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We are delighted to delight to announce the results of the Monitoring Visit by the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) conducted on 24 October 2013. we are very pleased to announce that Superior College London has undergone a Review for Specific Course Designated by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA)

Superior College Admissions Policy

1. Policy Aim

  1.  Superior College London aims to offer a broad range of courses to a varied learner population, and to ensure that learners are appropriately matched to a programme of study and make informed choices about their future direction. The college will apply the principles inherent in this policy statement to all learners, including full and part time further education (FE) and higher education HE (higher education).
  2. We are committed to ensuring equality of opportunity for all persons seeking to study with the college and welcomes applications and enrolments from all individuals with the potential to succeed.

2. Policy Statements

a. The college will ensure that potential learners will receive advice and guidance from the Admissions Department team and/or Programme Leaders in order to help learners decide on the course of study best suited to their needs. Learners applying for full-time programmes and those part-time programmes requiring interviews will be made fully aware of the admissions arrangements. Learners applying for Higher Education (HE) programmes will be made aware of admissions arrangements by Admissions Manager.

b. Opportunities for students to view the college and its facilities prior to the commencement of a course will be organised by holding ‘Open Days’ , ‘Induction Days’ or by arranged visits.

c. Entry requirements will vary between programmes of study. However, each programme will have a clear statement on entry requirements and this will be displayed in the Programme Information Leaflet. Existing college students applying to undertake a further programme of study are required to fulfil the relevant entry criteria and follow the admissions procedure.

d. The college reserves the right to request references and/or school reports for a potential learner depending upon the course/apprenticeship they are applying for and may choose to interview for certain programmes once the relevant references and/or school reports have been returned.

e. The college reserves the right to refuse admission to an applicant/learner who has previously been excluded from this or any other educational institution or any breached immigration rules. Persons previously excluded will be interviewed prior to their re-entry into the college.

f. The college recognises it has a duty of care to learners and staff, thus reserves the right not to admit a learner where there is evidence that they could be a threat or danger to others.

g. The college reserves the right not to admit a learner who has any outstanding debts with the college.

h. Applicants for full-time programmes and those part-time programmes requiring an interview shall be made aware of the stage their application has reached and will receive replies to all correspondence within ten days of its receipt by the college.

i. All relevant applicants for full-time programmes or part-time programmes requiring an interview will be interviewed. At the interview, the learner’s programme choice will be discussed and a provisional agreement reached on the most appropriate programme of study.

j. Applicants for full-time programmes or part-time programmes requiring an interview shall receive a phone call/e-mail informing them of the interview decision within ten working days, providing relevant references and/or school reports have been returned.

k. Learners who attend an admissions interview will receive written confirmation if an offer if required.

l. All offers of places and enrolments at the college are made on the basis of: • There being sufficient demand for the course offered • There being sufficient spaces available on the course concerned • Meeting the entry requirements of the chosen course as specified in the Programme Information Leaflet • Appropriate employment being secured for apprenticeship programmes

m. Learners may be offered alternative studies, added to waiting lists or advised of other institutions where the course is offered.

n. To be officially enrolled a learner must have completed an ‘enrolment form’, had the enrolment form signed by an appropriate member of staff and committed to the appropriate fee, unless they are eligible for fee remission. This is an important contractual stage in the admissions process.

o. Disabled learners and learners with learning difficulties can access appropriate support through the learning support referral route and will have opportunities to disclose a support need at application, interview and at enrolment.

p. The college is committed to supporting disabled learners with learning difficulties in accordance with the Equality and Diversity Policy.

q. Information collected in the admission and enrolment processes will adhere to the current legislation concerning data protection.

r. Learners who wish to appeal against any decision made during the admissions and enrolment process should contact the Principal.

s. The Principal is responsible for monitoring this policy and will provide reports and recommendations to the Director as appropriate.

t. Superior College London actively supports and promotes equality and diversity in all matters relating to education and employment. Consequently the Corporation aims to identify and eliminate attitudes, practices and procedures which discriminate against people on grounds of age, gender, race, sexual orientation, disability, religion/belief, gender re-assignment, social background, marital status, nationality/citizenship or any personal characteristic of the individual(s) and the actions or comments are viewed as demeaning and unacceptable to the recipient.




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Undergraduate student 2013

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Undergraduate student 2013

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Undergraduate student 2013

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Postgraduate student 2013