Applications taken from January 2021

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Step 1

Register your interest

You can register your interest in courses offered at the Black Country & Marches IoT on this site.

When applications go live we will automatically notify you and then you can make an application.

If you would like a Careers Information Advice and Guidance meeting prior to your application contact:

Careers Advice and Guidance on 01384 363 363 or email learnerservices@dudleycol.ac.uk

 

 

Step 2

Apply

Applications taken from January 2021 – complete the online application form here

Full time higher education courses offered by the University of Wolverhampton or University of Worcester( Non Apprenticeships) will be applicable via UCAS please see website for details.

If you have any problems doing this call our Admissions Team on 01384 363 333.

Step 3

Offer

We will then offer you a conditional place on your chosen programme of study. In most cases this will be conditional on examination results or the successful completion of a prior course of study. Where you are a mature student with industrial experience requesting recognition of prior learning (RPL)* an interview will take place, to allow Tutors to assess your suitability for the course of learning.

Step 4

Interview

If necessary a face-to-face/ or online appointment will be made so that you can discuss the content of the course and your suitability for the programme. You may be invited to bring evidence of your suitability including a portfolio or references.

Step 5

Confirmation

Confirm your acceptance on your chosen programme of study.

You can do this at: admissions@dudleycol.ac.uk

If you have any problems doing this call our Admissions Team on 01384 363 333.

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*Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)RPL is the term used for the recognition and award of credit on the basis of demonstrated learning that has occurred at some time in the past.

Within higher education prior learning may be accessed for:
– Direct entry into a course of study at Level 4 or above
– Direct entry into the second year of study or subsequent year of a programme of study
– Advanced standing with some credits towards the target award allowing