Information for new students in Youth Friendly Wolverhampton

See a range of resources for new students in Youth Friendly Wolverhampton. Your future is bright!

What can new students in Wolverhampton expect when starting college in September?

If you are due to start college in September, there will be:

  • online enrolment
  • support with learning on-site
  • opportunities to address gaps in technical or practical knowledge or experience
  • enhanced induction
  • Information, Advice and Guidance support and taster sessions to help you make the right choice for your future career.

Get social both on and offline…

Colleges are putting extra support in place to help new and returning students to settle in, make friends and successfully progress with your studies. Most colleges have a dedicated Facebook page and would encourage young people to begin chatting prior to the start of the new term.

Starting a Higher Education course?

If you are due to begin a Higher Education course at your local college, plans are in place to support your transition and to alleviate any concerns or anxieties. Most colleges have a dedicated Facebook page and would encourage young people to begin chatting prior to the start of the new term.

Student finance

If you have questions around student finance, visit the GOV.UK student finance resource and get the answers you need.

City of  Wolverhampton College

You can visit the college website at https://www.wolvcoll.ac.uk/.

If you have any specific questions you can get in touch online via their contact page, or phone them on 01902 836000.

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