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How to apply for a course at Uxbridge College

Just follow the steps below to help you with your application. It’s easy to apply and if you have any questions, just get in touch.

Apply Online - It's the easiest way

From the home page click "courses" to view our courses by subject list or use our course explorer

On the subject page you can "Browse Courses", select your level and then choose your course. On the course information click on the 'Apply Now' button.

Please note you will need to create an account and fill in your details before you submit your application. Some courses will also enable you to select your own interview. We will keep in touch with you via email and you can login anytime to manage your details and check the progress of your application (there is also an ‘Application login’ link on the bottom panel of the website).

Submitting your application online makes it easier, as you can add exam grades and upload your certificates, which will save you time when you come in to complete your enrolment.

Apply by post

Download and print the application form by clicking on the link below:

Fill it out in full and post it to us at the address below.

Admissions, Uxbridge College, Park Road, Uxbridge, Middlesex, UB8 1NQ.

We will confirm when we have received your application form and will contact you to arrange your interview. If you need another paper form, please call 01895 475247.

EU Nationals

The application process has changed for some EU Nationals entering the UK after 1st January 2021.

Still not decided?

Enquire for a course

Click the blue Enquire button on the course page. You can log back in at any time (using the ‘Login’ link in the top right corner of the website) to see your enquiry details and apply online once you are ready. We will be in touch with you within 2 working days of your enquiry being submitted.

If you would like to talk to someone about your options, our information, advice and guidance team can give you free advice and guidance. Our specialist staff can also advise you if you have qualifications that are from outside the UK and you would like to find out how they can help you study at Uxbridge College.

Drop into one of our information centres, at the following times for a chat with one of our careers advisers. 

Uxbridge Campus:
Monday to Friday 9.00am - 5.00pm

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Hayes Campus (term time only)
Monday to Friday 9.00am - 5.00pm (Please note the office is closed between 1-2pm)

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Need more course information?

Detailed course information is available online at or through one of our advisers on 01895 853333.

 What happens next? 

1. Your interview

This is an informal discussion to find out if you are suitable for the course and a chance for you to ask any questions about the course and the college. You will be asked about your favourite subjects at school/college, your hobbies and interests and your plans for the future. Please bring along your progress file or Record of Achievement, if you have one. It is also an opportunity for you to tell us about any additional help you may need or if you have any disabilities.

2. Your offer

After your interview, we will confirm the offer we have made you and any entry requirements or grades you may need.

3. Your enrolment

Once you get your exam results in August you will be ready to enrol and we will send you the date and time to come in. Full dates and times will also be available on our website.

4. Your start date

Once you have been into the College to complete your enrolment you will be given your start date.

Need more help?

Application enquiry? Please contact Admissions on 01895 853333 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

General college or course enquiry? You can contact our Careers Team on 01895 853333 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with any queries about your results or any other aspect of coming to College.