Information on how Coronavirus (COVID-19) will affect all applying students at Exeter College
Applying Students FAQs
Can I still apply to study at Exeter College in September 2020?
Yes! Exeter College is still accepting applications for a September 2020 start, and will continue to do so throughout the academic year. You can apply online, here. This will enable our Admissions Team to process your application accordingly and advise you on your next steps. We look forward to welcoming you to Exeter College in September.
How can I access support/advice and guidance about my application?
The College Advice Team are available via email on CAT@exe-coll.ac.uk. Please get in contact if you have any queries on starting with us in September 2020. You can also request a call back from one of the team if you would like to discuss your query over the phone; please just email us with your contact details and an outline of your query.
What is the application process for students aged 16-18?
We will continue to process any applications that have been received via our online application system by remote working. Usually we meet all applying learners for an individual interview. However, given Public Health England’s advice that we support learners and staff to limit travel where possible, we are now offering students a conditional offer to secure your place at Exeter College. A conditional offer will be given if all relevant information has been received. If we require further information, we will contact you and place your application on hold until we receive the required details. We know that learners choose our College because of our excellent personalised advice and guidance. We would always prefer to do this in person right from the start, but the current circumstances mean this is not possible right now. Don’t worry, you will get an opportunity later this year to discuss your offer face-to-face to ensure that you have picked the right programme for you, and your ambitions, before term starts next year. If you have any queries about the application process please contact our admissions team on email@example.com.
I haven’t had my college interview yet. What happens next?
All students that had a booked interview will be notified about the cancellation of our college events and given a conditional offer. All new applicants will receive a conditional offer if we have received all of the relevant information. If we require further information, we will contact you and place your application on hold until we receive the required details. We know that learners choose our College because of our excellent personalised advice and guidance. We would always prefer to do this in person right from the start, but the current circumstances mean this is not possible right now. Don’t worry, you will get an opportunity later this year to discuss your offer face-to-face to ensure that you have picked the right programme for you, and your ambitions, before term starts next year. The College Advice Team are still available via email on CAT@exe-coll.ac.uk. If you have any queries about the application process please contact our admissions team on firstname.lastname@example.org.
I would like to change the course I have applied for, what should I do?
If we have received all of the requested information regarding your application you should have received a conditional offer to secure your place at Exeter College. Our admissions team cannot make changes to your course at this time, however you will have the opportunity to discuss your offer face-to-face later this year, to ensure that you have picked the right programme for you and your ambitions. If you would like to make changes to your course choice you will be able to discuss this at that stage.
What happens if I am unable to sit my GCSE exams?
The Government have said that GCSE exams will not take place as initially planned. We will be keeping up-to-date with their latest guidance and will inform you as we get more information.
Can I start doing any Exeter College related work now to help me prepare for next academic year?
We want to ensure our new students are fully prepared for their studies at Exeter College. Therefore, we will be launching Flying Start earlier this year. Flying Start allows you to start thinking about the courses you are interested in studying, by completing engaging and exciting tasks, whilst also developing the skills you will need to study at College. The first learning content will be available in the coming weeks so look out for further information then.
Can I come in for an individual visit/tour?
At present, Exeter College is closed, therefore we are unable to offer tours or visits to any of our campuses. We are hoping to offer tours and advice and guidance appointments later in the year, when the College reopens. Please keep an eye on our website for further updates.
What’s happening with upcoming events?
Due to the College closure, all upcoming events for this academic year have been cancelled. Please keep an eye on our website for further updates or new event dates. You can register your interest in upcoming events and we will send you details when new events are scheduled.
Will there still be support from Exeter College in schools?
At present, all schools engagement has been cancelled until further notice. We look forward to visiting our school partners at the earliest opportunity. The College Advice Team are still available via email on CAT@exe-coll.ac.uk to support school students, staff and parents with any queries.
Information for Applying Adult Students
Staff are working remotely to process applications to all adult courses. During this period, your application could take long to process than normal. Please bare in mind, all paper-based applications that are posted to us may not be able to be processed until the college is reopened. For a quicker response to your application, you can email the required forms to our adult advice team by clicking here.
Our Adult Advice Team remains available to discuss all application queries either by email on AdultAdvice@exe-coll.ac.uk or by phoning 01392 400170. If you have any questions about an existing application, then contact our Admission Team on email@example.com.
Adult Leisure Courses
All summer Adult Leisure courses have been cancelled for the summer term. We will contact all students enrolled and we’re hoping to run these courses again from September.
Information for current Exeter College students wishing to apply for further study
I am a current Exeter college student and wish to apply for a different course next year.
- To apply for a Full Time or Apprenticeship course, you will need to visit our online application page here.
- You will need to register a new account and complete the online application form.
- Please register with your personal email account and not your current college email address.
- Please also contact your tutor to let them know what you are applying for so that they can leave a reference on your student log.
- If you need further advice and guidance about your course choices for next year, you can contact our Progression Team on firstname.lastname@example.org
I am a current Exeter college student and I want to apply for a University Level course at Exeter college.
- You can do this via the online UCAS application system.
- When completing a UCAS application you will need a course code.
- These can be found on individual course pages, on our website and on the UCAS website.
- You will also need our Institution Code, this is E81
- If you need further advice and guidance about applying for a university level course at Exeter college you can contact our Adult Advice Team on email@example.com