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The application process may vary depending on the level and type of course you are applying for. Click below for details of each of the application processes.

post 16 course
step 1

Complete your online application or apply via PS16. You can apply via PS16 if you are studying in Year 11 at a Leicester or Leicestershire school that is using the PS16 system.

Need help with your application?

Contact our Student Recruitment Team on 01509 618375 or make a quick enquiry.

step 2

Once you make an application, we’ll invite you in for one of our applicant events. You will need to attend one of these events in order to secure your place at Loughborough College.

step 3

Once you have attended an applicant event you will then be invited to a taster session.

step 4

You will then be invited to visit us in College, just before your course is due to begin, to confirm your GCSE grades. This will help us make sure you're on the correct level of study and prepare for you to get started.

full time undergraduate degrees
step 1

All applications for full-time HNDs, Foundation Degrees, BSc/BA (Hons) and Top-Up degrees must be made via UCAS. The Institution code for Loughborough College is L77. The application process may vary for Non-UK residents.

Need help with your application?

Contact our Registry Team on 01509 618110 or undergradadmissions@loucoll.ac.uk.

step 2

Once you have submitted your application, UCAS/Loughborough College will send you a message confirming receipt. You will also receive a message from UCAS with details of how to monitor your application using UCAS Track.

step 3

We’ll reply to your application and if you are successful we will make you an offer. This step may vary for international students.

step 4

We will inform you of our decision via UCAS Track and by post:

Conditional Offer (C) - the offer of a place at Loughborough College is subject to you achieving certain exam results.

Unconditional Offer (U) - the offer of a place is not subject to achieving any further exam results.

step 5

You must inform UCAS about your decisions via UCAS Track regarding the various offers that may have been made to you by your chosen institutions. You will need to make a FIRM and an INSURANCE choice by early May. UCAS notify us of any decision you make regarding Loughborough College.

part time undergraduate degrees
step 1

You can apply for our degrees via UCAS or directly through Loughborough College. How to apply will depend on the course you choose. The apply button on each course page will take you through to the correct application method. The application process may vary for Non-UK residents.

Need help with your application?

Contact our Registry Team on 01509 618110 or undergradadmissions@loucoll.ac.uk.

step 2

Once you have submitted your application, UCAS/Loughborough College will send you a message confirming receipt. If you have applied via UCAS you will also receive a message from UCAS with details of how to monitor your application using UCAS Track.

step 3

We’ll reply to your application and if you are successful we will make you an offer. This step may vary for international students.

step 4

If you applied via UCAS we will inform you of our decision via UCAS Track:

Conditional Offer (C) – the offer of a place at Loughborough College is subject to you achieving certain exam results.

Unconditional Offer (U) – the offer of a place is not subject to achieving any further exam results.

If you applied directly to the College we will write to you with your offer decision.

step 5

If you applied via UCAS you must inform UCAS about your decisions via UCAS Track regarding the various offers that may have been made to you by your chosen institutions. You will need to make a FIRM and an INSURANCE choice by early May. UCAS notify us of any decision you make regarding Loughborough College.

If you applied directly to Loughborough College please confirm your choice by the date stated in your offer message.

apprenticeships
step 1

To apply for an Apprenticeship, visit our Vacancies page to see what is currently available. If you find something suitable click on the apply button which will take you to the gov.uk website to apply.

step 2

Once you’ve applied, you will be shortlisted against the job description.

step 3

If shortlisted, a member of the Apprenticeship Team will call to conduct a short telephone interview.

step 4

If successful following telephone interview, we will submit your application to the employer for consideration for interview.

step 5

Employers will let us know whether they want to arrange an interview with you.

step 6

If successful at interview, you’ll start your Apprenticeship.

part-time and professional courses
step 1

Application processes for part-time and professional courses can vary. Complete your online application or contact our Student Recruitment Team on 01509 618375 or make a quick enquiry.

step 2

Your details will then be passed on to the course leader to take forward. Some courses may require an assessment or interview prior to enrolment.

step 3

If your application is successful you will be sent information on how to enrol.

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