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I'm not sure what I want to study

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Perhaps you’ve not got the GCSE grades you were hoping for, or maybe you’ve decided against your original study choice. Whatever the reason, don’t worry - we’ll be able to offer you the guidance to help get you back on track and enrolled on a course that’s right for you.

We offer a range of full-time study opportunities at all levels in a diverse range of subject areas, including Entry Level courses, so we will be able to help you find a course no matter what grades you’ve got.

If you’d like some guidance on what your options are, we suggest that you come to one of our main enrolment centres to chat to one of our friendly Progression Advisers or tutors.

We can explain your options and help you decide which course of study is best for you. You’ll simply need to turn up at the relevant enrolment centre and we’ll look after the rest. We can explain your options and help you decide which course of study is best for you. Just come to the relevant enrolment centre depending on what subject you’d like to study between 9.30am - 4pm, Monday-Friday from Thursday 25th August (excluding Bank Holiday Monday). Please see below for a list of the relevant enrolment centres.

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Access and Pre-Access to Higher Education and Employment

Business and IT


Foundation Learning / Career Pathways

Health and Social Care

Part-Time GCSEs





Full-Time GCSEs

Hair and Beauty

London Road



Hospitality and Catering


Uniformed Public Services



If you are unsure which Centre you need to go to or need any more information, please contact us online or give us a call on 0115 914 6414.

When you come to enrol please bring your exam results slips or evidence of previously achieved qualifications with you.  

Financial Support

If you’re aged 16-18 and a UK resident, you shouldn’t have to pay anything for your tuition fees, plus there are various schemes to help you with the cost of travelling to and from College, for buying books or equipment and to assist with the cost of study visits and residential trips.

If you want to know more about financial support, there’s information on our website or you can contact our Telephone Enquiries Centre on 0115 914 6414 or email

In fact, if you have any questions or are unsure of anything please do get in touch - our admissions department will be able to sort you out with any more information you need.

See you soon!