GCSE Advice Day
Posted on: 20/07/2018 Category / Christ the King: Aquinas / Christ the King College / Christ the King: St Mary's
Applications are invited from students who wish to pursue their sixth form education in a faith context and who support the ethos of this Catholic College. Where the College is oversubscribed the priorities for admissions are:
All applications will be judged against the course admissions criteria. Overseas qualifications will be considered but they will need to be of equivalent value to UK examination. A fee will be charged to overseas students where appropriate – further details can be obtained from the Admissions Office.
All applicants are advised to apply before the deadline. If you are currently a student at one of the Partner Schools listed above: Please complete the application form (obtainable on line or from your school) and return it before 18 December 2015. Please check with your school the arrangement for returning completed application forms to Christ the King.
If you are a student at a non-partner school: Please obtain an application form on line or direct from the College. The closing date for receipt of applications is 31 January 2016.
All pupils applying for places from partner schools will be guaranteed an interview. For other applicants, the decision to invite you to interview will be based on our priorities for admission, which will be considered alongside information contained on your application form and school reference. If you are invited for interview you will be able to discuss the courses you hope to study and tell us more about yourself. You will also be able to ask us any questions.
An offer of a place will depend on your application form, your school reference and the discussions we have with you and your parents or carers. If you are successful in your application, you will need to enrol formally at Christ the King College. This takes place in August 2016 and you will be notified of these details later. Offers of places on all courses are made subject to availability. The College reserves the right to alter, substitute or withdraw programmes.