How to Enrol – North West Regional College
 
 

How to Enrol

How to Enrol on a Part-Time Course

You can enrol for a part-time course online, by post, phone (using credit or debit card) or in-person at any of our main campuses during normal office hours. To enrol on a course at NWRC you must be over 16 years of age on or before 1st July in year of entry. An aptitude test and/or interview may be required to gain entry onto some courses. It is important to note that we process enrolments on a ‘first come, first served’ basis and courses can fill up quickly so don’t delay, apply today.

For more information contact admissions@nwrc.ac.uk

 

How to pay for your course

The easiest and most convenient way to pay for your Part-time course is online, however other payment methods are also available (including monthly instalments for courses where the tuition fee is greater than £150). Please note, your place will not be confirmed until the appropriate fee is paid. Visit our How To Pay section for more details.

Enrol Online

You can now enrol for Part-Time courses online. This is the easiest and most convenient way to enrol and pay for a course.

Search Part-Time courses and select the one on which you wish to enrol. Follow the instructions to complete the online enrolment form and pay the relevant tuition fee via debit or credit card. Your place will not be confirmed until the appropriate fee is paid. If you are claiming a reduced fee you MUST upload relevant evidence.

The College reserves the right to withdraw your place on the course if the correct evidence has not been submitted.

Pay by Direct Debit / Installments

If your course is:

  • over £150 you can also pay by direct debit/instalment and pay £100 deposit;
  • between £151 – £400 you can pay by direct debit/instalment and pay 25% deposit.

Copies of the Direct Debit mandate is available to download online:

For more information on how to pay for your course visit: www.nwrc.ac.uk/part-time-how-to-pay or email admissions@nwrc.ac.uk

Enrol By Post

Please send the completed enrolment form with the appropriate fee to the relevant campus listed below. If you are claiming a reduced tuition fee you must also include copies of recent benefit evidence.

For Courses at Strand RoadFor Courses at LimavadyFor Courses at Strabane
Administration Office
North West Regional College
Strand Road
Derry-Londonderry
BT48 7AL
Administration Office
North West Regional College,
Main Street
Limavady
BT49 0EX
Administration Office
North West Regional College,
39 Derry Road, Strabane
BT82 8DX

Please note: Cheques (signed) / Postal Orders must be made payable to ‘North West Regional College’ and crossed Account Payee only. Currently, we can only accept Sterling cheques. Please do not enclose cash.

To ensure that you are correctly enrolled, it is important that you enter the Course Code that is listed beside each course.

For information on how to pay for your course visit: www.nwrc.ac.uk/part-time-how-to-pay or email admissions@nwrc.ac.uk

Enrol By Telephone

Those paying the full tuition fee may enrol by telephone using credit or debit card. Reduced fees cannot be paid via telephone enrolment. Please ensure you have the relevant course details to hand.

For courses at Strand Road, Springtown and Strabane:
028 7127 6000

For courses at Limavady or Greystone:
028 7127 8700

For information on how to pay for your course visit: www.nwrc.ac.uk/part-time-how-to-pay or email admissions@nwrc.ac.uk

Enrol In-Person

You can enrol in-person at any of our main College campuses at Strand Road, Limavady and Strabane during normal office hours. To find your local Campus, please click here.

  • Mon – Thu: 8:30am – 4:45pm*
  • Fri: 9:00am – 3:45pm

When you arrive you will be asked to complete a Part-Time enrolment form. To process your application quicker, it is advised that you have this completed and bring it along with you when you visit. If applying for a reduced (concessionary) fee please remember to take with you all the necessary benefit evidence

For information on how to pay for your course visit: www.nwrc.ac.uk/part-time-how-to-pay or email admissions@nwrc.ac.uk

*Please check reception notice for evening opening hours

Interview / Special Entry Requirements

If the course that you are enrolling on has entry criteria, you must provide/upload evidence of your qualifications to demonstrate how you meet these requirements. Failure to meet course criteria may result in your application being declined and you will be subsequently referred to our College Careers Advisors for further guidance.

Some courses also require that you attend a pre-course information session or interview. If this is the case we will be in contact to confirm the date for your interview/information session.

Employer Paying Your Fees

If your employer has agreed to pay for your course fees, evidence of this must be shown at the time of payment. If your employer is paying you can still enrol online, however, you must provide appropriate evidence* that your employer is paying. You may also visit the College in person, with appropriate evidence, if your employer is paying for your course. Find out more at www.nwrc.ac.uk/part-time-how-to-pay

*Appropriate evidence includes a signed and stamped letter from your employer or completed NWRC Employer to Pay Form, either of which must be uploaded onto your online account or provided at time of enrolment (if enrolling in person).

International Applicants

For certain College courses, students for whom English is not their first language may be required to provide evidence of English Language ability – minimum IELTS Score 5 or equivalent.

English Entry Levels for Vocational Courses

Applications for Higher National Certificate (HNC) / Higher National Diploma (HND) and Foundation Degree courses:

  • IELTS 6.0;
  • Paper-based TOEFL 547
  • Computer-based TOEFL 210
  • Internet-based TOEFL 79

Find out more visit: www.nwrc.ac.uk/international

Please Note: The College will endeavour to run all courses as advertised. However, we reserve the right to cancel courses which do not attract sufficient numbers. In this case, students who have enrolled will be entitled to a full refund of fees paid.