There’s still time to join us this year!

Not sure what your next steps will be? Struggling to find a course? Or perhaps you applied somewhere else but want to change your mind?

We can help. With a wealth of qualifications and courses to choose from, all taught by passionate teachers in cutting-edge facilities, we have a lot to offer.

Why not take a look at our course pages?

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If it’s life at Keighley College you want to explore, take a look at our videos to find out more! We are a welcoming community and pride ourselves on being respectful, caring and kind to everyone that joins us. Students love our vibrant campus, our fantastic canteen and the amazing activities they can take part in as a Keighley College student.

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Whatever the situation you find yourself in, we can help.

Applied elsewhere but want to join us? We can help. Have an offer from us but changed your mind about the course? We can help. Have no idea at all about what to do next? We can help.

From 5-14 September we are running drop-in sessions where you can meet our friendly Enrolment Team, who can give you all the help you need so that you can join us this autumn.

Drop-in Sessions


5-14 September

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursdays
4-6pm

What do I need to bring?

Your results
We can’t enrol you without evidence of your exam results. This could be an exam slip, letter from your school or your certificates.Proof of your National Insurance number
This can be your National Insurance card or a tax or benefits letter.

You may also want to bring:

  • Bottled water, or anything else that will make you feel comfortable in our space, such as sensory toys and comforts
  • A family member or friend to accompany you (one additional person per student)

Proof of identity

If you’re 16-18

  • Passport
  • Driving Licence
  • ID Card or other form of national identification
  • Certificate of Entitlement to Funding
  • Bank/Credit/Debit Card
  • Bus Pass
  • Utility Bill
  • JCP Documentation
  • Other Benefit Evidence
  • Continuing Student with Keighley College (Existing Student ID)
  • Government ID
If you’re 19+
Please bring proof of any previous qualifications you may haveLiving in a West Yorkshire Combined Authority area?
You will need to bring one form of photo ID such as:

  • Passport
  • Driving Licence
  • ID card or other form of national identification
  • Bus Pass

Proof of address:

  • Utility Bill
  • Bank Statement
  • Council Tax Bill

If you’re not a British citizen please also bring evidence of your right to reside in the UK.

Evidence of your nationality/residency if applicable*

*If you have not been living in the UK for three years before your course starts (or before 1st September 2023, if you are aged 16-18), you will need to bring evidence of your current immigration permission in the UK (for example, passport and biometric residence permit, Home Office letter, ARC card). If your immigration permission was granted on the basis of your relationship to another person, you will need to provide evidence of that relationship (for example, birth certificate, marriage/civil partnership certificate).

Where can I go with Keighley College?

Whatever your career journey looks like, you can start it here. Joining us as a level 2 or 3 student, we can help you to move onto an apprenticeship or further study within the College. Whether you want to go to university or straight into work after college, you can reach your goals with our support. Our excellent industry links ensure that you learn the skills that will help you succeed in your chosen career.

“Since starting my apprenticeship in January, I’ve developed important practical skills and a dedicated work ethic.”
Joseph, Manufacturing Sewn Products Apprentice, Level 2


“Throughout college, I always had my sights set on going to university. This sometimes made things … read moredifficult, as I put pressure on myself to achieve the best grades I could. Although sometimes it was difficult to achieve a distinction, my teachers were incredible and always ensured I had the help I needed to progress. This course has been a real turning point in my academic journey; the engaging topics and inspiring teachers allowed me to excel and I’m really grateful to them. I’m absolutely thrilled to have secured a place at Sheffield Hallam University to study Criminology in September.”
Jordan, Uniformed Public Services, Levels 2 and 3


“My apprenticeship at Keighley College has given me the perfect opportunity to make a real … read moredifference within the community in providing care to those who require it. When I started my apprenticeship, I struggled with dyslexia and the college team were incredibly supportive in identifying useful resources to aid my academic work. Since enrolling on the course, my confidence has sky-rocketed and I have even completed an additional Level 3 research task on dementia. I hope the findings from my research will enable me to supply the best care possible on the ward.”
Holly, Healthcare Support Worker Apprentice, Level 2


Frequently asked questions

We hope these FAQs address any concerns you may have. If you can’t find the answer to your question please get in touch, our friendly team is ready to help. Using our online chat is the best way to speak to us and get the information you are looking for.

What happens when I visit campus?
You will be welcomed by a friendly member of staff who will speak to you about your next steps. Whether this is advising you on your post-GCSE options or helping you to find a course based around your interests, we can help. Visiting campus will also give you a good feel for the place. Visitors to Keighley College are always surprised by our facilities, and how much we can fit into an airy and modern space – so it’s definitely worth having a look round!
Where can I go with Keighley College?

Whatever your career journey looks like, you can start it here. Joining us as a level 2 or 3 student, we can help you to move onto an apprenticeship or further study within the College. Whether you want to go to university or straight into work after college, you can reach your goals with our support. Our excellent industry links ensure that you learn the skills that will help you succeed in your chosen career.

Will I fit in at Keighley College?

Yes! We have a very diverse body of welcoming students and staff. We make sure that our students feel like part of a team and we focus on building strong relationships between students and staff. Whatever you want to achieve, we will help you reach your goals, and if you’re not sure about what you want to do, we will help you find your path.

When will I get my college card, lanyard and timetable?
You will usually receive these during your college induction. Your tutor or a member of your course department will contact you to arrange this.
How can I get help with funding, welfare and childcare?
For full details of the support available to you, please visit our financial support page. If you think you may be entitled to any financial support you will need to also bring the evidence needed for this to your enrolment meeting.
I still have questions, how do I contact you?
We are here to help, the best way to get in touch is via our Online Chat, but you can also email us: enquiries@keighleycollege.ac.uk
or if you prefer, give us a call: 01535 685000

Visit us

Our campus is conveniently located on Bradford Road, right next door to Keighley train station.

A member of our friendly staff will welcome you on the day.

Keighley College
Bradford Road
Keighley
West Yorkshire
BD21 4HQ

Financial and Welfare Support

Here at Keighley College we don’t want finance to be a barrier to study. We offer a range of financial support to students to help with the costs associated with studying. You may be able to access support with travel, meals, childcare, fees and course related costs if you meet certain eligibility criteria.

For full details of the support available to you, please visit our financial support page. If you think you may be entitled to any financial support you will need to also bring the evidence needed for this to your enrolment meeting.

Important: Funds are limited, so eligible students are advised to apply immediately after their enrolment. Staff will be available to support you to apply using the Student Financial Support Fund online application form which will be emailed to you.