Next Steps:

Full-Time Enrolment

After you have applied and been accepted to study a course with us at Hull College, you will receive an enrolment pack via email with instructions on how to pre-enrol using our online system. If you are unable to complete your pre-enrolment form online, please call 01482 598883 to make alternative arrangements. Once you have completed your pre-enrolment form online, you will be required to attend college in-person to complete the enrolment process. Please note you will be given a specific time and date to do so depending on the course you have applied for.

When you come into the college to enrol, it’s important that you only attend the appointment that you are given. You should also bring the following with you:

  • A copy of your GCSE/A Level results
  • All of your qualifications and certificates

If you are 19 years or older, you will also need to bring:

  • Method of payment or details of your student loan, if applicable
  • Bank details, if applicable

If your Nationality is not British or if your nationality is British and you have not lived in the UK for the last three years you will also need to bring:  

  • Passport / Visa / Residence Permit / Screenshot of EU Settlement Scheme Immigration Portal showing Settled or Pre-Settled status.

Please be sure to check the Conditions of Enrolment information below.

It’s not too late to apply and enrol for a course to start this year. You can search and apply for courses by clicking here or visit the Queens Gardens campus if you’d rather speak to someone in person.

Part-Time Enrolment

We offer a wide range of part-time courses that you can enrol on now, ready to start in September. If you would like to enrol on a part time course, please call 01482 313417 between 9am and 4pm Monday to Friday.

Financial Help

If you are concerned about your finances while you study, our dedicated team of experts can guide you through all the options available. To find out more about financial support click here.

Conditions of Enrolment

Below are the conditions for enrolment for Hull College.

Outstanding Debt

The college reserves the right not to accept your enrolment if you have outstanding debts with the college or if you have been excluded from the college.

Change of Details

You should inform the college of any changes to your personal data or circumstances.

Course Offer

The college reserves the right to change course content or withdraw a course from offer.

Praise & Complaints

Your feedback is important to us, please follow this link to give praise or to make a complaint.

Equality & Diversity

The Hull College Group is committed to providing an environment that promotes equality for all and celebrates its diverse community. To read more of our Equality and Diversity Statement please click here.

Student Behaviour and Disciplinary Policy

This key Policy underpinning the Student Behaviour & Disciplinary Process for the Group can be found on our Student Portal.

The college is committed to our four Cornerstones of Respect, Support, Commitment and Safety, which are our shared expectations for all staff, learners and visitors. These are the foundations of our shared acceptable standards.

European Social Fund (ESF)

Each year the ESF helps millions of Europeans improve their lives by learning new skills and finding better jobs. Hull College receives ESF funding directly, and is also a co-financing organisation and uses European Social Funds from the European Union to directly or indirectly part-finance learning activities. Your course may be funded or part funded by the ESF. Further information on the ESF, what it does, how it helps and who benefits is available here.

Privacy Notice

Further information about the use of and access to your personal data, and details of organisations with whom we regularly share data are available here.

Data Protection Policies

Please visit our Data Protection & GDPR page for more information.

Higher Education

It is your responsibility to read and abide by the HE Regulations and BERA guidelines in relation to Research and the application of Research Ethics. These can be viewed here.

Legal Jurisdiction

Disputes under these regulations or any other regulations of Hull College or any contract between Hull College and any students shall be governed by English Law and the parties agree to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts.

Student Experience

The college is committed to:

  • Providing you with a course that matches your ability and aspirations
  • Recognising your previous learning and experience wherever possible
  • Giving you the opportunity to transfer courses with the support and guidance of your tutor/assessor
  • An induction; introducing you to your course, teaching staff, colleagues and the College
  • Giving you information about the work you will be expected to do and how it will be assessed
  • Providing you with information, advice and guidance throughout your course
  • Providing tutors and support staff who have the skills, qualifications and commitment to support you and to encourage you to succeed
  • Providing you with appropriate equipment, facilities and accommodation
  • Providing a range of teaching and learning experiences throughout your course
  • Providing opportunities for your personal development and independence
  • Encouraging you to take responsibility for your own learning in cooperation with your tutors/ assessors
  • Marking and providing feedback on your submitted work and returning it to you within agreed timescales
  • Providing opportunities to review your progress, record achievement and plan for your future
  • Providing opportunities for you to comment on and discuss your course and college facilities
  • Providing a healthy and safe environment
  • Ensuring equal treatment and equality regardless of diversity or difference
  • Celebrating your success

As a member of the college, you have a responsibility to:

  • Work to maintain a positive learning culture within which individuals enjoy and benefit from learning and appreciate its relevance
  • Take responsibility for your own learning, observing the Colleges rules and regulations
  • Treat each other with consideration and respect and value each other’s contribution, avoiding any anti-social behaviours or activities
  • Express ourselves honestly, but sensitively and listen to the views of others, working together to achieve excellence and fulfil our goals and ambitions
  • Be punctual and maintain good attendance in all classes
  • Work innovatively, creatively and imaginatively, sharing ideas and good practise with each other
  • Treat all individuals and College property and premises with respect and refrain from illegal use of facilities including information and communication technology
  • Continuously improve our skills, knowledge and practice
  • Recognise, value and celebrate our individual and shared success
  • Trust each other to behave in a manner that is consistent with our shared values

Hull College is committed to providing equality of opportunity for all students whatever your chosen education or career pathway and seeks to ensure that students are able to access appropriate learning and facilities that underpins our key expectations of Excel, Respect, Innovate and Celebrate (ERIC).

Support for students with a disability and/or additional learning needs

Hull College is an inclusive college and supports many students who have a disability or an additional learning need. We strive to make any reasonable adjustment possible on an individual basis following an initial assessment of student needs. We cannot guarantee to support every individual, and if this is not possible we will provide an explanation, and sign-post students to another provider/advisor who may be able to offer alternative support.

To ensure we can discuss with you how we can deliver a support package to meet your needs, please contact your local Student Support Services Team on (01482) 381932.

Opportunities to discuss your support needs are always available before enrolment, at enrolment or with your tutor at a convenient time. You can contact the Student Support Services Team at any time before or during your programme of study or you can book an appointment through your tutor. If you choose to disclose the need for additional support at enrolment you will be contacted directly.