We still have some availability on our college courses but hurry, so you don’t miss too much of your studies. The earlier you start, the better your experience will be!
Our enrolment times are:
- Monday – Thursday: 10am – 5pm
- Fridays: 10am – 4pm
Can't make the above dates/times? We are here to support you - and find a time that works for you! If you would like to arrange a visit, please contact us on 0121 214 2919
What do I need to bring with me?
If you are aged between 16 and 18, please bring the following:
- Evidence of all of your current qualifications, including your GCSE results papers - or those showing your predicted grades. We can complete your enrolment without this information, but we will need to see proof of your achieved grades to confirm your level of study. Please make sure that you have checked you meet the entry requirements for your course.
- Proof of identity - Passport or Full Birth Certificate
If you are aged 19 and over, please bring the following:
- Evidence of all of your current qualifications, including your GCSE results papers - or those showing your predicted grades. We can complete your enrolment without this information, but we will need to see proof of your achieved grades to confirm your level of study.
- Proof of identity
- Proof of household income, including evidence of any benefits you claim, if applicable.
- Your chosen method for paying your tuition fees – if applicable.
If you are paying your own fees, you can either pay in full at enrolment, or payment can be made in 4 equal instalments: instalments are due by the end of October, January, March and May.(Please check our fees and tuition page to see a full list of categories of people that are not expected to pay their tuition fees. If you do not fall into one of the listed categories, you will need to pay the tuition fees for your course)
Access our course fees pdf for a full list of college tuition fees.
If you are aged 19 and over on the first day of your course, and are expected to pay for your fees, you may qualify for an Advanced Learner Loan. This is a non-means tested loan available from the UK Government to pay the tuition fees of full level 3 qualifications (course exclusions apply**). The loan is paid directly to UCB to cover the cost of your tuition and does not have to be repaid until you are earning over £27,295 a year. For more information on the Advanced Learner Loan, please visit www.gov.uk/advanced-learner-loan.
**The following courses are not eligible for an Advanced Learner Loan:
- CACHE Level 3 Award Health & Social Care
If you are aged between 16 and 18, please also bring the following:
- Proof of residency, e.g. passport, visa, residence permit (proof of residency must be valid and in date).
How do I find you?
Camden House (University College Birmingham),
Parade, Birmingham B1 3PY
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Find the right course
If you are unsure which course is right for you, visit our course finder to find the courses that suit your interests and that will help you towards your career goals.
T-levels are new courses that follow GCSEs and are designed in direct collaboration with employers and businesses to meet the needs of the industry. We are excited to have been chosen as a T-level provider, find out which courses we are delivering.
What happens after enrolment?
Induction starts from Monday 4 September. The timetable for induction is available for each course. Please make yourself familiar with this and turn up on the first day of your induction, as indicated on your timetable. Thank you for choosing University College Birmingham, and enjoy your experience with us!
There is so much more to life as a student at University College Birmingham than you could imagine. From our award-winning student support and our support team, who are dedicated to giving you whatever help you need to succeed in your studies, our amazing student community that welcomes and encourages one another to show up and develop into their best selves; to our world-class facilities - following a £160m investment into our campuses, equipment and resources.
There is so much to take advantage of - and we encourage you to do so!
Health and wellbeing
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