Information for Applicants

Applications for Study

While the unprecedented situation surrounding the closure of schools and colleges while coronavirus is ongoing, you can still apply for courses starting in September. Online applications remain open even while the College is closed.

Online applications are open at

Have a listen to Simon, our School Engagement Officer, guide you through the application process and answer some of the common questions we are being asked. Then, follow the points below.

We’ve also come up with a Reading List for those Year 11s who are planning on coming to study with us in September. There’s something on every subject to keep you busy!

Download Recommended Reading List

All Further Education and Access to HE  applicants who have applied will receive a conditional offer based on the entry requirements of the course.

Higher Education applicants will be contacted by a lecturer for a telephone interview before being made an offer.

People interested in Foundation Studies courses should apply or enquire on the website and will be contacted by telephone or email.

Level 3 Students and Applications to Higher Education Courses

Students applying for higher education courses through UCAS can contact Jacqui Vanderstock with any queries via or

If you are yet to apply to a full-time higher education course, you can still apply at You will need to enter the UCAS buzzword for the College, which is NPTCGROUP2020. Once you have applied, please keep checking UCAS Track to review decisions and accept any offers ahead of your individual deadline. Part-time applications to higher education courses can be made via the course pages on this website.

Student Finance Wales is now open for applications for the 2020/21 academic year. Complete your application at