How to Apply
Only full-time further education and all higher education students need to complete an application form.
By PostYou can apply by post by completing the application form and posting it to any of our College campuses (see list of addresses below)
How to make an application online
Stage 2 – Log In to the admissions portal
Before submitting your application online you must create a user account on our admissions portal.
Click ‘Create Account’ to set up your account.
If you have already registered, enter your username and password to log in.
If you have forgotten your username check your account creation email which contains your username.
If you have forgotten your password click on the ‘Forgot your password?’ link and follow the instructions which will be sent to your email.
Stage 3 – Complete and submit your application
Complete the online application form by entering your personal details.
Review the information you have entered and edit if necessary before submitting your application.
On completion, you will be asked to assign a choice or course preference to each of the courses you are applying for, as well as how you heard about the course.
If interview dates have been arranged and setup you will be asked to select an interview slot.
What communications will I be sent during the online applications process?
The online admissions portal will send you various emails during the application process. They will be sent from firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some email providers may deliver these emails to your junk email, spam, trash or other unexpected folder. You can add email@example.com to your Address Book, Contacts or Safe Senders list and mark messages from this email address as important to help ensure they get delivered to your inbox.
If you do not receive any of these emails as expected, contact a member of the Admissions Team by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
SMS / Text Message Communications
The College may send you various text messages during the application process. These will come from sender Overseas Tutorial College, and may include text messages asking you to check your email or login to the online admissions portal.
You can call into the College during opening hours.
Note: The standard entry requirement for many courses may be waived if alternative qualifications or experience can be offered.
These notes provide a short guide to help you complete your online application.
Important information about email addresses
Stage 1 – Search for course on the website, add to basket and checkout
Explore our College website to search for the course you wish to apply for. Add course to basket and when you are happy with your selection, proceed to apply/enrol for courses. Upon checking out you will be redirected to the admissions portal. You can apply for up to three courses.
How to Enrol
You can enrol on all courses by calling:+44 (020) 7692 7037
You can enrol by post for all courses. Please contact admissions for an enrolment form, then simply complete the form and post it to the relevant College Campus, enclosing payment for the course. Postal enrolment will require payment by cheque, credit card, debit card or postal order.
Simply complete the enrolment form and post it to the relevant College Campus enclosing payment for the course. Postal enrolment will require payment by cheque, credit card, debit card or postal order.
In PersonYou can call into the College during opening hours. It is important to note that enrolments are accepted on a ‘first come first served’ basis and many courses fill up quickly.
Students must be 16 years of age on or before 1st July 2019 to enrol on any of the courses in the Overseas Tutorial College.
All Applicants Welcome
The College welcomes applications from mature students, students with qualifications from other countries and those seeking to gain qualifications. The standard entry requirement for many courses may be waived if alternative qualifications or experience can be offered. For further information on fees for overseas students, please contact the Admissions Office at the relevant campus.
All students will be required to produce ID upon enrolment e.g. Passport, Driver’s Licence, National Insurance Card, Electoral Card etc.