Enrolment with Exeter College
This page contains information about enrolment for school leaver courses starting in September 2022. If you haven’t yet submitted your application you can do so by clicking here >
A warm welcome awaits…
Enrolment is taking place between 26 August and 2 September at our Queen Street sites.
We can’t wait to welcome you to Exeter College this summer. This page is for all Exeter College offer holders who will be joining us for the first time this year.
At enrolment, we’ll confirm that you’re on the right course for your future, meet the expected grade profile and make sure you’re set up on all of our systems to start your exceptional education with us.
Remember, if you don’t get the results you were hoping for, still come along for your enrolment appointment and we can walk you through your next steps to joining us.
- What is enrolment?
Enrolment is the process for making your final choices about the courses you will study with us and signing up as an Exeter College student.
As part of the process we will check that you have achieved the grades you need for your chosen course. If you don’t achieve the grades you were hoping for or you’ve changed your mind about what courses you’d like to study, please don’t worry, we will support you to find the course that’s right for you and your ambitions.
We’ll also let you know what to expect at the start of term, and answer any questions that you may have before your first day.
What Happens Next
Save the date! Enrolment is taking place between 26 August and the 2 September at our Queen Street sites.
You will receive your invitation to Enrolment in the coming weeks. Please see below for a copy of the enrolment letter and checklist of the information you will need to bring along with you:
If you have not received your letter by 12 August, please do get in touch with us.
Ensuring your Safety: Please help to protect our visitors, staff and students by:
- Only attending in person if you are well, with no virus symptoms. Call us on 01390 400444 if you need to make alternative arrangements.
- Only bringing one person with you for this appointment if possible.
- Please do not arrive earlier than 10 minutes before your meeting time as we have limited waiting room capacity.
What site do I go to for enrolment?
This will depend on the faculty you have been told to enrol at:
- Business, Tourism and Adventure
- Healthcare, Childcare and Public Services
- Sport and Physical Education
- Engineering, Aerospace and Automotive
- Foundation Learning and Support
- Humanities, Languages and Social Sciences
- Media and Performing Arts
- Art and Design
- Maths and Science
- Advice Zone and Admissions
If you cannot make your enrolment appointment it is essential you let us know as soon as you receive your enrolment letter. Please call 01392 400444 or email email@example.com.
If you have any queries about the application process or regarding an existing application please contact our admissions team on firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you require information, advice or guidance, whether you’ve applied already or not our College Advice Team are available via email on CAT@exe-coll.ac.uk. Please get in contact if you have any queries about starting with us in September 2022.
Get off to a Flying Start
We know lots of you are keen to get a head start on your College subjects before joining us, and that’s why we’ve developed Flying Start; our suite of pre-enrolment learning content designed to get you thinking about your new subjects with us.
You should have received your Flying Start emails from us already. If you haven’t received the Flying Start information you can find it here:
What you have to look forward to at Exeter College
Devon’s Only Ofsted Outstanding College
We’re the only further education college in Devon to hold Ofsted Outstanding status. Not only that, Ofsted judged us to be Outstanding in every single category. Ofsted Outstanding status has been the launchpad for us to continue to innovate and explore the future of education, giving students the tools and skills they need to make their next step, wherever that may be.
For school leavers, this means you can be confident that whichever course you choose with us, you can expect excellent teaching, learning and support.
When you join Exeter College, you’re taught by highly qualified teachers who are specialists in their field. They choose to work at the College so that they can have their teaching time dedicated solely to the subject they love, and to supporting young people with a passion for succeeding in that subject or industry.
Many of our teachers are selected by exam boards to work with them too. In vocational subjects, many teachers are still actively involved in their industry, as well as being experts in the qualification they teach students. This means you get to be supported by someone that can help you to perform to the very best of your ability and stand out from the crowd.
Passionate About Wellbeing and Student Support
All learners with us get a Personal Tutor who will take responsibility for guiding students through an individualised Personal Development Programme. You get extra time with your Tutor each week to have group sessions supporting wellbeing, progression and knowledge of wider issues, so you feel prepared for what you aim to do after studying with Exeter.
You will also have regular 1:1 contact with your Personal Tutor to talk about personal development and opportunities such as enrichment and work experience that can help you to develop and achieve your goals.
World Class Facilities and Partnerships
The College’s specialist campuses give you the tools at your fingertips to get what you want out of education. Eight Learning Resource Centres, complete with Mac suites and IT labs, enable learners to have the very best chance to enhance their college experience. We also work in partnership with industry leaders to give students the skills to get ahead after college.
We’re continuing to invest in facilities to ensure you have the very best opportunities available to you. The Maths and Science Centre boasts 11 purpose-built laboratories.
The Technology Centre includes the latest software used in the industry. The Construction Centre opened its new mezzanine space to host T Level qualifications in September 2020, celebrating this with a visit from Boris Johnson in October 2020.
This year we have also seen the opening of the Future Skills Centre at Exeter Airport, specialising in training for high-tech jobs in engineering, digital, construction and clean growth.
Centre of Excellence for Digital and Online Learning
We’re one of a handful of colleges in the country to be named as a ‘Microsoft Showcase College,’ recognising our commitment to exceptional digital learning opportunities.
We’ve also been announced as an EdTech Demonstrator College, enabling us to use our online learning expertise to support other schools and colleges to get the most out of digital learning opportunities.
Our brand new Digital and Data Centre was officially opened in July 2021 by Minister Gillian Keegan, catering for courses in data analytics, cyber security, software development, Esports and Apple’s app development.