We look forward to welcoming all new and returning students to Stamford College for the start of the 2020-21 academic year. Due to COVID 19 and social distancing, enrolment at Stamford College has changed for 2020. You can now complete this online.
School Leaver and Returning Students
You will have been emailed a 'Getting Ready for College' letter to the email address you applied with (please check your junk folder).
Please read the instructions carefully as it will contain all the information you need, including a step-by-step guide to support you to complete your enrolment online. There will also be further guidance on how to apply for Transport, Financial Support and Free School Meals.
As long as you have access to a device (mobile, phone, tablet or computer) and a connection to the internet (4G or wifi) you can complete the Getting Ready for College enrolment process anywhere.
Access, Part-time and University Level Students
On Monday 7th September 2020 you will be sent an email to the email address you applied with. This will contain a link for you to self-enrol online.
You will be asked to update, upload and confirm information including:
- Personal Details
- Exam Access arrangements
- Details of funding for your course
- Availability of IT resources at home
- A copy of your qualification grades (.jpg or .png picture format or .pdf)
- Health Information and Support Needs
- Upload a photo (if missing)
- That you agree to the college’s terms and conditions
Logging in to Enrolment
To edit, retrieve, track an application or enrolment, visit the link on your confirmation email, or click here to log in.
5 Step Enrolment Process
We have put together 5 simple steps that you'll need to take to enrol on to your chosen course, if at any time you have any issues with these you are able to contact the enrolment team on email@example.com
We recommend you apply with an email address that you regularly check and have access to (not a school one) and ensure all details are accurate (spelling, phone numbers etc) as we will communicate through email and phone if there are any updates or problems with your application.
Step 1- You will have received your 'Application Confirmation' and 'Offer' via email. Please ensure you have 'Accepted' your Place.
Step 2- Receive an email inviting you to complete the online enrolment process 'Getting Ready for College'.
Step 3- Complete the online 'Getting Ready for College' enrolment form and upload photo. You must also ensure you upload evidence of your grades / qualifications.
If you have not got the qrades / qualifications you need, try not to worry, we are very experienced in ensuring you are placed on the right course and a Course Tutor will contact you to discuss your enrolment.
Step 4- You will receive a congratulations email once your enrolment is complete, this will include a link to your induction information and the date of your first day.
Step 5- Attend your first day. You will be emailed information on how to access your College Google account which will contain all the information regarding your Induction (including timetables and first days).
How to Enrol Step-by-Step Guides:
Follow the guides below for more support with enrolling or applying for transport or financial support.
Video guides are also available further down this page.
When Will I Enrol?
You will receive an email inviting you to complete the online enrolment process ‘Getting Ready for College’. This email will be sent to the email address you applied with, or your college email if you are a returning student.
School leavers and returning students will have been sent this from 20th August
Access, Part-time and University Level students will be sent this from 7th September
Information about your induction, your start date and how to order any kit and uniform you will need as part of your course can be found by course on Welcome to Stamford College.
How will I enrol?
Enrolment is entirely online. All you need is access to a device (a mobile, tablet or computer) and internet connection (4G or wifi).
All instructions will sent via email, and you will upload evidence of your grades /qualifications and ID photograph remotely. If you need any support, staff will be on hand throughout enrolment via email, our website live chat facility or on the phone to help you.
Live Chat: bottom left hand of the screen
Telephone: 01780 484 300
I haven’t applied yet, is it too late?
It is not too late at all, although some courses may be full so we encourage you to apply and secure a place on our waiting list as soon as possible.
Once you have applied, we will make arrangements for one of our lecturers to contact you to tell you more about the course, and if your application is successful you will be offered a place and be transferred to enrolment.
Need course advice?
If you need more help deciding what to study, you can book a chat with our friendly course advice team. Log in and complete the form via the link below and they will arrange a time to contact you:
What will happen if I don’t have the grades required?
You should continue to enrol. Once you have uploaded your grades we will be able to contact you and advise on what to do next.
Try not to worry, we are very experienced in ensuring you are placed on the right course and promise to review each application on a case-by-case basis to ensure you have all the support you need to achieve your goals.
Can I change courses if I changed my mind?
Of course you can. Please email our course enquiries team at firstname.lastname@example.org with the course you have applied to and the one you would like to change to, and they can arrange this for you.
You do not need to go back to your application, we will do this for you.
When do I start the course and when will I receive my timetable?
To access your induction (including information on your first day and timetables), you will need to log into our Google Education system using your college Google account.
This is different to your application and enrolment log in.
Please sign out of any personal Google accounts you may be logged into beforehand at https://accounts.google.com/.
Your default password is PE91XA!!
After successfully logging in, you can then access the college induction website at: https://sites.google.com/stamford.ac.uk/induction/.
Due to the restrictions imposed by the COVID-19 outbreak will be delivering the majority of induction online to maximise your safety. However there will be an opportunity to meet your new tutors and classmates with social distancing in place to help you settle in to College life.
I have never visited the College and I am worried I will get lost on my first day!
Don’t worry, we’ll have friendly staff around to help you get to where you need to be and lots of directional signage will be in operation throughout the College.
For more information about coming to College in September and everything you need to know about staying safe on site, please visit https://www.stamford.ac.uk/events/coronavirus/information-for-current-students
How do I apply for a bus pass?
New students with an offer of a place at College will be sent information around a month before enrolment with the links to apply to financial support and transport online. There you will have the option to apply for Financial support (including transport- as part of the financial support application, if household income is 27K per year or less), or just transport on it’s own.
However, Public Service routes such as Delaine or Call Connect bus pusses are purchased directly through the service bus provider. Find out your route by entering your postcode above.
For more information on travelling to college visit here.
How do I apply for financial support or student loans?
Stamford College can offer financial support to any student from low income households who face the greatest barriers to continuing in education or training. There are a number of funds you can apply for depending on your personal circumstance. Find out more here.
If you need to secure a student loan to support teh payment of your course fees, more information can be found here: https://www.stamford.ac.uk/college-life/financial-support
I am a returning student and I can’t log on!
If you are a returning student and have experienced difficulty in logging in to EBS Prospect to enrol for 2020⁄21 we advise that you reset your password using this link first:
A How to Reset your Password Guide if also available below.
Enter your username that was sent to you earlier this week or your email address and you should receive an email to reset your password.
The link can only be used once, otherwise a message is displayed that it has expired, and a new request will be required.
Follow the link in the email and your security question has been changed to ‘What is your date of birth?’ (DD/MM/YYYY)’ On mobile devices this is not very clear but we’re working on that. The format must be DD/MM/YYYY. You will then be able to set a new password.
If you still encounter further difficulties please email email@example.com first and let us know the issue.
Do I need my NI number?
If you do not have your NI number, please enter AA000000A in place of an NI number until your official number comes through.
This is only essential if you are studying or later move to an Apprenticeship.
I have been locked out!
If you have entered your password incorrect too many times, you will unfortunately be locked out. After 2 hours you will be able to reattempt login.
If you are still having problems after this point, please email firstname.lastname@example.org who will provide further support.