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Further Education Full Time Enrolment

Enrolment Days


Most of the enrolment events for Further Education students, take place in August 2019, we will contact you with details of these nearer the time.

Please note that the events are only for students who are attending Myerscough for the first time.


If you cannot make your allocated Enrolment Day(s)  

If you cannot make your allocated Enrolment Day(s), then you should inform us via the email address start@myerscough.ac.uk

The email should contain:

  • Your full name and date of birth
  • The course you have applied for


Once you have your results

If you can't attend an enrolment event and you have received your results, please send an email to start@myerscough.ac.uk and attend on the first day of term. If you are attending an Enrolment Day, then you simply need to bring your results with you.

The email should contain:

  • Your full name and date of birth
  • The course you have applied for
  • A scanned copy or clear photograph of your results*


The first day of term will be detailed in your joining instructions which are issued over the summer. In most cases these will be posted to your home address.

Once you have submitted your results, we will be expecting to see you on the first day of term and will only be in touch with you if there is a concern or we need to discuss a change in course.  

*If you have an unconditional offer then you simply need to let us know of your intention to attend.

If you don't get the results that you were predicted

If you did better or worse than you were originally predicted, then we recommend that you still attend your enrolment event. Our highly skilled Admissions Team will be able to guide you through your options. In some cases, we may be able to enrol you onto your original choice, in other cases we may need to offer you an alternative course (within your chosen area of study).

Preparing for your Enrolment Day.

A comprehensive check list will be included in your Joining Instructions.

It is important to ensure that you have completed the Details section on My Student Portal

Maths and English GCSE

The UK Government has decided that, applicants who will be aged between 16-18 at the start of their course and have failed to achieve a C or grade 4 in their Maths and English GCSEs, will be required to enrol onto an additional study programme. This will run alongside their chosen vocational course to ensure they are working towards achieving as high a mark as possible within the two subjects. Qualifications from outside of England and Wales will be considered as alternatives as per Government guidelines. More information can be found here.


Myerscough Students who studied with us in the 2018/2019 academic year should not attend the summer enrolment events. They are for students who are studying at Myerscough for the first time or who have had a break in study. If you are continuing at Myerscough, you will be enrolled automatically and instructions about your first day will be provided by your course tutor.