All enrolment takes place online in the comfort of your own home.
In early August, all students with an offer of a place to study with us will be emailed a 'Getting Ready for College' pack. This will contain all the instructions, forms and information you need to enrol online. As well as further guidance on how to apply for transport, financial support and when your induction will be.
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 enrol anytime from Thursday 20th August (returning students will be able to enrol earlier and will be send instructions on how to do so via email).
More FAQs and information about enrolment can be found on our ‘Enrolling at College’ page.
First Day and Induction
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.
Timetables will be issued on completion of your induction (please note this may change and will be confirmed when we meet).
In order to make the most of your time at Stamford College, you will need to assume that the amount of time you spend studying is the equivalent to doing a full time job – 37 hours a week. Times when you are not in class or tutorial you will need to be studying. There will be times given to you on your timetable for independent study.
Independent study are registered sessions where you have access to art studios, music studios or rehearsal studios. Your attendance is compulsory and vital if you are going to pass the course. They are times for you to develop things you need in class.
Please trust that where lessons do occur on campus, your safety and wellbeing will be paramount from the moment you leave the house to the time that you return home.
We may also ask you to take part in extra rehearsals, particularly as we get close to performance dates. We will always try to give you as much notice as possible, but please make sure you are aware of this in advance.
Studying Remotely via Google Classroom
Where remotely studying is required, we have been using G Suite for Education for over a year and it is well embedded in to our curriculum. This has allowed us to move to remote learning during the lock down confidently. G Suite allows us to teach you online or offline, anytime, and on any device to support and connect with you either one-on-one or with the whole class.
We utilise Classroom to enable us to manage your course work, assignments, and grading all in one place so you can be confident your experience is as high in quality online, as it is on campus.
You will be provided with full instructions on how to access your Google Classroom at induction and your tutors are always on hand to support you and ensure you are doing everything you should be to succeed on your course.
Summer Assignment Drop Offs
Please ensure you use the allocated time slot below on Tuesday 18th August to drop off your Summer Assignment at College. We cannot accept summer assignments on alternate dates and times without prior agreement.
1.00 - 2.30
2.30 - 4.00
1.00 - 2.30
Please email your summer assignment to Adam.Fox@Stamford.ac.uk stating your name and level of course you have applied for.