Deciding how to take your next step in education is a big decision, so at Stratford-upon-Avon College we have compiled some valuable information that will assist you during the application process.
If you are offered a place and you choose to make Stratford-upon-Avon College your place to study, you will be entering into a contract with the College. The terms and conditions of your student contract are available as set out below:
Your Offer Letter
If you’ve changed your mind about a course or even where you are studying, talk to us. We can help you transfer:
Stratford-upon-Avon College Student Transfers
If you are a student within Stratford-upon-Avon College and you wish to make changes relating to your current programme such as changing your mode of study from full time to part time study or vice versa or feel that the course or college is not right for you, your Higher Education (HE) course leader is the first person to speak to with regards to your concerns and future options.
Once you have considered your options, our Higher Education (HE) Admissions Officer will be able answer questions you may have relating to both leaving your course and any financial implications for both current and future studies.
Non-Stratford-upon-Avon College Student Transfers
If you are currently studying at another Higher Education College or University and would like to leave and continue your studies at Stratford-upon-Avon College then you will need to contact our Higher Education (HE) admissions team to arrange a guidance interview to explore your options.
We recognise prior and experiential learning, so you may be able to transfer directly into year two or three, or you may be exempt from specific modules. As we work with a number of Universities, we follow the University regulations for implementing prior or experiential learning. Admission for the relevant course will require their approval. For Higher National admission we follow BTEC regulations.
Please contact the colleges Higher Education (HE) admissions team for more information.
Please note that Student Finance England (SFE) need to be notified by yourself and the institution that you are currently studying at if you are making any changes to studies, this includes change of course, institution or modes of study – and again our Higher Education (HE) admissions staff will be able to signpost you to Student Finance England (SFE) and support you in these changes.
If you are on a Oxford Brookes course but studying at Stratford-upon-Avon College and want to change your programme then Oxford Brookes regulations will apply.
Higher Education involves specific terminology that may be new to some prospective students. Please review the following document:
You will have 14 days from the date we receive your acceptance to cancel your place. If you cancel within the 14 day cancellation period the College will usually refund you any deposit, administration or any other fees you may have paid. However, if you decide to cancel your place once you have started your course, some charge may be applied.
You can cancel your acceptance by emailing or writing to the the College’s Admissions Team using the below form as a template.
You will be able to print using your student ID card.
You will receive £1 credit when you enrol (this is credited the first time you present your card at a Multi-Functional Device (MFD)) and thereafter £1 credit per month for the duration of your course.
If you run out of credit, you will be able to purchase additional credit for your card at any time.
The level of printing may vary depending on your course. Where there may be significant costs, this will be identified on the course information page.
The prices below have remained unchanged since 2012 and there is no charge for scanning:
- A4 B&W Simplex (£0.04)
- A4 B&W Duplex (£0.06)
- A3 B&W Simplex (£0.05)
- A3 B&W Duplex (£0.07
- A4 Colour simplex (£0.08)
- A4 Colour Duplex (£0.14)
- A3 Colour Simplex (£0.09)
- A3 Colour Duplex (£0.15)
Stratford-upon-Avon College is dedicated to providing student satisfaction. However we also understand that sometimes things don’t go to plan. If an issue cannot be resolved, students are able to raise any concerns they have both academic and non-academic. The Code of Practice on Student Concerns and Complaints is the procedure to deal with complaints, in a fair, consistent and acceptable time frame. If dissatisfied with the outcome, students can get in contact with The Office of the Independent Adjudicator (OIA), an independent body which reviews complaints from students. The Code of Practice on Admissions is a procedure for reviewing the decisions made during the application and admissions process.