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Important information – applications are currently closed and will reopen during October

Applications for academic year 2022-2023 have now closed. 

Our application portal will reopen in October for applications for academic year 2023-2024. Please return to this page in October to access our application portal. 

To find out more about applying to Huish for next September please join us for our Open Events on 5th & 7th November.

Register for Huish Open Events

 

If you have any queries about our admissions processes please give us a call on 01823 320 800 or email admissions@richuish.ac.uk.

 

Applying for a Level 2 or 3 Study Programme

Our application portal opens in the Autumn term for those applying for the following academic year. You can apply right up until September but we strongly recommend applying early to benefit from the support we offer. 

Following your application, we offer you a variety of opportunities that can help you build your confidence in your course choices and you have the option to change your Study Programme right up until you enrol. 

Follow our step-by-step guide below to become a Huish student. 

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Applying from inside the UK

 

Step 1. Open Event

Visit our Advice & Guidance section and attend our Open Events to find out about the courses you want to study.

Register  now for our November Open Event

 

Step 2. Apply

Submit your application through our online application portal.

If you are interested in boarding or flexi-boarding at Huish, alongside applying for your Study Programme you will need to complete a Huish Boarding Registration Form – for more information please visit Huish Boarding.

IMPORTANT: Applications for academic year 2022-23 have now closed.

Our application portal will reopen in October for applications for academic year for 2023-24. Please return to this page in October to access our application portal. 

 

 

Step 3. Advice and Guidance Meeting

You will be invited to an A&G meeting to chat about your application. The purpose of the appointment is for you to receive more information so you feel confident in your chosen Study Programme. You can talk about your interests and goals, and gain advice about whether these will be supported by your Study Programme. 

You can dress informally and enjoy this opportunity to find out more about Huish. For applicants living at a considerable distance, this can be a virtual/telephone appointment.

At peak times for applications it may take a few weeks to receive your appointment date, please do not worry, there are enough spaces on our courses for everyone applying ahead of September.

Step 4. Offer

At the end of your A&G meeting, you will receive your offer for your place at Huish and we will confirm the entry requirements for your chosen courses. 

For all Level 3 Study Programmes, you need to achieve five GCSEs at Grade 4 or above, including Mathematics and English (Language or Literature). For some courses, there are additional requirements (please refer to the individual course page for details).

Step 5. Welcome to Huish (Taster Days) and Huish Headstart

You will be invited to our ‘Welcome to Huish’ events in July where you can trial your lessons and meet other students before you join us in September.

You will also be sent information about our Headstart Programme. The programme is designed to help you familiarise yourself with the type of work you will be completing at Huish.

Step 6. GCSE Results Day

We wish you the best of luck with your GCSEs. If your grades meet the entry requirements then your next step will be to join us at enrolment. If you don’t get the grades you require for your selected course we still have many options for your next step. Please check our website for details of our events taking place on GCSE results day or give us a call to discuss your options.

Step 7. Enrolment

You will be sent an appointment time to enrol on one of our enrolment dates that take place at the end of August. If you are unable to attend due to special circumstances, you can enrol on your first day.

At enrolment you will:

  • confirm your Study Programme
  • provide your GCSE results
  • pay the Huish Experience Fee
  • have your photo taken for your Student ID card
  • receive details about the start of term.

You will then be a Huish student! 

We can’t wait for you to join us, if you have any questions throughout the application process, your circumstances change, or you wish to alter your Study Programme, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

 

Joining us from outside the UK

We are delighted to have students join us from outside the UK and can accept applications from anyone who meets the ESFA funding criteria.

Applications for academic year 2022-23 have now closed. 

Please return to this page in Octoberif you wish to complete an application for academic year for 2023-24.

International students are unable to apply using our online application portal and will need to download an application form from this webpage when applications reopen.

Our International Student and Accommodation Coordinator, Maria Smith, can help you with your application and answer any questions you may have about moving to study in the UK ahead of your application.

Huish has a number of international agents that we work with. You can apply through an agent, or directly to our Admissions team. For a full list of agents, please contact us.

Following your application you will be invited to an Advice & Guidance meeting like any other Huish student. For students living abroad this can be a virtual appointment (Skype/Zoom etc.). If you require boarding, please discuss this at your A&G meeting and complete an Accommodation Registration Form (please visit Huish Boarding for full information).

For further information, please contact Maria Smith at international@richuish.ac.uk or telephone 0044 (0)01823 320800.