee remission.

If you do need to pay the fee in full, you can speak with our Finance department to organise a method of payment in the near future however please be aware, we will not be able to fully enrol you until the financial arrangements are in place.


Course Fees

You can pay for your part-time course by credit/debit card on our secure online enrolment form or arrange to pay by direct debit, so please make sure you have your payment method ready when you enrol. Loans are also available to support the cost of study, this can be discussed during enrolment, with our helpful team.

Fees will vary between courses and you can find the fee for each course in our Adults Courses section on the course information page of the course you are interested in 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 course fees information for more information on our support packages.


Advanced Learner Loans

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 not be required to repay your Advanced Learner Loan back.  Our enrolment team can provide you with the information you need to apply.
       

What courses are available?

From entry-level to degree level, our part-time courses span across an extensive range of subjects giving you the best choice and many opportunities to progress onto higher levels.

Take a look at our course guides to find out more.

Please refer to our Fees Guidance page for further information on fees.

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



Enrolment how-to video

Watch our handy how-to video for enrolling onto your course at Middlesbrough College.