Applications for September 2021 are open

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The College reserves the right to amend the Entry Requirements & course offer to match the needs of students.

If you have already applied to study at the College for a previous academic year please do not complete another online application. To apply, please call 01493 662234 (select Option 5) or e-mail

Would you like to change your choices?

If you would like to change your subject choices you do not have to complete and submit another application. All you need to do is either call 01493 662234 (Option 5 - Admissions) or e-mail with your full name, date of birth and what you would like to change.

Campus Tours

Miss out on our Open Day or Information Evenings? If you would like to visit the College, meet some of your potential subject tutors and explore the college in the daytime please request your tour by completing and submitting the Book your Campus Tour form - click here. We would be delighted to accommodate you.

High Needs Student Applications

If you are making an application and qualify as a high needs student then please be aware that places for high needs students are limited so an early application is recommended. Any queries please contact Nicholas Morgan-Baker ( / 01493 662234 x353). Please also note that all applications for high needs students must be received by 31st May 2019 because of our limited placement as set out by the Education and Skills Funding Agency in partnership with Norfolk and Suffolk Local Authorities.

Help with your application

If you have an additional need and require help with your application then East Norfolk offers a face-to-face appointment at the College to complete your application.

Please contact Derek Mill, Additional Learning Support Administrator; or ring 01493 662234 x319 or Nicholas Morgan–Baker, Additional Learning Support Manager; or ring 01493 662234 x353.

This appointment is called an initial assessment and offers you the opportunity to discuss curriculum choices, support needs and packages. Information, advice and guidance is available on entry requirements, high needs learning, progression routes from college, study programmes, transition to college, modified and alternative curriculums and alternative provision at other colleges and providers.

You may have a statement of educational, health or care need from school which will help in arranging the support you require to study at East Norfolk Sixth Form College. Please bring along any school reports or statements of needs when visiting the College for your appointment.

Please click here for advice, guidance and information about Education, Care and Health Plans (ECHP)

To view the College's Admissions Policy, please click here

We looking forward to welcoming you to EN sometime in the near future.