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Enrolment and Preparation

School Leavers and Further Education Applicants Enrolment Information

Pre-enrolment Checklist

Complete the five-point plan below to ensure you have provided us with everything we need from you so that on Results Day, it is all systems go to get you enrolled on your course. 

You will need to visit your Student Portal (Student Login) at: https://mystudentportal.myerscough.ac.uk/  (if you are using accessing on campus use this link: mystudentportal

Log in details can be found on your offer email. 

 

Please then provide us with all the pre-enrolment information required. A traffic light system on the Home Page will show you where information is missing or where an action is required from you. 

Step 1
Check your My Offer traffic light. If this is red, you need to select this and accept your offer.

Step 2
Select the My Details traffic light. You may have provided some of the information already, but additional information is now required before you can enrol onto your course.

Make sure that you complete all of the fields and check telephone numbers and email addresses for accuracy. Please add two Next of Kin/Emergency Contacts where possible. You need to complete all five tabs:

1. Personal Details
2. Additional Details
3. Next of Kin and Emergency Details
4. Medical and Health
5. Consent, Agreement and Terms

You will need to upload a clear photograph of your head and shoulders. This will be used for your student ID badge, so you need to be clearly identifiable. Please do not use filters or include anyone else on the image, or your photograph will be declined.

Step 3
Select the My Basket traffic light and pay your £30 Facilities and Resources (F&R) fee and any other fees such as accommodation deposits (where relevant).

Step 4
Check the clothing and equipment list for your subject and pre-order any compulsory items of clothing via the link to the online shop. There is also a wide selection of Myerscough branded clothing available to purchase.

Step 5
Check on the My Future pages via the College Website and make sure that you are up to date with your course preparation material and latest Admissions information and guides.

From GCSE Results Day Onwards 

If you have accepted an Unconditional Offer, you simply need to keep an eye on your emails for a confirmed start date. You will also receive a Learner Agreement on My Student Portal that you will need to confirm before the start of your course. 

If you have a conditional offer dependent on GCSE (or other) results, follow the steps below:

Step 1: Ensure you have completed all actions in the Checklist above.

Step 2: Access My Student Portal (Student Login)

Step 3: Access the My Details Tab

Step 4: In the Personal Details section, you will find the Document Uploader section. This is where you should upload a clear photograph of your results slip or qualification. Important: if you are taking a photo of a digital confirmation, please ensure that we can see your name and also the email address of the sender (school or college email) or the website address (URL) of the portal you are using.  You can upload several documents if needed. Please note that you should upload your results even if you have not done as well as you were hoping so that we can explore alternative options for you.

Step 5: Once you have uploaded the document(s), you will receive a message on the screen to advise you that the upload has been successful. If your document cannot be used (for example, it isn’t clear enough to read) then you will receive an email to advise you to try again.

Once we have your results

Our teams will be informed of the upload and will review your results. Shortly afterwards, you will receive a decision*. This will be via email to the email address shown on My Student Portal as your personal email address.

*We hope to make all decisions within 24 hours of submission, but most decisions will be made within a few hours. The decision you receive may be for an alternative course based on the grades that you have provided.

In some cases, you will be contacted directly by either the Admissions Team or the subject area team for more information or to discuss your options. This usually happens if your results are better, or not as high as you were expecting.

You can find helpful information via the Admissions Guide, such as Clothing and Equipment lists, key term dates, transport and finance information.