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We're still enrolling!

Here's all the information you will need to enrol with us at Blackburn College. Don't miss out on securing a place on your course.

Enrolment is now a Drop in at Registry in the Beacon Centre.

Here is our September Registry enrolment schedule:


Opening Times 

Monday 18th September

09:00 – 17:00 

Tuesday 19th September 

09:00 – 17:00 

Wednesday 20th September

09:00 – 17:00 

Thursday 21st September

09:00 – 17:00

Friday 22nd September

09:00 – 17:00 

Monday 25th September 

09:00 – 17:00 

Tuesday 26th September

09:00 – 17:00 

Wednesday 27th September

09:00 – 17:00 

Thursday 28th September

09:00 - 17:00

Friday 29th September 

09:00 - 17:00 

If you have any questions, check out our FAQs section at the bottom of this page as they may help you find your answer. The next section is what you'll need to bring with you to enrol.

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What to bring if you're 16-18

  • GCSE results/proof of your qualifications
  • Proof of your household income*

*This is necessary if you wish to access support from our Student Finance team including help with bus passes.

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What to bring if you're 19+

  • Proof of any qualifications*
  • Proof of your household income**

*GCSE results and/or previous vocational/technical qualifications

**Where your household income is less than £20,319 per year, you may be eligible for funding support, depending on the level of your course. If you are studying a level 3 courses and have applied for an Advanced Learner Loan, you may wish to bring your Student Finance England acceptance letter with you, so you can discuss this with a member of our Student Finance Team.

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What to bring if you're applying to the University Centre

  • Proof of any qualifications*
  • Proof that you have applied for your Student Finance England (SFE)**
  • You will need to apply for funding from Student Finance England***

*A-Level results, GCSE results and/or previous vocational/technical qualifications.

**Your SFE acceptance letter is ideal.

***If you do not enrol and apply for this funding quickly there will be delays in you being able to access financial support during your studies.

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What to bring if you're applying for an ESOL course

  • If you're from within the EU:
    - Passport / EU pre or settled status / Proof of benefits
  • If you're from outside of EU:
    - Passport / Visa / Proof of benefit
  • If you're seeking asylum:
    - NASS ID card / ASPEN card & receipt

Where do I go?

Enrolment is now a Drop in at Registry in the Beacon Centre.

This is building number 7 on the campus map which you can view below.


We've put together our top ten questions that should help you know everything about enrolment at Blackburn College and answer any questions you might have.

1. Will I be enrolling online or in person?
Enrolment at Blackburn College is an in-person enrolment process where you will have a chat with a subject tutor, (Maths and English tutor and Additional Learning Support tutor if needed), before finalising your enrolment and becoming an official student at Blackburn College. This is where you will collect your ID badge.

2. When will I get my timetable?
Once you have enrolled, you will be able to sign into Moodle to check your timetable. To sign into Moodle, you will have all the information in your enrolment guide which you will get at check in. You will get your official timetable on your first week at College, but we advise that you regularly check on Moodle for updates to your timetable. This can be date and time changes.

3. What time and where do I come on my first day?
You will receive an enrolment guide when you check in at enrolment. During your chat with a subject tutor they will provide this information. This will be filled in by them in your guide so make sure to keep your guide safe for your first day. If are still unsure report to the Beacon Centre Reception on your first day to find out where you need to go.

4. What if my results aren’t suitable for the course I applied for?
There’s no need to worry about this. You can discuss all your options at enrolment with your subject tutor when you have your chat. We also have our Career Team on hand to help you with any further questions you might have regarding your course and future.

5. Can I change my course?
Of course, you can. If you’re not sure of the course you’ve picked to enrol on, there are plenty of options for you to change and pick the right one for you.

6. How do I get help with my bursary and travel pass at enrolment?
You will receive an enrolment guide when you check in at enrolment. In the guide there will be a dedicated section which will provide you with all the information and signposts of where you will need to go to apply for a bursary.

7. What do I do if I need kit, uniform or a DBS for my course?
If you are a student that requires kit, uniform or a DBS you should have received information from us prior to enrolment.

8. Where is enrolment taking place?
Enrolment is now a Drop in at Registry in the Beacon Centre.

9. How do I ask any further questions about enrolment?
If you have any further questions you can get in touch with our reception team who will be able to point you in the right direction. You can call 01254 292929 or email