Admissions – Admissions Procedure
Prospectus for 2016 entry available
The prospectus will be distributed to all publicly-funded secondary schools in Leicester. Students at other schools may view the prospectus online, request a hard copy from the College’s Admissions Office or collect one during our Open Day.
Information and Guidance
Via your school you will receive information and guidance regarding the options available to you post-16. This may include visits or presentations from colleges and work-based learning representatives.
Open Day: Saturday 7 November 2015, 10am to 2pm
Come and visit the College, meet staff and students and find out more about our courses. Don’t miss this important opportunity!
Parents and Carers are very welcome to attend. No registration is required.
If you have any difficulty, please call our Admissions Office on (0116) 247 2968, who will be able to arrange an alternative time for you to visit the College.
Applicants currently attending a school in Leicester City should apply through UCAS Progress; your school will provide all of the details you need.
Applicants applying from schools in Leicestershire County, Rutland or elsewhere should apply directly to the College.
In order to guarantee an interview your application should be received by Sunday 31 January 2016.
Interviews: Tuesday 1 March 2016 and Wednesday 2 March 2016
The College interview day will take place on Tuesday 1 March. Applicants should ensure that they are available to attend
Successful applicants who were interviewed before the end of March will be offered a place at WQE in April (date pending). You will need to confirm acceptance of your offer within three weeks of it being received.
Exams: May – June 2016
GCSE Examinations. Good luck!
GCSE Results: August 2016
GCSE Examination Results. Enrolment begins from this date.
You’ll be given individual appointment times on various days to come in and meet your enrolment advisor, discuss courses with subject staff, finalise your programme and get to know the College.
It is essential that you are available throughout the enrolment process.Back to top ▲