Higher Education (HE) Enrolment

New Applicants

 
Enrolment will take place solely online. Applicants for first year of Higher Education courses will receive a letter and an email on Thursday 18th August 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

 
Please have these documents on hand during your enrolment:

  • National Insurance Number
  • Examination result slips or certificates (for adults, it will be your highest-level qualification certificate)
  • One form of identity - such as your passport or driving license
  • Your enrolment letter
  • Any recent school reports (school leavers only)
  • Proof that you have applied for Student Finance and your CRM (Customer Reference Number)
When you have completed your online enrolment, you will be sent a copy of your timetable and a date to start your course. When you come onsite for your first class, you will be given your ID Badge and your loan laptop and laptop bag (if eligible).
  

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.
  
Please note: For Health & Care and Childcare Courses


Disclosure Barring Service Check

Once you have enrolled on your programme the admin staff in the Health & Care and Childcare departments will send you a link to apply for your Disclosure Barring Service Check. The team will also be able to support you with any queries over your application.

There is a cost of £49.60 for the DBS application. Payment is made to Middlesbrough College by calling the Health and Care Office on 01642 333239 or 01642 333242. Please note, DBS applications cannot be processed until payment has been made.
 

Enrolment how-to video


Watch our handy how-to video for enrolling onto your course at Middlesbrough College. You will receive a direct link to your enrolment form in the letter and email you have received from the college.