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Higher Education Enrolment Form

Personal Details





Personal Details

First Forename
Other Forenames

Have you ever been known under a different surname?

Previous Surname

Would you like us to address you by a different name?

Known As
Date Of Birth
Preferred Pronoun
NI Number
Email (enter again)

Additional Information

UCAS Number

If you are aged under 21, please declare the socio-economic background of your parent or guardian who earns the most. It is based on occupation, and if the parent or guardian is retired or unemployed, this is based on their most recent occupation. If you are 21 or over, please declare you own socio-economic background.

The Socio Economic Classification (SEC) is a classification based on employment/occupation.

What sector do you study/work in ?

The Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) is a common classification of occupational information for the UK. Within the context of the classification, jobs are classified in terms of their skill level and skill content. It is used for career information to labour market entrants, job matching by employment agencies and the development of government labour market policies.

Nationality, Equality and Diversity

Ethnic Group
What is your country of residence
Nationality (Country of birth)

Have you always lived in England?

NOTE: Please upload UK ID when prompted

Have you lived in the UK for more than 3 years?

Is Home Fees

NOTE: Please upload UK ID when prompted

You may not be entitled to funding for this course - you will need to contact the college for further advice

Are you an Asylum Seeker ?

NOTE: Please upload your Asylum ID on the next stage of this form

Do you have settled status in the UK ?

Visa Type

If your visa isnt listed, please set your settled status to no

Do you have a legal right to reside in the UK ?

Fee Eligiblity

You may not be entitled to funding for this course, please contact the college for futher advice

Criminal Convictions

Middlesbrough College has a legal and moral duty to safeguard and promote the welfare of all children, young people and vulnerable adults. Therefore, you are required to disclose information relating to any criminal convictions as part of your enrolment at the College. Having a criminal record will not necessarily prevent you from studying at the College but will depend on the nature of the course and the circumstances and background of the offence.

You will need to declare if any of the following apply to you:

  1. You have any convictions that are not yet spent under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974
  2. You have any convictions, cautions, reprimands or final warnings which are spent but not protected as defined by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (as amended in 2013) (For courses that involve working with children or vulnerable adults.)
  3. You have any pending prosecutions
Do any of these apply to you?

Main Address

Please enter your postcode or partial address below:


House No / Street
Years at address

Type of accommodation you are living in during term time

Alternative Term Time Address

If you are living away from home during your studies, please provide the details of your Term Time address below

House number / Street name

Please select which address to use for correspondence:

Parent/Guardian/Emergency Contact

The college may use the emergency contact information provided, without prior consent, in very serious situations where it is in students’ vital interests to do so.

Emergency Contact Name
Emergency Contact Relationship
Emergency Contact Phone number
Emergency Contact Email Address

Learner Support

Do you have any disabilities or learning difficulties?

If you can't find the course you want, or you have a query about a course, enrolment or fees please call 01642 333333, or email