There are many ways to get in touch. You can request a prospectus, fill in an online enquiry form, book a place at one of our open events, give us a call or pop in. We will be pleased to give you more information on our courses and give an initial indication as to which may be the best course for you.
Step 2: Apply
If you decide you would like to apply for a place, the next step is to complete an application form and submit the initial documents required. These are normally a copy of your passport and your recent school reports and qualifications. You can send your application by email, post or bring it to the college. There is no application fee, a registration fee is paid if you join.
Step 3: Interview
The head of admissions will review your documents and if satisfactory, will invite you for an interview. International students may be asked to take an English Language and Mathematics test before the interview. If you are applying for an A-Level course, the interview will be with one or both of our vice principals and/or the head of sixth form. If you are an international student or live far away, it is possible to conduct an interview via Skype. The head of admissions often conducts Skype interviews and discusses the interview with the principal.
Step 4: Offer
The principal will inform the head of admissions whether a place should be offered to the applicant and if so the conditions attached to the offer. Conditions may be academic (ie the student must achieve certain grades at GCSE) or document (such as a school report). If a reference has not already been provided from the applicant’s current/previous school, this will be required.
Step 5: Accept your place
To accept your place you will need to complete an online enrolment form and pay the deposit fee.
Step 6: Application complete
Congratulations! You are now a David Game College Liverpool student. We will issue you an acceptance letter.
Step 1. Confirmation of place
The head of admissions will email you to confirm that your payment has been received and that your place is reserved. Information such as a welcome letter and book list will be sent to you.
Step 2. Registration
You will attend a registration session on the first day of term (or if you arrive late, on your first day) where you will fill in the arrival form and have your photo taken for your student ID.
Step 1. Confirmation of place
The head of admissions will email you to confirm that your payment has been received and that your place is confirmed. Information such as the welcome letter and book list will be sent to you.
Step 2. Arrange accommodation
If you require accommodation, the head of admissions will put you in touch with the accommodation officer to book.
Step 3. Visa application
If you require a student visa to study in the UK, then the head of admissions or registrar can help you by telling you the documents you will need for your visa application. The registrar or head of admissions must first check all documents that are to be submitted with your visa application and can provide templates for such letters if required.