Types of offer
This will be subject to your GCSE* results or providing evidence of previously achieved qualifications. There may be other conditions such as fitness to study or gaining work experience which will be listed in your offer letter or email.
When results day comes, if you don’t achieve what you have been predicted, don’t panic!
- You should upload your results as instructed as we may still be able to put you on the course you originally applied for (with extra study). If this isn’t possible then we may offer you a course within the same learning area but on a lower level.
- In some cases, we may provide you with details of alternative providers or a specialist plan of how to enrol with us in the future.
- No matter the course that you are offered, if you are aged under 19 and have not achieved a minimum of grade 4 (C) in your English and Maths GCSEs or approved equivalents, you will be required to take these subjects again alongside your vocational course.
You have a definite place on the course subject to any needs funding assessments that may have not taken place.
If you have more than one offer, please remember to only select the one that is your first choice. If you change your mind at a later date, please contact the Admissions Team directly and we will look into this for you.
Please note that the Enrolment offer that the College makes to applicants is based on several factors, with success being the prime driver. The specific level of course offer can be changed at several points during the year in line with College or Curriculum Area recommendations. The course offer is also subject to change if applicants do not meet the entry criteria set out in their offer notification. On rare occasions course structures or awarding bodies may change during the year (usually in line with Government funding changes), if this happens, you will be notified directly. Full details of how we make these decisions can be found in our Student Admissions Policy and Procedure Myerscough College | Policies.
Please note that all of our offers are subject to need and funding assessments, if the College cannot meet support needs or requires an applicant to be placed on an alternative course, the College will inform the applicant directly.
*RQF Level 2 and international equivalents will also be considered.