How to apply
If you know which course you are interested in and are in Year 11 or above, here are the steps that you need to take to get a place at Reaseheath College!
Step 1 – Complete an application form
Step 2 – Look out for an email or letter from us
This will have details of your interview date with a tutor from your chosen subject.
Step 3 – Meet your tutor
You will receive a telephone call* from your tutor and have an initial college interview. This is a chance to talk about what you would like to achieve at college and what we can do to help. At your interview, you will also have the opportunity to enquire about learning support, accommodation, transport and finance. If you are successful in your interview, you will be given a conditional offer on the same day for a place on your chosen course. *Please note: your telephone call may come from a withheld number
Step 4 – Secure your place
We will send you an offer by email, which we aim to do within 21 days. *Please remember to check you junk box for emails from us
Step 5 – Access our Applicant Hub
You will receive an invite to the Applicant Hub when you have applied.
Step 6 – Welcome to Reaseheath College
We look forward to welcoming you to Reaseheath College. Please remember, the Schools Liaison Team are here to support you through every step of your journey and can be contacted by Telephone: 01270 613242, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Direct message on social media: Reaseheath College (facebook.com)
If at any time you feel that you need any further information, advice or guidance or if you need any assistance completing your application please contact us on 01270 613242 or email email@example.com.
Reaseheath College is committed to promoting fairness, inclusion and equality of opportunity in all its activities. Applications are welcomed from all members of the community regardless of age, disability, gender, ethnic background or religious belief.
The College will take into account any learning difficulties or disabilities and will endeavour to make reasonable adjustments to meet individual needs.