If you have chosen a course from the prospectus and are ready to apply, follow these steps:
- Download an application form. (PDF document)
- Send in your completed paper application form to the address shown at the bottom of the form.
- You will then be invited to attend an informal interview at Coleg Menai.
- The College will keep in touch with you during the period leading up to the beginning of term so you will receive all the information you need!
For entry to full-time HE courses you must apply through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) on www.ucas.com
Alternatively contact UCAS directly on 0871 467 0468 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
For full details on how to apply for an international course, please visit the how to apply page on our International website.
Alternitively, you can contact Sue Stokes at the International Centre by:
- Phoning: +44 1248 370125 or +44 1248 383310;
- E-mail: email@example.com
You can enrol:
- By post – Fill in the application form (PDF document) and send it to the address at the bottom of the form.
- Applications will be dealt on a "first come first served" basis so it is important that you apply as quickly as possible, especially for popular courses. You will receive a letter to confirm the outcome of your application as soon as possible after the close of enrolments.
Please note that we may have to cancel a course if too few people choose to enrol, although we will make every effort to find you an alternative.
Individuals who are not 16 by 1st January of the current year are not eligible to enrol on any of the evening courses.
Help with Payment:
You can pay by cheque, postal order, credit or debit card. You must send all payments with the application form. You are entitled to a 50% concession if you are claiming
Job Seekers Allowance, Disability Living Allowance, Income Support, or receiving Working Tax Credits, Pension Credit, or if you are full time student at any College or
University. We also accept letters of confirmation from a sponsoring authority such as your employer. You will need to provide either a photocopy of evidence of your
entitlement to a 50% concession on the tuition fee or a letter from your employer that shows that they are willing to pay.
The fee for each course is shown in the course listings, although some courses are free. In many cases a concession of 50% is available on course fees, however if any
additional costs (e.g. materials,) are shown THEY MUST BE PAID IN FULL.
Fee information for non-EEA students
If you are a non-EEA student, contact the International Office before you apply for a course. Tel: 01248 383310 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The level of fees may vary
to the price listed in the Course list.
Refunds will only be paid in accordance with the college's Tuition Fees Policy.
For more information on how to Apply for Comunity Evening and Day courses please ring:
- Bangor - Course Advice Line - 01248 383 333
- Holyhead - Ty Cyfle - 01407 765 755
- Caernarfon - Y Maes - 01286 673 450
or e-mail email@example.com.