In the first instance, students should seek guidance from their current subject teachers if they have any questions with regards to a particular course or their suitability for the course in question. It is important that when students apply for the courses they have chosen, they are confident that these are the courses they wish to study at Post-16 as the curriculum will be constructed with student demand for courses in mind.
In addition to reading the information on the college’s website, students are encouraged to attend one of the college’s open events at which students will have the chance to learn more about the college and the unique opportunities it offers, as well as being able to discuss potential A Level courses with subject professionals.
Once a student has decided upon the courses they wish to study at A Level an application should be completed. If a student’s school has access to UCAS Progress the application should be completed using this online resource (advice should be sought from their Head of Year on how to complete it) by 13 January 2017.
If your school has not given you a UCAS Progress password, visit www.ucasprogress.com/authentication/logon and click ‘I don’t have an account’ where you can then register to make an application.
For entry in 2017, applications should be made by Friday 13 January 2017. Please note we encourage early applications as we anticipate there will be a very high demand for places. We would always, however, wish you to apply. If you have missed the published deadline please telephone Linda Dunn, 0113 323 9777 (PA to David Holtham, Principal) at Elliott Hudson College, Phoenix House, Global Avenue, Leeds LS11 8PG for advice. Late applications will only be allocated places not already filled by applications that were made on time.
Decisions regarding conditional offers for all potential students will be made by 31 March 2017. If a place has been offered it must be accepted within 10 days.