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There are two ways to apply for a course depending on whether it is part time or full time.
Part Time Course Applications
To apply visit our Courses Section. Follow the ‘how to apply’ instructions on the course leaflet of the programme you wish to apply for. The links on the course leaflet will take you directly to the relevant online application form.
University Level Courses will require you to complete the Teesside University online application that is directly linked on the course page.
Management and Professional Courses will require you to complete the Darlington College online application.
Interview and Offer
Once your application has been received by the Admissions Team it will be sent to the appropriate tutor for consideration and we will send you an acknowledgement to let you know your application is being processed. You will then be invited in for an interview or will receive a telephone call from the tutor who will discuss your application and give you the opportunity to ask any questions.
An offer of a place will be made if it is felt you are suitable for the course. This will be conditional on you having the relevant entry criteria for the course and any necessary references, CRB checks (if required), and work placements, and the course having sufficient numbers to run.
For further information on how to apply please contact the Admissions Team on 01325 503035 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Full Time Course Applications
To join a full time foundation degree, higher national diploma or degree course, apply through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) available at www.ucas.com. Applications should be made as soon as possible. Applications made after the 15th of January of the year in which you wish to start your course will be classed as late, although will still be processed. There is an application fee for this service.
For advice and support on applications to UCAS contact our Careers Guidance Team on 01325 503040 or email email@example.com.
Another great source of advice is www.direct.gov.uk/yourfuture where many of your questions will be answered by the experts.
If you have any questions or thoughts don't hesitate to let us know!