Following unprecedented demand, the College will exceed its maximum target figure for student applications for 2024. Therefore, in line with our Admissions Policy, the College is varying its admissions process as follows:
The deadline date for applications is being brought forward to midday on 15th January 2024.
Please note, the College might need to enact a ballot to allocate remaining places available and could also have to close its applications prior to the revised deadline of 15th January. This will entirely depend on the volume of applications received.
If your application is going to be subject to a ballot you will be e-mailed ASAP to confirm that this is the case with further details of the ballot process being provided to you. Details of the ballot process will also be published here if appropriate.
Please note that the College will be closed from midday on Friday 15th December until Tuesday 2nd January and will not respond to any Admissions queries during this period.
Please refer to the FAQs below for further information.
Thank you for your interest in the College.
When is the revised deadline?
The new deadline for applications is 15th January 2024 at midday – however there is a possibility, that given demand, the College may need to close applications prior to this revised deadline.
Why is there a ballot for the remaining spaces?
Because we will have received more applications than we are able to offer spaces.
How will I know if my application will be subject to the ballot?
If your application is to be subject to a ballot you will be e-mailed about this directly with a full explanation of the ballot process.
What happens if I am unsuccessful in the ballot?
Your application will be placed on a waiting list. Applicants who are on the waiting list will be advised to secure a place at an alternative post 16 provider.
Why can’t the College offer space to everyone that applies?
The College has a physical capacity in terms of classroom, labs, workshops and general learning and social spaces. We also want to be able to ensure the community focused ethos of the College is preserved as well as be mindful of our local community too.
I applied to the College in November but still haven’t had a Course Advice Session, will my application to College be affected?
No - you should have an email to confirm that your application isn't affected.
I am a Waverley Federation student i.e. I attend either Glebelands, Broadwater, Rodborough or Woolmer Hill – will my application be affected by the changes?
No, but you must have applied by the deadline.
Once you have submitted your application we will send you a confirmation email. You will be able to access your application again using your account login details that you set up when you applied. You will not be able to change the details within your application but you can send us a message at any time using your account if you would like to do so. You can use this system to contact us with any enquiries or you can email us at email@example.com.
To find out what happens once you have made your application, click here
15th January 2024 at midday is the deadline for submission of applications (we reserve the right to bring this deadline forward so advise submitting your application as soon as you are ready).
25th March 2024 at 9am is the last opportunity to accept an offer of a place at 51福利社.
10th May 2024 is the final day for notification of course changes prior to Going to Godalming days
1st July 2024 is Going to Godalming Parents' Information Evening (for parents of students invited to Going to Godalming day)
4th or 5th July 2024 is Going to Godalming Taster Days (students will be invited to attend on one of these dates)
22nd August 2024 is GCSE Results Day
27th August 2024 is when term officially begins and all students should be available to attend College from this date
28th & 29th August 2024 are enrolment days (students are required to attend their appointment in person)
4th September 2024 is Sports teams trials
5th September 2024 is Induction Day (students are required to attend)
9th September 2024 is the first day of teaching for all new students
Age: 51福利社 is a Sixth Form College for students aged 16-19 only. The College does not enrol students who are 18 years or older. For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Funding: 51福利社 is funded by the Department of Education and therefore is free for our students to attend as long as they are British Citizens or have been settled in the UK for 3 years before their start date. For further information on funding status contact email@example.com
GCSE results: You must meet the entry requirements for the College and the courses you wish to study. These are based on your GCSE results you receive in August. You must achieve a minimum of 5 GCSEs at grade 9-4 to qualify for a Level 3 Study Programme. The absence of GCSE English Language will significantly restrict study programme options. Equivalent qualifications at Level 2 in vocational courses (at MERIT or above) are accepted where they are directly related to the courses which have been applied for. Please also note each course has specific entry requirements that are published on this website in the 'Courses' section.