How to Enrol
Important information to note before enrolling
The College is required to satisfy United Kingdom Visa and Immigration requirements relating to status and to help with fees assessment.
Customers wishing to enrol onto a course will be asked a series of questions to verify student status. Please ensure that all sections of the enrolment form including Student Status are completed accurately and completely.
Customers wishing to use our telephone enrolment service should familiarise themselves with required information and have the necessary information to hand prior to contacting the College. Enrolment may be delayed unless all relevant information is provided.
In summary, the following information will be required before progressing with an enrolment:
- Course name(s)
- Date of birth
- Contact telephone number
- Emergency contact telephone number
- Country of birth
- Where have you been living for the last three years from the start date of your course?
- If non EU passport holder, date of entry into UK, Passport number/expiry date, Visa type/expiry date
Please note that students on any type of visa should provide proof of living in the UK/EU/EEA/Switzerland for each of the last 3 years prior to the first day of class e.g. electricity bills etc.
During your course of study, the College will be carrying out sample ID checks to ensure legal compliance. If you have to leave your course due to compliance issues there will be no refund.
Interested in a course? What next?
If you decide that one of our courses is right for you, follow the steps below:
- Check out the ‘Enrol Method’ alongside each course.
- If ‘Apply’ is shown, it means that the course has entry requirements and you must apply for the course. Once you find a course you are interested in click on Apply Online option at bottom of screen. See ‘How to apply’ section for further advice on what to do next.
- If ‘Enrol’ is shown, it means that you can enrol directly onto the course.
You can enrol at our Castlereagh, Millfield and Titanic Quarter campuses. Opening hours are:
Term time only:
Monday-Thursday 8.30 am – 6.45 pm
Friday 8.30 am – 3.00 pm
Holiday times only:
Monday-Thursday 8.30 am – 4.00 pm
Friday 8.30 am – 3.00 pm
Please note evening enrolment service will be available in Millfield campus only from 1st September 2016 until 9th September 2016.
Normal evening enrolment service is available in Millfield, Castlereagh and Titanic Quarter campuses week beginning 12th September 2016 during term time only.
Send your form with payment (cheque/postal order only), along with photocopies of recent evidence if you are entitled to a reduced fee, to:
Belfast Metropolitan College
Belfast, BT6 9JD
Please note your enrolment form must be received two weeks before the course start date.
Full fee must be paid at time of enrolment.
During business hours, please call 028 9026 5265 Option 1. A mini-com is available for those who are deaf or hard of hearing. To use this service, telephone 028 9026 5126. Lines are open Monday to Thursday 9.00 am to 4.00 pm and Friday 9.00 am – 3.00 pm. Please ensure you have the course details and valid debit/credit card information.
Important information relating to your application or enrolment
Criminal Convictions Disclosure
Belfast Metropolitan College actively promotes equality of opportunity for all and welcomes enrolments from a wide range of students including those with criminal convictions. However, in order for the College to manage any risk that you may pose, you must tell us about any unspent criminal convictions. For certain courses, you must disclose all criminal convictions. To do this, please complete a Criminal Offence(s) Disclosure Form or an Enhanced Criminal Offence(s) Disclosure Form. Both are available on the website http://www.belfastmet.ac.uk/life-at-the-met/students-support or by contacting the Safeguarding Administrator Tel: 028 9026 5120. Follow the instructions contained on the form telling you how to complete and return the form(s) to us. Certain courses require us to consider spent as well as unspent criminal convictions therefore in certain circumstances you must also disclose spent convictions using the criminal convictions enhanced disclosure form.
By disclosing criminal convictions you will not be automatically excluded from the application/enrolment process. However, the College will analyse the risk that you may pose and determine whether or not we can manage it. This is a separate and confidential process to the admissions process in keeping with the Data Protection principles. You will be advised about the outcome of this process separately and as quickly as possible. You need not discuss this with the course team.
To find out more information about the release of this information and guidance on conviction disclosure please contact the NIACRO on 028 9032 0157.
Students who have a non-EU passport, or have lived outside the European Union for all or part of the last three years may be liable for international fees and must have a fees assessment completed with our International Office.
To arrange an assessment, tel: 028 9026 5192. Students who are assessed and deemed International must pay an international fee for any course they join at Belfast Met, including Essential Skills classes.