Full Time Courses - How To Apply

We want to make your application to Bexhill College as straightforward as possible.

Please use this website, our Open Evenings and our prospectus to find out as much as you can about Bexhill College and then choose which course or courses you want to take. If you can't decide on a particular course, don't worry, we will be able to discuss your options at interview.

If you are a pupil at a local school in Rother or Hastings, you should follow the instructions given at school which might be completing UCAS Progress; handing in your completed form to your school and the school will send it to us or posting the form directly to us.

All other applicants can either register with UCAS Progress (www.ucasprogress.com/search), or can complete the College's online application form on www.bexhillcollege.ac.uk/apply or complete a paper form available on request and post it to the college.

Once we have received an application through any of these routes we will set up an advisory interview. A member of our staff will discuss your choices with you and answer any questions you have. After the interview we will send you the outcome of your interview.

When GCSE results are published in August we will invite you to enrolment, where your final choice of programme can be confirmed.

Online Application 2018-2019

2018-2019 ENTRY: Apply online by completing an online form

Application by Post

2018-2019 ENTRY: Download an Application Form to fill in and post

Download an application form (Acrobat PDF format), fill it in and send to:
Bexhill College, Penland Road, Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex, TN40 2JG

Are you an International Student?

Apply here by completing an online form
If you would like to be considered for 2017-2018 entry please contact Admissions on 01424 214545 ext 1118

Place allocation

After Wednesday 31st January, waiting lists will be established for over-subscribed courses. Students who have expressed clear interest in a particular course during their application process will always have priority over students who change their mind and apply to an oversubscribed course at the end of the process.

If you feel that the admissions policy has worked unfairly in any way you are entitled to appeal against the decision. You can do so by writing to the Principal, stating clearly the reason for your appeal. We aim to respond to all appeals within ten working days.

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