Peter Symonds College

HOW TO ENROL

There are two routes to enrolling on our courses. Some courses will require you to attend an interview or assessment prior to enrolment and others will require you to complete and return an enrolment form. The necessary route will be indicated on your chosen course outline, where you will find a link to either the enrolment card or application form (for interview/assessment). Application forms can be completed and returned to us online. Alternatively please contact Reception for the relevant form, which once completed in full, can be returned to us at the following address:

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Peter Symonds College
Adult & Higher Education Division
Stoney Lane
Winchester
SO22 6DR

On receipt of your application form you will be contacted to arrange a mutually convenient time for interview/assessment.

If your chosen course does not require an interview you are able to enrol over the telephone by contacting our Registry department on 01962 889547 (between 9:15-16:00), you can post (address below) or fax: 01962 889540 a completed enrolment form back to us (please include a cheque for the course fees with your form), or call in to enrol in person. You are also able to enrol onto your chosen course online however currently you are unable to pay via the online service. Please note that if you do enrol onnline your place will not be secured until you contact our Registry Department on 01962 889547 to pay your fees.

Registry
Peter Symonds College
Adult & Higher Education Division
Stoney Lane
Weeke,
Winchester, SO22 6DR

The enrolment card can be downloaded here (see right hand link). You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the document. Please ensure your signature is on the enrolment card and return it along with a cheque or credit/debit card details for the course fee, including any exams and/or materials fees.

After receiving payment of the fees we will send you a receipt and a course outline. The Student Handbook (Adults) containing information about our College policies and procedures, site maps and frequently asked questions is available via the Student Zone on our website. We have separate policies and procedures for our Higher Education courses. These can be accessed on our web page undr 'Wider Information about HE'. Please contact Reception if you would like to receive a copy of the Handbook or brochure in a different format.

Important:
You are advised to enrol onto your chosen course as early as possible to avoid disappointment. Places are allocated on a first come first served basis. Telephone and face to face enrolments will naturally have priority over any form of written enrolment e.g. postal & emailed enrolments, or an enrolment card left at reception. You will receive confirmation of your place by post. Please do not turn up to the class if you have not received confirmation of your place, as there may be a waiting list for the course.

Disclaimer:
The information contained on this website is correct as far as can be ascertained at this time, but the College reserves the right to alter course details, fees etc without notice. Courses may be cancelled if insufficient students enrol, or due to unforeseen circumstances. We will notify students as soon as possible and refund the course fee. Acceptance of fees does not mean the course will run. Responsibility is not accepted for clothing, property or vehicles lost, stolen or damaged by fire or any other cause.