Applying for a course at Walsall College is really simple – visit our course pages, find a course that you like and click the Apply Now button!

From helping you decide which course is right for you, to advising you on your finances, our Student Services team is always on hand to offer impartial advice, guidance and support, as and when you need it. Please email info@walsallcollege.ac.uk to get further support.

Our courses can be very popular, so once you’ve decided which one you’d like to study, it’s a good idea to apply as early as possible to avoid disappointment. Make sure you use our application checklist on how to apply for Walsall College, it’s there to help guide you through the process from start to finish.

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Please download our 'Everything you need to know about joining Walsall College' factsheet.

Coronavirus Update

If you are a young person (aged under 19) applying for a full time course

We can confirm that we will offer you a place at Walsall College, subject to the information you have provided in your application.

Over the next few weeks, a course tutor will telephone you to discuss your application. (You will receive a text message shortly before the tutor calls you.)

As soon as it is safe to do so, you will be invited to attend a welcome session at the college. You will also receive further details about how to enrol for September.

If you declared any additional support needs in your application, we will also be in touch regarding these. If you have an Education, Health and Care Plan then your application will also be subject to a formal request for consultation by the Local Authority and review by our SEND Admissions Panel to ensure we can meet your needs.

If you are an Adult or Part Time Learner

The current situation means that the start dates before September are uncertain. We will contact you as soon as the new start dates can be put in place.

In the meantime, you may want to consider one of our distance learning courses. Please visit our website to find out more about the qualifications you can gain while studying at home.

If you are applying for a higher education course

If you are applying to study at more than one higher education institution, you will also need to submit an application through UCAS. Students who intend to study at Walsall College only do not need to apply through UCAS.

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